Anette Skoog is a veterinarian, Gotland sheep breeder and professional Scandinavian skinnfell (sheepskin coverlets) maker. She learned the art of skinnfell making in her country of origin, Sweden, and has taught classes and exhibited her work in many locations in North America since moving to the USA in 2016. She has received recognition for her work at juried art and craft shows such as American Craft Council yearly show in Baltimore and Winter Park Art Festival in Orlando. Skoog has taught Scandinavian traditional handcraft at well known shows in the wool and fiber community including Maryland Sheep & Wool, Wisconsin Sheep & Wool and Estes Park wool market. Anette left her corporate career in the pharmaceutical industry to establish a 500 sheep/200 cattle livestock operation and has bred Gotland Sheep for more than 15 years. Today, she and her family run a 100 ewe Gotland flock for meat, wool and pelt production and live on a farm in northwest Michigan. Annette’s time is spent raising sheep, creating fiber arts and caring for the land on the family farm. She also competes on the national level in the sport of archery and has been ranked as top- 16th senior female recurve archer in USA 2020.