Navajo Churro fiber products source directory.
Click on any of the links below to go to independent offerings of Navajo-Churro Sheep Association member's web sites, offering various products from this incredibly versatile animal. For raw fleeces, click here to go to the fleece directory.
Lana Dura felt products are made entirely of Navajo-Churro wool in its many wonderful and sumptuous natural colors. We make 3 ft by 4 ft felt pieces, lined tote bags in two sizes, and two sophisticated zipper bags - sized to hold either a Kindle (small "Bolsita") or an IPad (large"Bolsita"). Lana Dura products are made in northern New Mexico from Navajo-Churro wool grown on farms in NM, Vermont, Maine, Pennsylvania… totally American, chemical-free, and sustainable! Each felt and bag is unique and special.
Navajo-Churro roving in several colors and yarns in both natural sheep colors and plant dyed. All yarns are single ply and spun at 600-800 yards per pound. Perfect for weaving! Finished woven, braided, and locker hooked items. Looms and weaving tools as well.
To be listed, here's the requirements:
* Farms must be paid up members of the N-CSA.
* Products (yarn, roving, weavings, buttons, skulls, etc) should be produced from Navajo-Churro sheep.
* $10 annual fee is paid to the N-CSA office (click here for info). Fee also allows inclusion into the fleece directory. A short descriptive paragraph of offerings, as well as a photograph, should be sent with the fee.