Sycamore Creek Farm

Sycamore Creek Farm is home to the Award Winning Alpacas of Sycamore Creek. Richard and Catherine Stickann enjoy living on their farm caring for their herd of huacaya alpacas. They work to produce beautiful alpaca fiber that they sell in the raw, hand-spun, milled, in batts/rovings and in woven and knitted items. Catherine conducts Alpaca and Nature Day-Camps in the summer, where 9-15 year old children learn about alpacas and how to work with alpaca fiber. Farm tours can be arranged. Fiber workshops are available. Private and group beginning spinning and weaving lessons. We have a store on ETSY: TheFiberCottage

Listing last updated on Jan 30, 2013

A small, family, alpaca farm located near historic Rocheport, Missouri. We have pride in our herd of Huacaya Alpacas. We offer summer Alpaca and Nature Day Camps for 9 to 15 year olds. Farm products include, but not limited to: Alpaca raw fiber; homespun alpaca yarn; mill spun alpaca yarn; knitted, woven and felted alpaca items. Both Richard and Catherine are weavers. Catherine teaches beginning weaving and spinning lessons. We love farm visitors. We have an ETSY store: TheFiberCottage

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Farm Store open various hours, call before you drive out. We have many products in our ETSY store: TheFiberCottage.

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