Thanks for coming to visit! We are located near the Little Apple - Manhattan, KS.  Our small farm is situated on top of one of the Flint Hills where we can see both the sunrise and the sunset and miles of horizon.

We started breeding and showing Angora rabbits around 23 years ago and one thing led to another.  I am a handspinner, turning Angora wool, mohair, and other animal fibers into yarn, I demonstrate occasionally showing off my rabbits, spinning fiber, and locker hooked rugs made from pure mohair roving. 

Angora goats arrived on the scene 18 years ago when two of them were advertised in the paper. Their baaing gives the place a down-home feel and their curious but laid-back attitudes remind us that not everything cares about what time it is. We have recently sold most of our goats but still have loads of mohair.

Also – our most recent venture is a Sheep - Cleobelle!  She’s a Lincoln Longwool and she gave us a lamb over Memorial Day weekend. The little one is named Violette and is half Lincoln, one quarter Shetland, and one quarter Racka (google it – you’ll be amazed).  I think her wool will be fabulous.

Locker Hooking with roving is one beautiful way to use all that luscious fiber.   Note: - Our email address was changed as of 6-1-15. The email address is no longer supported.     
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