Shepherd’s Wool – great wool from a nearby State

The first thing that comes to mind when I squeeze this yarn is “YUM”.   It’s top merino so it’s extra lofty, which also means that it’s perfect for felting.  The really cool thing about Shepherd’s Wool is that it’s practically homegrown- it is milled and spun right in East Jordan, MI.  I have three projects picked out to do with this yarn, and that’s only because I don’t have time to pick out any more.  I want a Wonderful Wallaby , a pair of Felted Clogs, and a Covered Rock Saddlebag. Oh, and maybe a Felted Door Mitten. Check back in a few days and look for the new Noni patterns.  She’s expanded into clothing designs (cute, cute, cute!) and she now uses Shepherd’s Wool for her designs.  Can’t say as I blame her!  We’re going to carry all 45 colors…. here’s what we have so far.   – Susan

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1 thought on “Shepherd’s Wool – great wool from a nearby State”

  1. Hi, I have a question. I want 3 inches of ribbing on the bottom of my sweater and I need to know if I start the first row with even number of stitches or odd number to make it come out right. I am knitting the sweater in the round from the top to bottom.

    I love the web site. Terry

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