WHERE IT ALL STARTS
Our products originate in the pastures of
Michigan and surrounding states. Serving
the fiber farming community, we process
animal fibers from the time the animals are shorn to the finished usable products. The climate and environment influence the characteristics of the sheep’s wool, llama and alpaca fibers. These factors provide another dimension to the yarn and clothing produced using these fibers.
LEVELS OF SERVICE
Our Michigan fiber mill offers services specific to each customer’s needs. Fiber can be completely processed from its raw state to completed yarn. We can also provide fibers at any intermediate form of processing including washed and dried fleece, batts and roving. We offer fiber blending with Columbia, Suffolk, and Merino wools to add stability and movement to your own fibers.
Yarn made from sheep, alpaca, llama, angora bunnies and cashmere goats produces high quality yarns with lots of variations to meet every knitting, weaving, and crocheting need. Yarn weights include lace, sock, DK, worsted, bulky, and core spun. Spinners can choose from a range of textures and colors of batts and roving to create their own hand-spun yarns.
Please take time to prepare your fiber prior to shipping to us! Skirting carefully at home saves you money and prevents an inferior finished product.