Meet the Growers and Their Flocks
Anne and her family have been working with Polypay sheep (and several other breeds) at their Illinois farm for decades. The fiber and yarn are beautiful, natural blends and I'm happy to feature both their fiber and yarn in the shop. Check out our interview with Anne and then head over to the Flock Farm Yarn Shop to see her beautiful yarn, roving, and combed top!
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Elena Miller-ter Kuile
Elena hails from beautiful Colorado and raises a diverse flock of wonderful sheep on a 6th generation farm. We're fortunate to have several natural shades of CVM/Wensleydale and CVM/Merino in the shop. You can check out my interview with Elena here.
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Eleni works with Alpaca and Angora goats in Utah. She has a lovely flock that produces beautiful naturally colored fiber--you can see a range of the colors in the Flock Farm Yarn Shop! And, she's well-connected to the Utah fiber and farm scene. Check out our interview with Eleni and then head over to the Flock Farm Yarn Shop to see her beautiful yarn!
You can also follow Eleni on social media:
Lisa shepherds a beautiful flock of Angora and Cashmere goats, along with a few friendly Alpaca! Her Mostly Mohair yarn adds some gorgeous luster to the Flock Farm Yarn Shop and we're lucky enough to have a handful of hand dyed colorways in stock. Want to know more about this central NY flock? Check out my interview with Lisa here.
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A 5th generation rancher, Kami Noyes knows a thing or two about fiber and sheep! Read an interview with Kami of Ranching Tradition Fiber and check out the beautiful Targhee-Ramboullet yarn we have in the Flock Farm Yarn Shop.
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I would love to talk with you about placing your yarn in the shop and featuring your flock here! Please get in touch with me via email.
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