Friday, August 28, 2015

Rabbits Currently Available As of 8/28/2015

I currently have sixteen rabbits available for sale. There are  nine males, three brown and six black. There are also seven females, two brown and five black.They were all born July 4th, 2015.

My rabbits are $85 without papers, and $100 with their pedigree papers.

If you are interested in the rabbit in this listing you can contact me @
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Saturday, January 17, 2015

New Litter Available on January 31st

This litter of English Angora rabbits was born December first. I currently have two male and two females available.
I also still have one four month old male, born October 6th, for purchase.
All of my rabbits currently available have black fur and brown eyes.

My rabbits are $85 without papers, and $100 with their pedigree papers.


Sunday, December 14, 2014

Available as of 12/14/2014

I currently have one English Angora Rabbit, a black 10 week old male, available for purchase. He was born October 6th of this year. He is $85 with out papers, and $100 with pedigree papers.

He has been given a haircut recently. I always give my rabbits a trim before winter, they love dipping the long fur on their face and feet into the water dishes when it starts to get cold!
If you are interested in the rabbit in this listing you can contact me @
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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Rabbits Currently Available As of 2/14/2013

As of February 14th, 2013 I have have three English Angora Rabbits available. I have one pedigreed rabbit ($100), one rabbit that is pedigree quality( $100)- but I am willing to sell as a wooler ($85, would come without papers), and one pet quality rabbit ($55).

The pedigreed rabbit is a Ruby-Eyed White female. She was born 7/8/2012

This rabbit is pedigree quality but I am willing to sell him as a woolder. He was born born 6/11/2012

The pet quality rabbit is a black female, and she is two years old.
If you are intrested in any rabbit in this listing you can contact me @
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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Angora Rabbit Wool Shawl

This is 100% English Angora Hand Spun Yarn being wound onto a Kromski knitty-nod. When its finished being wound I tie it in the center of each group of strands and proceed to wash/process it into a skein of workable yarn. Working with full English Angora fiber is a little bit diffrent from using half English Angora mized with another fiber- for one thing it is much softer, and your hands sweat like crazy when you get the spinning wheel going. My daughter wound this for me, because after doing several spools your arms start to get tired.

This is an older spool of yarn, not the pure white that I've been making, that is half full. A full spool has anywhere from fifty to two hundred yards of yarn on it, depending on the thickness.

This is my spinning corner, I put pieces I am working on, along with skeins of yarn, my empty spools, and other spinning supplies here. The shelf was made by a dear family friend to help me display my samples of my yarns instead of keeping the all the finished products in a bin.
This is a close up, to give you a better view of my skeins and my spools. The piece on the left is a finished shawl that I have shown here previously.
This is the shawl that I'm knitting out of the Pure English Angora yarn. As you can see, it is very fine yarn, close to the ply of a fingering yarn- I wanted the yarn to be thinner as this is a lace pattern for my daughter, who likes delicate things.
This is as far as I've ogtten with this shawl- it has the main body, and the edging on the left and right sides. I'm still debating what kind of pattern I want to use as edging for the bottom of the shawl.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Rabbits Currently Available

As of November 1st, 2012 I have two pedigreed rabbits ($100) and three one wool quality rabbit ($85)for sale. Both of the pedigreed rabbits are ruby eyed white females. I have two female wool quality rabbits, one in black and one ruby eyed white, and one black male wool rabbit. The babies range in age from four to five months old.


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

My Angora Wool Spinning Process

I used first and seconds for this yarn. The premium first quality wool is taken from the back and upper sides of the rabbit. The seconds are from the neck and lower sides. The fur came from my rabbits when they came into molt- I hand plucked them.

I spun the angora right from the rabbit as she was in molt and very content and happy to be on my lap.

This is my spinning wheel, it's a Kromski.

This is the hank of yarn before I knitted it. Still hanging up after washing

I have spun this with extra twist so that it won't fall apart later on.

After it is spun into singles, it is worked into two or more plies. I used one single ply of English angora and one single ply of wool to help keep its shape, as Angora does not have a good shape memory.

Angora is seven times warmer than wool, so if your cold all the time you’re in for a real treat. Just be careful if you chose to knit baby garments, as a baby cannot say when it’s getting too warm.

Here is my finished shawl .The red edging is dye with food coloring which takes to both fibers wonderfully without fading or bleeding.