Collaboration is important to us at Fuzzy Goat and we are pleased to be partnering with these companies to bring you appealing yarns and accessories, with more to come:
When you shop Fuzzy Goat, you will see clearly marked signs for our eco friendly, animal free, machine washable, and Southern yarns.
Annie Yarn is from Georgia too & Annie dyes these fabulous yarns in North Georgia near Atlanta. Her braided skeins are just the start of the unique project you’ll make.
Anzula is a small company located in downtown Fresno, California that hand dyes luxury yarns & spinning fibers.
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.
Baah Yarn is passionate about color & Mira’s original handpainted yarns are fabulously vibrant, dyed in California.
Blue Sky Fibers is a Minnesota company that consciously crafts exquisite fibers & spectacular colors that are meant to inspire like an artist’s palette of colors in fibers of alpaca, wool, organic cotton, bamboo, & silk; based in Cedar, Minnesota.
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.
Classic Elite Yarns makes soft, washable wools in glorious colors; based in North Billerica, Massachusetts.
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
Delicious Yarns is the brain & belly child of Marcy & Jacqueline & started in the pots & pans of a cozy little knit shop in Valley Village, California. With a shiny set of measuring spoons, the two set about making the kind of yummy yarn they had always wanted to work with – savory tones with a touch of tang to keep things exciting.
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.
Jill Draper Makes Stuff is a truly handmade company. Hand dyed yarns made from specifically sourced wool & spun for Jill in the US. Some yarns are even made 100% sheep to skein in New York State. Jill dyes when she can, ships her yarns when she can.
Kelbourne Woolens focuses on interesting blends of natural fibers, the unique yarns are all carefully developed to achieve the perfect combination of softness & structure. The beautiful, saturated & sophisticated colors in the lines are all kettle dyed to create a subtle variation in tone and color.
Knit Collage yarns are inspired by the places Amy travels, especially India & Hong Kong, & she is constantly collecting things that usually somehow become incorporated in her yarn designs. This could be hand-printed fabrics from Jaipur or shimmering paisley trims typically found on Indian wedding garb. By supporting age-old Indian practices, Amy hopes to keep this craft thriving. Based in Boston, Knit Collage loves products that tell a story.
Loopy Mango started in the heart of Soho in New York City, & now Ana is in Key Largo, Florida! The thickest yarn available on the market today (= fast project). 100% domestic from their own mill in Brimfield, Massachusetts. And now amazingly large cotton yarns!
Lux Adorna Knits is the creation of our friend Heidi who believes, like we do, that you’re worth 100% cashmere yarn. Her yarns are rich saturated color, plied in Boise Idaho. Lux Adorna puts colorful luxury into the hands of creative makers. Everyone is valuable & worthy of luxury.
Madelinetosh is a small Texas business with hand dyed natural fiber yarns in small batches in an artists’ palette of colors.
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.
Malabrigo is a family owned yarn company in Uruguay with hand dyed yarns of incredible softness & wonderful color variations inspired by nature, landscapes, places, art & everyday life. Super bulky Rasta is a shop favorite.
Peace Fleece ships to us from an office in a sheep & horse barn in Maine. But their yarns start in a quest for peace. Peter started buying wool from the Soviet Union in 1985 in hopes that through trade conflicts could be diffused. Since then Peter has journeyed through eastern Europe, central Asia and the Middle East in search of farmers & shepherds who are willing to set aside historic animosity in exchange for mutual understanding & economic interdependence. Our current Peace Fleece yarns come from Native American fine wool & Texas mohair. These yarns dramatically soften & fluff up with washing & use. We’ve actually seen sweaters thrown into a cold gentle machine wash cycle & look great.
Quince and Co. is a Portland, Maine company with a line of thoughtfully conceived yarns spun from natural fibers, be they soft & sensuous or rustic and sturdy. We have luxurious organic, Italian linen from Quince and Co.
The Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze applies dyes with various methodologies to achieve bold & wonderful spectrums of color on superwash merino yarns; based in Ontario.
Shibui Knits fuses modern taste with classic silhouettes, creating a line of elegant and functional designs; based in Portland, Oregon.
Spincycle Yarns is a two-woman operation established by spinsters Rachel & Kate in Washington state, who produce luxurious yarns, hand-dyed & spun into small batches of perfection. Skeins within a dye lot will blend together beautifully for a larger project, yet every skein is one-of-a-kind.
