EwerekaFarmWoolRoom

Pure Shetland wool for all fiber artists

Monkton, Maryland

Announcement    🎄🎄🎁🎁 🎄 HAPPY HOLIDAYS 🎄🎄🎁🎁🎄
FINAL CYBER WEEK SALE DAYS...Dec 2-4 !!!
****Christmas shopping is in full swing everywhere! enjoy some special sale pricing on select items in our shop! Stock up on pure Shetland wool for those winter spinning, knitting and weaving projects!! ****
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Our Shetland flock is peacefully grazing and growing their next clip of wool for shearing in early March of 2022. We are into the hay feeding season and I'll be keeping a close eye on the trouble makers at feeders who tend to go head first into the hay...they will be identified!!

I enjoy hand processing our fiber. From the skirting, to separating the segments of the fleeces, to washing, hand picking, combing, and carding batts, I love how the fiber feels in my hands and marvel at how each sheep’s fleece responds to the processes. Finding ways to put the wool from our flock into the hands of spinners and other fiber artists is important. For this reason, we are offering our Shetland wool as raw, separated locks, washed fiber/locks, hand combed fiber and drum carded batts. The wool from neck, shoulders, and sides have staple lengths from 3-6". Drum carded batts are created with staple lengths of 2-3” with two to three passes through the carder. Please message us with questions or special requests and we will try our best to help.

Also available is a variety of roving colors and textures, batts and small batch yarns processed at small, family mills local to our farm. Our beautiful colors of core spun bulky yarn are perfect for rugs, baskets, chair pads, weavings and other fiber creations! Message us for a custom order of different colors!... 12 yard minimum for core spun please.

Thank you for purchasing from us in 2020 and 2021. We set up our shop during the pandemic when selling our fleeces at fiber festivals wasn't possible due to their postponements. While we do look forward to attending some festivals in 2022, we will continue to offer our raw fleeces in the shop. Do contact us if you'd like a particular fleece after we shear in early March.

Your kind reviews are much appreciated and helpful to us! As always, we welcome any feedback you'd like to share and most certainly, photos of the fiber art projects you've created with them. Please check in often to see what we've added!

****PLEASE NOTE... delays continue in shipping through the USPS which may impact delivery dates for Priority and Ground shipping. I follow each shipped package carefully through the shipping and delivery process to address any problems. Please contact me PRIOR to a purchase to request shipping alternatives.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 2, 2021

🎄🎄🎁🎁 🎄 HAPPY HOLIDAYS 🎄🎄🎁🎁🎄
FINAL CYBER WEEK SALE DAYS...Dec 2-4 !!!
****Christmas shopping is in full swing everywhere! enjoy some special sale pricing on select items in our shop! Stock up on pure Shetland wool for those winter spinning, knitting and weaving projects!! ****
⛄⛄❄ ❄🐏🐑

Our Shetland flock is peacefully grazing and growing their next clip of wool for shearing in early March of 2022. We are into the hay feeding season and I'll be keeping a close eye on the trouble makers at feeders who tend to go head first into the hay...they will be identified!!

I enjoy hand processing our fiber. From the skirting, to separating the segments of the fleeces, to washing, hand picking, combing, and carding batts, I love how the fiber feels in my hands and marvel at how each sheep’s fleece responds to the processes. Finding ways to put the wool from our flock into the hands of spinners and other fiber artists is important. For this reason, we are offering our Shetland wool as raw, separated locks, washed fiber/locks, hand combed fiber and drum carded batts. The wool from neck, shoulders, and sides have staple lengths from 3-6". Drum carded batts are created with staple lengths of 2-3” with two to three passes through the carder. Please message us with questions or special requests and we will try our best to help.

Also available is a variety of roving colors and textures, batts and small batch yarns processed at small, family mills local to our farm. Our beautiful colors of core spun bulky yarn are perfect for rugs, baskets, chair pads, weavings and other fiber creations! Message us for a custom order of different colors!... 12 yard minimum for core spun please.

Thank you for purchasing from us in 2020 and 2021. We set up our shop during the pandemic when selling our fleeces at fiber festivals wasn't possible due to their postponements. While we do look forward to attending some festivals in 2022, we will continue to offer our raw fleeces in the shop. Do contact us if you'd like a particular fleece after we shear in early March.

Your kind reviews are much appreciated and helpful to us! As always, we welcome any feedback you'd like to share and most certainly, photos of the fiber art projects you've created with them. Please check in often to see what we've added!

****PLEASE NOTE... delays continue in shipping through the USPS which may impact delivery dates for Priority and Ground shipping. I follow each shipped package carefully through the shipping and delivery process to address any problems. Please contact me PRIOR to a purchase to request shipping alternatives.

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About EwerekaFarmWoolRoom

Sales 109
On Etsy since 2020

Production partners

  • Blue Mountain Fiber Mill

    Harrisburg, PA

    Blue Mountain Farm is located in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania owned and operated by a Mother and her three kids! Among other farm products and services, we offer washing, picking, carding for roving and batting, pin drafting, blending, spinning, wet felting, core spun yarn, and custom dyeing.

  • Chamelin Shearing

    Hampstead, Md.

    Chamelin Shearing comes to our farm in Feb or March to shear the wool from our flock.

  • Fiber mill

    Summit Point, WV

    Bridget Brown and Tim Daly own the mill set in the middle of their own fiber farm. Their equipment and facility is able to process a variety of fibers into roving, batts, clouds and small batch yarn and dyed fiber products for fiber producers.

  • Fiber mill

    Seven Valleys, PA

    Full service fiber mill with the necessary equipment to process fleeces into a some of the products for sale in our store.

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