Thursday, April 1, 2010

My One & Only Size "E" Fits...

...a full-fleeced, open yearling at Boston Lake Farm.
Rocky Sheep Coats & Vianne to be exact.
A full-term, full-fleeced Bramble Anna Belle (front), will very likely take a G. She's a mighty big gal compared to her daughter, Vianne.


Garrett808 said...

wow. i better size all of mine now without fleece and then think two sizes bigger. I ordered B, C, D and E. Three of each to get a rough idea of what I need. Are all the coats green now? The almost look camoflauge :)

I'm just nervous to order coats for 85 sheep. In. Several. Sizes. Yikes.

Sabrina Wille Erickson said...

Hi Garrett,

All the coats are different shades of tans and greens. The two in the photos are the darkest ones I got with my order. The rest are lighter. But none of them are cream colored like I expected. And none of the sizes have a single color. It's all mixed up. I was surprised but they do blend in with the environment nicely so I don't mind.

Maybe the owner keeps costs down by purchasing bolts of 1000D in colors that are on sale rather than just one single color.

Gail V said...

One bad thing that happened this year was that after removing a coat from a Finn, I laundered it-- and the F or E or whatever mark it had washed off. So watch out for that!

Sabrina Wille Erickson said...

Thanks for the reminder, Gail. The Rocky guy said I should remark them several times until it just stays for good.

Did I do that before I put these two on? Nope. :/