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Farmer's Daughter Fibers

Regular price $28.00 Sale

We are proud to be the first to bring The Farmer's Daughter Fibers to our Connecticut friends...

Rich Native American roots, traditions, strength, and family ways drive us. It embodies all aspects of what we do. We are thankful for the opportunity to share with you our culture, heritage, and story. Thank you for being a part of it!

This new base at FDF has got everyone saying, ‘Oh Dang!’ every time they touch it!

Buttery soft, smooth to work with, and fascinating to knit, crochet, or weave up in your garments and accessories. Composed of 74% Suri Alpaca and 26% Silk, this fiber ends up filling out a bit heavier than a lace weight. A great alternative to those who are sensitive to Mohair but still want to get the feathery texture in your knits.

  • Weight: Lace
  • Yardage: 328 yards (300m)
  • Unit weight: 50g (1.76oz)
  • Fibers: 76% Suri Alpaca, 24% Silk
  • Texture: Plied

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

As a Women and Indian American owned and operated company, culture is the essence of Farmer’s Daughter Fibers. We strive to make diversity and inclusion at the forefront of our company. We take a holistic approach to this by educating people about the culture and diversity FDF has to offer and by standing with, up, and in solidarity of marginalized groups of people. We do this through the spiritual artistry in our yarns, social media platforms, and in our local community where we fight to stop sex trafficking and better the basic needs, education, and artistic expression of American Indian children. We have used our success and platform to start the Sister’s United Initiative, which donates monthly to organizations supporting MMIP and American Indian children. We do not tolerate disrespect or violence against BIPOC, LGBTQ2IAAP+, or other marginalized groups of people, ever. This work is continuing and will shift and grow as we do.

Images courtesy of The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers