These mittens and fingerless gloves are dyed, handspun and knitted using Masham fleece from North Yorkshire.

They are a colourful colour combination and would cheer any outfit or occasion!  Lovely present for someone special.

Just use the dropdown menu to select which you would prefer

MIttens and fingerless Gloves  £15 inc postage*


Tapestry Lavender Bag

£10 inc postage*

This cowl is dyed, handspun and woven using Merino fleece.  

It is lined with supersoft and warm cotton jersey

Merino Jersey Cotton Lined Cowl

£25 incl postage*

Greenfields Fleecy Tails, handspun and handknitted products from the Greenfields Flock.  ALL proceeds go to the help the hounds

These felted mittens are handspun, knitted and felted using Cotswold fleece  The fleece is from a friend's pet sheep. The mittens are thick and very warm

Cotswold Felted Mittens

​£15 incl postage*

Lacy Teeswater Scarf

The scarf is handspun, dyed and knitted using fleece donated by a Tim the Greenfields teeswater

£20 including postage*

Phoebe is looking for a new home, but not just any old home.  Phoebe has been used to living the good life and needs a home with lots of love and cuddles. 

If you feel you can offer Phoebe a home, she can be yours for a £20 rehoming fee  She is handspun and knitted from Stanley's fleece and her clothes are dyed, handspun and knitted from Graham's Teeswater fleece.  She stands 22 inches  (56cm) tall

Phoebe the Teddy

£20 incl postage*

Short Handled Tapestry Bag

Jacob and Corriedale pompom hat

This 'one size fits all' pompom hat has arrived just in time for the cold weather!  The Jacob fleece was blended with the dyed Corriedale to produce wool for this lovely soft hat.

It is £20 including postage*,  a totally unique pompom beanie

Edward the Schnauzer

£17.50 inc postage*

This scarf/shawl is handspun and knitted using dyed merino wool.  It is a lacy pattern  

Lacy Scarf/Shawl

£25 incl postage *

Hilja Estonian Mittens, designed by Aleks Byrd 

These were made as part of a knitting challenge to learn new techniques I took on during lockdown   They are made from handspun and dyed merino.

£20 incl postage*


Handwoven scarf

​£30 inc postage*


Masham Mittens and Fingerless Gloves

We have been incredibly lucky that one of our supporters Susan Davies-Holmes who owns Donald (was Bing) and Myrtle is making wonderful lavender bags to sell in our online shop. They are tapestry lavender bags.

* Please note - postage included to mainland UK only.

This scarf is handwoven on the Saori loom with a blend of dyed sheep fleeces  It has been lined with a jersey fabric, ideal if you are a bit wool sensitive

Bruce the Koala loves nothing more than hanging in the bushes watching the world go round.  Due to circumstances beyond his control he needs a new home, who could resist those beautiful eyes?

Bruce is handspun from Rita the Leicester Longwool's fleece.  Rita is one of three Leicester Longwool sheep in the Greenfields flock

Bruce the Koala

£17-50 inc postage*

Felted Merino Moebius Cowl

This cowl has been spun, dyed, knitted and felted from Merino fleece.  It is super soft and would be a warming neck warmer under a winter coat

With Christmas coming it would make an ideal gift....

£20 Including first class postage*

Edward needs a new home. He's house trained, fully vaccinated and doesn't need worming. He takes up a lot less room than a greyhound and needs no exercise. He thinks he's a good alternative for people who have no time in their lives for a greyhound, what is there not to like?

Edward is handspun and crocheted from Shetland and Border Leicester fleece

This short handled tote bag measures 15 inches by 10 inches. The reverse side of the bags is plain grey, slightly padded material. All hand made.

£23 plus £3.80 postage

These dyed, handspun and knitted Merino mittens are super warm, and very original!

Merino Mittens

£15 inc postage*


As well as rescue hounds, Caroline has a flock of slaughterfree rescue sheep - mostly brought home from market when they were being sold off for meat.  These she keeps as her own pets, but now they have a chance to pay their way and earn their board! Caroline keeps an ethical flock and none of her sheep will leave Greenfields for the market or the butcher's shop, nor will they be used for breeding. They will all live out their natural life in the fields around Greenfields.

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