100% Shetland Wool Yarn from Shetland Sheep raised at Wild Flower Farm. The farm is a year round working farm raising Shetland Sheep, Highland Coos and many other animals. It takes a month in the spring to shear the sheep. It takes several days to laboriously wash and dry the fleece. Each ball of yarn takes an hour or more to spin from the dried fleece. The garments take 3 to 8 hours to knit each piece by hand. All animals are cared for with love and all items are made with care at the farm by Don and Peggy McCallie personally.
Please note: Shetland Wool has inherent variations so each one is unique.
Located southwest of St. Louis in Dittmer, MO, Wild Flower Farm is a unique destination.
Home to the McCallie family this is a working animal farm that breeds and raises Shetland sheep, Highland coos, llamas, alpacas, exotic chickens, swans, cats, dogs, miniature donkeys, and even an emu.
Tours are available for groups of all sizes with activities for all ages.
And you'll likely go home with a few extra goodies including
hand spun wool garb and delicious farm raised beef.