Sweet Harmony Farm is a small, fiber-focused alpaca farm, comprised of myself and my husband, Daniel. We have a growing herd of fiber males that seem to find their way to our little farm, in a variety of the natural alpaca colors. We are also dedicated to building and growing a strong alpaca fiber industry in North America.
Sweet Harmony Farm's mission is simple: to create a healthy planet through sustainable agriculture. Alpacas have a very small impact on the environment they live in; they tread lightly on Earth. Fiber farms are a sustainable local resource.
We have been asked: And what do you do with the fiber? A lot of the fiber is hand processed/hand-spun by me. We are handweaving with our alpaca yarn on various looms, creating all sorts of fun things to wear and use, such as: shawls, scarves, hats, rugs, tablet and smartphone covers and other accessories, also hand knit/crocheted items such as baby hats and sweaters, fingerless gloves, etc. Some yarns are mini-millspun, by local mills.
We support small local farms, local agriculture, and local markets.
Someday, soon we hope, we will have a separate store on our farm, filled with weaving, spinning, and knitting supplies, local farms' yarns, our handwoven items for sale, endless cups of coffee, and perhaps some muffins or cookies when I feel inspired to bake. For now, the living room and our backyard works best for us! Thank you for visiting our online fiber products store here on Local Harvest! Your purchases help feed our alpaca friends on our little farm and help support local farming.
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Trixie and the Twins
originally posted 10/17/15A wonderful thing has happened to our little farm. In mid-September, Pam came down from Maine, bringing along Dreamer's daughter, Ashoo, and Ashoo's look-alike daughter, Danae, as company for our poor, lonely Trixie.... [more]