spinning her own yarns since the tender age of 16. She
started raising registered Border Leicester sheep in 1994. Her goal was
to produce excellent quality fleeces from healthy, productive
sheep. Sadly, due to health circumstances, she sold most of
the flock in the fall of 2013. Today she keeps a trio of
"woolies" for her own fiber and runs a few hair sheep to "eat off the
pasture and fill the freezer." Information about the new
owner of the flock can be found on the Fleece
for Sale page. Doug Paulus is planning on keeping
these quality fleeces available for handspinners as well as registered
breeding stock for shepherds.
numerous magazines throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Pegg is offering a
few of her favorite counted cross stitch patterns via this website. She
also has a line of her original knitting patterns available. Her goal
is to create knitting patterns that are as seamless as possible.
Pegg has had
fiber arts articles published in three countries as well as on the
Internet. Her article library is full of information from raising sheep
and angora rabbits to preparing and spinning fibers. All articles are
copyrighted material and may not be reproduced without the expressed
written consent of Pegg Thomas.
life-long dream, found fruitation in the "empty nest" years. Pegg is
currently looking to market a contemporary Christian fiction novel.
Stay tuned for updates on that.
Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.