The Yarn and Yoga Collective

Mindfully connecting independent farms, small businesses, and fiber artisans across the Southeastern U.S.


SHOP LOCAL FIBER

WHAT IS THE COLLECTIVE?

It's a mutually supportive network of independent farms and small businesses across the Southeastern U.S. with a shared passion for connecting fiber artisans to local producers, so that animals, people, and the earth may flourish.

EVENTS

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Spring 2019 Yarn and Yoga Retreat, June 13-16

Spring 2019 Yarn and Yoga Retreat, June 13-16

Knitting and yoga retreat at the beautiful and historic Parker Ranch in Clayton Georgia   June 13-16, 2019 Improve your knitting techniques and replenish your body...

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FEATURED FARMS

get to know your producers -- and their people!

“How She Farms,” www.howshefarms.com

“How She Farms,” www.howshefarms.com

Tutorials and hacks from a shepherdess who learned the hard way!

Liza McArthur, Merritt Farm

Liza McArthur, Merritt Farm

Suri alpacas, two pygora goats, chickens, gardens, dogs, and a guard llama named Solomon

Erin Greene, Last Penny Farm

Erin Greene, Last Penny Farm

Colored alpacas, farm consultations, grain sales, and manure sales to landscapers, nurseries and gardeners

Pam Avrett, Hard Earth Farm

Pam Avrett, Hard Earth Farm

Grade A raw goat's milk and produce, goat's milk soap, cashmere, homemade woven scarves, wool dryer balls, custom fiber items

Alison Gaub Waddell, Phoenix Farm Fiber

Alison Gaub Waddell, Phoenix Farm Fiber

Farm fresh wool and mohair, spinning, felting, and weaving supplies, handspun yarn, upcycled products and more

Theresa Vinson Stenersen, Spelling Tuesday Farm

Theresa Vinson Stenersen, Spelling Tuesday Farm

Icelandic sheep and heritage breed chickens in the mountains of western North Carolina