This weekend has been the weekend of "Ekorundan" That means that some organic farms have "open houses" and that you can ride between them in cars ( not so good for the climat...) Eko stands for ekological that means organic.
It´s the third year that it´s been arranged and I have done it all three years with a friend. We have bought a lot of veggies, drank a lot of coffea and had some really good cakes. This year we ended up at a sheepfarm that I don´t recall the name of but the woolshops name was "Sjöhästen" ;seahourse.
They had three kinds of sheeps, The gotlandic from the island outside Sweden. The Leicester and an endangered called "Åsen"
The gotlandic sheep is grey and when it becames a furcoat it´s called Viking lamb and is also quite popular in decorating
This is dyed wool to be spun into yarn
You could also buy natural skins
I bought a natural white skein of Leicester/Åsen and a singular thread gotlandic thera half of it was dyed in black
To be saved for a yammy project....
and yes they sell meat too!