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A Bit of Fluff

Our scoured wool has made it’s way from Victoria to the mill in Orange. With all the greasy lanolin gone you can really feel how fine and soft the wool is. Well done sheep!

We are currently in the process of having a test batch spun into roving and yarn. Then onto our . . . → Read More: A Bit of Fluff

The Knitter Met Two Farmers

As our wool bale is making it’s way from Victoria, where it was scoured, to Orange in NSW where it will be milled into yarn we thought it a good time to introduce you to Imogen. Imogen is a knitter, indie dyer and pattern designer from the Blue Mountains and will be responsible for . . . → Read More: The Knitter Met Two Farmers

The Farmers Met a Knitter

When we moved to the farm ten years ago we only had cattle and had little interest, and no experience, in sheep.

There was a shearing shed here so we bought some sheep so that it wouldn’t fall down; reasoning that, if it’s used it will be looked after.

Over the years we have . . . → Read More: The Farmers Met a Knitter