Hi, I’m Holly Callahan-Kasmala. I’m a long time fiber artist, micro farmer, ceramic artist, former librarian with a Master’s degree in Historical Studies, and cohost of Coffee with the Chicken Ladies podcast. The Baltimore Wool Company is my studio, located in beautiful northern Baltimore County, Maryland.  I spin, dye, weave, knit, felt, and create textile art using fleece from my lovely herd of Jacob and Hog Island sheep, and llamas and alpacas, as well as wool grown by much-loved sheep from other local farms. I sell spinning fibers and yarn on my Etsy store and at select local events.  I am a registered fiber provider for the Livestock Conservancy’s Save ’em to Shave ’em program and I do give passport stickers with each qualifying purchase.


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Pamela Jenkins March 30, 2022 / 6:05 pm

    Hi Holly. My name is Pamela Jenkins. Are the same Holly Callahan I took a spinning lesson with back in the early 2000’s, whose cousin Tim was a drummer with Loch Raven Pipes and Drums?


    • Holly March 31, 2022 / 12:45 pm

      Hi, Palema! Yes, that’s me. How are you? Are you still spinning?


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