My little 'Spotted Sheep Shop' nestled in front of our home situated in beautiful Eastern Washington surrounded by forested mountains and hills.
I am holding the first lamb born this year ( 2018 ) !
Newborn lamb. I raise Jacob Sheep and love this time of year when the lambs are born !
Table runner handwoven by me . I weave my hand-spun wool yarn, wool rovings, and sometimes fabric strips... whatever strikes my fancy when I begin warping the loom , often depending on the stacks of what is most needing to be used ! ( There is only so much space to store piles of fabric and bags of wool.)
I am always spinning up yarn from the wool of my spotted sheep. I dye it myself . Often I use my hand spun yarn for weaving items on my floor loom. Much of my yarns is sold at the local Farmer's Market , much of it I use myself.
Wool dryer balls also make wonderful baby and cat toys. For your cat simply spritz the balls with catnip spray and watch your cat enjoy. ( Each ball has a jingle inside .)
Wool dryer balls. Just add the scent of your choice and plop them into the dryer with your wet clothes and they'll help keep the laundry separated and decrease the static cling while your laundry dries.
A little flock just completed.
The shepherd is 6 " tall . These little sheep are also perfect for Nativity scenes / putz / creches.
I make the Wee Little Sheep in many different color variations. They can be all white or show the classic black face & white wool of many breeds of sheep. I also craft them with gray, black and brown wool, and sometimes give them black spots.
Wee little sheep used in a table-top arrangement for spring.