Sources

I don’t want to clutter up my PGSTA posts with links to the sources of the fiber spun; to me that makes them look like an advertisement. So instead I’ll post links to my sources here, so if you absolutely want to purchase some, you know where to go.

  1. Border Leicester from Westfield Woolies
  2. Icelandic from Twist of Fate Spinnery and from Willow Glen Farm.
  3. Bluefaced Leicester from Spun Right Round
  4. Cheviot from Ross Farm Fibers and Wishfox Dyeworks; American Miniature Cheviot from a Ravelry User.
  5. Swaledale from Wool Gatherings
  6. Dorset Horn from from Wool Gatherings; Dorset/Finn cross from my aunt’s farm šŸ˜‰
  7. Southdown from Wool Gatherings and Wishfox Dyeworks
  8. Devon from Wool Gatherings.
  9. Lincoln from Wool Gatherings.
  10. Teeswater from Wool Gatherings and from Wishfox Dyeworks.
  11. Warhill from The Spinning Loft.
  12. Wensleydale from Wool Gatherings and from Willow Glen Farm.
  13. Cotswold from Willow Glen Farm.
  14. Jacob from Wool Gatherings and Catawampus Farm (it was a gift from a Ravalry user).
  15. Whitefaced Woodland from Woolpops.
  16. Kerry Hill from Willow Glen Farm.
  17. Suffolk from Wool Gatherings.
  18. Gotland from Wool Gatherings.
  19. Manx Loaghtan from Wool Gatherings.
  20. Welsh Mountain from Wool Gatherings.
  21. Herdwick from Wool Gatherings.
  22. Texel from Wool Gatherings.
  23. Masham from Wool Gatherings.
  24. Merino from Wishfox Dyeworks.
  25. Corriedale locks from Fiddlehead Fibers, and the batt is from a company in Vermont called Fiber Stash (they don’t seem to be online. Pity.)
  26. Bond from Willow Glen Farm.
  27. Romeldale was bought from a fellow Raveller.
  28. CVM top from Wool Gatherings, and the roving is from Woolpops.
  29. Rambouillet roving from Willow Glen; the white fleece was from Woolpops, and the grey locks were from Sun and Wind Farm
  30. Montadale from Willow Glen Farms.
  31. Llama from Calliope’s Fibre.
  32. Llanwenog from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  33. Tunis– roving one was from Willow Glen; roving two was from Ross Farm Fibers, and Ramon’s locks were picked up from a booth at the Fiber Festival of New England.
  34. Coopworth– roving was from Willow Glen, first batch of locks was from the Spinning Loft, the second was from Woolpops, and you all know about Kramer’s fleece by now šŸ™‚
  35. Romney top sample came from Woolpops, while the fleece was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  36. Kent fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  37. Ryeland fleece sample was a gift from a Raveller.
  38. Beulah Speckled Face fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  39. Norfolk Horn fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  40. Tencel top was from A Touch of Twist.
  41. Dorset Down fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  42. Charollais fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  43. Silk Top was bought from a fellow Raveller.
  44. Beltex fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  45. Finnsheep top samples came from Wishfox and Woolgatherings, while the Kainuu Grey fleece was bought from a fellow Raveller (who had originally purchased it from latinium ex machina.)
  46. British Milk Breed fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.
  47. Perendale fleece sample came from The Spinning Loft.
  48. Racka combed locks came from Woolpops.
  49. Mohair fleece was bought at the 2013 Fiber Festival of New England from a booth labelled, ‘Brown Farm’.
  50. Silk Noil was bought from another Raveller.
  51. Stein fleece sample was from Magpie Lane Crafts.

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