We first spied these gorgeous homegrown yarns at the Copper K Fiber Festival in Whitehall in the summer of 2018, just a few days after Dublin Bay moved to Montana. This amazing festival was founded in 2017 by Kami Noyes who is the genius behind Ranching Tradition Fiber. She does it all: raises Targhee sheep (right here in the Tobacco Root Valley), has their wool processed and spun at a local Montana mill, dyes it, and the list goes on! The Tobacco Root Valley yarn is surprisingly soft. IT DOES NOT GET MORE LOCAL THAN THIS!
100% Homegrown Targhee Wool
250 yards / 228 meters
3.5 oz. skein
WPI: 11 DK
Hand wash only, lay flat to dry