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We are a mother and daughter team raising Romney and Dorset sheep on a small, western Oregon farm. I have raised sheep since I was a child and have always had a fascination with wool, but it wasn't until four years ago when my daughter decided to take up fiber arts as a 4-H project that I began hand spinning and knitting. In an effort to support her and help her grow, I stopped saying, "Someday I'm going to learn to hand spin..." and actually started doing it! I am now the 4-H leader for both her sheep club and her fiber arts club, and she has become a talented young lady. We are pleased to be able to share with you the love we have for country life and our dear, little woollies by offering you a part of their wool!

Please visit our website at <http://cbfiber.com> and our blog at <http://woolyramblings.blogspot.com/>

  • Joined November 29, 2009

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We are a mother and daughter team raising Romney and Dorset sheep on a small, western Oregon farm. I have raised sheep since I was a child and have always had a fascination with wool, but it wasn't until four years ago when my daughter decided to take up fiber arts as a 4-H project that I began hand spinning and knitting. In an effort to support her and help her grow, I stopped saying, "Someday I'm going to learn to hand spin..." and actually started doing it! I am now the 4-H leader for both her sheep club and her fiber arts club, and she has become a talented young lady. We are pleased to be able to share with you the love we have for country life and our dear, little woollies by offering you a part of their wool!

Please visit our website at <http://cbfiber.com> and our blog at <http://woolyramblings.blogspot.com/>

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