Episode 62: The Ramblin’ Ram!?

Hello fiber and yarn folk! This episode begins with a CRAZY story about a ram who decided to trek his way to our farm . . . it also contains a little garment discussion about finishing work and a terrific interview with Kim Goodling of Vermont Grand View Farm! Come hang with us a while? ~Melissa

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9 Responses to Episode 62: The Ramblin’ Ram!?

  1. Kim says:

    Thanks for all your posts. Are spinners more interested in raw fleece or things like roving, combed top? I am a new owner of a flock of Shetland Sheep and was wondering how to best market the fiber.

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  2. Sweet! That’s tomorrow’s entertainment sorted! And please sign me up for the giveaway too 😋

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  3. Which sheep breed in your experience produces the easiest fleece to spin? Also I would love to know if shearing sheep is difficult?

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    • Great questions! There is an awesome new book out called Raw Material that’s about a woman’d quest to become a shepherdess . . . you might enjoy it! I’m tearing through the chapters whenever I have a sec and she is a wonderful storyteller!


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