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Handspun yarn from the fleece of a Blue Faced Leister/Border Leister sheep from Green Mantis farm. Fleece was washed, then the yarn was spun from the fleece creating an open spin with the curls still in the yarn.
This spin shows off the amazing variety of colors from the different parts of the fleece.
2 ply Blue Faced Leister/Border Leister wool handspun from the fleece from Chewelah, Washington.
Approximately 85 yards
Naturally colored dark brown with grey and copper/tan highlights 100% Blue Faced Leister/Border Leister wool yarn.
Footprint from sheep to yarn – 69 miles.
Hear the story of this yarn on our RangeWool Podcast Episode 5.
This dark brown yarn is from a Blue Faced Leister/Border Leister sheep and is soft with a springy memory.
Lots of luster and suitable for next to skin wear.
Range Wool Story: Located in Chewelah, Washington Green Mantis Farm sits on 40 acres of wooded and pasture land. Kevin and Ann raise Blue Faced Leister/Border Leister sheep along with chickens and geese. They focus on the quality of their fleeces and care of their animals.
Wool was washed, carded, and spun at Fibers First in Post Falls, Idaho.
Range Wool: Blue Face Leister/Border Leister sheep raised on this farm are allowed roam around their land and enjoy the peaceful setting at Green Mantis Farm.