Wool Comforters and Lamb Pelts


Wool Comforters

These comforters are made from the wool I get at spring shearing just before before lambing starts in April.  A friend of mine calls them the "non-electric electric blanket"!  They are made of wool batting covered in 100% cotton unbleached muslin, tied with yarn every 10 inches to keep the wool from shifting.  They are designed to have a duvet cover put over them.  Wool is non-allergenic and extremely warm, yet these comforters are much lighter weight than a standard wool blanket.  They make a humane alternative to industrial down, which nowadays is not coming from the occasional goose your grandmother might have prepared for a family meal!  These comforters will last a lifetime and make a wonderful gift for important occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, baby showers or a house warming. Fabulous for Christmas, too!
     


                               


                                Lap:                     (45"x60")    $110
                                Twin:                   (90"x60")    $175
                                Full:                     (81"x90")    $240    
                                Queen:                 (90"x90")    $275    
                                King:                  (108"x90")    $345    

***Some comforters from the spring 2019 clip are available at Hearty Roots Farm Store but stock is low - call them to ask what sizes are left.  I will be shipping this year's wool to the mill in May and expect all colors and sizes back by July.  Email me to let me know if you want me to save one for you. 
 

Lamb Pelts
The Icelandic genetics in my flock provide for fabulous white or colored pelts.  I have them tanned using a method that allows them to be washable in cold water.  Prices range from $140 to $180 depending on size and coloration.  

Pelts are available at the Hearty Roots Farm Store right across the road now!  Prices are the same as I charge here, so please support the store!  Open winter hours Thursday through Sunday.


            
 
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