Felting is what occupies the shepherdess’s free moments at the farm. Imagination is the only limitation when it comes to creating with fiber; the only rule set is that the object be useful (Okay, sometimes the rule is interpreted broadly).

Felting begins with roving and batting from the flock fleeces.

Here’s what we now have on hand. Note that roving is not “top” (further carded to remove short fibers, which provides only the longest fibers that are easiest to spin into yarn).


Dark brown roving, from Pippi and Olive. Micron average is 22.9 from the blended fleeces of these two ewes. 5.42 lbs, $2.25/oz.Roving Pippi-Olive



White roving, from Lucy. Micron count 19.8, comfort factor 99.5. $2.75/oz. White roving, from Ivory. Micron count 22.4, comfort factor 98.1, $2.25/oz.Roving Lucy

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Batting with silkNow on hand is batting in light and dark blends of 90% wool and 10% tussah silk–adding a bit of bling and luster to your felting or spinning projects. Specify light or dark natural colored. $2.25/oz.

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Tanned sheepskins!

Tanned Merino sheepskins are soft and dense. Current colors: white and dark brown. $100.