Teresa Perleberg raises a flock of Romney sheep and uses their wool to make beautiful realistic sculptures using the art of needle felting. She and her family live on a farm in North Dakota where they raise sheep, cattle and chickens. After realizing that others wanted to learn her felting techniques she designed needle felting kits to help beginners learn how to needle felt. In 2018 Teresa Partnered her business with Chris Armbrust of Dakota Fiber Mill. In her mill Chris produces beautiful yarn from our sheep as well as many other felt products such as Tote Bags, alpaca insoles, wool and alpaca felt coasters. Chris lives on a farm in North Dakota and raises Alpacas and sheep. Together Teresa and Chris are renovating a 100 year old school building (The Nome Schoolhouse) in North Dakota to further the education and enjoyment of fiber arts and to allow others to experience life with the animals that produce the fiber.


Bear Creek Felting