FiberThyme

FiberThyme - A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm

Maine, United States · 988 Sales

FiberThyme

FiberThyme - A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm

Maine, United States 988 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(202)

Announcement   Incredibly soft home grown Maine fiber for knitters, spinners, weavers and felt artists.

By supporting A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm, you support women in small-scale, sustainable agriculture.

Our sheep are bred for their soft fiber, and the barn is full of happy ewes growing more wool for you. Our flock includes Romney crosses, Finn crosses, and some Border Leicester and Corriedale too. We invite you to visit our farm when you are in the area (just call ahead), and to see what is happening here visit our website at www.awrinkleinthymefarm.com or find us on Facebook.

Our farm is named A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm using the concept of tesseract (time travel) from the book by Madeline L'Engle. At A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm we like to do things the old-fashioned way when we can. For example, we use a draft horse for collecting sap for maple syrup, we sometimes dye wool with plants from the farm, and we hand spin for pleasure and family gifts.

We feature farmspun (not handspun) yarns, made with fiber from our own animals. We shear the animals, wash and dye and sometimes card the fiber. Our yarn is 100% wool or a blend including 20% local angora. Each 200 yard skein of yarn is tagged with an image of the animal that grew it.

We offer Fiber CSA shares, Thyme Tile patterns for needle felting, needle felting supplies, roving for spinning, yarn, and much more. Workshops at the farm include dyeing with plants, felting landscapes, and fun dyeing techniques using acid dyes.

Announcement

Incredibly soft home grown Maine fiber for knitters, spinners, weavers and felt artists.

By supporting A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm, you support women in small-scale, sustainable agriculture.

Our sheep are bred for their soft fiber, and the barn is full of happy ewes growing more wool for you. Our flock includes Romney crosses, Finn crosses, and some Border Leicester and Corriedale too. We invite you to visit our farm when you are in the area (just call ahead), and to see what is happening here visit our website at www.awrinkleinthymefarm.com or find us on Facebook.

Our farm is named A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm using the concept of tesseract (time travel) from the book by Madeline L'Engle. At A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm we like to do things the old-fashioned way when we can. For example, we use a draft horse for collecting sap for maple syrup, we sometimes dye wool with plants from the farm, and we hand spin for pleasure and family gifts.

We feature farmspun (not handspun) yarns, made with fiber from our own animals. We shear the animals, wash and dye and sometimes card the fiber. Our yarn is 100% wool or a blend including 20% local angora. Each 200 yard skein of yarn is tagged with an image of the animal that grew it.

We offer Fiber CSA shares, Thyme Tile patterns for needle felting, needle felting supplies, roving for spinning, yarn, and much more. Workshops at the farm include dyeing with plants, felting landscapes, and fun dyeing techniques using acid dyes.

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Midnight Unicorn Thyme Tile Needle Felting Kit
US$14.50
S01 Large Needle Felting Kit
US$18.00
Felting Roving Kit
US$4.00
101 "Beagle" Thyme Tile Needle Felting Kit
US$13.00
Jack The Cat Thyme Tile Needle Felting Kit
US$14.50
Natural Roving From Our Sheep
US$10.00
Cowpie Thyme Tile Needle Felting Kit
US$14.50
Angora Lined Hat Kit
US$30.00
Yarn Club Membership
US$45.00
111 "Wizard" Thyme Tile Needle Felting Kit
US$14.50
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5 out of 5 stars
(202)
Diana P.

Diana P. on Sep 17, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Working on this one right now!

Nancy Lucas

Nancy Lucas on Sep 7, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I love cats and Jack is adorable! Fast shipping!

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About

Wool With A Purpose

It started with the animals…

We wanted to keep the rocky fields from growing into woods
And the neighbor said sheep would do a good job.

Our pastures now have an abundance of green lush grass
that the animals graze all summer.

Then we had more than 3 bags full of wool. What to do?

We learned to wash wool, card, spin, needle felt and weave
and share our locally grown fiber with others,
who share our passion for fiber arts.

We stay connected to the animals and our environment,
enjoy an outlet for creativity,
and keep ourselves and others warm and comfortable
when the Maine winter winds blow.

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Last updated on November 19, 2015
• Payments may be made securely through PayPal. Personal checks must be processed before order is sent.
• You order will usually be shipped within a week. We will try to notify you if a delay is anticipated.
• We ship by the most cost effective USPS Mail. As a part of our commitment to the environment, your order will be shipped in a recycled box whenever possible.
• Postal insurance is not included.

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