BRANDS WE LOVECollaboration is at the heart of everything we do
When you shop at Fuzzy Goat, you will see clearly marked signs for our eco friendly, animal free, machine washable, and Southern yarns.
WE PROUDLY CARRY THESE BRANDS
HAND SELECTED YARNS
– PINK INDICATES SOUTHERN MAKERS –
Appalachian Baby takes cotton from Texas organic farms & custom mills it so it knits up soft & can be machine washed & dried. Finished baby items are handmade by a community of Appalachian artisans.
Apple Tree Knits
Alice, who also works for the Library of Congress, handdyes the most lovely yarns in Silver Springs, Maryland. She loves playing with color as much as she loves playing with yarn.
Big Bad Wool
Big Bad Wool is Donna’s small Birmingham, Alabama company with simple ideas exclusively for ‘baby’. Donna owns her own yarn shop & faced with the challenge of offering a cohesive ‘baby’ selection, set out to find a solution & instead created a very special product line to share with the fiber world. Their products are made especially for baby while also creating an enjoyable experience for the knitter & crocheter. Finished projects are meant to be worn, washed & cherished.
Blue Sky Fibers
Camellia Fiber Company
Camellia Fiber Company believes in the inherent goodness of natural fiber & the matchless beauty of natural color. Rebekka & Silbia dye luxury southern yarns in Nashville, Tennessee.
Copper Corgi hand hand dyed yarns & spinning fiber made by Sarah in Savannah, Georgia with fantastic Southern names like Stormy Marsh, Mac n’ Cheese & Spanish Moss. And our custom color: WestJack Kid
Dragonfly Fibers is an indie yarn company specializing in artisan dyed yarn. Kate dyes high quality knitting yarns & spinning fibers in deep, rich & sometimes crazy bright colors for your pleasure in Team Dragonfly’s Kensington, Maryland studio.
The Farmers Daughter Fibers
The Fiber Seed
The Fiber Seed Lindsay hand dyes yarns in small batches in Tampa Bay, with American sourced materials. Their yarns are wools from American farms & are processed by some of the oldest wool mills in the nation. Even the dyes Lindsay uses were created & continued to be manufactured domestically.
Loopy Mango started in the heart of Soho in New York City, & now Ana is in Key Largo, Florida! Amazingly large cotton yarns (= fast project)!
Madelinetosh is a small Texas business with hand dyed natural fiber yarns in small batches in an artists’ palette of colors.
Maisie Daze Fleecery
Maisie Daze Fleecery is a delightfully whimsical company, just down the road in Cairo, Georgia producing the purest fleece products. Della is bringing us naked (undyed) yarn from Reed, O’Rivers, Maebh & Brigid.
Manos del Uruguay
Neighborhood Fiber Co.
Neighborhood Fiber Co. began in the kitchen of a basement apartment in Washington, DC. Stirred by her surroundings, Karida set out to provide the world with hand-dyed yarns inspired by and named to reflect the natural beauty and diverse neighborhoods throughout the nation’s capital. Since then, she has added many more colors to reflect a multitude of neighborhoods, both inside and outside of DC. Now based in Baltimore, MD, Neighborhood Fiber Co. continues to offer vibrant, one-of-a-kind colors inspired by urban landscapes.
Quince and Co.
The Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze
Spud & Chloë
Stonehedge Fiber Mill
Wollmeise & Rohrspatz
Wool and the Gang
Yarn on the House (YOTH) Yarns
HAND SELECTED ACCESSORIES
Anhaica Bag Works
Anhaica Bag Works, Marina makes fantastic bucket bags for the Fuzzy Goat fiber artist. Her waxed-canvas bags are made with meticulous detail in her Tallahassee, Florida workshop.
Cozy Blue Liz creates embroidery kit designs that are simple, with a nostalgic feel and a modern aesthetic. She draws inspiration from nature in Asheville, North Carolina, patterns & color, from her children, & her own memories of growing up. Each piece begins with an original line drawing, which I then develop into the final product.
French Market Skirts
French Market Skirts are throw & go easy wearing skirts, perfect for anybody, any age & great with handknits. Dee makes comfortable, flirty and wrangle ready skirts in North Florida.
Fripperies & Bibelots
Humphreys Street mission could be our own: “Let everything we create be: Welcoming and inclusive, precisely and artistically crafted and conducive to community development.” They’ve been producing hand-crafted goods in Nashville, Tennessee since 2008 & are a social enterprise of Harvest Hands, providing jobs & skills training for local youth in their neighborhood. We have their liquid soap (including refills) for you to take home and for your use in our super-cool restroom.
Julie Guyot Studio
Julie Guyot Studio makes small editions & one of a kind yarn bowls that are handmade, creating a unique blend of nostalgia & contemporary style, from her studio in Tallahassee.
MendbyMartha is Martha Ellen in Birmingham, Alabama. Martha Ellen’s love for embroidery has been cultivated over a number of years, beginning at age 8 when her grandmother taught her how to cross stitch. Soon after she went to “sewing boot camp” at her aunts. This family love affair with sewing & stitching has only grown & become a special bond between her grandmother, aunt & her. Embroidery can be your love, a release, a soothing pass time, a self expression & a fond memory.
Rangemark was born out of Kathryn’s passion for pattern making. Each piece is block printed in her studio in Chattanooga & sewn into the final product by women in her community. She is dedicated to making products in a way that allows her business to participate in their local community & to also have great control over the craftsmanship. All pointing to their mission to bring beauty into the home in a way that cultivates a warm, inviting space to live & entertain in.
Romney Ridge Farm
Tree Hopper Toys
Zig Zag Studios
Zig Zag Studios Catherine makes carefully handcrafted fiber-craft bags from her home in Ontario. Our favorite are the wedge bags.
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223 West Jackson Street