“My mother taught me to knit and sew when I was a child but it wasn’t until I retired 5 years ago that I had the time and opportunity to try weaving and spinning. I’m an independent learner and frugal individual, so I search YouTube for self help videos and... Read more →


Hello from The Wooly Loon! My name is Kim Scanlan and I began my journey with fiber arts many years ago but most recently I have worked with punch needle rug hooking. While many of you may be familiar with traditional rug hooking (where a hook is used to pull... Read more →


My name is Barb Gunzer and I own Buscho Farms in Faribault, MN. I have always loved animals. I started off with dairy goats. I saw a picture of angora goats and was instantly head over heals and was determined to add them to the farm. As my love for... Read more →


Located 15 miles north of Park Rapids Minnesota, Wether'sfield Wool Farm was established in 2014 by Francis and Julie Zilka. As an avid spinner, knitter, and weaver Julie spent years exploring the various breeds of sheep by purchasing raw fleece and processing it into finished product. Choosing breeds that would... Read more →


My new business is named "Fiber Devine". My name is Pam Devine. Catchy right? I've always loved learning new skills to express my creativity and Anoka Fiber Works has been a great support to me as I've delved into fiber. There is always someone there who is willing to help... Read more →


7 Pine’s Rabbitry began about 20 years ago, when I saw my first picture of an English Angora in a book. After that, I was on a hunt for Angoras. We found our first pair of French Angoras at an auction soon after that. They were badly matted, but we... Read more →


I am Teresa of Hollyhock Alpaca Creations LLC located near Grasston (20 miles north of Cambridge). My husband and I brought our first alpacas home in 2002 and raised alpacas for 13 years. In 2006, I left the corporate world to work full time in the alpaca business. In 2015,... Read more →