Homegrown Navajo Churro wool roving is perfect for spinning, weaving, felting, and locker hooking. Our Navajo Churro sheep (considered a rare and endangered breed) provide us with a wide assortment of colors and have a sweeping view of the La Plata Mountains, Sleeping Ute, the San Juan Mountains, and the Chuskas from their fields. We use organic methods, whenever possible, in producing our wool.
(Photo sequence: all colors, 2017 colors, gray, light brown, charcoal)
Specific color notes:
Charcoal - A warm black with light fibers running through it.
We typically ship within 1-3 days of receiving an order. If there is any delay in fulfilling your order, we will contact you. Our shipping rates are based on the weight of the order.
USA SHIPMENTS: Domestic orders will be shipped USPS First Class Mail with an average 3-5 day delivery estimate. Once we receive notification of payment, we will ship within three days (usually the next day) and will provide a tracking number. Larger items and orders can oftentimes be upgraded to Priority Mail for the same price, in which case shipping times may be less.
CANADIAN SHIPMENTS*: International orders will be shipped USPS First Class International with an average 6-12 work day delivery estimate. Please note that packages can be held up in customs and delivery can exceed the 6-12 day estimate. Because delays can occur we cannot guarantee arrival in a specific time frame. Please note this possibility when ordering.
INTERNATIONAL ORDERS*: Please contact us directly if you live outside the USA or Canada and wish to order our products, due to the variable shipping rates. We'd be glad to work with you.
*Note: Duties, customs, taxes and fees required on international parcels by your country are the responsibility of the buyer.
Returns & exchanges
We hold ourselves to the highest quality of craftsmanship in every product we make. If you are not satisfied with the quality, aside from normal wear and tear, please let me know and we can discuss your concerns.