Processing, descriptions, pictures, and the current availability of the wool produced by our Deboulett sheep right here at Whirldworks Farm
The mask thing wasn’t something I was eager to participate in. We are, after all quite isolated as it is. What use would we have for such a thing? But my grandparents asked if we could find them a few on Amazon and order…
We have now begun hand-dyeing some of our wool. It feels a little nerve-racking to dump a braid of our lovely wool into these first few pots of dye not knowing exactly how it is going to turn out. Thankfully we are pleased with…
Attending the Texas Yarn Lovers event last month was a great experience in so many ways (you can read about that here). It was very rewarding to hear people who have been in this field for years complimenting our first batch of processed roving….
Whirld Works Farm Debouillet Sheep Wool Season 2018 Sheared by Katie 2018 was our second shearing season and we took the opportunity to learn more about our wool. We sent off samples for each animal and were thrilled with the results. Our wool falls…
Whirl’d Works Farm Debouillet Sheep Wool Season 2017 We found this wool to be very soft and it has a great crimp. 2017 was our first shearing season and we learned allot from it. We hired a wonderful shearer for our first fleeces, but…
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