Beautiful raw unwashed lustre lambs wool first shear raw fleece from our sheep Luna (pictured!) who is a Wensleydale cross Texel she is in the photos. Lovely and soft and shiny, ideal for spinning or any type of felting. Sheared by hand with traditional blade shears in April 2019. This is Luna’s first fleece so it has the lovely little curl at the tip of the locks – average lock length is 7 inches. Price is for 100g of wool/fleece.
For those of you who care where their wool comes from you can buy this guilt-free and know it comes from a very happy well loved sheep. This wool is very healthy and a strong staple this listing is for the nicest pieces of Luna’s fleece there are 5 lots of 100g available. This is raw unwashed fleece so the rest is up to you if you would like any advice on washing fleece feel free to send me a message 🙂
As the wool is a wonderful natural product from a happy sheep and has been completely processed by my own hands there is most likely still the odd grass seed and whisp of hay to be found amongst the fibres though I have done my best to remove them. This is the beauty of nature and sheep 🙂
A lot of time, care and love go into all my items they are all individually made one at a time by just 1 pair of hands – from caring for and shearing the sheep, washing the wool and crafting an item to the packaging and posting – handmade in the truest sense of the word.
Any questions just send me a message.
Postage is with Royal Mail 2nd class and items are dispatched within 1-3 working days. All items are presented in a simple attractive recyclable gift box -the cost for this and packaging has been factored in to any postage cost.
If you have any problems with your order please contact me and I will do my best to help.
We keep a well loved, high welfare flock of pet and rescue sheep on the Llyn Peninsular in North Wales. Our sheep are a part of the family and each is known by name. All our wool and makes are vegetarian-friendly as we do not breed or sell sheep for the meat market and our sheep live out their natural lives with us. I am a fulltime mum and shepherdess. In my (none existent!) free time I make things from wool from the sheep in order to sustain them.
You can learn more about us and meet the sheep on our website www.patchworksheep.co.uk and follow our sheep on Facebook @patchworksheep or Instagram patchworksheep_