Gotland Fiber

                         


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Gotland fiber is long & lustrous with gorgeous curled locks, which hang freely.  It is highly lustrous.  Fineness of fleece varies.  It is a strong wool, good for spinning, weaving & felting.
 
Gotland Fiber is available, please inquire.  

Photo Left Yarn & hand spun knit mobious from Lawrence Cottage, Locks from Shepherds Lone, Photo Courtesy of Joy Dally of Shepherds Lane. 
Middle photo: Locks from Lawrence Cottage
Photo Right Yarn from Lawrence Cottage and hand spun knit mobious from Lawrence Cottage, Photo courtesy of Joy Dally of Shepherds Lane. 

 Gotland Yarn....shades of cream to grey.  Creme was our low percentage Gotland ewe w/ a Perendale ram...Those lambs did not enter our upgrade program, but they made some lovely yarn!
 
 
 














 


Knit by Gale of Lawrence Cottage 
























  











 





 







 Hand spun Lambs wool by Staci and hand knit shawl by Gale of Lawrence Cottage, photos courtesy of Joy Dally of Shepherds Lane


















 
 
We are excited to have sent our own fleeces to a small, local (Lebanon, Oregon) mill!  


 
                                                                                             







 
                                                                     
 
 
 

Lawrence Cottage Gotland Yarn knit by Gale.  Gorgeous Gotland Pelt of Shepherds Lane.  Photo Courtesy of Joy Dally of Shepherds Lane.



Gotland/angora socks.  Gotland fiber is very durable, it makes for socks that last!






 50% Gotland ewe in upgrade program...From hand spun skein to dyed yarn to lovely warm hat, knit by Jeannie



75% upgraded Gotland ewe (Emma) handspun by Staci of Lawrence Cottage

           
 

 

 

 
 
 

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