Farm Store & Gallery
Alpaca Yarn & Gifts
Alpaca Fleece, fresh from shearing. Sold by the ounce or as whole fleece (10% discount). Huacaya fleeces in natural colors ranging from white, beige, fawn, and browns to rose gray, silver gray and black. Check with us for availablity.
Alpaca & Sheep roving in natural colors or dyed, ready to spin.
'Birds Nests' — exotic fibers dyed, combed, then rolled up into colorful 'nests' ready for spinning or crafting fun.
Afghans & Lap Blankets, hand-woven locally with 100% Aragon yarn in natural colors. So soft and cozy! Baby blankets, too, and several hand-knit baby hats.
Alpaca Sweaters & Vests crafted of 100% baby alpaca (the very softest alpaca fleece). Classic and designer sweaters, hoodies, crew-style, and vests.
Alpaca Yarns, both hand-spun and mill-spun: Huacaya, Suri, blends
Dahlgren Socks, scientifically designed and manufactured by an Oregon company, usnig alpaca for warmth. Men's and women's in many styles — walking, hiking, running.
Kits: needle-felt a stuffed cat; learn to spin on a drop spindle
Kits: roving to hand-spin, then knit fingerless gloves (pattern included)
Felted Dryer Balls: a very 'green' choice ~ it quickens the drying time of your clothes! Unscented.
Felted Soaps: a natural washcloth of fiber encloses hard-milled soap; very long-lasting. Great gift for gardeners!
Fingerless Mittens & Gloves: so lovely to wear. Choose from hand-knit ones (alpaca, silk, merino) or Peruvian-made.
Hand-woven bags in choice of playful colors, each one is lined and sports a handcrafted button closure. Woven from alpaca, silk, wool, mohair...
Hand-woven shawls to keep you cozy.
Hand-knit or -crocheted scarfs and shawlettes.
Hand-knit berets and hats in a selection of colors and styles.
Hand-painted alpaca mugs, perfect for hot chocolate or cider.
Rug yarn, processed with a cotton core for stability, ready for knitting into a rug.
Original Landscape Paintings by local professional artists (most are members of Plein Air Painters of Lane County). Sometimes the artists can be spotted in our pastures with their easels and sunbrellas (or umbrellas, depending on the weather).
A few select Books: children's stories by a local author Donna McFarland, alapca stories and activity books, and books on spinning and knitting. Alpacas Don't Do That by Cindy Myers.