inglenookfibers

Inglenook Fibers

Massachusetts, United States · 10158 Sales

inglenookfibers

Inglenook Fibers

Massachusetts, United States 10158 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(3989)

Announcement   Hello! Welcome to Inglenook Fibers! Next shop update is Monday September 19th at 7 pm EST. We are celebrating our 5th Anniversary of our shop, and there will be prizes!
Our ravelry group is here: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/inglenook-fibers- Come by and say hello ( and get more info) !
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful”
William Morris
Fibers and handspun yarns for your useful and beautiful time.
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Announcement
Last updated on Sep 14, 2016

Hello! Welcome to Inglenook Fibers! Next shop update is Monday September 19th at 7 pm EST. We are celebrating our 5th Anniversary of our shop, and there will be prizes!
Our ravelry group is here: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/inglenook-fibers- Come by and say hello ( and get more info) !
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful”
William Morris
Fibers and handspun yarns for your useful and beautiful time.
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Macrina Galarneau

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Macrina Galarneau

Shetland hand dyed top - (5 oz. ) Shetland
US$21.55
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.1 oz.)
US$14.15
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.4 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.4 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.4 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.2 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.2 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.4 oz.)
US$17.91
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.6 oz.)
US$20.45
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.3 oz.)
US$16.65
Hand- dyed silk hankies - ( 1.3 oz.)
US$16.45
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(3989)
fiberarts2014

fiberarts2014 on Sep 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Even prettier in person that it is in the picture. This will be wonderful fun to spin. Thank you!

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About

It all began with an alpaca...

12 years ago we were asked to send some of the sisters to the west coast to start a community north of Seattle. In looking into ways to support ourselves there ( our main handiwork here in Boston being the making of beeswax candles ) we fell in love with alpacas, and the sisters had a small flock of alpacas there since the property had a few acres. Then began the long journey into how to process the fleece, and our first spinning wheel was purchased !
The sisters in Seattle eventually found other handicrafts better suited to the small community, but we never lost our fascination with the traditional handicrafts of spinning , weaving, and knitting. When we started getting hooked on blended batts, I remembered we had our own carder from our alpaca days, and started experimenting with blending what I wanted to spin. I soon fell in love with the creative process of blending color and texture to make the hand spun yarns I so admired. Then dyeing my own ingredients to find "just the right color" , and so I am now pretty addicted ! I am so grateful that I can continue to do this, thanks to my wonderful customers.

Check out our sister shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/CandleontheHearth?ref=ss_profile

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  • Macrina Galarneau

    Owner, Maker

    I am a Greek Orthodox nun, iconographer, and love playing with fiber and color! Our convent ( Holy Nativity Convent ) is self-supporting, and our new fiber business helps with that!

Shop policies

Last updated on May 14, 2016
Welcome to Inglenook Fibers! Thank you for your interest in our shop!
We LOVE color- and are thrilled to be able to share this via our batts and handspun yarns.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
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Payment
Please pay for items on the same day as purchased. I have a thirty day return policy, but items must be in original state as received.
Paypal Payments are required within one week of the transaction date otherwise the sale will be voided. If you have made other arrangements with me for payment I will contact you if I haven't received payment within 1 week of the transaction date and we can work from there. Communication is key, if you need some extra time to pay just drop me a line, I'm flexible. :)
Shipping
I ship by the least expensive means possible to help save you money. I provide Delivery Confirmation on all US orders. I try to ship the same day or at most within 24 hours of your order.
If you would like faster shipping- just contact me and I would be happy to upgrade.
I am not responsible for lost packages or shipping delays caused by the USPS.
I ship First Class internationally. Please leave ample time for an international shipping, as those packages usually take at least twice as long. International customers are responsible for any duties or fees associated with your purchase.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are unhappy with any product you receive, you have up to thirty days to return the item for a full refund. Items must be in original state-- yarn cannot have been wound into a ball.
Return shipping will not be refunded unless the item was grossly misrepresented.
If you have any questions, please convo me. If there is something wrong with your item please let me know. I want you to be happy with your yarn or fiber.
Additional policies and FAQs
Where do you get your fiber?
- I source fleece from small farms. I also LOVE to support other independent artists like myself. For the solid merino top, silk and bamboo I use in my batts, I use my own hand dyed top (dyed with professional dyes ) .

Do you take custom orders?
- Yes, but only for dyed braids, we are unable to accept carded custom orders.

Can I use my coupon code for a custom order?
-No, I am sorry, the coupon code is for in stock items only.