We keep a very small flock of sheep at our Devon home, on the edge of Dartmoor.
We aim to raise livestock in comfortable conditions, animal welfare being one of
the main motives.
We don’t farm organically, but only treat the animals when we feel it is necessary,
for their own welfare. We do no use any fertilizers or pesticides on the land.
Our sheep are happy sheep, who come to us for a pat.
We wash the wool, then either use the natural colour of the wool (we have both black
and white sheep), or dye it using either natural or commercial dyes.
The wool is carded into batts - which we sell, or it is then handspun into yarn.
We prefer paypal, but will accept cheques (UK banks) , please contact us for details.
Felted bowls are packaged in cardboard boxes, wool batts, and skeins in griplock
bag then in a padded bag. Other items are packaged in the most suitable way.
The packaging is new, but we use address labels, so the packaging can be re-used.
We only use plastic bags where necessary, and choose re-usable griplock bags for
We hope you will re-use the packaging, to minimise the impact on the environment.
We aim to ship on the same day at receiving payment, but definitely by the next working
UK - estimate 2 days
non-UK - please allow up to 10 days - but experience shows it is usually faster than
this. I prices for postage are given for UK and the rest of Europe - We are happy
to post to other countries, please contact me for a price.
For larger items, please see individual notes.
For pdf pattern sales, the pattern will be sent to the email address given with your
paypal instruction, unless we are given different instructions.
We want you to be pleased with your purchase, if there is a problem, please contact
us and we will do our best to work something out.
We cannot offer refunds for pattern sales sent by email so please read the details
carefully before making your purchase.
All patterns are subject to copyright and are not to be sold or redistributed.