Rosehaven Alpacas & Mill focuses on small farms and clients who need different services. We make roving, batts, felted sheets, art felted items, dryer balls, core yarn and popcorn yarn. We wash and card all fibers including wool, goat, bunny, alpaca, suri alpaca, llama, camel and even have done dog. If you are looking for just sorting or scouring we do that too. Holly Jacobs our mill manager is amazing at hand dyeing. We sell yarn, knitted items from local artists including hats, scarves, gloves and mittens. we have a boutique that offers items made in USA as well as South America.  Rosehaven participates in the green market in union square and also the Holiday mart at Union Square in December also. Rosehaven Alpacas has over 100 alpacas for breeding and sales. We have blue ribbon and champion alpacas.

Michele Armour & Rob Bruce, Bethel, NY


Buck Brook Alpacas based locally in Roscoe. We raise alpacas and angora rabbits in a healthy and sustainable environment using as much as their luxury fiber to make yarn and exceptional fine goods.

Justin & Kara McElroy, Roscoe, NY


Fiber on Main is located on Main Street in the hamlet of Hurleyville, NY, is home to various fiber art workshops and classes – from beginning knitting and weaving to upcycled basket making and needle felting workshops. The studio is a community space where all levels interested in textile and fiber arts can come to learn and show off their creative stitchery sides.

Annie Cadden, Hurleyville, NY




Alpacas’s in the Glen is a family owned Alpaca Farm. We started raising Alpacas in 2005 so our disabled son would have daily chores to do and because we have a love of animals.  Alpacas were safe. friendly and cute. We could raise them and harvest their fiber with out having to harm the Alpacas. We purchased our first two alpacas, a Suri and Huacaya both males and quickly fell in love. Six months later we added a pregnant female with a cria at her side. We have since grown from that to as many as 68 at one point. We also raise Sheep and have raised and rescued Great Pyrenees.

We have been involved with Showing Alpacas for 13 years and I have taken classes for sorting and grading fiber and for the last 4 years have managed  a fiber mill. I was a part of the Empire alpaca Association for 7 1/2 years.

Holly & Todd Jacobs, Smithville Flats, NY




We have a slight obsession with fabric and all things knitting so we took that energy and put it into creating project bags and knitting accessories as well as our own hand dyed yarn. Come join us on YouTube for our Crafty Toads weekly podcast.

Helen & Mary Beth Graham, Beach Haven, NJ




Providing Pedigree Satin Angora Rabbits from beautiful rolling hills of Saratoga County, NY




Mother-Daughter indie dying yarn and knitting novelties company. Specializing in worsted, aran, and chunky/bulky weight yarns. All our novelty products are customizable.

Judy Gallo




Will-O-Wool Sheep Farm is nestled in the lush, rolling hills of the Beechwoods in Callicoon, NewYork, the Sullivan County Catskills. We are surrounded by dairy farms and just minutes from Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center, the Delaware River and Pennsylvania.

We raise Border Leicester, Black Welsh Mountain and Finnsheep.  All of our sheep are raised for yarn and quality wool products.  Each fleece with its own special uniqueness and quality is a hand spinner’s delight!

Gail Carbone, Callicoon, NY




Specializing in hand-dyed luxury yarns.

Christa Hobson, Orangeville, PA




Our farm is located in Clarendon, just south of Holley, NY and is home to a collection of both Huacaya and Suri Alpaca. Our Alpacas provide us with beautiful fiber that is made into Roving, Yarn and a variety of apparel. We are now also going into the breeding and showing side of the alpaca industry.

Our focus is on fiber use education. We pride ourselves with providing high-quality continuous strand weaving looms and the education to use them. We love teaching new and old weavers how to use our looms to create beautiful handmade products.

Theresa & Charles Jewell, Holley, NY


Stacy Cohen, Bethel, NY


Hand felting with beautiful material made out of natural animal fibers.  I use the best quality sheep wool (mostly merino), combined with silk, mohair, alpaca- all hand dyed- even yarns and angelina fibers to make hats, scarves, vests and vessels. Using these materials,soapy water and friction ( rolling the wet fibers), ” felting magic” happens and a sturdy non woven fabric is created.

Denise Tarbox, Newark Valley, NY


Adirondack Yarns was established in 2003 in the Village of Lake Placid. For 15 years our shop welcomed many locals and tourists from the US and other countries. During this time we started traveling around the country participating in fiber shows and meeting new fiber friends. We have now closed the door of our shop in hopes to continue to create more offerings on the internet and expand our travel circuit.

Sue & Peter Coffrin, Lake Placid, NY


We are a small hobby farm specializing in exotic animal fiber for hand spinners, knitters, and crocheters. We offer small batch custom blending.

Dawn Rzeszot, Fort Edward, NY


Residing on 25 acres in central Maryland at the base of picturesque Sugarloaf Mountain, A Paca Fun Farm is the home of Jo, Neil and Bari Padgett. Established in 1999, we started with 5 alpacas and plenty of “can do” spirit. Now nationally known, we host a herd of about 150 show quality huacayas of all colors.

