pamsfiber

Pamsfiber @ Dream Come True Farm where fiber happens!

Oxford, Connecticut · 935 Sales

pamsfiber

Pamsfiber @ Dream Come True Farm where fiber happens!

Oxford, Connecticut 935 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(572)

Announcement   Welcome to Pamsfiber, here you will find handspun yarns from our own fiber animals, one of a kind wearable and home decor fiber arts which are usually fun and whimsical. And fiber for play and study. My handspun yarns are spun form our own fiber animals, or neighboring New England farms. Most are processed here on the farm by me. My husband is a woodworker and makes custom spinning benches, crochet hooks, knitting needles and nitty noddy's for my shop. He does beautiful work. We are team!

My website where we focus on spinning, educating and sharing ideas is:

www.shepherdstalk.com

For out of the country please inquire about shipping fees and I'll quote the fee

Welcome, "Dream Come True Farm" is who we are. We are living our dream. We raise a variety of sheep breeds, and pygora goats for the fiber that they so generously give us. I hand spin all of our yarn. My specialty is creative artful fun whimsical yarns that will make you smile! That being said, I also love naturals just the way nature intended. I dream of what I can spin, what I can add to the fiber to make it whimsical. I want my yarns to make everyone smile, I want people to touch them and create from them. I'm a spinner/shepherdess for 20 years, teaching many to spin over the past 18 years. Even teaching for a month in Spain, invited and funded by the Spanish government. An experience I'll never forget .
Creating a yarn from the animals in my backyard is such a wonderful warm inspiring, a Dream Come True. I'm truly blessed with this life on our farm.
All of the critters are happy here on the farm. Treated as family pets, they receive the utmost care, as natural and pure and natural as possible. We are a smoke free environment and all of our yarn leaves here washed and set in an organic wash, rinsed in lavender water.
My venture as co- owner of the project The Spinner's Notebook (a book about wool) has been another highlight and dream come true in my life. The people I have met, the fibers I have experienced have just been awesome.

I hope some of my yarns will inspire you and make you feel good as they pass through your fingers.

XO Pam

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Visit me at www.shepherdstalk.com for our fiber educational website


******* Please read our policy section for info on shipping insurance. etc. Thank you *********

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 31, 2017

Welcome to Pamsfiber, here you will find handspun yarns from our own fiber animals, one of a kind wearable and home decor fiber arts which are usually fun and whimsical. And fiber for play and study. My handspun yarns are spun form our own fiber animals, or neighboring New England farms. Most are processed here on the farm by me. My husband is a woodworker and makes custom spinning benches, crochet hooks, knitting needles and nitty noddy's for my shop. He does beautiful work. We are team!

My website where we focus on spinning, educating and sharing ideas is:

www.shepherdstalk.com

For out of the country please inquire about shipping fees and I'll quote the fee

Welcome, "Dream Come True Farm" is who we are. We are living our dream. We raise a variety of sheep breeds, and pygora goats for the fiber that they so generously give us. I hand spin all of our yarn. My specialty is creative artful fun whimsical yarns that will make you smile! That being said, I also love naturals just the way nature intended. I dream of what I can spin, what I can add to the fiber to make it whimsical. I want my yarns to make everyone smile, I want people to touch them and create from them. I'm a spinner/shepherdess for 20 years, teaching many to spin over the past 18 years. Even teaching for a month in Spain, invited and funded by the Spanish government. An experience I'll never forget .
Creating a yarn from the animals in my backyard is such a wonderful warm inspiring, a Dream Come True. I'm truly blessed with this life on our farm.
All of the critters are happy here on the farm. Treated as family pets, they receive the utmost care, as natural and pure and natural as possible. We are a smoke free environment and all of our yarn leaves here washed and set in an organic wash, rinsed in lavender water.
My venture as co- owner of the project The Spinner's Notebook (a book about wool) has been another highlight and dream come true in my life. The people I have met, the fibers I have experienced have just been awesome.

I hope some of my yarns will inspire you and make you feel good as they pass through your fingers.

XO Pam

****************************************************************
Visit me at www.shepherdstalk.com for our fiber educational website


******* Please read our policy section for info on shipping insurance. etc. Thank you *********

Pam Blasko

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Pam Blasko

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(572)
pandor

pandor on Jul 29, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely beautiful locks, super soft! I can't wait to use them! Thank you so much!!

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Updates

Infant photo props, baby shower gift, new baby gift. Made from my handspun yarn and my sheep. More in my shop.
Newly listed. Crochet throw/wrap with a vintage chic style. Soft and cuddly. Great colors.
All listed in my Etsy shop. All have been created from my handspun yarn that our sheep grow for us. Created with a whimsical boho flare that makes head turns. These woven scarves are all OOAK Visit our Etsy shop today!
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It's all about the fiber..... www.shepherdstalk.com

www.shepherdstalk.com where we talk fiber

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Shop members

  • Pam - Shepherd of the sheep

    Owner

  • members of my shop

    Wool Suppliers

  • Bo, Tiny Tim, Jerry

    Pygora Fiber Producers

    Pygora goats

  • Chip

    Head Honcho

    Pygora goat

  • Mason - farmhand

    Assistant

  • Head farm hand

    Assistant

  • Mike

    Creator

    Mike works with wood from our farm. Fallen branches, trees and limbs are all turned into beautiful handcrafted items such as spinning/weaving benches and tools for fiber arts. They are all filled with character and interest that the wood provide.

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