Sans Peur Creations

Welcome to a new year and a new scope for Sans Peur Creations.

The Home of the Ugliest soaps you'll ever love and Trixy's udderly great goat milk soap. I have three types of goat milk soap starting June 1.. Natural, orchid oil and Marigold oil. Bars are 5 ounces and can be purchased for $4.00 each. When ordering please signify the variety you prefer.

For ugly soap in 7 ounce bars we have Grapefruit, coconut milk, oatmeal, marigold and lavender vanilla. I hope you will try each one for a great experience. Limited to stock on hand so order today.

In the summer we will be adding our felted soaps! We have a great stock building up of sheep, goats, llamas, and bunnies ready for you to use as washing buddies, don't want to use them to wash, then take advantage of their air lightening properties. More news later.

At the shows Lynn got excited about felted hats, What a great way for her to open her artistic delights and make great "Topper" accent pieces for any wardrobe or season.

The flock has been in the top 2 for the last 3 shows, come cheer us on at the Evergreen Fair in Monroe, the Chelan County Fair in Chelan and the Interstate Fair in Spokane Washington. After the fairs there is a gun show in Spokane, remember to place your orders ahead of time and have the soaps, hats, bags and other goodies ready to pick up and save shipping.

Basin Bags were sold to help with the feeding of animals at a rescue that needs to be rescued in Montana. We are honored to announce that the sells of bags were so great that we sent $1,000. for the feeding of this rescue. Now the animals have new homes and the emergency is over.

Available in Cat Food, Dog Food, Farm Feeds with Cows Horses and Rabbits, for a limited time we have a few deer bags.$15.00 per bag (now $7.50 each or 2 for $10.00) Fair comfort engineers are bringing their bags of varied animal feeds to me for the making of farm tote bags. Order your favorite farm animal now for best choices.

Fiber from our spinners flock is ready for your spinning pleasure. Llama, Angora Rabbit and Goat, Cashmere, Pygora, Cashpygora, Shetland, Merino Sheep, Romney Sheep, Jacob Sheep, Columbia Sheep, and Shearers Stash. That is if Lynn doesn't make another hat from the roving.

Regularly we have used machines and stash that is looking for a new home, please email us if your looking for just the right piece.

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Listing last updated on Aug 25, 2011

Fall is soon approaching, if you want to put in an order for a lamb, fleece to be shorn in the Spring, or looking for your holy day unblemished animal now is the time to put in that order. Over the winter I will be making more feed sack tote bags for the benefit of the animals in rescues and shelters, if you have a favorite organization and want the proceeds of your bags to go to them only, now is the time to set it up. Now is the time to enjoy the last days of summer, hug a sheep today.



Schedule and Location:

We are a bio secure location Marketing over the internet and at Regional Markets, Fiber and Fiber Animal Shows throughout the year. Email us for a listing of the locations we will be at this month and the classes we are teaching in your location.
Classes can be held privately or in group locations.



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