Jo, Neil and Bari Padget, Maryland


Being fashionable is not being on trend. It’s more about attitude, about showing up everyday saying: “Here I am! I’m an original! I’ve got something to say!” only without saying a word. You deserve fun, eye-catching fashions that are as unique as your heart beat, that feeds your soul, and makes YOU stand out in a world full of beige.

Jo Padget, Maryland


Handmade goat milk soaps, goat milk lotions, bath bombs, and bug sprays.

Peggy Van Force



Sarah Lamana, LaFayette, NY


Unplanned Peacock Studio is a hand dyeing studio located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, in the tiny town of Ferrum.  Natasha Laity Snyder is the primary artisan who dyes all the yarn.  She has a degree in costume design, which translates perfectly to the business of making gorgeous supplies for fiber artists.

Natasha Laity-Snyder, Ferrum, VA


We love creating beautiful, bright, and unique colorways that we hope will inspire your beautiful and unique creations. Our goal is to make art that you can use to create your beautiful works of art. That is why all of our vibrant colorways are always 100% hand dyed, so that our passion for the fiber arts will be in every yard of yarn, just as your passion goes into every stitch.

Kelly Straub, Norristown, Pa


We make all of our felted figures ourselves, here in our studio in Housatonic Massachusetts. Our felting kits contain 100% US made products, and are designed, and packed here in the studio as well. Keeping it local, and keeping it handmade!!

Melinda Vansant & Jennifer Vansant, Housatonic, Ma


Industrial felt has been the most obvious choice of fabrics to work with. My designs are influenced and determined by the fabric itself, its density and thickness control how it can be worked, how the bags can be constructed, and simplicity is the intended result.

Crisp clean lines and edges, classic, elegant, timeless, durable and long lasting.  All products are made in grey felt, leather handles are fastened with rivets. Needle felted circles of hand-dyed fiber can be added for ‘bursts of color’ and create a design element of their own.

Julia Hilbrandt, Rhinebeck NY


Hope grew up on a farm in Pennsylvania where she learned to appreciate the simple way of living. She was constantly surrounded by family treasures and the love her parents found in those particular antiques.  Hope’s love for all things handmade, timeworn and earthy inspires her to create from raw wool. She loves to wash, dye, spin and then knit or crochet homespun yarn into stylish accessories as well as encourage others to be creative.

Hope Horn, Bangor, Pa
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Ancient Threads Farm raises Shetland & Icelandic Sheep and dyes high quality yarns with natural dyes.

Pittstown, NY


European Sheepskins products come from the tanning culture of Central Europe. The region has been making high-quality leather products since the middle ages. Our skilled tanners have adapted a generations-long tradition to modern tastes in luxury.

European Union environmental regulations are the most stringent, and European workers earn a fair standard of living. Our tanners are proud to make products they could afford to buy themselves.

By purchasing European Sheepskins, you are supporting sustainable practices and skilled craftsmen. Our business is founded on respect for our customers, the environment, and the workers who make these wonderful products.

Treat yourself to some European comfort!

Jim Walters, Buffalo, NY


Jayme is a fiber artist, female entrepreneur and alpaca farm manager for Sage Hill Farms Alpacas where we have 40 wonderful alpacas & lots of alpaca fiber. SHF carries a range of alpaca socks to keep your feet happy along with hats, scarves and blankets. Jayme creates felted alpaca scarves and wraps through her business, Alpaca Whimsy.

Jayme Hettinger


Dachinger Wools houses a micro mill and a full line of farm to you, yarns and wools for all fiber artists and enthusiasts.

Our wools and fibers are washed and dyed in house. Each skein of our yarn is spun for us by the skilled folks at Green Mountain Spinnery in Putney Vermont. We’ve been enjoying their services for over 20 years. We receive our yarn on cones then split the cones ourselves into skeins so the yardage is exact. We skein dye our yarns in house.

Lisa Dachinger, Pittsfield, MA


Our main focus is our award-winning English Angora rabbit herd; we lovingly harvest their fiber in a humane manner by gently brushing them (providing spinners with a longer staple), and on occasion we breed and have baby bunnies available!

The other passion that we share is creating barn quilts: we paint traditional quilt patterns on quality wood, and market them to dress up barns or other outdoor structures.

Pam Kurst, Worcester, NY


Handmade hippie inspired creations!

Marge Furness, Medina, NY


Alpaca rug balls.

Susan Watson Jackson, Deposit, NY


We are a full-service yarn shop located in Upstate New York. The shop specializes in local products, featuring Foster Farm yarn. Fleeces from the flock of Romney, Border Leicester, and Wensleydale sheep, are sent to Battenkill Fibers in nearby Greenwich, New York to be spun into a variety of yarns. Once returned to the farm, the skeins are dyed one of many custom colors created by Carole. In addition to the Foster Farm yarns, the shop hosts visiting artists, selling their own local fibers, as well as Berroco, Cascade, Tahki, Lang, Opal, Noro, Juniper Moon and American Lamb Yarn products. Of course, if you are in need of patterns or needles, you can find those here too!

