Hand-spun wool from the Videnovich Farms sheep. [page still in progress]

Hand-spun Wool
Hand-spun Wool

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.

Double-ply Yarn
Double-ply Yarn

The finished yarn will be double-ply, 150 yards, and @2oz each.

The Videnovich Farm sheep flock
The Videnovich Farm sheep flock

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.

The spinning wheel
The spinning wheel

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.

Single-ply balls
Single-ply balls