The other day I told you about The Campaign for Wool’s attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for pom-pom sheep. Since it was at the zoo, one of my favourite places to visit, I decided to pop down and play with yarn.
There were lots of tables full of crafty goodies to make pom-pom sheep, and all the yarn was pure wool! It felt a bit extravagant to be making pom-poms with such snuggly wool, but the whole point of the record was to raise awareness of wool.
When I made pom poms as a child we used cardboard donut-shapes and cut them away, but here you can see the donuts are made from foam and can be pulled over and off the fluffy wool.
It was so much fun that I couldn’t resist making two little sheep. Before joining the flock, we went for a walk around the kids corner of the zoo.
On the way back to the woolly pavilion I bumped into Shaun the Sheep!
Then it was time to say goodbye to my super soft fluffy friends. Can you spot them in the holding pen?
I also found another activity that kept me occupied for an hour or so, but it is so exciting it needs its own blog post later on… In the meantime here is a teaser of what I was doing…
***Reminder: My celebratory giveaway closes tomorrow! ***
Holllleeeeeee Sheeeeeeep!! Those are some fun pics.
What a wooly great time ewe had!
“ewe” ha ha ah aha ha ha ha ha 🙂
What a sight! Hilarious! Lovely post
Lovely blog!! Did you hear we got the world record?? Lots of love, Shaun’s PomPom Parade Flock!! xx http://www.facebook.com/shaunspompomparade