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 –
Anzula is Sabrina’s small company located in downtown Fresno, California. Anzula handdyes yarns made from the most luxurious fibers in the world like cashmere, silk & merino. There are many different lines & 80 different colorways – if we don’t have what you desire, let us place an order for you. Sabrina has built her company to now support eight additional staff & brings her legendary trunk show to Fuzzy Goat each year.
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.
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
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.
Copper Corgi Fiber Studio
Copper Corgi hand dyed yarns made by Sarah in Savannah, Georgia with fantastic Southern names like Stormy Marsh, Mac n’ Cheese & Spanish Moss. And our custom color: WestJack Kid
Yumiko Alexander designs both gorgeous yarns and patterns! We love her yarn for its extremely lightweight feel and lovely colors, and her patterns for their effortless sophistication and style. Originally from Japan, she married and now lives and creates in Arizona. (Hence the need for the lightweight yarn that we so appreciate here in southern Georgia!!)
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.
Emma is a 17 year old girl with her own yarn-dyeing company! It all started when she was 15, doing a homeschooling project for math ratios, and needless to say she was hooked. Her happy, beachy colors are so much fun, and are already in high demand. Check out her “Helluva Yarn Club” for one-of-a-kind colorways in her Hella Hanks (600yds!). Her mom owns Four Purls in Winterhaven, Florida, so be sure to check out their shop if you’re in the area.
The Farmers Daughter Fibers
The Farmers Daughter Fibers is owned & operated by farm girl, Candice. She embodies her heritage & home state of Montana into all aspects of her work. From a rich foundation of ranchers & farmers & women who were crafty & unpronounced artists, whose greatest work was done in the traditional fiber arts of kitting, crochet, quilting, sewing, & cross stitch.
Hedgehog Fibres is a yarn-dyeing company based in Cork, Ireland. Beata dyes luscious colors range from muted to vivid, soft to saturated. Special care is paid to every skein, to create one of a kind luxurious colorways.
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.
Madelinetosh is a small Texas business with hand dyed natural fiber yarns in small batches in an artists’ palette of colors.
Manos del Uruguay
Manos del Uruguay is a cooperative founded in 1968, begun by five women whose goal was to develop economic opportunities for women in a country where there were, & are still, few opportunities for work. The Manos Cooperatives provide health insurance, retirement pensions, paid vacations & paid maternity leave for their members. Moreover, members enjoy a sense of achievement and of self-determination – the first kindergartens in Uruguay were begun by the Manos Cooperative, to provide childcare for the artisans. In addition to creating yarns for handcrafters, the Manos Cooperatives have continued to produce ready-to-wear pieces for designers and department stores such as Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Nordstrom’s, & Sak’s.
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.
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.
Sew Happy Jane
SewHappyJane Heather Jane’s hand-dyed yarns are inspired by the Idaho world around her; tiny songbirds, majestic skies, sand & stone, and all things bright & beautiful. She creates sewhappyJane yarn in the kitchen of her century old music teaching studio, using only the finest, professional grade materials & dye in small batches of 2-4 skeins at a time. Her girls love to help her choose the colorway names for her yarns. Heather’s youngest daughter, Amelia, has learned to twist the hanks & has become her packaging buddy.
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
Spud & Chloë has sweet washable, wearable luxe yarns designed for real life from Minnesota.
Stonehedge Fiber Mill
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..
This absolutely gorgeous yarn is hand-dyed by Sarah Wharton in Phoenix, Arizona! It also goes by the name “Less Traveled Yarn.”
Wool & the Gang
Wool & the Gang not only has the softest cotton yarn you’ll ever feel, along with piles of fantastic patterns, but their motto makes you feel great about supporting them! “Pioneering fashion production that’s made in a sustainable way, bringing back knitting as a viable means of production for generations to come.” They are based in the UK.
Kristin Ford learned to knit from her grandmother, Katherine Temple Woolfolk, at age five and has never stopped. Her sense of design stems from her Danish heritage and career as an architect. Woolfolk yarns combine the highest quality wool with ethical, sustainable practices. The fiber they use, Ultimate Merino®, doesn’t happen by chance, but by the innovative efforts of farmers to produce the very best wool fiber while being land stewards of the Patagonian Grasslands. Woolfolk brings this exquisitely soft and lustrous fiber in handknitting yarns that preserves the unique attributes of this luxurious wool. And when we say that it’s the softest wool we’ve ever felt….that’s saying something!
Urth Yarns is a family owned yarn company, whose yarns are dyed and prepared by skilled hands of women at their studios in Mersin and Istanbul. Aside from how velvety soft the naturally dyed skeins are, the other great thing about them is that every skein sold of Urth Yarns plants a tree in Africa! This yarn is featured in the stunning “Papillon” shawl, which you might have seen at or shop or all over Ravelry.
HAND SELECTED ACCESSORIES
Coco Knits Julie creates modern tools for the modern knitter & crocheter to solve nagging problems, allowing us to create the product we dream of.
Danica Studio loves textiles. In retired factory in Vancouver, nine talented designers and two or three dogs sketch, paint, illustrate, photograph, creating some of the funnest tins & bags we’ve seen.
Firefly Notes is Sandy’s workshop in Richmond, Canada where she makes the coolest tins inspired by our history.
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
Fripperies & Bibelots is a Derby, England jeweler making fantastic stitch markers for Fuzzy Goat.
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.
Katrinkles is Katy’s whimsical workshop in Rhode Island. We’re tickled that she handcrafted custom knitting tools for us in alder and cherry, hardwoods sustainably harvested in the Northeast.
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.
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.
Rinse Bath & Body Co
Heather took a soapmaking class with her mom and was hooked; now she’s formulated recipes and perfected her families products. Since her family founded Rinse Bath & Body Co. in 2003, their operation has quickly developed into a popular brand of products being featured in many stores & spas across the country. You may even be able to spy Rinse in Disney World for their Food & Wine Festivals. Rinse is still very much a family business (now located in Monroe, Georgia). All of their products are still produced in small batches (to ensure the quality and freshness). “Our products are never tested on animals – only dirty humans”
Tree Hopper Toys
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
Zig Zag Studios Catherine makes carefully handcrafted fiber-craft bags from her home in Ontario. Our favorite are the wedge bags.
Patterns from Deep South Fibers, Never Not Knitting, Churchmouse Yarns, Stitch Sprouts and more
Fuzzy Goat is a delightful and eclectic yarn shop located in Historic Downtown Thomasville - knitting together the community by putting consciously chosen yarns into the hands of both the new and experienced.
There’s always plenty of things to do at Fuzzy Goat - including classes and events hosted jointly with other local businesses. We are part of the Downtown Thomasville Creative District and strive to revitalize Main Street life.
We hope your visit to our shop is both fun and memorable, whether you’re an experienced knitter or someone just shopping around for a unique gift for a friend.
FUZZY GOAT MERCH
HELPFUL SERVICES WE
PROVIDE IN THE SHOP:
- Free Wi-fi
- Search for patterns on Ravelry on our shop iPad that are compatible to your yarn choice
- Print online patterns
- Get your new yarn wound into center pull balls
- On the spot help or private lessons
- Blocking services
- A comfortable place to sit and get started!
give us a ring!
223 West Jackson Street