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All our natural and dyed wool roving is from our sheep flock and is offered directly to you for all your spinning pleasures. Other fibers included in blends are carefully selected for color and texture compatibility with our wool.

Spinning oil (a vegetable product) is added by the processor when roving is created to control the static electricity in the fiber as it flies through the machinery. If your roving should feel tacky or sticky, it is only a result of this added oil. It can easily be washed out by soaking in hot water and detergent either before spinning, or after the fiber is spun into yarn.

All dyeing is done here at the farm by hand. No two dye lots of roving will ever be quite the same, so be sure to purchase enough for your project. When it's gone - it's gone! If I do not have a sufficient quantity left to fill your order I will contact you immediately.

Remember that all computer monitors show colors a bit differently, plus my camera skills are not so great. If precise shade is important for your project please ask for a sample to be sent to you before ordering.

Note: Shipments outside the US will likely incur higher shipping costs than are calculated on this site. Please contact me prior to purchase so I can determine pricing for you.

Are you a felter? Wondering how Cotswold behaves? It does felt easily but being a fiber without much crimp it doesn't shrink much side-to-side or have a bouncy 'give' to the finished felt. It does have excellent strength even when thin, so don't be afraid to try some! Here's one felter's experience:

         " Recently I asked you about wet felting with cotswold, followed shortly by an order for two of your roving blends. (which delighted me upon their arrival. They are cloud soft!) You expressed an interest in my view after I'd had a chance to try felting with it. The short version is that my view is much like yours. I am a beginning felter but have a little experience with both romney and merino, and now just one experience with your cotswold.

It came out well in terms of structure, and beautiful in terms of your color blend. It's flat and uniform. It handled easily for me, similar to romney and easier than merino. I don't full as much as some other people so my piece is not as hard as it might be. However, it seems strong. It's not cushy but I can hardly keep my hands off it, and it's soft enough that I'm thinking of making a neck scarf.

I like it well enough that today I plan to order a little more. Thank you for such a high quality product! "

Carol T.

Natural Colored 100% Wool
Roving : Pewter


100% Cotswold

Pewter is a handsome gray roving made from several of our natural colored Cotswold fleeces.  It has some nice shine, a solid hand is is sooo easy to spin!  Pretty by itself or could be over dyed for rich color with subtle depth.

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Roving : Toast


Mixed medium breeds
We batched together several moorit fleeces from CVM/Rambouillet and other crossbreds in our flock.  There is a subtle variation in shading as some fleeces were dark moorit and others were very pale. The natural color is a warm toast but it's light enough that one could overdye it if desired. The yarn is very squishy and bouncy, quite soft and has a bit of sparkly luster.  Spins easily.

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Dyed 100% Wool Roving
Roving : Wine Country

Wine Country

Mixed medium and longwool breeds

Gray Cotswold and Border Leicester fleeces dyed with shades of burgundy wine. A good dark purple with slight variation in shading due to the grays used.

Silky hand and good luster make for easy spinning and a great yarn. 

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Dyed 100% Cotswold Roving
Roving : Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon
I like the way this came out!  Turquoise, acid green and black!  Sounds about as compatible as oil and water but I think it works!  Certainly different.  I haven't used much black in colorways before but I appreciate the way it anchors the brighter colors and I already have some plans in my head.   Pure Cotswold, so it spins very easily and has luster.
$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie
What a delicious blend.  Dusty cherry red with cinnamon and pale gold companion colors. This seriously looks like pie filling and baked pie crust.  Drafts easily and has a good luster.

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Roving : Easter Egg

Easter Egg

This tri-color roving is bright pink, pale blue and dark purple. I find some computer monitors show the dark color as navy blue but it is actually a dark purple. The three colors work well together but do stand out distinctly from each other in a spun yarn. Plying gives an especially nice marbled effect. There is luster because it's Cotswold and it spins like a dream!

$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Embers

Deep red, orange and charcoal blend together to make a roving and yarn that looks like smoldering embers in a campfire.  Not bright colors, but very warm and darkish.  This roving is 100% Cotswold so it has good luster and spins sooo easily.  You can spin the shades together for a more muted yarn or choose to separate the colors a bit so they pop more against each other.  Either way, it's lovely.
$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Lumberjack


100% Cotswold
Cotswold wool dyed in charcoal, teddy bear brown and cherry red make a yarn that looks like a vintage flannel shirt.  Imagine this as a sweater, coat or jacket!  So handsome and it's Cotswold so it will stand up to the rigors or outdoor wear.  Spins like a dream.  Sold out so fast last time that I didn't even get it listed on the site.  Get yours today!
$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

Lilac, orange and grass green.  Wow!  Those are party colors for sure!  A nice balance of colors - all take their turn showing up and none are overwhelmed.  Fun!  Spins easily into a pretty, happy yarn.

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Roving : Sunrise


Good morning!  Looks like a sunny day.  Pink, blue and yellow make for a cheery blend of colors.  Nice luster and easy spinning.

$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Twilight Time

Twilight Time
"Heavenly shades of night are falling, it's twilight time." Remember that song? Here are those colors of dusk in a Cotswold roving - burgundy purple, salmon and dark teal. The roving is deceptively busy - when spun into yarn the colors break up nicely, leaving the salmon and teal to pop gently against the predominant dark purple. Silky hand and good luster make for easy spinning.
$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb

Roving : Wild Berry

Wild Berry

This group of fleeces was especially nice - good luster, soft and drape-y hand, and it nearly spins itself.  There are actually three colors here - blue, red and purple - but the red and purple pretty much blended together.  Still, the yarn is very pretty and could be used for just about anything/anyone.

$2.25 per oz

$32.00 per lb