Egg Harbor City, New Jersey

37,624 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars


Felt Ball Garlands, Pom Bouquets, and Sling Shots

Egg Harbor City, New Jersey | On Etsy since 2011
37,624 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars

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SheepFarmFelt is taking a short break


Note from shop owner Our shop is on a short break while we work on filling our current orders. We will reopen as soon as we can and look forward to bringing you more heart garlands and Spring items that we will be releasing soon. Thank you for your patience!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jan 18, 2021

Our shop is on a short break while we work on filling our current orders. We will reopen as soon as we can and look forward to bringing you more heart garlands and Spring items that we will be releasing soon. Thank you for your patience!


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About SheepFarmFelt

Sales 37,624
On Etsy since 2011

Welcome to Sheep Farm Felt! Wooly love for everyone! [Video of a lovely Sheep Farm Felt customer @justinemadesign. Video credit:]

FEATURED! A Sheep Farm Felt garland was selected for baby Samuel Lowe's celebrity nursery! (Parents on Season 17 of the Bachelor) See here:

FEATURED! One of our garlands was featured on See here:

FEATURED! I was selected to be a Featured Artisan on Handmade at Amazon in 2016: See the short film of when the Amazon crew came to my studio and farm!

And now for the story… grab a cup of tea and enjoy! :)

My parents met in a living Colonial history village, my mom-a weaver and spinner, my dad-a woodcarver. After repeatedly fixing her loom (he was also the one sneaking in her shop early and breaking it), they fell in love, got married, and had 3 daughters. (The middle one being the most adorable, of course.)

We lived in Port Republic, a small historic town (pop. 1200) in South Jersey where my dad is the mayor and where generations of my family have lived since the early 1600's. When my sisters and I were 2, 4, and 6, we had a house fire and lost everything we owned.

The town rallied together and bought us everything we needed to begin again- books, toys, winter coats, pots and pans, gift certificates to the grocery store- everything you can imagine. Overwhelmed by the generosity of our town, my parents did the only thing they could think of to give back to the community they loved.

When our house was rebuilt, they added a classroom and opened up a folk art school and sheep farm so they could teach their skills to anyone who wanted to learn.

They taught woodcarving, basketry, quilting, candle making, weaving, doll making, and little girls came to our home for Colonial tea parties for their birthdays. My sisters and I were invited to teach the children’s classes along side of my mom when we all turned 12.

It was during these classes that I learned a vital life lesson:

If you want to connect with someone, create with them.

When people are making something to put in their home, or give away as a gift, they are essentially crafting a new piece of their history- something one-of-a-kind that they have made with their hands that now has a story.

Fast forward MY history...past getting an art degree, marrying my high school sweetheart, moving down the street from my parents’ farm, becoming an art having my own little flock- 3 littles 4 and under.

I was blessed with the opportunity to stay home with them full time, and I found myself in the daily routine of filling up sippy cups and stepping on Cheerios, and wanting so desperately to do the two fundamental things I was taught: connect with people and create.

I had seen wool felt ball garlands on Pinterest, and thought it was the perfect project for me- simple, free (if you happen to have a never-ending supply of wool being grown down the street), and something I could make for people who wanted to add a bit of color and natural fiber into their homes.

I would felt and felt and felt little wool balls when my children napped, and after they went to bed I would string them a few in fun patterns, and then take photos of them the next day while my littles clung to my legs. I listed a few on Etsy....and I could never have imagined the response I would get.

After six months, my “never-ending supply” was not as “never-ending” as I had hoped, and I had a difficult time keeping up with demands doing all the felting myself. I found a supplier to partner with from Nepal who is free-trade, ethical, and uses the most lovely, colorful, wooliest wool from a sheep farm in New Zealand. I love that I get to help supply employment for marginalized women in Nepal, and we have now grown to three employees at Sheep Farm Felt!

I am in awe with what I get to do everyday. At the essence of each purchase is a celebration- a new baby, a birthday party, a dorm room to decorate, Christmas, or just a fun pop of color to add to a mantle. I am so blessed that I can make something that is a part of each of those stories.

My absolute favorite part of the process is wrapping up each purchase with tissue paper, and tucking in a little needle felted sheep ornament handmade from wool from our sheep farm. (All orders over $25 receive one.) I know when my customers go to their mail box, it is going to make their day.

My job is more than just selling bits of colored wool on string, I am supplying people with a handmade treasure that will become a piece of their home and history.

