I mostly sell directly from my home now but also at some local special events and Christmas Bazaars. I offer quality fiber items and herbs, handspun yarn and items made from fiber, including Angora from my bunnies. My own property is only 1/3 acre, it is the most sterile ground that I have ever worked with, but the drainage is outstanding, and the soil can be improved.
I sell products grown on my land, made from my animals, and any other fibers and yarns I can get a hold of. I have 1 female French Angora rabbit for sale this spring for $50. In June I will have 2 litters of babies ready to sell. Price varies by quality of their coat. Some pet quality rabbits (no fur) sell for $10 each.
I am environmentally friendly, no sprays so the bunnies can eat my lawn and weeds safely..
I am a member of the Board of Directors of the Columbia Basin Fiber Institute. Through this we have classes on shearing animals, processing their fiber, spinning (drop spindle and wheel), weaving on our many looms, crochet and knitting. We do custom work in all areas of processing.
We can do your fiber processing, provide unique yarns and felting supplies. We have many lovingly made items such as hats, socks, shawls, ponchos, sweaters and vests, jackets, rugs, hand-woven towels and belts, and much more! See us at the Moses Lake Farmer's Market. BABY BUNNIES for sale! Fluffy, hand-raised, spinner's delight and excellent housepets; 1 female ready for a new home. Younger rabbits will be ready in June. Different colors available.
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I found the owner of this sweet endeavor a good hearted devoted lady. She is devout on raising her herbs and chickens with no pesticides or harmones. The flavor of her herbs brought a rich and arormatic robust flavor to my cooking.... [more]
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