Foster Farm Yarns

Foster Farm yarns are made from the sheep here on our farm.  After shearing the wool is sorted for various products.  We sell fleeces to hand spinners, we save some for our Foster Farm yarns and some for our Foster Farm roving.  I wash some here in the shop for locks.  All of the dyed roving and yarn is done by me, in The Yarn Shop kitchen.  Its a labor of love, I hope that you enjoy using the products as much as we enjoy growing and dyeing the wool!

The website has been updated to include the Foster Farm products that are available right now.  We will be adding the new yarn and roving as it arrives back from the local mill.  

Posted on July 15, 2016 .

The is Washington County Fiber Festival Weekend!

The Yarn Shop and barn are open both Saturday and Sunday this weekend.  Come visit the lambs and shop in The Yarn Shop. We are having a sale, 15% off everything (except Kromski).  If you are out and about visiting other farms be sure to drop in.  

Posted on April 22, 2016 .

30 lambs

This weekend is our Open House.  As of this morning, we have 30 lambs in the barn.  There are still a handful of ewes that will lamb before this weekend.  There is nothing like watching the lambs!   Bring your camera!

We have a few other things planned for Saturday.  

We will be skirting fleeces in preparation for the upcoming wool shows and for local spinners.  If you are a hand spinner and would like a fleece, I am offering them at 15% off on Saturday.

We will have a scavenger hunt, which will include the barn and The Yarn Shop.

We will have some sweet treats for sale.

There will be demos of carding and hand spinning in The Yarn Shop.

There will be a raffle of some Foster Farm handmade items.

Join us, Saturday, March 19, from 10am-4pm

Posted on March 14, 2016 .

Its been a busy week!

The last time I wrote was 2 weeks ago.  We still have small patches of snow in the shaded areas of the farm.  The good news is that the rye is starting to look green!  It won't be long now, rye is one of those cold weather crops.  It will look like a golf course soon enough.

These lambs are just 2 days old...

These lambs are just 2 days old...

and .so are these...

These twins were born yesterday, Easter Sunday.  It is unusual for us to have lambs this late in the season.  If you haven't stopped in to visit the lambs now is a good time.

Posted on April 6, 2015 .


This is exciting!  The bees are outside of the hive!  What a welcome sign of spring!!  But look we still have snow, it may be gone this week.  The weather forecast is calling for warmer days and some spring showers.  I am looking forward to it!  Bring on the mud!!

From the barn...a few of our yearling ewes.  These are last years lambs that we kept on the farm.  


the first group of lambs, 25 in total so far...


...and the girls still left to lamb (18 of them).  I have started the watch again.  They are getting close.  Nothing yet, but any day now! 

Posted on March 24, 2015 .