Romeldale roving

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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Made in Klamath Falls, Oregon

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This beautiful roving is 100% wool from purebred CVM/Romeldale sheep in 4 oz. bumps. Natural color options come in dark brown (sheep #1401 "Hyacinth"), moorit brown (sheep #1202 Ginger"), white (sheep #1070 "Odette) and dark gray with hints of moorit (sheep #1153 "Ava").

CVM/Romeldale sheep are considered a fine wool breed, with next-to-skin soft wool. Please read more about my sheep, the CVM/Romeldale breed and their fiber at

I will send small samples upon request through my sample product, thank you for supporting this rare breed of sheep!

Average review
Fast shipping! Great handle, virtually no VM! Beautiful roving!
Nov 15, 2017 by meekmok
Incredible spring! And so soft. I wore the unspun fiber around my neck for a day, and it never pricked or irritated.
Apr 18, 2017 by Ellie Beals
Lovely CVM! I adore the soft, grey/white color and the fine bounce. Wonderful seller too
Nov 17, 2014 by apothefaery
Beautiful roving! Fast shipping. Can't wait to spin it.
May 13, 2014 by Susan Schouten

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I use USPS in conjunction with Etsy, and it is tracked. I ship within 1 day of ordering, unless the order is placed on a weekend- then it will go out on Monday.


I accept paypal as well as credit cards and Etsy gift cards.

Returns & exchanges

Because of many of the issues that can come up with storing wool, I ask that you please take a look at the fleece within 30 days of receiving it to make sure it is what you were expected. Please look at photos closely for color and staple length. If a fleece does not meet your standards please store in a smoke free/pet free environment and I will send a return shipping label or we can discuss other options to make the issue right.

Additional policies

Please visit me at where I discuss my sheep management and skirting practices.
I am not in the business to try to pull the wool over someones eyes....Fleeces are skirted. Yarn and roving have been skirted, scoured and processed at a small scale but professional wool mill. However, sheep live outdoors so there is always a chance of occasional debris from sheep being sheep in the unprocessed fleeces! I never try to hide that with the photos, so please take a look at those closely.