Natural Color Wool Products and Handwoven Blankets

Coupeville, Washington
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Nanette Leaman

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About WildRoseFarmFibers

Sales 636
On Etsy since 2013

40 Years a Process · Wild Rose Farm

At Wild Rose Farm, situated near Penn Cover on Whidbey Island in Washington, State, my husband Ken and I raise Heritage Breeds of English Longwool sheep - Wensleydale, Teeswater and Valais Blacknose. These sheep thrive in our northwest coastal environment producing incredibly strong, beautiful and lustrous wool.

Wild Rose Farm Fibers shop is the culmination and collaboration of much effort and varying skill. My husband and I raise the sheep and manage Wild Rose Farm. My daughter Amahra Leaman is our photographer, website designer and spear-header for getting our wool organized into our online shop.

In 2010, in a rare collaboration with Swans Island Blakets based in Northport, Maine, we have produced from our wool a line of Wild Rose Farm Blankets. These blankets and throws are all-natural and handwoven, designed to last a lifetime or more. They are truly heirlooms that can be passed down through generations. These blankets embody the old idea that the more care that goes into something, the better it will be. Held in these blankets' weave are the seasons and salt tinged air of Whidbey Island.

We have been raising sheep for over 40 years. They are special creatures that produce a very diverse and wonderful product. I am thankful for all of the hard work that my husband and I share on the farm, and to Swans Island for seeing the beauty in our wool and working with us to produce such beautiful handwoven blankets. To my daughter Amahra for her keen eye and diligence of documenting our product so tastefully, and to Stonehenge in Michigan and Spinderella in Utah, two mills who processes my wool into yarn and roving allowing me bring the results of this process to you.

To see more of our process, please visit our farm website by clicking on the first link to your right 'Shop Website' or by typing this address into a search browser

Shop members

  • Nanette & Ken Leaman

    Owner, Shipper, Farmer

    Fiber artist · Veterinarian · Owners of Wild Rose Farm. It is a joy to share our passion, farm, and lustrous wool fibers with you.

  • Amahra Leaman

    Curator, Photographer, Administrator

    Photographer · Artist · Story Teller. I am honored to work hard photographing and administrating the items in this shop—to share my parents story and process of their beautiful wool products.

Production partners

  • Swans Island

    Northport, ME

    Swans Island is a company and a community centered in Maine, determined to create objects of beauty and utility in authentic and earth-friendly ways. We approach our weaving and dyeing in a way that honors traditions.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2023
Thank you for visiting my shop which serves to share with you the culmination of a lifelong process and my love affair with wool.

If you have any questions regarding my work, payment, packing and shipping, etc., please don’t hesitate to contact me via Etsy. I strive to provide a fluid experience for you.

I welcome you to visit our farm website, http://www.wildrosefarmwhidbey.com, to see more about our farm, our process, the sheep, Manny the naughty cat, and much more.

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