Spoiled Sheep Delilah Yarn

Spoiled Sheep Delilah Yarn

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Spoiled Sheep

SSDL-12

This 100% Romney wool yarn runs from Sport to Worsted weight and is just waiting to be a cozy sweater. Soft, lustrous, and sustainable, this yarn is perfect for your next project. These limited edition Spoiled Sheep yarns are sourced locally from individual sheep at Rose Butte Ranch near Spokane, Washington. After... Read More

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Delilah 2010
Delilah 2012
Delilah 2012B
Delilah 2014

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09/28/2020
Michele G.
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Spoiled Sheep Delilah & Jacklyn

I Like it. I am using it as Weft on my Rigid Heddle Loom. I already made One Scarf using it and it turned out really well. I Love that the Sheep are Spoiled! Let’s have more & more ‘Spoiled Sheep’—They All should be Spoiled!!

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Product Details

This 100% Romney wool yarn runs from Sport to Worsted weight and is just waiting to be a cozy sweater. Soft, lustrous, and sustainable, this yarn is perfect for your next project. These limited edition Spoiled Sheep yarns are sourced locally from individual sheep at Rose Butte Ranch near Spokane, Washington. After each yearly sheering the fleeces take a short drive to Fibers First Mill in Post Falls, Idaho to be processed and spun into natural and lanolin-rich yarns.

Delilah, the ewe from whom this Spoiled Sheep, brown sport, worsted and bulky weight yarn comes.

Delilah, the sheep who's fleece this yarn comes from, is a beautiful champion natural colored Romney ewe. She was part of the original flock that first came to Rose Butte Ranch. Delilah has the softest, sweetest voice, which belies her mischievous nature. She produces a truly gorgeous grey-brown yarn. It's a soft color combination that would be nearly impossible to replicate with dyes.  Delilah will always be a flock favorite - we hope you enjoy her yarn as much as we do!

"Why is our flock Spoiled? We shear the flock every year at the beginning of summer, for their greatest comfort during both the hot and cold seasons of the year.  They enjoy full access to pasture year-round and are fed alfalfa hay grown in our own field during the winter.  Fresh spring water flows freely into their trough, ensuring a constant supply of clean water.  Their barn is cooled with a misting system and fan during the heat of the summer, and in winter is warmly bedded with straw.  Treats from the garden are always a big hit. Last but certainly not least, they are guarded around the clock by our loving and dedicated Livestock Guardian Dog team. It's a good life for our sheep - and we think it shows in the beauty and quality of our yarn and fleece." - Spoiled Sheep Yarn

Yarn Details

Weight: Delilah 2010: Worsted (10 WPI)

Delilah 2012: Sport (16 WPI)

Delilah 2012B: Sport (15 WPI)

Delilah 2014: DK (14 WPI)

Texture: 2 Ply

Put up: Twisted Hank

Fiber Content: 100% Romney Wool

Unit Weight: 100 grams

Yardage: 200 yards/182 meters

Gauge: Delilah 2010: 4.75 - 5.25 stitches per inch

Delilah 2012:  6 - 7 stitches per inch

Delilah 2012B:  6 - 7 stitches per inch

Delilah 2014:  5.5 - 6 stitches per inch

Recommended Needle Size: Delilah 2010:   US 7 - 8 (4.5 - 5 mm)

Delilah 2012:   US 3 - 5 (3.25 - 3.75 mm)

Delilah 2012B:   US 3 - 5 (3.25 - 3.75 mm)

Delilah 2014: US 5 - 6 (3.75 - 4 mm)

Care Instructions: Hand wash room temperature, air dry flat

Country of Origin: United States

PLEASE NOTE

Due to the nature of this yarn, each skein is slightly thick and thin and may vary slightly in average weight from skein to skein. Please make sure you swatch before beginning your project to find the right needle size for you.

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ABOUT SPOILED SHEEP YARN

Spoiled Sheep Yarn comes from the Rose Butte Ranch. This small farm near Spokane, Washington is home to a sustainable "boutique" flock of natural colored sheep of many different breeds and beautiful colors.  The flock size is limited to keep the pasture productive, and the sheep healthy and happy.