Wool Maiden

rainbow chard

The cheerful stalks of Rainbow Chard growing in our garden are delightful with their warm harmonizing hues of reds, pinks, oranges and yellows.

hatchling

In early summer, our hen house becomes a brooding pen for dozens of newly hatched chicks. While they stay warm and dry, the tiny chicks feather out and transform from buttery shades of yellow to snow white.

 


wool-maiden-logo-sheep-alone

Visit the Wool Maiden Etsy shop

 

wild cherry

My children spend many hours in our sour cherry tree, picking plump fruit and savouring the taste of summer. Reddish purple streaks are the tell-tale signs that they have been feasting on the juicy ripe wild cherries.

a little about..

Wool Maiden

Inspired by all things woolly, I love to hand craft roving and yarn.  I began knitting for my own children when they were newborns and this led me to handspinning.  It seemed very natural to acquire sheep, including Merinos, Gotlands, and Romneys.  Today, you may find me somewhere on our mountain homestead, either homeschooling with my children, repairing fences with my husband, tending my flock of sheep, or happily relaxing with fleece in hand.  I hope you enjoy your visit here…and maybe find a little yarn for yourself.

 

in the shop