WildMountainhandmade

A Division of Pine Needle Farm Cashmeres

Kila, Montana | 6 Sales

WildMountainhandmade

A Division of Pine Needle Farm Cashmeres

Kila, Montana 6 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars (3)

Announcement   New name and new focus!! A division of Pine Needle Farm Cashmeres. Starting over with a whole new offering of handwoven goods and hand spun yarns just for you! Yarns and fiber for spinning will be coming soon! Even though it says I opened in 2014, the shop has been closed for years. 2019 is the new and improved shop Grand Opening! Check out the Spring Kitchen and Dining line I just added! Free shipping in the US !!

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 30, 2019

New name and new focus!! A division of Pine Needle Farm Cashmeres. Starting over with a whole new offering of handwoven goods and hand spun yarns just for you! Yarns and fiber for spinning will be coming soon! Even though it says I opened in 2014, the shop has been closed for years. 2019 is the new and improved shop Grand Opening! Check out the Spring Kitchen and Dining line I just added! Free shipping in the US !!

Ann Keenan

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Ann Keenan

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About

Pine Needle Farm is an off-grid homestead in NW Montana, specializing in raising cashmere goats.

My wish is for you to get as much enjoyment out of these creations as I get making them for you! Each one is made with love, bringing a little joy to you every time you use one of these.
I got started raising cashmere goats in 2001 when a friend asked me if I wanted to go look at some goats with her. I did, I got a couple of dairy goats, then the same farm had some cashmere goats that they didn't want any more. I took those 4 goats, and thus began my adventure in cashmere! I learned how to spin the cashmere fleece into yarn and it's grown from there. Now I weave wonderfully soft cashmere scarves and shawls, along with cotton and/or linen kitchen accessories.
The 20 acres we live on is a perfect place to raise goats. It's forested, rather steep and not really suitable for any other animal. The goats love it here, living on the side of a mountain in NW Montana. We raise everything naturally, with no chemicals used on either the goats, or our food. Herbs and vitamins keep everyone healthy.
I am truly blessed to be living out here on a remote homestead, playing with my goats. Yes it is very time consuming work doing all of this, but I wouldn't change places with anyone. I love my lifestyle!

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  • Ann Keenan

    Owner

    I've been raising Cashmere goats since 2001, and I can't imagine life without them. I love my goats and their wonderful fiber! I love spinning it into yarn, and weaving it into soft scarves and shawls, with woven cotton kitchen accessories, too!

Shop policies

Last updated on March 29, 2019
Welcome to the wonderful world of Cashmere, Montana style! I am passionate about my goats and their wonderful fiber, and I am excited to offer it all to you. Along with the Cashmere, I've taken up weaving and am making kitchen accessories out of cotton and/or linen. I also weave cashmere scarves and shawls. My Hand spun yarns from cashmere and other fibers are here also. I love spinning and weaving and want to share it all with you, bringing you the luxury you deserve!

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
All sales are final, but if you aren't happy with your purchase, please contact me and we will work something out!
Payment
I accept PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and Etsy gift cards. Payment should be received within two days of placing your order, or I will cancel the order and relist the item. You are responsible for any fees or taxes imposed.
Shipping
I'm offering free shipping on orders in the US, priority mail so you get your order fast!
Additional policies and FAQs
I have a limited amount of cashmere to work with each year, when it's gone, it's gone till next year's harvest. Late Fall into Spring is when I do most of my spinning and weaving, so check in frequently during those months to see what's new. Thank-you!