Our 5 weaners have arrived as well, they are settling in very well and starting to get used to their new environment. Amazing how quickly they start digging the field over… Advertisements
Showing off a jumper Delphine knitted from our Llanwenog/BWM wool. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, I know you enjoyed knitting with this wool. Looking forward to seeing more projects.
The other 2 Oxford Sandy and Black pigs went to slaughter yesterday, again a sad moment. Those 2 had such a lovely personality and temper, it was a pleasure looking after Spotty and Chris. Chris enjoyed kicking a feed ball … Continue reading
I had a couple of lamb fleeces of the Llanwenogs and wanted to create a soft 4-ply yarn combined with Bluefaced Leicester. This is a 50/50 mix and soft enough for socks or baby jackets or hats. The Bluefaced … Continue reading
I have had some fleeces from other breeds spun into lovely DK pure wool: I have combined Black Welsh Mountain with Shetland to create a mottled yarn. Also Black Welsh Mountain crossed with Poll Dorset, a lovely grey colour. … Continue reading
I am selling 100g skeins from our flock of Llanwenogs, a beautiful medium size sheep, with black faces and black feet. It is a native breed, originating in West Wales, about 20 years ago they were declared at risk by … Continue reading