Brands We Love

When you shop at Fuzzy Goat, you will see clearly marked signs for our eco friendly, animal free, machine washable, and Southern yarns. We are proud to seek out woman-owned and black-owned makers to support.




Appalachian Baby

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. It is US certified organic and is spun in a twist that makes the cotton exceptionally soft.  It can be machine washed & dried. No dyes are added which makes it perfect for finished baby items. 

Bad Sheep Yarn

Marcie at Bad Sheep, now based in Florida, makes the most beautiful, often variegated yarns! At Bad Sheep, it is firmly believed that the beauty of hand-dyed yarn is that it makes every stitch an exciting new adventure. Bad Sheep is a company built on inspiring creativity, constantly improving, being kind - and having fun!

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; based in Cedar, Minnesota. We love their organic worsted cotton for its year-round wearability and washable fibers. 

Copper Corgi Fiber Studio

Copper Corgi hand dyed yarns are made by Sarah on Florida’s Space Coast with fantastic Southern names like Stormy Marsh, Mac n’ Cheese & Spanish Moss. This indie dyer has also created three custom store colors for Fuzzy Goat in fingering weights:  WestJack Kid, Billie Jean, and Rosabilly.

Emma's Yarn

Emma is a young woman 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 colors are luminous. Her wool/silk blend yarns produce a fabulous, soft drape for shawls and sweaters. 

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. Candice hails from a rich foundation of ranchers, farmers, and women who were crafty & unpronounced in the tradition of knitting, crochet, quilting, sewing and cross-stitch.  This 4th-generation artist continues to offer a product done in the traditional methods of hand-dying fibers.  We can’t say enough about this yarn from her ranch in “the last best place.”

Knit Collage

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.

KnitWise Fibers

This indie-dyer is in our own backyard.  Alycia hand-dyes her yarn in her Tallahassee, Florida garage.  We have featured her fingering and DK weight yarns in popup shops and in kits for special events. 


Madelinetosh, affectionately known as MadTosh, started as an Etsy shop in 2006 in Fort Worth, Texas. Over the years, it’s become one of the most dynamic and leading hand-dyed yarn companies in the world, known for pioneering dye technique and original uses of color. In the fall of 2019, MadTosh came under new management, led by visionaries Laura and Doug Zander, longtime superfans of the brand. They continue to preserve the MadTosh legacy of soft, irresistible,and decadent yarn. And at Madelinetosh, they value and embrace diversity and equal opportunity in a big way. They are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills.

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. We love this easy-care yarn for its deep hand-painted hues


A favorite among our sock knitters, Opal sock yarn is both soft & durable.  Opal is produced at the foot of Hohenzollern Castle in the knitting town of Hechingen, Germany.  With a focus on quality & sustainability, each unique collection of self-patterning colorways make sock knitting fun & interesting. 


Pascuali's vision is that rare, luxurious yarns of exceptional quality can be created with a focus on fair-trade, ecological production & care for the animals. Their yarns are created for fiber artists who value high quality, as well as a strong sense of social responsibility. From the fiber itself to the way they package their finished product, sustainability is a key element of Pascuali's philosophy. For example, more than 90% of their shipping is done with DHL GoGreen Service meaning every package is shipping in a CO2-neutral manner. They also contribute to a reforestation program.

Polka Dot Sheep

Aimee hand dyes her yarns in Whitefish, Montana; the colors are inspired by the natural beauty of the landscape.

Sandnes Garn

Sandnes Garn's quality is exceptional and we brought these yarns in to have a quality, but more affordable option so that we can serve a wider range of knitters. Sandnes Garn (“Sandnes” is the town of the mill, and “garn” means “yarn” in Norwegian)a Norwegian yarn + design house since 1888 is the most popular yarn in Scandinaviawith a fast-growing and loyal fan base in the US. 

Sweet Georgia Yarns

SweetGeorgia Yarns is Felicia's artisan yarn company that is passionate about bringing you stunningly saturated colors, luxurious natural fibers and yarns of the highest quality. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, enveloped by the Georgia Strait. In 2005, when owner Felicia started her blog, she named it “sweetgeorgia” in anticipation of writing about her passion for baking bread and a dream of opening a bakery on Georgia Street in Vancouver. The blog became a space to write about all sorts of interests (in addition to bread), including knitting, dyeing, and spinning and “sweetgeorgia” evolved into a dream about sharing the comfort that comes with craft. 


Adorable crochet animal projects are part of Toft's Edward's Menagerie collection of crochet toys designed by Kerry Lord in the United Kingdom.

Urth Yarns

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 the velvety softness of the naturally dyed skeins, we love the whimsical variegated colorways.  We also love that we are supporting the Earth as Urth Yarns plants a tree in Africa for every skein sold.

