Lambing and new creative project

I just came in from feeding a lamb in the paddock. It’s 11pm and the sky was still bright enough for me to be able to walk about without a light. A snipe was drumming overhead either looking for a mate or establishing its territory. The lamb went into feed from its mother who had

Spring 2021 – Summer is coming!

An update from Isle of Auskerry  One of the hardest things about this last year has been the lack of personal contact with our lovely customers. As a result, we decided to stay in touch with you by launching a quarterly newsletter to share what’s been happening at Isle of Auskerry. In this weather the Northern

Seaweed-eating sheep make wool yarn to cherish

Our magnificent native seaweed-eating sheep have their favourite food washed up fresh twice-a-day. They are living a completely natural life in a beautiful place. This high quality of life results in the purest wool yarn, free from chemicals, free from stress, and completely sustainable. Auskerry has two flocks of sheep each instinctively belonging, or ‘hefted’

Christmas Delivery

Orkney has been having some very severe weather with High winds as well as ice and snow. As a result we cannot guarantee delivery in time for Christmas if you order after December 15th. We will of course do our best to dispatch orders as quickly as possible. We wish all our customers a very

New Look Website

We’re very pleased to announce the launch of our new website. With a totally revamped shop, and a brand new blog, we’re looking forward to posting updates from the Island and rolling out some great new items. To thank you for your continued support (we really do appreciate it), we have a limited time voucher