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Home of our beautiful Angora Rabbits, Handspun Angora Yarn, Handspun Angora and Merino blend yarn, Hand dyed sock yarns and blanks, hand dyed yarn in sports, D.K., worsted and completely Handmade Angora Hats, Scarves & other accessories. Check out our bunny page to see where our yarns come from. Here is the link to my blog creative fiberart.
Our beautiful yarns are made from high quality personally selected angora rabbit fibers. Our angora yarns are completely handmade from fiber harvested cruelty free.
Our bunnies are fed twice a day and given a specially selected rabbit feed, seeds, herbs and timothy hay plus a treat such as a piece of carrot, apple…..
The bunnies grow a new coat every 6 to 8 months. It takes me about 2 hours to groom and remove their coats when they are shedding it. No harm is done to the bunny as I carefully brush their coats and gently clip it off. The bunny fibers are collected and then spun into a thread and when I have two spools full of the angora thread I ply the two together to make my handspun 2 -ply angora yarn. The threads are spun in different thickness to make the different yarn weights. This takes skill that is acquired over the many years of spinning yarn.
Our Accessories are made with our handspun angora rabbit yarn which is very durable and can easily be wash with warm water and any mild soap then dried on a flat surface.
We have 100% natural angora and hand dyed angora wool yarn skein. Once you use our soft and fluffy handspun yarn you will see they add unique character and charm to any project. That is because they are produce using the same care and creative energy you use in making your projects.
Our hand dyed angora rabbit wool yarn are made with patience and care in small batches to ensure a quality yarn. Consider buying sufficient hand dyed angora wool yarn skeins to complete your project, because it is difficult to exactly match one hand dyed color to another and especially those of the