I have been a fiber artist and raising sheep for over 30 years. Being raised on a farm in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, I have a connection to nature and it’s natural beauty. Though the land, the relationship with the land and the animals are key elements in my life.
Inspiration for color in my hand dyed woolen’s, fibers, felts and yarns are from the landscape and it’s ever so changing seasons.
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Important Information About Our Products

I kettle dye each dye pot, every effort has been made to exhaust the dyed fiber, yarn, and fabric. Please wash in cold water,mild soap,rinse with cold water. Roll up in towel to remove excess water. Do not use agitation, this may result in shrinking and felting.

If you are felting wet felting with our fiber, hot water and soap may cause the color to bleed. Rinse finished item in cold water 2 Tablespoons of white vinegar in apx. 1 gallon of water per 1/4 pound fiber.

Color Guides

I have tried to capture the true color of the dye lot colorway in the photo of the fiber,yarn and or fabric. What you see in the photo is the inventory in stock. Colors in monitors can vary from Monitor to Monitor.

We have additional inventory that has not yet made it to our website. If there is a particular item you’re looking for that isn’t listed please contact us.

If you are interested Carded Batts please contact us for more information or stay tuned for updates to the website.