Want to meet our flock (Merlin, Jezebel, Clara, Marshmallow, Posey, Boots, Fiona, Ewe-rica, Ewe-nice, and Mayflower) ? Visit them here!

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Thanks so much for stopping by! We hope you have a blessed day and may you be inspired to make your own creative messes!

<3 Megan
©Sheep Farm Felt

Shop members

  • Megan

    Owner, Designer, Customer Service, Marketer, Photographer, Queen Of Felt Ball Land

    Queen of Felt Ball Land, Shepherdess to Babydoll Sheep, Follower of the Good Shepherd. I love designing new color combinations & products, meeting new friends on IG, taking photos, making sheepies,& prepping all orders for production & packaging.

  • Size of felt balls?

    2.5 Cm, Owner

    Our felt balls are 2.5 cm (about an inch.) They may vary in size a bit because they are individually handmade using the wet felting technique (which we think adds to their charm.)

  • Sending as a gift?

    Free Gift Wrapping & Personalized Card

    Want to send a garland or felt ball flowers as a gift? I would be happy to include a FREE personalized note and a gift receipt... Just tell me what to write in the "Note to Seller" section when you check out!

  • Packaged with Care

    Guaranteed Not To Tangle And Makes A Great Gift, Owner

    Each garland is carefully packaged in a keepsake re-usable gift box. Your garland will arrive tangle-free, and pretty enough to put under your tree or give as a gift! (We think they make great baby shower gifts for moms-to-be!)

  • Meet Our Flock

    We Love Our Sheep (and All Things Wool)

    Oilvander, Luna, and Lucy. Learn more about them at

  • Get inspired!

    Browse My Instagram Gallery @SheepFarmFelt

    Some of my amazing customers have shared how they've styled my garlands on IG. Tag your own photos with #sheepfarmfelt!

  • Dawn

    Assistant, Professional Stringer

    Production Specialist and most indecisive when it comes to picking Netflix. We love her anyway.

  • Justin

    Felt Ball Flower Bouquet Maker, Bookkeeper, Fulfillment Specialist

    In addition to making dinner and wrangling our 3 littles (while I package orders until 2 minutes before the post office closes) Justin is the world's best felt ball flower bouquet maker. He keeps the books and makes sure SFF runs efficiently.

Production partners

  • Nepal craftswomen


    Felt ball clouds are designed by me and hand stitched in Nepal by skilled crafts women. I love that I can support women makers who are paid fare wages to support their families.

  • Nepal Artisans


    I have designed the gnomes and my production partners are certified fair trade artisans help create them. Each gnome arrives at my workshop ready for his eyes, beard, and wooden bases.

Shop policies

More information

Last updated on Dec 5, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I am happy to accept custom orders! There are 2 ways to purchase: Send me the names from my color chart of the colors you would like, and I will send you a photo of your selections before I make your order. OR send me a photo of something you are trying to match, and I will select colors that will coordinate.

Sizing details

All felt balls are 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter (About the size of a quarter.)

6 feet= 24 felt balls
9 feet= 36 felt balls
12 feet= 48 felt balls
20 feet= 80 felt balls

Gift wrapping and packaging

All packages will arrive in a box and ready for gifting. I am happy to include a personalized note if you are sending as a gift.

Wholesale availability

I am not accepting wholesale orders at this time.


I only accept exchanges, not returns on stock items (not custom orders.) There will be a 25% restocking fee issued on all returned items.

How much garland do I need for my Christmas tree?

I generally recommend one 12 foot garland for every 2 feet of height of your tree.

1 foot tree= one 6 foot garland
2 foot tree= one 12 foot garland
3 foot tree= one 12 foot garland, one 6 foot garland
4 foot tree= two 12 foot garlands
5 foot tree= two 12 foot garlands, one 6 foot garland
6 foot tree= three 12 foot garlands
7 foot tree= three 12 foot garlands, one 6 foot garland
8 foot tree= four 12 foot garlands
9 foot tree- four 12 foot garlands, one 6 foot garland
10 foot tree= five 12 foot garlands

This estimation depends on the width of your tree. Please see any Christmas listing for a photo graphic to help you decide what length is right for you.

How long until I receive my order?

Your garland takes 1-3 business days to make. (Business days are Monday-Friday.) If you choose free first class shipping, your order will take 3-5 days to arrive once your order has been shipped. If you upgrade to Priority, it will arrive 1-3 days to arrive once it is shipped. Your order will be shipping from New Jersey.