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Products made from the wool from our sheep, and other non edible things
|Fingerless Gloves (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Made from our Shetland sheep wool- ultra soft and warm. Not only are these gloves very stylish looking - you can answer your cell phone and/or text with them on. Bonus points!
|Gloves (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Gloves made from our Shetland wool- soft, warm and stylish (just like our sheep)
|Mittens (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Mittens made with our Shetland wool. Very warm, soft and stylish
|Neck Warmer (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Neck warmers (also known as infinity scarves) made from our Shetland wool. Warm, soft and stylish.
|Connecticut Blankets (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Connecticut Blanket Project - Long Throw (72" x 48") in the split buffalo plaid pattern. The Connecticut Blanket was manufactured originally by Charles W. House & Sons in Unionville, Connecticut. The wool for the blanket was collected from Connecticut farms, mostly from members of the Connecticut Sheep Breeders Association. When the company went out of business in 2001, Charles House suggested that CSBA might be interested in continuing the blanket. The CSBA Connecticut Blanket Project began with wool collected in the fall of 2002, producing the first blankets in the winter of 2003 and has continued each year to the present day. Over 2000 blankets have been produced since 2003. The Connecticut Blanket Project has helped Sheep Associations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts to start producing blankets in their states from their wool. To produce the blankets, the fleeces from each sheep are sheared, skirted, and cleaned individually at each farm which may take about 1 hour per fleece. All the wool is inspected at the University of Connecticut livestock barn, and if the wool is acceptable, it is weighed and packed into tall plastic bags for shipping by a dedicated group of volunteers. Approximately 200 pounds of wool fill each bag. The wool is then shipped out for scouring (cleaning) and then yarn is spun, the blankets are woven, fulled, napped, and cut in seven sizes from baby blankets to king size. Finally, these blankets are distributed to the participants so they can be sold by the shepherds at their farms.
|Hand Knit Hat (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Hand knit hats made with our Shetland wool. Very soft, stylish and warm
|Lamb's Wool Baby Hats (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Custom made and locally knit hats, made with our softest lamb's wool. Our Grandson Akiva is pretty adorable - even when he isn't wearing his hat- but in this photo I think he looks down right angelic... Biased? Yes, shamelessly so! The hats are made to order.
|Machine Knit Hat (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Made with our Shetland wool.
|2020 Calendar (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
12 months of farm therapy-by Clatter Ridge Farm.
|Socks (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Crew socks made with our Shetland wool (and with 10% nylon, to add to the elasticity). Very soft, warm and durable.
|Sheepskin- shearling white (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Shearling sheepskins are great for rugs, in front of the bathroom sink, or by the bed. Also great for dog beds, babies, and yoga mats. Professionally tanned and in theory machine washable (I wash ours by hand and air dry it).
|Sheepskin - brown (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Brown sheepskin- very soft, professionally tanned. Would make a beautiful rug or throw on the back of a chair
|Tee Shirts (Clatter Ridge Farm)|
Show your local flavor with your own Clatter Ridge Farm tee shirt! Let us know what size you'd like at "check out"