This page shows the fleeces we have for sale. So I take each one and evaluate it. I skirt off the parts that do not belong and judge them. I take individual locks and make sure they are strong and photograph them on 3×5 inch index card. It is assessed for vegetable matter (VM) and second cuts. I photograph the fleeces as well. Then they are weighed and if felt to be good enough, put up for sale. There are photos of the individual sheep here. They are mostly Shetland sheep with some exceptions which are noted. We are located in Skagit County, Washington State.
The first is from Bambam Too. His fleece is a very pretty golden brown (mioget) color, is weathered, and has some VM, It has a nice crimp and is a big fleece with minimal second cuts. It was lightly skirted. It weighs 3 # 14oz and is for sale for $46.
Next is Amanda’s fleece. Her wool is a beautiful chocolate brown (moorit). She was rooing before shearing, and her fleece is weathered. There is a moderate amount of VM and minimal second cuts. It has a nice crimp, but there are some flakes along the back,. It weighs 2.5# and is for sale for $30.
Next is Harlen’s fleece. His wool is huge for his size and of a primitive style with varied fleece types. It was lightly skirted to preserve these characteristics. It does have a lot of VM, but has a real pretty creamy brown color. It is coarse, weathered, and long. It appears he got into some sawdust. There is a moderate amount of second cuts. It weighs 4# 12 oz and is for sale for $57.
Please email me at email@example.com if you have any questions about these fleeces. And, if you have not already, please check out our yarn page at Yarn for Sale and our roving page at Roving for Sale. Thanks for visiting!