Highly recommended by our fiber diva Kathy Otto Kenworthy, Blue Mountain Farm & Fiber Mill offers a multiplex of services: washing, picking, carding for roving and batting, pin drafting, spinning, and custom dyeing. For more information, check their blog located on their website. Consider visiting their Knitters Dream Store for mill-generated luscious fiber. This mill leaves nothing to chance for the consumer. Check their Fiber Mill Price List and their Fiber Mill Order Form. Be sure to view their Tips and Suggestions before sending fiber and their Photo Gallery (scroll down to view). Blue Mountain Farm & Fiber Mill welcomes your business, new or returning clients, small or large orders. For more information, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-599-7665. Follow them on Facebook.
THE SHEPHERD’S MILL, INC.
FLAGGY MEADOW FIBER WORKS
Stonehedge Fiber Mill is at least 157 years old as a working farm; throughout its history it has evolved to becoming a fiber mill that specializes in Shepherd’s Wool Yarn but diversifies in every aspect of fiber production. So, specialization and diversification, a wonderful place for a historic farm re-purposing itself to locate.
Wales, United Kingdom
In the heart of south Wales, Solva Woollen Mill weaves stunning rugs using traditional methods and original 19th century looms. The mill opened in 1907, when the machinery was powered by a water wheel which was restored to its former glory to celebrate the mill’s centenary. The mill specializes in blankets, rugs and stair carpets and has had several notable commissions over the years, including a tweed suit in 1929 for Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald and more recently, rugs for Prince Charles’ Welsh residence, Llwynwormwood. Welsh Tapestry floor rugs are machine washable, and being reversible, you get two color options with each one.