BaltimoreWoolCompany

Farm Fresh Fiber Art and Supplies

Freeland, Maryland On Etsy since 2010

BaltimoreWoolCompany

Farm Fresh Fiber Art and Supplies

Freeland, Maryland | 104 Sales

Announcement    I am an official Fiber Provider for the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy's Shave 'Em to Save 'Em program. I do have SE2SE passport stickers and will include them with your qualifying purchase.

The Baltimore Wool Company is my studio, located on a little farm in beautiful northern Baltimore County, Maryland. My products, including all of my felted art and fleece/felting fiber/spinning fiber are produced by hand, by me, using ethically raised wool from well-treated animals. The raw fleece comes from my own lovely herd of llamas, alpacas, and Jacob sheep, as well as wool grown by much-loved sheep (whom I visit) on other local farms. I believe that producing high-quality fiber, yarn, art, and textiles that will last for years is good for the earth. Welcome, and please visit again soon to see what’s new!

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Last updated on Sep 20, 2019

I am an official Fiber Provider for the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy's Shave 'Em to Save 'Em program. I do have SE2SE passport stickers and will include them with your qualifying purchase.

The Baltimore Wool Company is my studio, located on a little farm in beautiful northern Baltimore County, Maryland. My products, including all of my felted art and fleece/felting fiber/spinning fiber are produced by hand, by me, using ethically raised wool from well-treated animals. The raw fleece comes from my own lovely herd of llamas, alpacas, and Jacob sheep, as well as wool grown by much-loved sheep (whom I visit) on other local farms. I believe that producing high-quality fiber, yarn, art, and textiles that will last for years is good for the earth. Welcome, and please visit again soon to see what’s new!

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About BaltimoreWoolCompany

Sales 104
On Etsy since 2010

Farm Fresh Fiber Art and Supplies

I started the Baltimore Wool Company in 2004 after searching in vain for sources of straight-from-the-farm yarn in my area. I wanted to know that the yarn I was using in my projects had come from well-treated animals. I began spinning my own yarn, and weaving with it as well. We had an empty barn and space for critters so it wasn't long before I ended up with a pair of llamas. In time that became even more llamas and lots of alpacas. Now, 2019, I still have llamas and alpacas but have added Jacob and Hog Island sheep to the mix. I still sell some of my yarn and woven goods as well as felted art and fleece for spinning and felting. I also buy wool from small local farmers who don't want to make a website or go to the trouble of selling their own wool. I buy wool at their price, process it, and offer it for sale. The farmers make a profit, I get to handle more wool, and my customers get access to heritage fleece they wouldn't ordinarily be able to find. Everyone wins! I am a proud member of the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy and a registered Fiber Provider for Shave 'em to Save 'em. To learn more, visit rarewool.org.

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  • Holly Callahan

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Last updated on March 15, 2011

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