Navajo Churro fiber products source directory.
Click on any of the links below to go to independent offerings of Navajo-Churro Sheep Association member's web sites, offering various products from this incredibly versatile animal. For raw fleeces, click here to go to the fleece directory.
Phone: (503) 538-7987
Lana Dura felt products are made entirely of Navajo-Churro wool in its many wonderful and sumptuous natural colors. We make 3 ft by 4 ft felt pieces, lined tote bags in two sizes, and two sophisticated zipper bags - sized to hold either a Kindle (small "Bolsita") or an IPad (large"Bolsita"). Lana Dura products are made in northern New Mexico from Navajo-Churro wool grown on farms in NM, Vermont, Maine, Pennsylvania… totally American, chemical-free, and sustainable! Each felt and bag is unique and special.
Navajo-Churro roving in several colors and yarns in both natural sheep colors and plant dyed. All yarns are single ply and spun at 600-800 yards per pound. Perfect for weaving! Finished woven, braided, and locker hooked items. Looms and weaving tools as well.
To be listed, here's the requirements:
* Farms must be paid up members of the N-CSA.
* Products (yarn, roving, weavings, buttons, skulls, etc) should be produced from Navajo-Churro sheep.
* $10 annual fee is paid to the N-CSA office (click here for info). Fee also allows inclusion into the fleece directory. A short descriptive paragraph of offerings, as well as a photograph, should be sent with the fee.