KeepingTraditions' Shop Announcement


Thank you for stopping by the shop. I strive hard to give you quality products with good customer service. I want to make sure your visit to the shop is a good experience and if you ever have any questions about the shop, products or even the rabbits that grow the beautiful wool - please feel free to email me, I am happy to help.
I raise purebred German and German/ English angora rabbits on my small Michigan fiber farm. They are so adorable and sweet - and the wool - the wonderful wool they produce. Angora is so soft - I love the way it feels next to the skin - oh so silky soft. Having a skein of yarn, roving or hand made hair scrunchie made with angora fiber is a a little bit of luxury to enjoy in this busy life.
On my Michigan farm- I am hands on with my rabbits every day, making sure they come first with their care and health. Happy, healthy rabbits produce beautiful wool. I adore my rabbits!
All my angora rabbits are gently sheared as they sit on my lap, no rabbit is harmed. All the angora fiber used in my products come from my rabbits, none is from a wholesaler or outsourced.
Our farm is also home to a 2 angora goats and a llama that keeps watch over them.

Keeping Traditions shop offers angora rabbit fiber sheared from the rabbit, angora roving in natural white or dyed colors, hand carded budget batts with angora rabbit fiber, hand spun yarns, mill spun yarns and hand crocheted and knitted items. I kettle dye my roving using professional dyes. Mill spun yarns are made here in the USA with the fiber from my angora rabbits. I hand spin the purely angora yarns, and blended angora yarns on my Rose spinning wheel. I sometimes add silk, beads or sparkle as I am spinning for fun. The art yarns are hand spun on my Country Spinner using kid mohair, or sourced wools from small farms. Its important to me to support the small family farms.
If their is something special your looking for just convo and I will see what I can make for you. I can do custom spun yarn blends or pure angora yarns, mittens and other gifts. Just convo and we can talk about what you are looking for.

Enjoy looking around and thank you for visiting the shop.

To learn more about the angora rabbits and our Michigan farm visit our website at

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.