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Scouring Raw Fleece

This is how I scour fleece.  This is by no means the only way but it’s what works for me.

  1.  Separate the fleece into locks.  Stack the locks and tuck them into mesh bags.  
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Fleeced, as usual

I updated the website! If you go to our fleece page, you will see that I have been busy posting fleece for sale! It’s raw fleece and for those of you who are not sheep types, that means it’s straight off the sheep, picked over but not washed. 66 more words


Oh love.

He is not only the sweetest boy in town but also a fierce iguandadon, resting a bit on the biggest, softest stack of felted rugs he has ever seen.

Elis Vermeulen

Raw Wool, Babydoll Southdown

Spring means shearing and that means lots of raw fleece. And that means it’s time to buy from my favorite farms. Last Sunday I paid a visit to the Smyth family at… 204 more words

It's Shearing Time Again

It’s Shearing Time Again!

Each Spring when I shear my llamas and alpacas I end up with around 20-25 pounds of suri alpaca fiber. There are 5 suris in my herd and every year I am amazed by their beautiful fleece. 418 more words

Trying My Hand At Fleece Washing!

As I have never done this before, I thought I would share my findings!

After researching this subject at great length, I decided to go with this process: 978 more words


Now Available: Jacob x Black Welsh Mountain Raw Fleece

This is the first shear from my Jacob X Black Welsh Mountain ewe lambs, I have decided to sell it as raw fleece in order to prevent it from going to waste, 81 more words