Glenfiddich Wool News
Posted on Tuesday April 13, 2010 9:58 am
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Posted on Thursday March 04, 2010 9:47 pm
We will be at the Highland Maple Festival March 13-14 and 20-21 in Monterey, VA. You can find us in the Elementary School. Monterey is approx 2 hr and 4 min south of Winchester, VA. Hope to see you there.
Posted on Wednesday November 25, 2009 12:35 pm
The Farm Shop will be closed from Dec 1-11, 2009. The on-line store is active and ready to take your order. If you need additional assistance please contact Barb at 607-962-6078 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As seen in "Love of Knitting"
We, the Glenfiddich Wool knitters, have shared our products and know-how with knitting friends for several years via Glenfiddich Wool Yarn Shop, craft shows and fairs.
Glenfiddich Wool is just 2 ladies with a love of wool and fiber, color and knitting. We are trying to make unique contribution to the world of art and apparel through a fiber medium. The sheep farm (in Millerton , PA ) is run by Kathleen's husband, Robby England. His attention and dedication to earth-friendly methods of farming are unsurpassed!
Our wool comes "fresh from the farm" where soon after shearing, is heavily skirted, washed and sent to the mill to be combined with previously hand-dyed mohair, silk,natural alpaca or simply left alone to be combed into the most gorgeous roving ever to be seen. Our mill makes certain the right colors of the "additions" are blended expertly with a naturally colored fleece to make the "one of a kind" roving sought after by many a spinner.
In addition to specialized roving our wool is also made into commercially spun yarns. These yarns are among the softest and easiest to knit that you will ever find and if you are ready for a feast for the senses try our handspun in several different colors and textures. You will not be disappointed.
Come browse through our website and soak in the colors; gaze at the textures, and imagine working with the softest natural fibers.