29 Bridges

29 Bridges is a reference to Mary's hometown - Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh is iconic for its bridges. If you're not familiar, Pittsburgh has 446 bridges so they are a way of life. 446 Bridges seemed a little awkward to say but in Mary's research she found reference to 29 Bridges and that seemed to fit. Many of her colorways are named for Pittsburgh bridges, bridge styles, streets, or landmarks.  Mary got her fiber start from her mother and grandmother who were very resourceful and crafty. Both were accomplished sewists and Mary's mother taught her to knit when she was five.  In college Mary discovered that there was a fiber arts program in the art school.  When she saw the big floor looms, she was hooked and did an independent fiber arts study for three years.  Students were required to dye their own fiber and yarn for projects and that's where Mary learned to dye. 


Allstitch Studio

Founder Kayleigh created Allstitch Studio to design thoughtful tools for knitters and tocreate the products that you always wished existed: notions that match your style, something elegant for your knitting needles, something deserving of your favorite work-in-progress. 

Coco Knits

Coco Knits Julie creates modern tools for the modern knitter & crocheter to solve nagging problems, allowing us to create the product we dream of. Her studio is in Texas.

Corinne Lapierre

Based in Yorkshire, England, Corinne Lapierre has become well known for her range of charming felt sewing and embroidery kits, inspired by nature, folk art, and Scandinavian designs. Accessible to crafters of all abilities and anyone looking for an original gift, the kits are beautifully presented in eco-friendly folk craft boxes and contain everything needed to bring your creations to life.

Cozy Blue

Liz, in Asheville, North Carolina, reached out to us and said, "I think my kits would do well in your shop." Boy, was she right. We love to support women entrepreneurs like Liz. Kit includes all you need, hoop, pre-printed fabric, threads - all you need to add is scissors. 

Della Q

Each bag is handmade in a unique and lightweight and durable canvas. Each bag has dark brown leather trim and is accented with antique brass hardware. This line, from a woman-owned business, has been crafted with a focus on utility, sustainability, and timeless design.

Firefly Notes

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 Sarah, a Derby, England jeweler making fantastic stitch markers for Fuzzy Goat.

Funky Firebird

Ashley makes all of her dyed & painted textiles by hand, in small batches, at her Athens GA studio. Each batch of dye and mix of paint is unique and will have slight variations and fluctuations in the colors and patterns they produce. This is part of what makes each individual piece a one-of-a-kind and unique expression of textile art. 

Honey Bee Fabrications

Tallahasseean Jenny Bickley, owner of Honey Bee Fabrications, is a local custom soft goods maker we've been workign with since this Summer, to get the right features for our custom Billie Bag. When we say, Girl-Made Bags, we really mean it!

Jenny likes to say she takes cues from the hard-working honey bees. She leads Honey Bee Fabrications in working in their "hive" creating buzz-worthy work with service sweet as honey.

JUL Designs

Laura’s PhD field research led to collaboration and close relationships with Bali's skilled artisans and the commitment to people and place that is at the heart of JUL Designs based in Ellicott City, Maryland.


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.

Magner Co.

When Emily asked if Magner Co. in Athens, Georgia could make us a bag, we said "Yes, please!" Magner Co. is dedicated to making the best handmade products: "designed by users, made for doers."

ORI London

Ori is a story of two people, our founders Emma & Brett, and typical British weather. Emma met Brett in 2014 while abroad with her family. After months of long-distance romancing, Brett moved to London to be closer to Emma. What started off as a sunny day ended in a typical British downpour with Brett coming home soaking wet. And it wasn’t just Brett who was drenched – everything he had in his backpack was wet too. That day was the birth of Ori! Brett realized he needed to design a functional, weather-resistant bag for everyone, every day, for every occasion.


Virginian, Riki received her Masters Degree in Textile Design and started her career working in embroidery and dying.  She finds joy in the experimentation of combining her skills in various media; including Fiber Arts, photography, painting and illustration to create artwork that exceeds the limitations of the flat surface.  

Sincerely Louise 

Sincerely Louise is an award-winning independent British knitting brand based in an old cutlery factory in Sheffield. Creative Louise designs knitting patterns and kits, and books, inspired by taxidermy. Louise started knitting while studying commercial photography at university, knitting through her lectures and tutorials, and became obsessed. She loves making people smile and knitting things you might not expect to see, like a pig in a blanket or a giant dragon head. 

Welly Camp Mugs

Eric established Welly, a company that gives clean water to people in need. He was inspired by his mom, Elly, who was known for her social responsibility and for helping others find a sense of purpose. Eric named his company in honor of his mom. We are just so tickled that we could get our own mugs to share with you!

Work + Shelter

Made in Delhi, India, WORK+SHELTER’s mission is to make it easy for organizations to purchase wholesale quantities of high quality, ethically made, customized sewn goods. In pursuit of a more just world, they employ women in need and primarily source natural, recycled, organic, materials or low-impact raw materials.

Needles and Hooks from Knitters Pride (Dreamz and Karbonz), ChiaoGoo red lace and Addi Square Rockets

Patterns from Deep South Fibers