As a member of the Mountain and Valley Wool Association, I source my fleeces from the upper Rio Grande region of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. This includes the Four Corners area of Colorado and New Mexico, and from the Navajo Reservation. Each fleece is purchased for the unique color and softness of the fiber. I wash, dry, card spin and then ply and skein each skein myself. Every colored wool skein is labeled from the farm and animal that it came from, so you know what animal produced your yarn. My supply of colors vary. Each full fleece can produce up to 12 to 14 skeins.