The following list of fiber processing companies was originally started with lots of work by Fibernetter Gail White, and she deserves thanks from all. Please




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The following list of fiber processing companies was originally started with lots of work by Fibernetter Gail White, and she deserves thanks from all. Please send any corrections or additions to Ron Parker at rbparker@swipnet.se   Many thanks also to Shari McKelvy for telephone checking out the correctness of the list in October, 2001.

The extended comments are from the business owner unles otherwise indicated

A+ Alpaca Fiber Mill 6781 River Road, Jordan. NY 13080. Owned and operated by Chris & Mickey Gilman. We specialize in alpaca fiber as we have been raising alpacas beginning in 1996 as Riverside Alpacas. We are a custom fiber processing mill who will produce yarn, roving, and/or batts. We offer blending of fiber or colors to make beautiful variegated yarns. We offer the customer the choice to wash your fiber or pay a small fee for it to be washed by us. Please visit our website www.AplusAlpaca.com or send Chris an email with your questions to: info@aplusalpaca.com.

angoramom@hotmail.com web site: www.abcranch.com Contact persons are Carl or Bonnie Ahrens. Bonnie writes: We do all types of natural fibers up to 8 inches in length; especially the fine fibers. I raise merino sheep and angora rabbits and our equipment does a wonderful job of blending. We suggest a 20-30 per cent blend of angora to the merino. We have angora fiber you can purchase and add to your soft wool if you wish. On very coarse fibers, llama and alpaca we do recommend a 20 per cent blend.

A Touch of Twist 1286 Weast Rd Schenectady, NY 12306 518-864-5885

Alpaca Dreamin' Fiber Mill & Mill Brook Alpacas 9630 Stage Road Arkport, NY 14807 We are a family owned and run business for the animals as well as the mill, there are 4 generations working in our mill. Alpaca Dreamin' Fiber Mill offers custom processing from rovings, batts, yarns and of course felt, with our state of the art mill we also offer washing, picking, dehairing, carding and spinning at one low price and a reasonable turn around time, by scheduling everyone in, on a first come first serve basis. For more information please feel free to contact Samantha Briggs (owner) at 607-295-9515 or www.alpacadreamin.com for the mill and for Mill Brook Alpacas call James Briggs 607-295-7383 or Mark and Samantha Briggs at 607-295-9893. From our family to yours we welcome everyone to our one stop place alpacas and processing mill at a reasonable price!

Aunt Janet's Fiber Mill lnc. 109 Shelter Cove Rd, PO Box 309, Whitethorn, CA 95589. 707-986-7481 (until my new phone lines are installed) Owned and operated by Janet Finch aka Aunt Janet. Website: www.auntjanetsfibermill.com E-mail: auntjanets@asis.com Custom processing including: scouring, picking, carding, blending. Blended rovings are our specialty. Blended Roving of the Season Club. Large batch discounts.

Note..Baron Woolen Mills appears to be history at this point.

Bear River FiberWorks PO Box 980211 Park City, UT 84098-0211 435-657-0336 www.rio-oso.com Contact Scott Kendall, who writes: Specializing in alpaca, llama, and other fine fibers. Washing and carding into roving bumps or batts. No minimum, but fleeces weighing less than one pound will be processed at a one-pound rate.

Big Sky Quality Wool 120 East Holt Broadus, MT 59317. We are a custom wool & fiber processing mill. Washing, picking and Carding to the roving and spinning stage.We also do custom dyeing. No minimums.  Please visit our website www.bigskyqualitywool.com send an email: bsqwoolmontana@rangeweb.net or call 406-436-2184. Contact persons Rebecca McEuen or Carla Bowers.  We guarantee get your own fiber back.

Blackberry Ridge Woolen Mill 3776 Forshaug Rd. Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 608-437-3762 marc@blackberry-ridge.com www.blackberry-ridge.com/

Blue Hills Fiber Mill W13163 Sieck Road, Bruce, WI. 715-868-3074 Contact Nancy Gonsowski who writes: We offer custom processing for all raw, or prewashed fibers, into clouds, batts, and roving, using our new McDermott Carder.  We also spin into yarn. Customers fiber will always receive our prompt and careful attention. Brochures with price list on request. ngonsow@brucetel.net

Blue Moon Farm Custom Spinning. 31808 79th Ave. Ct. E., Eatonville, WA 98328, 253-846-5863. Owned and operated by Sharon, Mark & Samantha Hayden. Sharon writes: We are a custom spinning only business. We offer pin drafting as well as custom spinning on our new Whitin Roberts commercial spinning frame. We are working with Dawn's Custom Carding to offer a full range of processing. There is no shipping fee between Dawn's and Blue Moon Farm. Our yarn range is bulky to lace weight. We have no ninimum (but anything under a pound is charged at the one pound rate), there is no set up fee, & no extra fee for exotics. Our price list is on our website. www.blue-moon-farm.com www.blue-moon-farm.com or send an email to sharon@blue-moon-farm.com

Briggs and Little Woolen Mills Ltd 3500 Route 635, Harvey , York Co., NB, Can E6K 1J8 woolyarn@nb.sympatico.caa http://www.briggsandlittle.com/wool/default.asp

Callimoor Alpacas Fiber Processing 17813 Snyder Rd, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023, 440-543-6152 Contact person is Carol Veleba. Washing, picking, carding, blending, dying, and felting of your exotic fibers. Specializing in Alpaca fiber, including Suri. We also sell exotic fibers, yarns, and apparel from Alpaca, Vicuna, Guanaco, Yak, Horse, Buffalo, Camel and more. E-mail us at callimoor@att.net or visit our website at Alpacas1.com.

