Processed Fiber


We have Finnsheep, Shetland, llama, BFL  and Border Leicester X, in multiple colors and quantities.  We have raw fleece, processed roving and batts.  I will be working on uploading photos in the month of November 2012.  Please check back often!  There are other colors not yet posted.

Please email  roundaboutacres at gmail dot com for samples or further information.

*** I am on Ravelry as SpinAGoodYarn ***  Check it out!  (When I can figure out how to add the Ravelry button, I will do so!)

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  1. I would love to talk to you about getting some samples. I am looking for a small fleece to process. I found your website on Ravelry, thanks!

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    • Thank you Chantilly and Shannon for your interest! I just changed over my fiber photos to Flicker. Just click on the link in the Fiber page. It is more user friendly than the other site I was using. Please give me a day or two to check on my quantities, okay? I will email you both.

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  2. Posted by chantilly on 11/15/2009 at 4:50 PM

    I’m interested in the washed shetland you have available that you mentioned on Ravelry. A couple pounds of white or oatmeal and a couple pounds of brown fleece would be wonderful. Let me know exactly what you have.

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  3. Your sheep look very clean and happy! I am always looking for good fiber sources and shepherding info. I hope to be a shepherdess one day. Ever think of doing a podcast?

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    • I like to think my sheep are happy. 🙂 It wasn’t too long ago when I was dreaming of being a shepherdess…. and here I am, on the farm! Just keep “acting as if” and it will happen! As far as a podcast, hmmm…. I love listening to podcasts. Cast On (Brenda Dayne) and Sticks and Strings (David Reidy) are two regulars who keep me company on my commute to work. I’m afraid I don’t have the time, energy or the voice to create and maintain a podcast. But I have been entertaining the idea of writing a blog post on my favorite podcasts so I think I will do so in the future. Thanks for the comment! (And I am happy to provide you with some stash enhancement!)

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