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We offer a fine selection of fleece and fibers from Michigan grown
sheep and goats. Our livestock produce soft-as-a-cloud cashmere and
wear-next-to-your-skin fine wool yarn.
When we attend shows we bring our fine yarn and spinners' roving
from our Romney girls. You will find that we have moved toward a
finer fleece by welcoming Larry, the Moorit California Variegated
Mutant (CVM) ram to our farm in 2014. We expect 15 ewes to lamb in
May and June. So our flock will increase to over 30 animals, maybe
even 40 by August.
We have both natural color merino CVM crosses and pure white
Merino ewes. The white wool is made into 3-ply worsted weight yarn.
Wool from our seven natural color ewes is made into Hiker's Dream
The farm shop is now open by appointment: Please call for directions:
The shop carries comforter batting, felted hats, coin purses and cell
phone covers. You will also find handspun and custom spun yarns and
hand knitted scarves. We also carry, ponchos, sweaters, baby
blankets, socks and shawls.
Handspun yarns draped over Louet
A handpainted sweater and hat, hand
knit from Merino, Corriedale and
Corri X wool grown on the farm =
Natural color, chocolate brown from Czar, our Merino: 2.9
0z, 250 yards, fingerweight - limited veggie matter (you
know how boys are) $12 a skein
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Try our so, soooo soft Missouri cotton (from Aunt
Barbara and Farmer Jeff )and my lamb's wool mix.
270 yds 3.9 ounces/ Sportweight = $12/skein
Wow! Emma Baker made this lovely sweater from Michigan Yarn
Company yarn- Congratulations Emma!
Farm Shop is open on Sundays by appointment email for info
We are so pleased to offer
dyed merino yarns - each
batch is unique and dyed so
that a sweater may be knit
up - 5 skeins, 200 yards,
worsted weight, 3.75
ounces. We sent 45
pounds to the mill and got
23 back. Lots of pills
removed, so you don't have
to do it later. Five skeins for
100% Merino yarn:
50/50% Alpaca/Merino from my
sheep and Millers' alpacas ($20/skein)
Ellen and Ailene, our Romney ewes.
Maria the Merino and her
daughter in full fleece
Yummy pasture... the secret ingredient to a
Michigan grown sweater!