Wool felted critters and dryer balls made from our wool

Carthage, New York
| 2,425 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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Note from shop owner We are so grateful for everyone's support this year! We hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We will reopen after Christmas!

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Last updated on Nov 6, 2022

We are so grateful for everyone's support this year! We hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We will reopen after Christmas!

Michelle Stephens

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Michelle Stephens


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Small family farm raising sheep for wool to make dryer balls, critters and yarn

I am a mom of three awesome girls, and my honey, Matt and I started a farm when he retired from the military. Living on Lamb Rd we of course ended up with sheep. I did not want to waste the wool so started learning to felt and make little things for the girls. Eventually my hobby turned into my passion and I opened up shop. When my youngest was little she had eczema and very sensitive skin. Eliminating dryer sheets was fine until it was winter and we couldn't hang our laundry out to dry. The static was making me crazy and so I learned to make dryer balls from our sheeps wool. We shear the sheep in spring, store the fleeces til needed. Then was the wool with dawn dish soap, card it on the drum carder and wet felt it into large ball shapes to become dryer balls. Dryer balls cut drying time, take out static and wrinkles, and do not put harmful chemicals in the air or on your clothes, or clog your lint trap with a chemical film!

Shop members

  • Michelle


    I am a 37 year old mom of 3, my first hubby was lost on active duty in the army, the farm has been very therapeutic for myself and late husband's daughter. I work with the sheep daily, and felt each critter and dryer ball by hand!

  • Michaela


    Michaela is my oldest daughter and has begun raising English Angora rabbits. She cares for the rabbits daily and humanely harvests their luscious fiber.

Production partners

  • Doug Marlow

    Watertown, NY

    My dad hand weaves towels and pouches for the shop

  • Khloe

    Champion, NY

    Khloe is 8 years old and loves taking customer orders! Message today

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Last updated on May 10, 2022

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I try to ship items out as fast as possible. I usually keep up with orders and can get items out to you within the week ordered. If you have a special timeline let me know so I can get it done by then for you!

Additional policies and FAQs

We love to do custom orders! Send me a message or email sweetpeafarmny [!at] yahoo.com and I will work with you. Payment is due up front but I will send photos of the custom item to be sure you love it, if not I will work on the item until you do!