fuzzybunnyfibers

Handspun yarn and hand-dyed spinning fiber

New York, United States · 158 Sales

fuzzybunnyfibers

Handspun yarn and hand-dyed spinning fiber

New York, United States 158 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   Intense colors, sustainable practices, vegan yarn options, and fabulous duct tape wallets...Where fluffiness abounds...™

Announcement

Intense colors, sustainable practices, vegan yarn options, and fabulous duct tape wallets...Where fluffiness abounds...™

Liz Yockel

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Liz Yockel

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Susan G

Susan G on Nov 5, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Great colours and great shipping time. Thank you!

Heather Sherwood

Heather Sherwood on Sep 30, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Love it, fast delivery and super helpful seller. i will definitely buy again when i run out :D

Anonymous on Jan 16, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Thanks, as described and shipped quickly

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About

Fiber with a conscience...

It all started with my very first fiber festival in 2005 when I went in search of natural yarns with a small environmental footprint. The Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival drew me into its intro to spinning course, I was hooked after two hours, and I purchased my first wheel at an estate sale shortly thereafter.

I grew up heavily immersed in color theory (my mother is a retired art teacher) and started dyeing soon after I got the hang of spinning. Then came the carding, and I just recently acquired a floor loom and learned the basics of weaving.

Two bunnies donate their fluff to the cause. Ruby Vroom is a grey English/French Angora and Oxtoby is a black Jersey Wooley. They run amok in the house and eat every last bit of carrot and cilantro they can find.

Nowadays, all my yarn is spun on a Lendrum ST, dyed in-house using eco-friendly dyes, and I plan to have a small flock of sheep one of these days. The smaller the footprint I can make by creating from start to finish, using environmentally friendly and ethical materials and processes, the happier I am. I highly recommend knitting/crocheting with handspun--the uniqueness of each yarn and the quality of each strand make creating a finished item even more of an adventure.

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  • Liz Yockel

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I focus on creating practical items with a unique twist and am unafraid of bold colors. Environmental and ethical concens are a driving force in my work and I strive to make the most sustainable and humane products possible.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 20, 2012
The Fuzzy Bunny began as an experiment in sustainability. We support local farmers every chance we get, use animal-friendly fibers (sometimes from our own fluffmonster rabbits--they love their summer haircuts!), and eco-friendly dyes. Fuzzy Bunny headquarters relocated in 2011 to a country estate, where we plan to create a retirement farm for sheep. The bunnies approve.

All fibers are spun on a most excellent Lendrum spinning wheel.

Interested in joining our mailing list? Follow this link: http://eepurl.com/gy8m

Our other shop, http://fuzzybunny.etsy.com, is filled with vegan bath and body goodness for all.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
  • Check
  • Other Method
Payment
We accept PayPal, checks, money orders, and credit cards.

New York sales tax will be added to all orders that are shipped to a New York address.
Shipping
USPS first class is our preferred shipping method. Faster shipping options, insurance, and other preferences may be accomodated upon request.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you're unhappy with anything you receive, please let us know! We'll work with you to remedy the problem to the best of our ability.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please contact us for any special requests: larger amounts, different colors, other fibers, wholesale, consignment, etc.

Trades! We love trades and think the barter system is great. We will trade for spinning supplies (fiber, dye, equipment), graphic tshirts of awesomeness, screen printed totebags, handmade paper, veg food, and other assorted necessities.