Hand-spun wool from the Videnovich Farms sheep. [page still in progress]
Hand-spun yarn made from the Videnovich Farms sheep. Dyed naturally with walnut leaves, goldenrod, and marigolds.
Videnovich Farms raises a small flock of sheep - we often refer to them as a "Michigan mash-up" of breeds that come in various natural shades of black, brown, and white. Vera Videnovich shears the flock every spring and spins that wool into yarn.
The finished yarn will be double-ply, 150 yards, and @2oz each.
Here you can see the many shades of natural-colored wool (and hair) in our flock. They're attacking a salt block - one of their favorite treats.
One of many spinning wheels that I use - and the most portable. A PVC pipe design by my friend Nels of Babe's Fiber Garden in Wisconsin.