Majora Acres

Bend, Oregon

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Sue Denham

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Sue Denham

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Majora Acres

My shop name (which is also my farm name) comes from the first 2 letters of each of my 3 childrens' names. Of course, the youngest has changed his name (twice!), but I'm not changing my business name.

I've raised Romeldale sheep since 1999. They are gentle, good-natured animals, and come in a wide variety of colors. I love their fine wool fleeces.

I spin a wide variety of yarns, both natural colors and hand-dyed. I also create batts for others to spin, and dye commercially prepared fibers as well.

When I'm not playing with fiber, I'm using it! I knit, weave, needle felt and sew. And I'm always willing to discuss custom order.

Shop members

  • Sue

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I got my first wheel for Christmas, 1990. I knew that people made yarn but I had never seen anyone do it. It was just something that I knew I had to learn. My wheel came with a free lesson, and I haven't looked back since!

  • Midge

    Maker, Romeldale/CVM Ewe

    Midge is just one of my purebred Romeldale ewes. She is a CVM colored ewe, and produces a lovely grey fleece and lovely lambs.

  • Ida Lynn

    Maker, Romeldale Ewe

    Ida Lynn is a white Romeldale ewe. She produces a gorgeous fine fleece, along with stunning lambs.

  • Amber

    Maker, Romeldale Ewe

    Amber is one of my Romeldale ewes. She has a lovely pale moorit (brown) fleece.

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Last updated on January 23, 2023
Thank you for shopping at Majora Acres. This is a non-smoking, pet friendly home business. We do heat with wood during the winter.

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