Author Archives: Kelly L. Corbett

About Kelly L. Corbett

Owner, Artist & Shepherdess of Romney Ridge Farm Yarn Co.

Cozy Up with BIG BULKY!!

Yes, it has been a pretty mild winter as far as Maine winters go.  But we can count on a few more cold months, and many more nights snuggled up on the couch after a long day. I started this blanket … Continue reading

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Joe Romney

Part of my grief comes from sharing.  Sharing helps me to ease through the process, and hopefully explains my feelings about life.   Every life holds a value.  Humans, animals, all of God’s creatures.   We all serve a purpose … Continue reading

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Winter Sunshine

Large, soft, gentle strands of freshly dyed Bulky yarns are drying on the deck.  The winter sun is a peaking through a cold cloud cover, teasing me with its short appearencences during the first few months of the new year.  I spend most … Continue reading

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Romney Ridge Farm Needle Felting Kits – Helpful Tips

Poke, poke, poke, poke, tuck, hold back and admire …. poke, poke, poke, poke. How simple is that??? Place little pieces of colorful wool on form, poke it in with a felting needle and ta-da! A frog … or a … Continue reading

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The Creative Process

It seems so often I am rushing to finish the projects that I need to get done for work, and struggling to begin or get back to the projects I want to finish for fun. Work before play right? There … Continue reading

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In With The New!

Take a deep breath, look back and reflect.  2011 is coming to an end.  Do you do all of those things that were on your list?   Are you a goal setter, or do you fly by the seat of your pants?  … Continue reading

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And Away We Grow!

I felted my first fleece.  My first sheep Joe’s beautiful fleece , my first Romney lamb fleece no less … yep, into the washing machine it went to be washed to then become my learn-to-spin fleece.  I was so excited … then so disappointed.  … Continue reading

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Little Lost Sheep

Athena was the funniest little lamb when she was born.  Her tail was so long that it tangled around her feet.  Her mother stepped on it and snapped off the end, forcing me to dock the remaning to a still rather … Continue reading

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Two Yarns, Three Stitches – a class for the creative mind.

When I was a little girl, I did not like to follow rules.  I wasn’t a disobedient child, I just always thought there was more than one way to do things, and liked to “seek the alternative route”. I started … Continue reading

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Hats and Mittens and Fencing … ooh my!

Hey!   Whoa!    Hold on one minute!    Who said turn the calendar page??  I was just settling in to September!!  Leaves are flying through the air, my garden is finishing up from a successful abundance-of-tomatoes-slight-failure-of-pumpkins season, my sheep are getting “fluffy” and fat, … Continue reading

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