100% percent Navajo Churro wool sourced from local shepherds on the Navajo Nation. Hand washed using gentle cleaners, sustainable methods. Hand carded and packaged at our office. Proceeds benefit our Sheep To Loom Program.
Dine Be’Iina is a fiber provider and member of The Livestock Conservancy, we bring promotion and education of the critical threatened Navajo Churro Sheep Breed. Free stickers provided to fiber artists who are needing it for the passport breed book. More information in description below.
How does it work?
Fiber Artists buy wool from rare breed Fiber Providers who provide a “stamp” for fiber artists to put in their “passport.”
The more breeds they use, the more “stamps” they collect, the more items they earn, the more wool the providers sell.
Why save them?
Many of America’s once-common farm animals face extinction if we do not take action now. Rare farm animals represent an irreplaceable piece of earth’s biodiversity and offer incredible variety that may be needed for future farms – robust health, mothering instincts, foraging, and the ability to thrive in a changing climate. These farm animals are a vital part of ensuring food security for our planet – now and for the future.
100% percent Navajo Churro wool sourced from local shepherds on the Navajo Nation. Hand skirted, very little to no lanolin, you may find small amounts of vegetation. Excellent for those who wish to spin using their own methods or felting, also for great for blending other colors/fibers together to creating new items. Hand carded and packaged at our office. Proceeds benefit our Sheep To Loom Program.
1 ounce of 100% Navajo Churro Wool, handspun using Navajo lap spindle. Our wool is locally sourced from shepherds near Shiprock, NM. We use sustainable methods for washing and cleaning raw wool to produce quality yarn, batts and felt.