Farm2Yarn was born of my desire to share high-quality, unique fiber--from roving to yarn--with others who have the same passion for handcrafted fiber arts that I do. I buy raw fiber from small farms--sometimes even participating in the shearing--and then I have it processed and blended at a family-owned mill. Some of the fiber--especially the baby alpaca--I process myself, blending it with tussah silk, cashmere, merino or angora for sale in small, rare batches. Once the fiber has been processed into roving, it might be sold outright, dyed, painted, spun, or spun and then plied with beads. Whatever form it's in, the quantities are extremely limited so make sure you buy enough for your project as each lot represents an entire year's fleece production and availability, color, and texture vary from year to year.
Alpaca, yak, llama and sheep fiber hand-selected at small North American farms.