Welcome to the Bear Creek Ranch!
We are a family owned business by Fort Ransom, North Dakota. We raise Registered Romney sheep, white and natural. Contact us for breeding stock we may have available.
All of our products are made from wool that was raised here at the Bear Creek Ranch. Beautiful fiber art inspired by nature, by fiber artist Teresa Perleberg. Check out her one of a kind art in the felting gallery, or visit the store to purchase a piece of art to call your own!
We also provide supplies, kits and basic felting information. Learn how to needle felt with one of our kits All of our kits come with everything you need to make your own sculpture and detailed instructions, and all the wool provided comes from our own flock! Visit the store to see the kits and supplies available. Want to learn how to Needle felt? Live nearby? Contact Bear Creek Design to set up a class with Teresa!
Make sure to stop by the farm news page to keep updated on our new arrivals, and any events we may be attending! And please take a virtual tour of the Bear Creek Ranch and meet the farm residents.
A Cool map of all the sales through my Etsy shop.
A few pictures of my October projects. They are available to purchase in my Etsy shop.
Every once in a while I have to make an entire herd of African animals.
He is available to purchase in my Etsy shop.
I will only use your email to contact you if you win.
Find him in my Etsy shop.
Saturday October 4th at 10:00 am.
Dakota Fiber Mill, Kindred, ND.
Teresa Perleberg will provide all the tools and materials to make
this darling snowmen. All for $48 and includes lunch!
Call or text Chris: 701-238-4002
A few felting projects completed. They can be found in my Etsy shop.
Excited to be featured in the September/October 2014 issue of Sheep Magazine! Thanks Sheep!
My Kids have been working with their 4H animals all summer long. August is crunch time for getting them broke to lead. I have been wanting to work on a bigger project for some time and was inspired by my son Tucker’s 4H calf “Shep”. Each of my kids that are still at home have to beef animals that they have been working with and Shep was the most easy going and lovable of the bunch. Here are a few pictures of the felting process. I really enjoyed being able to run outside and look at shep when I needed to instead of just going by pictures.
He is available to purchase Here.