Amy is a fiber artist. Her family farm, True2Ewe, also hosts a barn antique-flea market when they aren't busy chasing 8 kids, sheep and chickens.

Corvallis, Oregon

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Exciting things happening at The Black Sheep Farm, sure to visit our blog/website to view updates and see the most recent remodel and farm happenings.

Handspun and dyed yarn stocking all winter! Watch for updates on Facebook @true2ewe


Last updated on Dec 31, 2019


Exciting things happening at The Black Sheep Farm, sure to visit our blog/website to view updates and see the most recent remodel and farm happenings.

Handspun and dyed yarn stocking all winter! Watch for updates on Facebook @true2ewe


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True2Ewe ..... Truly Unique

True2ewe began in 2006...

We welcomed our 5th baby into this world. Each new life has beckoned me to look beyond what I am used to, to create, to stretch myself and be inspired. During those winter months of baby snuggles and piles of squishy yarn the inspiration for True2Ewe grew with each stitch, with each completed pattern. My desire for yarn that was pure, safe for my youngest ones to wear softly against their skin, and for the creations made out of that yarn to be true to my own style, to be unique. It wasn't about modern or traditional, it was about colors and creations that could be customized. I started designing yarn colorways that were one of a kind and that were true to the creation the yarn was being knit into. Matched beautifully!
True2Ewe, the name, was formed. And so began the journey to form the business behind the name.

As a SAHM, now 8 children, with a passion for fiber art; I took hand spinning wool, dying, knitting and designing wool creations for my own children, and turned it into a business I adore. What started out of necessity to clothe my own cloth diapered baby in fine merino diaper covers, is now a business of designing and knitting for children and adults of all ages.

Everything about wool fiber speaks to me organic, warmth, nature, and beauty all wrapped into one.

And just as the fiber speaks, the lifestyle speaks even louder. We recently took our fiber and farm passion and planted roots in the fertile soil of the gorgeous Willamette Valley, Oregon. Buying farm land, starting the restoration of our century old farm house, and filling our 3 story, 3 generation barn with precious farm animals.... the journey continues.

It's so much more than just a business or just one person. This is our family, and we are excited to welcome you into our journey and to learn, visit, experience a part of our True2Ewe farm. If that's in the form of something hand-knit, then know that everything created, holds it's own uniqueness. Every knit item, and every design we create, is made with love.

Knitting will always be the heart of True2Ewe, but in the coming years we are going to offer so much more.
We are growing fiber lambs, we will be creating a fiber mill within the walls of this amazing barn, and True2ewe Designs, patterns, will be available for sale so you can take part in passing on these creations in your own home. Fill those baskets with organic wool goodness, and cherish each stitch you put your own labor of love into. What makes this more than a business, is that it's a way of connecting with all of you. And that's what brings us the most joy.


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  • Amy

    Owner, Designer, Fiber Artist

Shop policies

Last updated on May 9, 2022
Welcome To True2Ewe... Contact me anytime with questions or concerns.
Custom Orders and YYMN:
To ensure that you get a knitted item in the size you desire, please contact me to verify the amount of yarn you’ll need ‘before’ you make a shipment.
Custom made order will not be considered returnable unless the product is defective. Pooling is not considered a defect. If pooling occurs in an item being custom knitted for you, I will photograph it and email you with the progress. If you are unsatisfied with the pattern that is occurring I will happily try to resolve this with other possible options. Hand-dyed yarn and size variations all play a role in the way a colorway pattern knits up.
Custom Orders and YYMN are completed within 7-10 days of final arrangements made, and/or yarn received.

For in-stock items, check my listed measurements against the actual ones you are considering. If you need assistance on how to measure your baby, please contact me. My sizes are items measured flat, there should be an estimated stretch allowance added for natural wear and the yarn type used. There are a variety of yarns, some that stretch more than others. I will do my best to inform my customers of these variations.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits

Returns & exchanges

See item details for return and exchange eligibility.


Payment Requirements:
All purchases are expected to be paid within 2 hours of submitting the ‘buy it now’ option. Items not paid within that timeframe are subject to being re-stocked.
Purchasing a “Deposit” slot for YYMN or Custom Orders holds a slot for you. Arrangements need to be made in a timely manner, and payment is due within 24 hours of your final invoice. Be sure to contact me prior to making a yarn shipment.


Items ship within 1-2 business days of completed payment. I use USPS, and offer First Class rates if the weight of the item applies. All other shipments are Priority Mail unless other arrangements are made. I am now including Delivery Confirmation Tracking # on all my shipments.
Please consider adding insurance for $1.85 on shipments under $50, and $2.05 for orders over $50. I will require insurance on orders totally more than $100. True2Ewe cannot be held responsible for un-insured items once they have been mailed.

*International Customers*
Contact me to determine actual shipping charges prior to purchase, and I'll set up a custom listing in your name. With the changes made to USPS prices, I'm still working on calculating cost of shipping. Please consult with your local shipping office about possible VAT, custom duties, or import taxes that may be due upon receipt of your package. I have no control of these fees and can't estimate their charges or remove/refund them. Thank you for your patience and understanding.*

Additional policies and FAQs

Safety/ Precautions
Please remember that many knitted items include objects that require extra care and supervision of when used on or around a baby. Examples: drawstring/I-cord, tassels, or buttons.

All of my knitted items are created with baby’s safety in mind, but no item is ever completely safe. Babies and young children need supervision when they are awake, and shouldn’t be left unattended for any length of time. Items such as drawstring I-cords and buttons pose a safety hazard when left with an unattended baby. I strongly suggest caution when using these items and ask that you regularly check the condition of thread and wear on your items. None of these garments are intended to be used as toys and True2Ewe cannot be held liable for misuse of items or improper use resulting in injury to a child. I want each little one to be as safe and comfortable as possible in their woolie creations! Thank you for understanding.