sheep•walk (noun) – a tract of land on which sheep are pastured or lead to market. Origin: 1580-90

Sheepwalk Fiber Arts Studio™:   Sheepwalk Fiber Arts Studio™ was named for Jennifer’s love of ancient times. The “sheep walk” is the path the sheep carved out of the landscape, and even the path they followed to market. The Sheepwalk Fiber Arts Studio™ yarn names and colors reflect nature, landscapes, sounds, adventures, and ultimately the lasting impressions from the many Crafters who have come in or through Jennifer’s life. In addition to the current yarn lines, The Sheepwalk Fiber Arts Studio™ also works with local Bandera, Texas ranchers to co-op wool for some home grown, hand dyed yarn and roving.


March 23-25, 2017
Bandera/Comfort, TX

Friday, April 21, 2017, 11:00 – 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9:00 – 4:00 pm

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  1. Thank you for a lovely visit last Saturday at your shop!! I love your yarn!!! I’m so looking forward encounters at your fun events!!

    1. HI, I finally am at a place with internet. Country living is so much fun. I do have the Mauch Chunky roving, natural black Rambouillet wool local grown and some grey Karakul. My number is 949-400-4225. I will take a photograph and post them. I am still catching up with things. The move here was big. All the best…

  2. Jennifer…I am the loom lady I can’t believe you are in Texas…Good for you…I hope you took the loom with you… will call you for an up date Best wishes…Larkin in Newport Beach…

  3. Last Nov.(2014) I bought 2skeins of 58% Merino/42%silk 251 yds. The sheepwalk folk soul the colors are pale yellow greens and blues. Is it possible to order more of this since I do not have enough to finish the sweater? The other yarn i bought I could use more of also. It is 80% mer./10%Cash.&10%nylon.

    1. Wow! I am soon sorry I didn’t see this. It didn’t download to my email 😦 I am out of that yarn completely. We had a special with Weavers in Comfort and it is gone. I am so sorry for the delay on this message!

  4. Jennifer, will mesquite covered yarn with yarn the color of wild card make a good combo for a neckscarfe. Please advise. If so, we will order a skein of mesquite. Also, advise us on payment method.
    5505 10th street, Lubbock, Texas 79416
    806 281 7444

  5. Hi Jennifer,
    I’m making some fingerless mitts out of your fingering 600 and ran out with five rounds and the thumbs to go. Do you have any remnants of Welsh Dragon? If not, I need to order another skein.

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