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We shear our sheep in March and after gathering fleeces from neighboring farms, we load the 200 pound wool bags onto a tractor trailer and send the fleeces to Maine where they are washed, carded and spun into beautiful yarns. The process used for washing does not strip the lanolin from the yarn, leaving the yarn soft with a natural weather resistance. This natural, homespun appearance is highly sought after by knitters and weavers. Not only is it wonderful for sweaters, hats and mittens, but is also perfect for fulled and felted items. Two weights of the yarn are available: worsted and sport weight. In addition, we have a Navajo-Churro yarn from a flock raised on our farm.






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