PhoenixFarmFiber

Phoenix Farm Fiber

South Carolina, United States · 7085 Sales

PhoenixFarmFiber

Phoenix Farm Fiber

South Carolina, United States 7085 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fiber Art Supplies ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~ Mohair & Wool * Sari Silk * Yarn * Spinning * Weaving * Felting * Handmade ~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome to Phoenix Farm Fiber! We hope you enjoy browsing through our selection of high quality mohair, rare wool, and handmade products. All of our fiber is humanely sheared from animals that are lovingly raised and cared for on our farm and other small farms across the country.

Meet the animals and see how we are enjoying life on our farm in beautiful western South Carolina by becoming a fan on our Facebook page, following us on Twitter or by visiting our website at www.PhoenixFarmFiber.com.

Send us your email address to sign up for our weekly email full of new products and special coupon codes for big savings! Every online purchase automatically adds you to our email list -- you can opt out with a single click when you get an email or you can let me know you don't want to be added at checkout (in notes to seller).

Our customers are very important to us at Phoenix Farm Fiber -- that's why we offer a 10-day money-back satisfaction guarantee! Please visit our "Policies" section to view details.

If you have any questions or special requests, just give me a shout!

Like us on Facebook --> https://www.facebook.com/PhoenixFarmOrganics

Follow us on Twitter --> https://twitter.com/Phoenix_Fiber

Pinterest --> http://www.pinterest.com/phoenixfiber/

Announcement
Last updated on Feb 29, 2016

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fiber Art Supplies ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~ Mohair & Wool * Sari Silk * Yarn * Spinning * Weaving * Felting * Handmade ~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome to Phoenix Farm Fiber! We hope you enjoy browsing through our selection of high quality mohair, rare wool, and handmade products. All of our fiber is humanely sheared from animals that are lovingly raised and cared for on our farm and other small farms across the country.

Meet the animals and see how we are enjoying life on our farm in beautiful western South Carolina by becoming a fan on our Facebook page, following us on Twitter or by visiting our website at www.PhoenixFarmFiber.com.

Send us your email address to sign up for our weekly email full of new products and special coupon codes for big savings! Every online purchase automatically adds you to our email list -- you can opt out with a single click when you get an email or you can let me know you don't want to be added at checkout (in notes to seller).

Our customers are very important to us at Phoenix Farm Fiber -- that's why we offer a 10-day money-back satisfaction guarantee! Please visit our "Policies" section to view details.

If you have any questions or special requests, just give me a shout!

Like us on Facebook --> https://www.facebook.com/PhoenixFarmOrganics

Follow us on Twitter --> https://twitter.com/Phoenix_Fiber

Pinterest --> http://www.pinterest.com/phoenixfiber/

Alison Waddell

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Alison Waddell

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Updates

Oh what fun! This cotton sheep fabric will be perfect for that fiberista quilt or tote bag or lining or.....
Super fun, bright neon shades of sari silk ribbon now in stock! These are a limited run so get yours while you can!
Bring some color into your spinning with some hand dyed mohair locks!
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About

Finding My Way Back

My grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was 8 years old. The first thing I made was a lopsided afghan for my mother -- one that she still has more than 20 years later! Even as I made my way through life and found myself living in a fast-paced, high pressure, career-driven world in a metropolitan area, I could always grab that basket of yarn by the couch and somehow find serenity in creating something with hook and string. My love for crochet led me to other hobbies as well: sewing, knitting, spinning yarn. All of these passions, as well as a need to find a more fulfilling and self-sufficient lifestyle, led me to leave the hustle and bustle.

One day my husband and I had had enough, so we packed up a moving truck and headed south! Fondly remembering summers and weekends spent on the farms of friends and family, we found our piece of heaven on a dusty, broken down old horse farm in western South Carolina, far from the commuter traffic of Washington DC. For the past 5 years, we have painstakingly and lovingly transformed that rough patch of land into a beautiful and serene holistic farm where we raise our goats and sheep; and we've never looked back. Everyone thought we were crazy, but now they, too, have seen our vision come to life.

In this new life, not only do we enjoy our self-sufficiency and caring for our animals, gardens, and orchard, we are also amazed at how every single skein of yarn and handmade market tote has a story to tell. We can look at a pile of mohair locks and laugh at the stories behind the animal who created that luxurious fiber. We refer to fleeces and roving by the name of the animal we sheared them from; it's not "that Romeldale fiber," it's "Blanche and Betty White's fleeces."

We are very thankful for this life that we have and we are glad to be able to share some of it with you! So connect with us on Facebook (Phoenix Farm Organics) and Twitter (@Phoenix_Fiber) to follow along in our endeavors.

Phoenix Farm Fiber: We are fiber!

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  • Alison Waddell

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Fiber Enthusiast

    If you had asked me 10 years ago if I would now be living on farm with 100 goats and sheep, I would have said you were crazy! But I was lucky enough to find my passion on this farm and leave the city to pursue it. I find inspiration everywhere here!

  • Vince Waddell

    Farm Manager

    None of this would be possible without the love and support of my husband, Vince. Farming is definitely a team effort and I found the perfect partner!

Shop policies

Last updated on July 6, 2016

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Phoenix Farm Fiber accepts Paypal, credit cards (via Etsy's Direct Checkout), and gift cards. We are also open to bartering!
Shipping
We ship orders twice per week: on Tuesdays and on Fridays.

We ship via US Postal Service First Class or Priority Mail for domestic (U.S.) customers. If you would like expedited shipping, please contact me BEFORE checkout for rates and shipping dates.

International customers: We ship using First Class International to all of our customers abroad. Please note that First Class International is the least expensive option for shipping internationally, but it can be on the slow side and is not trackable once it leaves the United States. Please allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery. If you would like to upgrade to Priority Mail International, please contact me BEFORE checkout. All customs fees, duties, or taxes for international shipments are the responsibility of the buyer to pay upon receipt.
Refunds and Exchanges
10-day money-back satisfaction guarantee! If you are not 100% happy with your purchase, you will have 10 days to return the unaltered product and receive a refund of purchase price (less shipping). All sales of samplers, digital items, custom orders, and handmade items are final and cannot be returned.
Additional policies and FAQs
While we do not offer wholesale pricing on our fiber, we do discount bulk purchases. If you are interested in buying fiber by the pound or purchasing in large quantities, contact us for details.