Fiber

Currently, we have 2 Corriedale ewes, 2 Shetland ewes, and 1 Shetland ram. Their first shearing with me will be this spring. I enjoy working with a variety of fibers – natural color Corriedale and Shetland from local flocks, as well as dyed fibers that catch my eye in my local yarn shops!

For “raw” fleeces, I take them to the professionals at Von Strohm Woolen Mill near Columbus. They are fantastic people, and do great work of turning the fleece into roving.

Below are yarns that I have hand spun on my Kromski Sonata spinning wheel – all are available for purchase (details with each yarn).

**Please note that these areĀ hand spun. As such, there will be thicker spots and thinner spots in the finished yarn. However, I have taken all reasonable steps to make sure the yarn is as consistent as possible. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to ask before purchasing.

“Stained Glass” colorway from Frabjous Fibers (Brattleboro, Vermont) / unknown wool type / DK/Worsted weight / 215 yards / 2 ply yarn / $32.25 + shipping
Close up of “Stained Glass” colorway 2-ply yarn
“Farmers Market” colorway by Frabjous Fibers (Brattleboro, Vermont) / BFL top / DK/worsted weight / 200 yards / 2-ply yarn / $30.00 + shipping