I am Rebecca Rowan, a homeschooling, breastfeeding, home-birthing, cloth diapering (but really just normal) stay at home Mom of two beautiful girls, 4 and 2 years old and I make the dryer balls from the wool off the sheep from my Dad’s farm, Maple Hill Romney’s, in Lafayette, Indiana.
My 100% Wool Dryer Balls are naturally colored with no dyes added. They will also decrease static cling as well as fluff up clothing without using a conventional dryer sheet that is full of harmful chemicals plus they are 100% reusable and very durable! These balls are made of roving and sometimes have a string of yarn felted to them, but there is no way the wool will come apart after being felted! The more you use the better your results and wool dryer balls are so easy to use. Simply leave them in the dryer and use them with every load.
Want to meet some of the other moms who help make our fabulous dryer balls?
Christine is a mom of six lively girls and homeschools them all! She loves making chocolate, canning, gardening, living green and healthy. They also live on a farm and have two horses!
A cherished Grandmother of 12 (almost 13) and mother to 2 daughters, Alice is very busy. She also enjoys clean eating, reading and spending time with all her grandkids.
Christy is a Michigan stay at home mom with two boys, a very energetic almost 3 year old and a smiley 10 month old, and a great husband of 7 years. She loves the outdoors and they take full advantage of their beautiful seasons to cross country ski, hike, bike and go boating. Prior to their kiddo adventure, she graduated from Purdue University studying Nutrition, Fitness and Health and was a Health Coach for several years before being promoted to Mom.