Southwest Farm toYarn Collective
Southwest Colorado's only Fiber Arts Collective
A grassroots organization. a Colorado 501(c)(3) Not for Profit,
Organized and staffed solely by volunteer Fiber Artists and Producers.
At Southwest Farm to Yarn Collective, we strive to share our love for fiber by offering social knitting, Knit-alongs (KAL) and other special events in the shop and online. Join our mailing list to receive our current newsletter with information and upcoming events. Sign up below.
Nurture and enrich the lives of members and community by creating a sustainable hub where people who share a passion for fiber can buy, sell, create, teach, share, and celebrate all things fiber.
We commit to operate with honesty, integrity, and transparency. Our shop is a welcoming place of collaboration and sharing. We are promoters of the local fiber ecosystem, flock to finished product. We commit to each other that we will be respectful, genuine, dependable, and flexible. We will communicate openly for the betterment of the Collective.
Our fiber hub is a viable retail and educational enterprise meeting the needs of the communities around us. The Collective is a welcoming creative space for fiber enthusiasts of all skills and forms.
Local Farmers and Artisans
Acorn Artworks: knitted, woven, and felted items – Mancos, CO
Aunt Kit's Knits: hand-dyed yarn, knitwear, hand-dyed silk scarves; Mancos, CO
Bluebird Dye Gardens
Locally grown natural dye plants; Cortez, CO
Yarn from our own flock of Tunis sheep
Cherry Creek Valley Farms: alpaca yarn and roving, Cactus Flower tapestry looms and weaving tools – Hesperus, CO
Corvid Glass: fused glass buttons and shawl pins; Cortez, CO
Dancing Hooves Farm & Studio
Corriedale yarn and roving, weaving and spinning tools, Aztec, NM
Linda Lu Potholders
Oak Tree Farm, Natural, undyed roving; Romeldale/California Variegated Mutant (CVM) sheep
Woolabull. Hand-dyed Yarns, Handknit scarves and stitch markers.