Spinning right out of the sheering bag, then washing the yarn, is the preferred way of spinning this no fuss no muss wool. You get all of the fine wool attributes with out all the cobwebbing and grease.


The American Blue Morrit Sheep was more or less an accident. If you really want to go back to the beginning it all started with trailer load of rescued, registered, Navajo Churro sheep. Some had never been shorn their entire lives.


Over all, the ABM is easy to work with. Generally healthy and resistant to many illnesses and parasites. The breed as a whole is highly recommended for first time sheep owners.