I have been washing fleeces. Soon, I will be stocking the shop with locks and carded batts. Today, I washed a light morrit Shetland lamb fleece. The wool is next-to-skin soft. I spun a small sample straight from the locks (no carding). Nothing fancy, just a quick spin and a … Read More
I know it is not officially fall, but once the kids are heading back to school, it seems as though fall is here. It is still hot here (in the 90’s) but the evenings are cooling down and feeling more like fall. The sheep have welcomed the cooler evening weather … Read More
Hello Spring! Finally! I have been busy washing and dyeing wool. I will continue to list wools on the Etsy farm shop as I have time. My latest weaving project which will eventually be two scarves. Here is a sampling of what I have been listing. More to come soon!! … Read More
I have been listing some locks and handspun in the shop as I have time. Since the winter weather has let up a bit, I have had time to get caught up on some projects. 🙂 The sheep are doing great and the fleeces look super nice! Handspun from my flock. New … Read More
I have added some washed locks, batts, and dyed fibers to the shop! The beautiful grey locks are from one of my favorite wethers. I have added some new fiber medleys and art batts too. Be sure to stop and shop. Happy spinning!! 🙂
Slowly listing new hand dyed wools on my online farm shop. The Cormo is bright white undyed so it dyes very well. Been spending lots of time at the lake. Fall will be here soon… We found an old canoe and pulled it over to … Read More
What is a Pixie Lock Picker? You may have seen it featured in Ply Magazine. The Pixie Lock Picker is a tool which helps to easily open locks while you are prepping fiber. When I prep fiber for combing, I always open the tips of the locks before combing. This … Read More
I have added some super nice fibers to my farm shop on Etsy. Fibers include: Cormo lamb, adult Cormo, washed Wensleydale lamb (white and black/silver), and some Kid Mohair locks. The Cormo and Wensleydale were homegrown right here on the farm. All locks have very little (if any) vegetable matter. The Cormo … Read More
I have added some farm fresh Wensleydale lamb locks to my online farm shop. There are some washed white and silver/grey/black along with some dyed locks. These locks are from my high percentage Wensleydale lambs. The locks are very soft and silky.
I spun up 4 ounces of Wensleydale locks the other day. The yarn turned out great. This yarn is going to be the perfect edging on a hat!