Sycamore Farms NC Peg Loom!

Sycamore Farms NC has a great tool to help you make that perfect handmade gift!  A Peg Loom!  You can use rags, bags, yarn, roving, etc. for this peg loom.  We have seen little 3 year olds learn to weave on this peg loom.  Easy to learn and easy to use.  Once you learn how to weave, you can make a scarf in about 15 minutes.

This video demonstrates how easy weaving can be.  Be sure to check out our shop and purchase this loom today.  Use your imagination and watch what happens.  Let your creativity soar!  Make chair pads, scarves, blankets, wall hangings, etc.

If you want a hands on experience with this loom, be sure to book a farm tour today and you can try your hand at weaving.  There is always something new and always something to do at Sycamore Farms NC!

The peg loom is made out of sturdy wood that will stand up to even the toughest materials.  Being able to make your friends and family a handmade gift that was made with your own hands is a rare opportunity and one that you can be proud of.  So, what are you waiting for?  Be sure to purchase your Sycamore Farms NC peg loom today!

Sycamore Farms NC Farm Tours!

Sycamore Farms NC

Be sure to book your Sycamore Farms NC farm tour today!  We have brand new babies on the farm and they won’t stay little for very long!

You can fill out our contact form and we will book a date just for your group!


Come out and learn all about the Shetland Sheep at Sycamore Farms NC and feed them an animal cracker or two!

Only 8 Shetland Fleeces Left!

FigOnly 8 fleeces left! Wow! 2 of those may be taken, too! I cannot believe the great response to our little Shetland Sheep!

We have worked so hard for softness and it looks like it is paying off! Looking forward to hearing from everyone once they receive their fleeces.

Thanks to all of those who purchased a fleece from Sycamore Farms – Mills River, NC​! :)

Shetland Fleeces Galore!!

Shetland SheepI am blown away by the response to our Shetland fleeces!  I will be a busy girl as I work through my HUGE list of “fleece seekers”!

I am so excited to see others who love Shetland fleeces like we do!  Remember if you love Shetland fleeces, we also sell these marvelous creatures.

If you would like one of your very own, let us know.

We would be happy to talk with you about what we have for sale.  Be sure to like us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest and be sure to share us with your friends!

Have a great Sunday!!


31 boxes of yummy Shetland fleeces!

fleeces331 boxes of yummy, yummy fleeces!  WOW!  What a day at Sycamore Farms NC!  The weather was GREAT and we had over 60 people show up to help and experience this day with us.

Now all of our fleeces are skirted and ready to go to their new homes!


This year our fleeces are lustrous and soft.  We have a variety of colors, crimp and staple length to choose from.  If you see one you would like, let us know.  I definitely consider today a HUGE success!  Thanks to all of you that came out and made today happen!

Thanks for your patience!

We have so many exciting things happening here at Sycamore Farms NC!!  thimble

I took brand new pictures of our flock and can’t wait to share them.  Tomorrow 3/7 is our big Shearing Day at the farm!

  • We are looking forward to having all of our visitors experience this fun time.
  • Thanks for your patience as we are continuing to add to and update our new farm site.
  • Feel free to look around and ask us any questions you may have.

Be sure to bookmark us and like us so that you can keep up with the changes being made to the site.  We want the Sycamore Farms NC website to be as user and mobile friendly as possible.


Sheep Lovers, Welcome!

17Hey Everyone!  We are so excited to be launching our updated farm site!  If you are new here we welcome you and if you have been to our site before, Welcome Back!

Shetland Sheep are our specialty and we love sharing what we know with others. While you are on the site be sure to bookmark us and keep up with our blog posts.

Sycamore Farms NC is an educational blog/site with the sole purpose of teaching others about these marvelous little animals.  There is always something new and exciting to learn.

Some of the answers you will find on our site:

  • Where did the Shetland Sheep come from?
  • What is their coat called?
  • Can I meet the sheep and see your farm?
  • What do they eat?
  • How do I know if I am purchasing a “good” sheep?
  • Do they need vaccinations?
  • How can I purchase a sheep?
  • What do they eat?

and much, much more!