Monday, April 22, 2019

Lots of New Felt Pelts!



Mugwort relaxes on a Gotland cross felt pelt that I was working on.
Since I sold out of felt pelts last December, I've been taking advantage of any warm days to get outside and make more. That and the fact that most of my fleeces were clean enough to make into felt pelts thanks to using hay nets to feed the sheep this past winter. I am so happy with the fleeces from my Gotland lambs from last spring!
Left to right: Shetland, Shetland, Gotland/Teeswater, Teeswater/Wensleydale felt pelts.

Sandy's fleece, he's a Gotland/Teeswater cross lamb
Gulliver's fleece, he's a Gotland/Teeswater/Shetland cross.
Arnie's fleece, he's a Gotland/Shetland cross



Wilbur's fleece, he's a Teeswater/Wensleydale cross

Wilbur's fabulous fleece

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