Wednesday, April 11, 2012
The 2012 fleeces have been sheared & carefully skirted, and will be available for sale on Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at our farm. Spinners Eden Farm is at 5740 Mertz Rd., Bellingham WA 98226. We have a wonderful assortment of colors & different fibers available, and some *to die for* hand-made Turkish drop spindles.
From Interstate 5 northbound, take the Sunset/Mt. Baker Highway exit (#255) and head east. After a mile, turn north onto Hannegan Rd. Continue past Smith Road (light) to Axton, and turn right (east) on Axton. It’s 1.1 mile to Mertz Rd. Turn left (north) & we’re the first barn on the right. If you get lost, my cell # is 360 770 6044.
From Interstate 5 southbound, take the Ferndale Main Street exit (#263), and head east. The road will turn into Axton Road. Continue east, past Hannegan 1.1 mile, to Mertz Rd. Turn left (north) & we’re the first barn on the right. If you get lost, my cell # is 360 770 6044.
Our other participants this year:
The Spindle Smith - Allen Berry’s hand-carved Turkish drop spindles
Nancy’s Farm - Nancy Giordano's flock
Little Orchard Farm - Rocky & Michele Long’s CVM/Romeldale
Riversong Farm - Christie Stewart Stein’s Lincoln, Cotswold, and Romeldale crosses
Marietta Shetlands - John Park & Tina Thommsen Park’s Shetlands
Felicity Fibers - Karen Washington’s alpacas
JNK Llamas - Jeff & Niki Kuklenski’s llamas
Brenna Brown - Brenna’s CVM/Romeldales
Rhonda Wreggelsworth - Rhonda & Vicki’s Angora (mohair) goat
Ferndale Fibers - Kathy Green's flock, washed fleeces and carded wool
There will be raw (unwashed, well-skirted) fleece, washed fleece, roving, top, batts, & the most beautiful hand-crafted Turkish spindles you’ve ever seen, and little lambs romping in the field.