STONELEDGE FARM WOOL

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Stoneledge Farm Wool 



STONELEDGE FARM WOOL

We raise Merino sheep on our farm along with a donkey named Ruth and two goats that are good company for the donkey.  Merino wool is the some of the softest wool excellent for next to the skin wear.  

Once a year our sheep are sheared and the wool is then washed, carded and spun into the softest yarns at a local spinning mill.  Some of the yarn is available for sale in skeins for hand knitting and crocheting.  

Most of the yarn is sent on to a local knitting mill to be finished into woolen products.  Hats, gloves, mittens, fingerless gloves, socks are all knit on age old knitting machines and then returned to the farm.  Some woolen yarns are hand woven into heirloom quality blankets.   The finished yarns and products are hand dyed on the farm mainly using natural botanical dyes.

We are proud to have really local products.  Wool that is raised on our farm and then carefully spun and knit at small, local mills.  


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During the CSA season, members can log into your member account and order from the online CSA Marketplace.  Your order will be delivered with your CSA share.

If you are not a CSA member and would like to order any of our woolen products, please go to our shop at:


MITTENS, GLOVES, FINGERLESS GLOVES, HATS, NECK WARMERS, HEAD BANDS

Local from start to finish. Raised on our farm, our own Stoneledge Farm merino wool is locally cleaned, carded and spun into yarn.  The yarn is  then knit on age old knitting machines at a local textile mill.  Some of the finished woolen goods  are hand dyed on the farm.  Most of our dyes are natural botanical dyes.  Stunning colors from nature.  Reds, yellows, purple, pink and blue along with black and natural smoky brown.  Smoky brown and white with brown are not dyed.  The color is from the natural color of the wool.   Merino wool is very fine wool and produces yarns that are soft and comfortable yet warm to wear. 


YARN

Yarn is available in natural white or naturally colored brown skeins all from our flock of white Merino Sheep and  brown Corriedale Sheep.   If you are purchasing yarn for a project please purchase enough yarn to finish the project.  The blend of naturally colored fleeces will vary season to season as the color of the wool can vary.  

Merino Wool Yarn Natural White

2 ply sport weight

$18.95 / skein

100% Stoneledge Farm wool from our own flock locally spun into incredible yarns. Sport Weight Knitting Yarn & Wool. Buttery soft yarns. So very soft to the touch.  Sport weight yarns are recommended for projects with a knitting gauge of 5-6 stitches per inch.

Yarn Type:  Sport Weight
Yardage:  260 yards/skein, approximately 100grams/skein
Needle Size: US #3 to #5
5-6 stitches=1 inch
Care:  Hand wash in warm water, lay flat to dry



Fine Wool Yarn Smoky Brown

2 ply sport weight

$18.95/ skein

100% Stoneledge Farm wool from our own flock locally spun into incredible yarns. Sport Weight Knitting Yarn & Wool. The naturally brown color is a mix of the fleeces of our Corriedale sheep that each have an individual brown coloring.  The shorn fleeces are washed and carded together creating a beautiful smoky brown color.  Sport weight yarns are recommended for projects with a knitting gauge of 5-6 stitches per inch.

Yarn Type:  Sport Weight
Yardage:  260 yards/skein, approximately 100grams/skein
Needle Size: US #3 to #5
5-6 stitches=1 inch
Care:  Hand wash in warm water, lay flat to dry


HANDWOVEN BLANKETS

Heirloom quality, local origin and crafting using Merino wool from our Stoneledge Farm flock.

Each blanket is hand woven from our Stoneledge Farm Merino wool yarns. Stoneledge Farm partners with local woolen mill Battenkill Fiber to spin the wool from our flock of Merino Sheep into yarn. Local weaver Comfort Cloth, weaves the yarn to create exquisite, hand crafted woven blankets. 

CATSKILL BLANKET

A perfect size blanket 48x" x 60".   The blanket is woven in a herringbone pattern with 4 smoky brown stripes on each side of the blanket.  100% wool raised on our farm.  An exquisite, locally raised, locally spun, locally woven blanket. Hand wash and lay flat to dry.

$325

GOLDENROD AND CREAM BLANKET

A special gift for new baby or wedding.  Heirloom quality.  A gift to be cherished. The blanket is woven from naturally white Merino wool with subtle yellow stripes along the edge. The yellow yarns have been hand dyed on the farm yarn using goldenrod flowers that grow in pasture with the flock of sheep.  The color is an unique, sunshiny yellow.  100% wool raised on our farm.  An exquisite, locally raised, yellow yarns hand dyed from local plants, locally spun, locally woven blanket 48" x 60".  Hand wash and lay flat to dry.

$325

STONELEDGE BLANKET

Handwoven basket weave blanket in a soft grey brown Merino wool with white stripes along the bottom edges.  A stunning piece that is classic yet comfortable.  The basket weave partnered with the extreme softness of the Merino wool creates a thicker, cozier feel.  100% natural. The grey yarn was created by mixing the white Merino wool and naturally colored wools all raised on our farm.   Locally raised, locally spun, locally woven blanket 48" x 60".  Hand wash and lay flat to dry.

$325

IRISH ROOTS BLANKET

Beautiful subtle plaid pattern created using three Stoneledge Farm Merino wool yarns.  The pattern is similar to a blanket brought from Ireland by my great aunt.  100% natural Merino wool yarns in white, smoky brown and grey.  Locally raised, locally spun, locally woven blanket 48" x 60".  Hand wash and lay flat to dry.

$325





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