First things first...These sheep do not have blue faces. They get their name from the short white hairs growing over their black skinned heads. In certain natural light their heads really look blue. Robert Bakewell created the breeding program in the early 1900's. BLF (as it is referred) has the right amount of length and crimp for versatility no matter what the project. longevity, maternal instincts, crimp, micron, dual - purpose and disease resistance.
Heritage Fiber Blend :100% USA Farm Raised Shepards wool - BFL, Cheviot, Corriedale, Dorset, Shetland, etc.
Yarn:Woolen soft spun 2ply Sport
Projects:hats and other accessories.
Color: Evokes feelings of peace, compassion and love. Unlike red...pink touches usually more subtle and cheerful.
Patterns:Each yarn comes with reversibleBarbara Walkerfavorite pattern booklet. Included are knitting tips for casting on and such...happy knitting!!!