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I have an new obsession...Chickens...yes I know, I've gone over the deep end but hear me out.  I've been following some great fiber blogs and most that have fiber animals also have chickens and I came across this picture...
now you tell me...wouldn't this design make some beautiful fabric? Well...before you knew it I was clicking and saving pictures of chickens day and night so I just knew it was time to confess...but come on, you take a look at some of these pictures and you tell me...couldn't you see yourself clicking and saving? how did that last one get in there?
until next time...
Be Kind...
do some Chicken Dancin
Kelly Ann


  1. Like the chickens being a farmers wife. Have you thought about a contest. Virginia Farm Bureau has a photo contest. You may want to submit those if you took them.

  2. Oh Kelly Sweetie...
    I love, Love this post. I don't know if you have found this blog yet. But Monica has the sweetest little blog home called the Chicken Wrangler, and you will fall in love with her girls. She has chickens, yes she does, and Miss Lizzie writes her own column. Here is her blog and go see:

    I love it over there. I am her biggest fan. But let me tell you she is addicting.

    Hope you are staying warm in your part of the country. Phoenix is trying to get our heat back on. Thank goodness. I am not a cold gal at all. I love my heat.

    Have a glorious day sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

  3. Hey Girl..I love chickens. I have a blogger friend in Australia and she has chickens, but they are called 'Chooks' over there.

    Love the next to last one...all cushiony and soft looking.
    The chicken barn at the County Fair is my favorite place.

    Janet xox

  4. Kelly Ann:
    Ah...Chicken Lust. You've got it, for sure. My chickens make me laugh every single day. The fact that they also provide breakfast is a delightful bonus! Maybe it is time for you to take the plunge!

  5. What took you soooo long!!! Chickens are wonderful!! I love mine and they are so nice to have around: relaxing, beautiful and they lay eggs, to boot! :)

  6. I have 8 little hardworking hens, they are one of the delights of my life.

  7. Her blog is

    She is the lovely lady who did the stitched words on a pin cushion for me. You will like her...tell her I sent you ;-)

    Janet xox

    PS...her name is Claire

  8. ooooOOOOooo! I love the pictures you posted!!! #3 looks a lot like ME! Beautiful chickens lay beautiful tasty eggs!!! Stay warm -
    Miss Lizzy


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