.Carothers Country Fiber Mill 23798 Whitman Deering Drive, Minnesota City, MN 55959 507-689-2677 Contact Lynda Carothers We offer custom processing for all raw, or prewashed fibers, into batts, and roving, using our new McDermott Carder and picker. We also have an industrial drafter and spinner to spin your wool into yarn. Custom orders are welcome. No minimums. We will treat your fiber like it is our own. We work with local fiber artists to bring you a finished product if desired. We can provide custom hand weaving, spinning and knitting. Tours of mill are available. Brochures with price list on request. Lynda@CarothersCountryFarm.com or www.CarothersCountryFarm.com

Cedarburg Woolen Mill, W62 N580 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg, WI 53012   262-377-0345,  1-800-wis-wool  e-mail: wiswool@execpc.com web: www.execpc.com/~wiswool Contact Kay Walters

Centennial Farm, 700 Tirrell Road Charlotte, MI 48813 phone: 517-543-7395 Contact Pat Tirrell   Fleece washing only

Cowboy Fibers 0073 Road 13 S. Alamosa, CO 81101

Crofton Custom Carding, Box 256, 8126 Shasta Road, Crofton, BC Canada V0R1R0 Contact is Marie Caron who writes: I offer washing, picking, blending, carding, roving, pin drafted slivers., webs, batts.  No minimum orders. I work with all fibers. e-mail: mtames@shaw.ca Canadian dollars charged.

Custom Fiber Processing Consultant Textek, PO Box 690, Vineland, Ontario L0R2C0 Canada 905 562 9056   Contact person is Keith Wild e-mail keith@textek.net www.textek.net No processing but is a consulatnt helping processors to get their businesses going

Custom Twist Woolen Mill L.L.C. is no longer processing fibers

Custom Woolen Mills RR 1 Carstairs, AB Can T0M 0N0 email info@customwoolenmills.com web: www.customwoolenmills.com Contact person is Noah Purves-Smith

Dawn's Custom Carding 214 296th St. E., Roy, WA 98580 253-843-1899 email to Dawn Lantz, dawnpat_lantz@msn.com    web: www.dawnscustomcarding.com Dawn writes: Our services include washing, and dyeing along with picking and processing the fibers into either batts, roving or webs

Done Roving Farm & Carding Mill P. O. Box 45, Pembroke, ME 04666. 207-454-8148 email farrarps@gwi.net. Contact person is Paula Farrar who writes: We are a full processing mill--offering washing, picking, carding into rovings/batts, felt yardage or custom, custom dyeing and blending, and various yarns. Eight inches is the absolute max for spining and longer hasn't been a problem for carding. However, extra long fiber can be spun if cut in half for spinning.

El Coyote Ranch HCR 86, Box 37B, Menard, TX 76859, 915-446-4608 or e-mail elcoyote@ctesc.net, contact Cynthia Stevens. Will pick up and deliver in local area. Cindy writes: Will do small lots, all processing is done by hand, so care is taken to open and pick your fiber. Will do long fibers, wool, mohair and Llama, but do not have a fur card so cannot do Bunnie or Cashmere.

Ewe Gotta Love 'Em Fiber Processing and Matilda Sheep Covers, 15800 Stringtown Rd. S.E., Dayton, OR 97114-8024, (503)864-3008, David and Belinda Morgan, owners dbgmorg@open.org. Belinda writes: We wash, pick and card into loose rovings, bumps or batts. While we specialize in fine and medium wool, our McDermott carder handles long wools (up to 7") We are also happy to card your exotic fiber if blended with a minimum of 20% wool. We can provide wool for blending if needed at a reasonable cost. Minimum is 1 pound. Custom blending available.

Ewe to You, Oregon Wool and Mohair Company, 305 Long Valley Drive, Sutherlin, OR 97479. 541-459-5739 ewetoyou@wmni.net Contact is Susan Schrandt who writes: Our machinery is specially equipped to handle Long Wools and medium type fleeces.  We also offer dyeing and custom handspinning, knitting and weaving services for your fleece. A free brochure is available upon request.

Fantasy Fibers 26516 S. Hwy 170 Canby, OR 97013 503-263-4902  Contact person Janell Casey , who writes: We now offer washing, picking, dehairing, carding into batts, roving or webs and spinning of yarns into different weights and twist. We have 2 Pat Green carders and picker, 2 MiniMills draw frames, dehairer, 8 spindle spinner, 4 spindle spinner and skein winder. