Local Fiber Producers and Artists
Found at The Cat and Crow

Over 50% of our offerings
are from local farms or artists!

Alpacas of Prairie Station -- Great hand-dyed alpaca yarns in worsted weight as well as an alpaca/nylon blend sock yarn and hand-carded batts of alpaca in beautiful colors.

Anthony Acres -- Alpaca boot socks, yarn, and raw fleece.

Beauty from the Earth -- Photo cards and magnets celebrating plant nature.

Blackberry Ridge Woolen Mill -- Yarns of all types and colors! www.blackberry-ridge.com

Colorfield Farm -- Silky and rich hand dyed mohair locks great for felting or spinning.

Coneflower Farm -- Natural colors of Corriedale in worsted and sport weight yarn.

Four Crows Farm -- Gorgeous roving (mostly Corriedale from the farm) and hand dyed commercial yarns.

Fredericka Schilling -- Eco-friendly photo cards and knitting patterns.

GalPaca Farm -- Alpaca socks, local honey, and natural colors of Alpaca yarns labeled with a picture of the animal from which the fiber came. Check out more here.

Hidden Valley Woolen Mill -- Fingering hand dyed wool yarn from Wisconsin Coopworth sheep in solid and variegated colors.  Check out their mill and other products here

In the Woods Studio -- Hand made hair clips, pins, fingerless gloves, and more.  You can find more of Gwyn's art on her Etsy page.

Jangle Soapworks -- Great soaps made with organic goat's milk from the farm.  We carry soap, body butter, lotion bars, and soap gnomes!  www.janglesoapworks.com

Lilac Ridge Farm --  Pygora clouds, soft and beautiful hand dyed yarns, small batts of rare breed blends.

Liz Miller -- Needle felted acorns (in season) and pin cushions, all done by hand!

Maid Marion Cottage Industries -- hand carded fine wool roving. www.circlemfarm.com

Marvelous Melissa -- Recycled wool cat toys that will make your cats happy.

Raspberry Retreat Llama Haven -- Soft and drape-y llama yarn in bulky and worsted weight.

Sandy's Palette -- Hand dyed yarn (worsted and sock) and hand dyed roving. www.sandyspalette.com

Spinner's Ark Farm -- 100% llama yarn and mixed fiber roving in great natural colors.

Three Irish Girls -- Gorgeous hand-dyed yarns from Duluth, MN.  Using U.S. wool if possible; this is truly a local product! www.threeirishgirls.com

Wanna Do Herbs -- Delight your senses with lavender sachets or bathtub tea from Amy, a young woman with autism who grows and harvests organic herbs to make into these great products.

White Swan Group -- Fine pewter buttons and shawl pins hand made in Delavan, WI.

Wool from Over the Hill -- Dorset roving and yarn, dyed in bright colors at Blackberry Ridge

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