HammondHillFarm

Yarnery & Mercantile

East Otto, New York | 68 Sales

HammondHillFarm

Yarnery & Mercantile

East Otto, New York 68 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (18)

Announcement   We value an intimate, attentive, and traditional way of turning fleece into fiber. Our careful, slow method of processing wool is one which says "nay" to the speed, economy, and same-ness of factory processing. ✨Yarn with soul. ✨

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Last updated on Apr 3, 2019

We value an intimate, attentive, and traditional way of turning fleece into fiber. Our careful, slow method of processing wool is one which says "nay" to the speed, economy, and same-ness of factory processing. ✨Yarn with soul. ✨

Jolie Hibit

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Jolie Hibit

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About

Welcome to Hammond Hill Farm!

Greetings! My name is Jolie Hibit and I live along with my family in a 120+ old farmhouse in the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York, just up the hill from Zoar Valley. It's a magical place seeped in lore, old growth trees, coyotes, eagles and bears.

We strive to live slowly and seasonally:
In the summer we are surrounded by fireflies, birdsong and moonrises.
In the winter we sit by the wood stove and eat soup that simmers all day.

We grow our own food, raise meat chickens, pigs and turkey and sell veggies, cut flowers, garlic, cider, honey and eggs fresh from our farm!

My husband is the beekeeper/honey man - grows his own hops for home brews - and makes a mean hard cider with apples we pick from the apple trees on our 13 acres. You can follow him on Instagram @HammondHillFarm.

"Longwool Studio" is my home studio where I focus on hand processing and spinning wool and alpaca, fiber arts, and making with herbs and beeswax. I do small-batch fiber processing by request. Send us your small batch of raw fleece and we will hand card, and hand spin it into "yarn with soul". This careful, slow method of processing wool is one which says "nay" to the speed, economy, and same-ness of factory processing - and values an intimate, attentive, and traditional way of turning fleece into fiber.

I am looking forward to: learning to shepherd sheep, discovering how to weave with my gifted looms, creating a dye garden to hand dye my yarn, and finding a teacher to teach me to play the fiddle.

You can follow me on Facebook @HammondHillFarmYarneryMercantile or on Instagram @joliehibit.

Feel free to contact us! We would love to hear from you :)

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