The Daughter of a Shepherd journey began the Hebridean sheep who graze Escrick Park Estate, shepherded by the owner’s father, John Atkinson. With a firm commitment to using only 100% British wool from shepherds and producers within the United Kingdom, Daughter of a Shepherd aims to support all aspects of British manufacturing in its processing and production. Fibers are interesting, like the Ram Jam line that uses yarn from a number of British breeds that would otherwise be discarded. Most are undyed, while some are dyed. Quality is gorgeous.https://daughterofashepherd.com
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- Yarn Fiber: BFL, Castlemilk M., Cheviot, Exmoor BF, Hebridean, Texel, Wool, Zwartbles
- Yarn Weight: Aran, Chunky, DK, Fingering, Lace, Sport
- Color Style: Solids, Variegated
- Dye Type: Acid, Undyed
- Fiber Origin: Europe, UK
- Local Fiber