Mohair and Wool Triangular Shawl
I love knitting these mohair and wool shawls. I have to wait until I have many little balls of just the right colours of dyed yarn. When I am knitting the fabric, it sometimes feels like I am painting with the yarn.
Hand Dyed Crocheted Mohair Shawl
I hand dyed all of the bold contrasting colours in this crocheted shawl. The mohair and wool in the yarn is from the goats and sheep that live on our farm.
Shepherd's Check Pattern Wool Throws
These throws are woven in the "Shepherd's Check" pattern using 100% wool yarn from fleeces grown on our farm. All of the fringes are twisted by hand.
Herringbone Pattern Wool Throws
These throws are woven in a broken twill pattern called "herringbone". All of the selvages are hem stitched by hand using the same wool yarn as in the weaving.
Handspun Lambswool Hats in Natural Colours
I spun the yarn for these hand knit "star patterned" hats from naturally coloured lamb's fleece while still in the grease, which means not washed. The dirt and smell are washed out gently after the yarn has been plied.
All Naturals - No Dye
For many years I have been striving to have more naturally coloured lambs born into my flock of sheep. This piece is made of all naturally coloured wool and a little bit of white mohair. No dye was used.