Spud & Chloë has sweet washable, wearable luxe yarns designed for real life from Minnesota.
Stonehedge Fiber Mill is a 157 year old working farm in Michigan, suppliers of yarn for the Ralph Lauren designed 2014 US Olympic team sweaters.
Wool and the Gang founders Aureli & Jade met while studying Textile Design in London & pioneered fashion production that’s made in a sustainable way, bringing back knitting as a viable means of production for generations to come. WATG is changing the way fashion is created & consumed.
We have selected delightful accessories to make your fiber projects even more engaging:
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.
Beekman 1802 Mercantile is a working goat farm in upstate New York that makes soaps & hand lotions made using natural ingredients, including fresh goat milk from Beekman 1802 Farm, & can be used on the most sensitive of skin.
Coco Knits Julie creates modern tools for the modern knitter & crocheter to solve nagging problems, allowing us to create the product we dream of.
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.
Firefly Notes is Sandy’s workshop in Richmond Canada where she makes the coolest tins inspired by our history.
Frabjous Fibers “frabjous” means joyful, excellent, fabulous —the good feelings your creative outlet should stir in you, is based in southern Vermont offering their own imported felt bags from women’s cooperatives in Nepal & India. They donate a portion of their profits to educational programs in Nepal, & help to purchase necessary equipment for cooperatives.
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 is a Derby, England jeweler making fantastic stitch markers for Fuzzy Goat.
Fringe Supply Co. makes classically beautiful & functional items for fiber artists.
Jul Designs Laura trained as an anthropologist including two years of field research in Bali, Indonesia developing relationships with the artists that make Jul’s beautiful & useful closures & shawl pins.
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.
Katrinkles is a Katy’s whimsical workshop in Rhode Island. We’re tickled that she handcrafted custom knitting tools for us in bamboo.
Knit Knotes makes enclosure cards for modern knitters who haven’t been able to find quite the right gift card for their handmade masterpieces. From Music City, Tennessee.
Lantern Moon offers beautiful & functional handcrafted products, providing continuity of training and employment for Vietnamese women & families. The traditional handcrafting skills have been passed down from generation to generation, and are indigenous to these regions.
The Laundress is Gwen and Lindsey, textile experts who realized 90% of items labeled “dry clean only” are actually washable and so they launched an eco-friendly line of fabric care products that take excellent care of you, the things you love, and the environment. Our selection includes general laundry as well as fiber specific products.
LeilaBadBlood makes our notion zipper bags from vintage tea towels in St Leonards, England. We love thinking that these towels had an earlier domestic life.
Melange Collection Sue Edmonds travels to small workshops around the globe, working with skilled artisans to bring her whimsical designs to life. She’s been working with the same artisan groups for over 10 years & promotes sustainable income, environmental awareness & greater economic equality. Melange pays fair prices & promotes healthy work places. Sue’s core principles are simple: quality, sustainability & a little bit of fun.
Platypusfile Janae creates a line of art+craft+design that is inspired by the home & nature; screen printed goodies from Tallahassee, Florida.
Romney Ridge Farm is home to a small diverse flock of sheep & Angora Goats. Their felting kits include beautiful fleece from happy sheep living in Woolwich, Maine.
Scojo New York Gels are reading glasses that are among the lightest readers in the world. Handmade from TR-90 surgical plastic, the Gels readers have great flexibility & durability. Since their inception, Scojo New York donates a portion of their profits to charities that provide eye care to those in need of assistance.
Tree Hopper Toys is a tiny, family owned toy company based just outside of Chicago, where Eric designs & manufactures distinctive toys and gifts that curious families love. Since 2010 they have been combining old-fashioned quality & contemporary design to create modern, heirloom products that can be passed down from one generation to the next.
Zig Zag Studios Catherine makes carefully handcrafted fiber-craft bags from her home in Ontario. Our favorite are the box bags.
Z.Jayne makes earth friendly handmade organic lavender sachets for your stash & also the dryer, closets, sports bags & more. Coming to you from Ohio.
Patterns from Deep South Fibers, Never Not Knitting, Churchmouse Yarns, Stitch Sprouts, Baby Cocktails, indie.knits and more