Working on some small afghans on the Passap E6000…
We have 4 lambs so far with more to come. If you are looking for registered fine wool/single coated Shetlands contact me via the “contact us” page or leave a comment.
It is mid winter and looking forward to spring and lambs. I will have Shetland lambs available early summer. Beaming on a towel warp. More details to come…. This tiny nest was tucked in between some bales of hay I was getting down for the horses. I am not sure … Read More
Lots of things need to be done around the farm before winter sets in… but one of the most important is making sure there are no cold feet! I have been knitting wool blend socks on my circular sock machine. These socks are a basic pattern with a ribbed top and … Read More
The 2019 lambing is not too far off. I have been checking pedigrees and deciding which ewes I will be breeding this fall. If you are looking for fine wool Shetland lambs, I will have some available in the spring. Here are a few photos of the 2018 fleeces. I … Read More
With the New Year just a couple of days away, I figured it was time for a blog update. We have added a flock of fine wool Shetland sheep (several ewes in many colors and a couple of rams) to the farm and will have breeding stock and fleece available. … Read More
Summer is here! I have added some new wools to the shop with more to come. We always have Killdeer nesting in the gravel along the driveway. They are so small, but are up and running around soon after hatching. We have had so much rain that the … Read More
I am selling some of my Wensleydale sheep in order to make room for some new genetics. These are all high percentage Wensleydales with many being by UK rams. I have white, silver, and grey Wensleydales. Located in SW Ohio. For more information message me via my contact page.
HELLO SPRING? Well, it may be a bit early, but the forecast says 60 degree weather for the next few days! A few months ago, I dropped off some Cormo fleece at America’s Natural Fiberworks (ANF) in Sommerville, Ohio. They always do a great job processing fibers and spinning yarns. … Read More