NampaFarmgirlCreates

Hand dyed wool, rug hooking & punch needle supplies

Boise, Idaho | 2658 Sales

NampaFarmgirlCreates

Hand dyed wool, rug hooking & punch needle supplies

Boise, Idaho 2658 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (585)
Kimberley Severns

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Kimberley Severns

Announcement    Welcome to Nampa Farmgirl Creates. My shop is located in Idaho, USA. Please enjoy your shopping experience and feel free to message me with any questions you may have.

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 25, 2017

Welcome to Nampa Farmgirl Creates. My shop is located in Idaho, USA. Please enjoy your shopping experience and feel free to message me with any questions you may have.

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About

Hand dyed wool for rug hooking, appliqué, felting, penny rug, hand dyed wool yarn for punch hooking, including rug & punch needle hook supplies & dyes

Around the web

Production partners

  • makes of hand made wool fabric cutter

    Bettendorf, IA

    Beeline manufactures cutter, cassettes/blades. I purchase from them to dropship to my customer.

  • yarn mill

    Mitchell, NE

    they are a wholesale and I buy the yarn shanks from them

  • Fabric Mill

    NH, United States

    I buy bolts of cloth from Dorr Mill

  • Dye supplier

    Fall River, MA

    I purchase the powder from G and K. They package to smaller bags, I sell it from G and K packaged items

  • Melanie Pinney

    Boise, ID

    Editor and Owner of Wool Works Magazine, a fiber art craft magazine

  • Patty Holland

    ID, United States

    Original design by Patty Holland, who approved and gave her blessing to me to create and sell her original design as a pattern and or kit.

  • wool mill

    Pendleton, OR

    they mill wool fabric, I buy the wool fabric from them for resale

  • wool mill

    United States

    Pendleton mills, I buy off the bolt

  • magazine

    MO, United States

    sally is the editor of her magazine that I buy wholesale and sell in my shop retail

  • Tracy Warren

    ID, United States

    Tracy throws pottery pieces. I buy the bowls ready made from her.

Shop policies

More information

Last updated on Feb 20, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Can I return magazines or books?

Due to copywrites of printed material, patterns, kits, digital downloads, books and magazines are not refundable.

What forms of payment do you accept?

For your convenience I accept PayPal, Credit and Debit Cards thru Etsy and Etsy Gift cards.

Reminder, I do not have access to your credit card information.

Care instructions

Absolutely, if any special care is needed, it is included in the description of the item. With that said, if you have any questions or concerns, please message me. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have 🙂

Do you charge tax?

Per Uncle Sam rules and regulations, I know Idaho, Washington and California residents will incur tax at checkout. Of course rules change and I can't keep up with all the state's who now charge tax regardless of where the purchase was made to and from. If your state is affected, it will show before the closing of your sale.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Absolutely, and it's free!
I wrap most all product I send out, usually in the current holiday theme. If you would like it wrapped in Birthday, Anniversary, or ??? please, let me know and there is no additional cost.

Wholesale availability

I'd love to work with your shop on a wholesale level on my wool fabric and yarn both off the bolt, and with my hand-dyed wool fabric and yarns

Do you allow refunds or exchanges?

Absolutely! I will gladly accept returns for product cost reimbursement or for exchange of another item. I ask that you contact me prior to the return thru Etsy message or email at nampafarmgirlcreates@gmail.com within a week of the recvd date of the item.

Item must be shipped back to me within 2 weeks of original received date.

Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.

Item must be returned to me in its original condition or the buyer ( here is the icky part) will be responsible for loss of value.

Thank you for understanding.