Saturday, October 4, 2014

The Wooly Fox Welcomes Fall!

With the cool crisp feel of fall in the air our thoughts turn to home, family and gatherings.
We have some lovely items that just arrived!

Barbara Dietrich of Hillborne Farms has created some lovely bracelets and necklaces from precious
metal clay.  The clay is fired in her kiln, resulting in unique sterling and precious metal pieces.

We are also offering lovely handmade quilts, table runners and composition book covers.

In addition, we are proud to offer wonderful soy candles from Charleston Candle Works.
The new scents include Pumpkin Souffle, Apple Maple Bourbon, Plantation Gardens, Christmas Hearth, and Gingerbread House.

Also, the very talented Jane Lattimore, is featuring "Mitten of the Month".  Jane starts by taking
a photograph in nature to inspire the mittens for each month.  The photograph is made into a note
card to accompany the hand-dyed and spun mittens.  Wool roving is knit into each mitten making
them especially warm.

Wishing you all a wonderful fall!

Sunday, August 31, 2014

August 30, 2014  - The Wooly Fox will be heading to this year's Sterling Fair in Sterling, Massachusetts next weekend, September 6 & 7, 2014.  We have many new items that have arrived including, handmade shaker boxes, hand dyed and spun yarn from our angora bunny, Wilbur and our flock of Romney Merino sheep, hand made knitted items.

Hand made shaker boxes in natural cherry wood, or milk painted.

We offer handmade, local beeswax hand cream and lip balm.

Handmade mice made from our own wool.

Handmade quilts in various sizes and patterns.

Just in fall wreaths in silk and dried flowers.

Australian moisturizing soap. 
I received a few bars of soap as a gift and loved it 
so much we now offer it in the shop!

Hand dyed and knit hats.  
The striped bands are double thickness, providing extra warmth.

Local hand made pottery and blown glass jewelry.

Yarn, pottery, linen napkins and lighting. 

Meet Wilbur, our French Angora bunny.  
Wilbur's angora is mixed with our wool
to make animals and knitted items.

Wilbur has grown quite a bit in the two years he has lived at Red Fox Farm.  
He loves raisins, apples, lettuce and dandelions.

Meet Pearl, our new addition!  She is a cream color Golden Retriever puppy.
We also have blankets from our sheep, roving and yarn.

Thanks for visiting The Wooly Fox and hope to see you soon!

Bob & Janet Sandstrom

Sunday, March 27, 2011

New Items at the Wooly Fox

Locally made goat's milk soap
  • cedar
  • citrus & sage
  • eucalyptus
  • fir
  • lily
  • oatmeal almond
  • rose 
  • spruce
Priced at $3.50 each

Roving & Yarn 

just arrived from being processed

from our own sheep!

Handmade bunnies         

Prices vary by size and detail

Friday, December 31, 2010

Welcome to The Wooly Fox!

Hi! We are Bob and Janet Sandstrom.

(The dog is also named Bob ... Bob Joe Rockstar.)

 Welcome to our blog, The Wooly Fox.

Last year, we transformed Bob's old workshop in to a small country store. (Bob the husband, not the dog. Bob Joe Rockstar doesn't have a workshop.)

We sell antiques, wool from our sheep...

Roving (prepared wool you spin) along with an abundance of local pottery, jewelry, and beautiful hand crafted items. In the warmer months, we also sell vegetables from our garden.

We are located at The Red Fox Farm, off Route 31.

We are open every weekend from 10-4 or by appointment.

If it's cold, the wood stove will be burning and the coffee is always hot.

Please drop by and visit us, where you'll find something to love!