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C.H. Wool is a small business located just outside the Duvall City limits on Batten Road.  Chris and Christl Haymond raise Cotswold Sheep on their 12 acre “Muddy Meadow Farm.”   They also have chickens, ducks and turkeys, and seasonally raise pigs and a steer for meat.  In addition to growing their own meat, they have a large vegetable and berry garden to provide food for their family.

Cotswold sheep are a rare breed that has its origin in the Cotswold Hills of England.  They are a dual purpose breed, bred for both fleece and meat.  Their curly wool locks grow up to an inch per month, and the fleece has great luster.  Cotswold sheep's natural color comes in both white and black, the black containing many shades of grey, which spin to an interesting variety of yarns.  Cotswolds are a long wool breed, with medium soft fiber, which is great for rug making, felting, and knitting or crocheting outerwear, afghans, hats, socks and accessories.

Every year C.H. Wool shows sheep and wool at the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe, and at the Puyallup Fair. They have won many prizes for both their sheep and fleece.

Christl has been spinning her own wool for about twelve years, and has been making locker hooked rugs for eight years. She also makes braided roving rugs. She enjoys creating woolen crafts from start to finish - sheep raising to wool processing to a completed project. She likes having a booth at the Duvall Farmers’ Market where the public can see the beautiful fiber that comes from their sheep and what can be done with it.

C.H. Wool sells hand spun Cotswold yarn (natural colored, white, and dyed), curls and roving.  They offer raw or washed wool whole fleeces.  They also sell finished products such as sheep skins, locker hooked and braided rugs, trivets and coasters, and other accessories.  Every rug is a one-of-a-kind original. We are also open to taking on custom projects.

A photo book of past and present rugs is available at Christl's booth.  She would be happy to talk to you at the next market, or can be contacted via email ( or phone (425-788-7662) or check out C.H. Wool’s Facebook page.

Christl also brings fresh vegtables from her garden to the market this year.


Show your support for the market by displaying a Duvall Farmers Market yard sign. Especially appreciated if you live on a well travelled street. Stop by the info booth at the market to request one.

Duvall Poetry Open Mic

Wednesday, August 3rd at 7 pm
Duvall Library
Features Seattle based poet Michael Schmeltzer.

Music at the Market

Music this week original and cover performed by Rylie Franks.

Music partially sponsored by Duvall Foundation for the Arts.

Vendors August 4


Ayala Farm

Seasonal vegetables & fruits

Cha New Life Gardens

Seasonal vegetables, fruits & flowers

Hayton Berry Farm 

Blueberries, Marionberries, Golden Raspberries, Raspberries, Blackberries

Martin Family Orchards

Seasonal Tree Fruit: Peaches, Plums, Pluots, Apples, fruit spreads &  cider

Rainy Sunday Ranch

Seasonal vegetables, Herbs, tomatoes, melons, blueberries, Strawberries, plums apples, Dahlias

Green Raven Farm & River Willow Farm

Seasonal vegetables & grilled corn on the cob


Cherry Valley Dairy

Butter, soft cheeses, hard cheeses.  


CH Wool

Wool yarns, wool rugs & wool products

Heavenly Soap

Handcrafted scented soaps, shampoos and conditioners

Art Jewelry by Martin-Robinson Productions

Hand-knitted hats & Hand-beaded gemstone jewelry

Pete's Sharpening

Hand turned bowls, vases and pen's. Knives, scissors, pruners, loppers chisels etc. sharpened.


Flourless Goodies

Almond Cookies, Energy Goodies, Chocolate Truffles and Chocolate Coconut balls

Georgia's Bakery

Full array of baked goods


Infused Gourmet Company

Infused Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Salts & Pasta

Kombucha Town

Brewed tea drink.


314 Pie

Australian-style savory and sweet pies

Pompeii Wood Fired Pizza

Wood-fired thin-crust pizza with choice of toppings


Cedar Ridge Winery

Small lot bottled wine. Wine tasting is offered this year. 

SummerStage: August 3

Aaron Crawford

Summer Stage is Duvall Cultural Commission's free summer concert series and premier musical event. This week Aaron Crawford blends country with melodic rock.  Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 at McCormick Park. Event opens at 5:30 with Rotary beer & wine garden featuring Old Rock Brewery and food trucks provided by Cathouse Pizza, Secret Sausage &  Hot Revolution Donuts.

Market Logo Bags

Stop in the Market Info Booth and pick up your Market Logo Tote for an $8 donation.
Fold the large tote into the small attached pouch and hook it onto your keys, purse or belt loop.

Duvall Farmers Market Accepts
Debit, Credit & EBT

Please come to the Info Booth to scan your cards.

Fresh Bucks, FMNP WIC & SR
Matching Programs

Duvall Farmers Market will match the first $10 of EBT and up to 2 FMNP WIC or Senior vouchers each Market day. Please come to the Info Booth to receive your cards to purchase fresh produce.
Thank you to our generous anonymous donors for supporting this program.

As A Courtesy to our Neighboring Businesses:

Please use the designated Farmers Market parking in the lot by the old Union Bank building or parking available on the surface streets. ATM available at the Chevron station for cash.
Duvall Farmers Market appreciates support from the following local businesses:


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Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 219, PMB 190
Duvall, WA 98019

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