So I mentioned in my last post (way back four months ago) that I had something exciting to share with you all. And it's taken me this long to prepare myself to share it...ah, life, you do have a way of throwing stumbling blocks and detours our way, don't you? But here I am again and thrilled to be able to talk a bit about what we have to offer. Can you guess from the photo what it might be?
Yes, it's yarn!
Farm yarn. Our farm yarn. Completely Michigan grown, nurtured and processed. Small farm, small batch, heirloom quality Corriedale and Corriedale cross yarns. All natural colors. Not just single breed yarn, but yarn from a single sheep (or two). Woolen and worsted spun! I can't tell you how excited I am to have this worsted spun yarn, it makes my heart and my fingers sing holding it in my knitting hands! If you've never tried Corriedale wool, this is a delightful way to treat yourself.
I want to write a little bit more about each of the yarns individually, and the sheep who have provided the wool for them, but as we've been getting questions, I'll share quickly that these lovely skeins were spun at Stonehedge Fiber Mill in East Jordan Michigan. Each one is a 3-ply, plump sport weight. With names like "Dunbonnet",
I thought it would be fun to offer a sample pack. Four Corriedale "skinnies" , junior sized skeins 50 yards each of the three foundation yarns plus one of our Corriedale~Alpaca blends (either the natural black "Murmurations" or crystal white "
ETA: Sample packs are not available at this time as three of the yarns are sold out. We'll offer them again as we get more yarn back from the mill!
I can't tell you how proud I am of these yarns and how happy I am to have them. As you can imagine, there's a lot of knitting going on around here! For that reason, these have a very limited availability. If you're interested, I'd love for you to have some for yourself! We accept Paypal, personal check or money order for payment. I'm happy to ship outside the United States. Prices listed do not include shipping. You can reach me at serenityfarmswool at yahoo dot com with any questions and I'll be happy to give you a total with shipping and make all of the arrangements.
Happy sheep, happy yarn.