Carole Foster, Schuylerville, NY


Enjoy hand spun and hand knit wearables, spinning videos and more… Cowls, wraps and wearables on this page are for sale. Please email and check for availability as some of them travel with us to artisan shows and fairs

Somerset, NJ


Catskill Merino is a woman-owned, small farm in the Hudson Valley of New York. We raise Saxon Merino sheep that produce superfine merino wool. Every purchase makes a difference on a small farm. We love our sheep and know you will love their wool!

Hudson Valley, NY


The Oldest Yarn Store in New York. We specialize in high-end yarns at discounted prices. Cashmere, baby camel, yak, silk, cotton, merino wool and more. Full line of Karabella Yarns. Beautiful hand-dyed yarns. Knitting patterns. Knitting and crocheting lessons.

New York City, NY


Olivier and Patricia and their two daughters join a passion for fiber with a passion for breeding beautiful, high quality alpacas. They started their alpaca farm in the Hudson Valley with a search for what to do with their six acres of land in upstate New York. The beauty of alpacas and the luxurious fiber they produced presented an ideal business opportunity for the Gillotins, building on their skill and experience with textiles. As both Olivier and Patricia come to the alpaca business with a strong professional connection to the textile and fashion industries.

Warwick, NY


My dolls started from humble beginnings after I went through a life-changing divorce… I found myself creating these lovely dolls gave me the inspiration to bring history to life and share my talents with young and old by teaching them how to sew. Out of that grew the emergence of a traditional sewing circle 😁many wonderful things evolved through the passion of repurposing modern and vintage materials and using a variety of fibers from flax line, cotton yarn, bamboo yarn to alpaca roving, merino wool.


I always loved creating things when I was younger, but I couldn’t seem to find something that could keep my interest. Then I found my first creative love – quilting. I loved everything about it; the colors, patterns, fabric, the process, and especially the feeling of being able to wrap the finished product around my shoulders.

Quilting, however, isn’t very portable so when it was time to go off to college I had to find something new. I had knit some in the past but it never quite stuck. It wasn’t until I came across the fiber arts community of that the obsession started. I have gotten seemingly limitless amounts of inspiration from that site and have learned so much about different crafts and techniques that I never knew existed. It still amazes me just how much you can do with wool. It is a wonderful feeling to slip on a pair of cozy socks and a warm sweater that you made yourself on a cold winter day. I am eager to keep learning new techniques and expanding my fiber arts knowledge. I’ve recently dabbled in needle felting and weaving on a rigid heddle loom, which I am also enjoying.

Jermyn, PA


You set a bunch of good things in motion when you buy from CeCe’s Wool.

We’re a little company in New York State that wants to do big things in the world of sustainable pet products. We’re dog lovers. Sheep lovers. People in love with farming and the rural way of life.

Our products are good for your pet, good for small family farms, and good for the earth.

Guilderland, NY


We offer Cotswold Sheep, Cotswold Fiber, including fleeces, yarn, roving and locks from our sheep born and raised in Richmondville, New York in Schoharie County.

Richmondville, NY


My Interests for creating one-of-a-kind Vixen wearable art include the healing power of stones, metals, wire, fibers and color. Recently I learned techniques for needle and wet felting wool and decided to bring them together with the look of free form crochet, wearable art garments, scarves and wraps and chainmaille and metals in my shop. Each piece is crafted with the idea of texture, shape, color and comfort existing in perfect harmony so that the designs are as joyful to wear as they are to perceive.

It is my ultimate desire that my wearers embrace the power of the feminine and their own strong and beautiful spirits! The pieces are hand made by me with love and care, and it is my hope that they will make every wearer feel and look beautiful.


Knits4Comfort began in 2014 when I decided to take my stress-reliever of wanting to make pretty things and made it into a great company and part-time gig! I love the reaction everyone has when they receive a warm and cozy hand-knitted good and the amazing colors people gravitate to. This joy has made me more passionate about spreading this feeling to those who live around the world with my unique hand-dyed yarn.

There is only one worker bee in this company, and that is me! Unless you count my #1 fiber festival sherpa (my dad). I hand-dye all of the products that are sold under the name “Knits4Comfort” in the comfort of my 2nd bedroom closet (seriously!).


Art & Function, Ukrainian Handmade: We have knits, woven things, yarns produced from our animals fiber; Ukrainian beadwork; natural handmade soaps – made by myself, and my husband’s pottery.


EC Yarn Sonnets hand dye’s their gorgeous and one-of-a-kind yarns.


When I was little, I used to spend lots of time at my maternal grandmother’s house. It was during that time that she taught me how to sew quilts – in fact, I still have a few quilts she gifted to me, one of them made from different fabric she had used to make me clothing while I was growing up.

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