We can process alpaca (even suri!), llama, wool, and other fibers. Contact us with any questions about your fiber. Please call us prior to dropping fiber off at the mill as our hours are still stabilizing. You can also drop off fiber at the shop in Viroqua.
We are excited to work with you and your fiber! We can process large or small lots, and our commitment to you will be that we will provide you with excellent yarns, rovings and above all, excellent service. Our goal is to work with small-scale fiber producers to create personally rewarding products for themselves and their customers.
We pledge to use non-petroleum biodegrading soaps, heavy metal free dyes with non-toxic mordents, no chemicals for moth or shrink proofing, or for removing vegetable matter. We plan to invest in our community’s renewable energy initiatives, and research ways to use rainwater and solar to off set and partially run the mill equipment.
Our goal is to provide a need for local farms to diversify and start raising sheep; we are committed to sourcing local fleece for our very successful hand dyed yarn lines. We will be looking for fine wool from sheep such as Merino, Cormo, Rambouillet and Targhee, but other crosses and breeds can be just as wonderfully soft! We are happy to talk wool or fiber flock management with you, please contact Kathryn to set up an appointment.