Announcement We would like to share our passion for sheep, and sustainable farming with you. Our shop is filled with the fruits of our labor and the work of our hands. You can visit our farm online at http://www.grandviewfarmvt.net.
We would like to share our passion for sheep, and sustainable farming with you. Our shop is filled with the fruits of our labor and the work of our hands. You can visit our farm online at http://www.grandviewfarmvt.net.
deborah green on Jun 17, 2015
Quick delivery Thank you. very informative.
Tammy White on Mar 31, 2015
Shipped promptly, Kim was easy and accommodating, product was high quality. Would buy from VT Grand View Farm again in a heartbeat!
VT Grand View Farm-Shepherding a new generation of fiber artists.
As the fourth family to own Grand View Farm in the past 220 years, we have worked hard to reestablish some of its rich agricultural history. When we moved in, the barn had not seen animals for over 50 years. Gardens, apple trees and fencing had been neglected, although the fields had been hayed for many decades, leaving lush open pasture………..just waiting for our sheep to arrive.
Today, our homestead helps feed our family as well as a few neighbors and our bed & breakfast guests. We grow our own meat, both poultry and pork, as well as eggs, and vegetables. The focus of our farming centers upon fiber animals.
We raise Romney sheep, llamas, and angora rabbits for their wool and fiber, which we have spun into yarn. Our yarn sells mostly as a yarn CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares worldwide. We hand weave blankets and rugs, using our own yarn.
We desire to see the rich cultural heritage, centered upon the fiber arts, carried on to the next generation. Our farm has become a teaching center for those wanting to learn the traditional arts of weaving, spinning, knitting, and felting. Kim teaches classes on the farm, and in the surrounding communities, to people of all ages.
In her spare time, Kim loves knitting, gardening, weaving, naturally dyeing her wool, and homeschooling her children.
Owner, Shepherd, Weaver, Knitter, Inn Owner
Kim Goodling, shepherd and owner of VT Grand View Farm, raises Romney sheep, and runs a small bed & breakfast for those wanting to experience rural farm life. Passionate about passing on the fiber arts, Kim teaches fiber art classes on her farm.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
- Money Order
- Other Method
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Additional policies and FAQs
If you do not see a yarn in the color you need, please email me and I will work with you to custom dye the yarn for you.