Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Warm White Corriedale Roving

Nearly 10 pounds of white wool from "Hannah" the Corriedale sheep went off to Zeilingers Wool Mill, and came back as 7 pounds of lovely roving, ready to be spun!  Fully raised and produced right here in the Middle of the Mitten, Michigan's lower peninsula.

Hannah's fleece is warm white with a vintage look and feel.  She has a long staple length with the traditional Corriedale crimp and I think that is still evident in the roving.  It's plush and comforting to spin, with the notable Corriedale softness and durability.  I have approximately 5 pounds available for $28 per pound (plus shipping).  If you would be interested in all 5 pounds (share with a friend!) price will be reduced to $25 per pound (plus shipping)

We accept Paypal (preferred), check or money order.  Please contact me at serenityfarmswool @ yahoo dot com with any questions, availability and shipping quote.

Fluffy white sheep Hannah, who produced the wool that made this roving!

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Off To The Mill ~

Corriedale fleeces leaving the farm for the fiber mill, will be returning as both yarn and roving.  White only at this time. 

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Corriedale Fleeces 2017

I do have most of the 2017 Corriedale and Corriedale cross fleeces skirted, but not photographed (photo below is from 2016).  If you are interested it would be best to shoot me an email at  There is no white available, but a variety of greys.  Prices will be reflected by how clean each particular fleece is.  

Monday, March 20, 2017

Yarn Anticipation!

EDITED ~ Sadly, this yarn did not come to be ;(

What could it be?  Coming later this spring, 2017 ~

Our first ever batch of Serenity Farms Finnsheep yarn!!!

Don't run away, you'll be the first to know when it becomes available!

(We only have three Finnsheep at this time, so it will be a very limited run.)

(Black Finn ewe "Maril" behind Corriedale-Merino cross ewe lamb)
We're so excited, we can hardly wait!

Friday, February 03, 2017

Yarn Update

IAn update to the yarns that are currently available for purchase ~

From left to right, they are :
"Dunbonnet", moorit Corriedale-Bond cross, 3 ply, worsted spun sport weight, 250 yards; 

"Gravel Road at Dark" (very limited, only a few skeins left), charcoal grey, completely Corriedale, 3 ply, woolen spun sport weight, 250 yards and 

"Lord John Grey", actually much more silvery grey than the photo shows, 80/20 blend of Corriedale and Alpaca, 3 ply, woolen spun, heavy fingering weight, 250 yards.

Skeins are $20 each, plus shipping.

Photo above shows the Dunbonnet (left) and Gravel Road (right) worked up in a sample, to give you an idea of how it looks worked up.  Below are a pair of gloves knit with the Lord John Grey that more truly represents the color, I think ~

 If you are interested in any of these yarns, please feel free to contact me at serenityfarmswool @ yahoo dot com.  And keep your eyes out for more and new yarns coming back from the mill later this spring!  I can hardly wait!

Saturday, January 07, 2017

A Time To Knit Mittens!

I've decided that 2017 should be "The Year of the Mitten" and so I'm hosting an informal knit-a-long over on the farm blog, you can read more about it herePlease join in if you'd like to!  

And if you need lovely natural colored Corriedale yarn from the farm for your mittens, we might just have what you're looking for!

Let's give mittens the love they deserve...

Sunday, December 11, 2016

It's All About The Yarns ~

Mill spun, farm yarns for sale!  Grown, raised and processed all right here in Michigan.  Not just single breed (Corriedale) yarns, but single sheep yarns in most cases.  You can get to know the sheep who contributed their fleece to make your yarn!

From left to right in the box above are "A Breath of Snow and Ashes"; "Dunbonnet"; "Gravel Road at Dark" and "Murmurations" (natural black, a wool alpaca blend).  Sample boxes with an assortment of skinny skeins of these yarns are available if you can't chose just one color.

Contact me at for availability or any questions about prices, payment options, etc.  Or just to talk about Corriedale yarn ;)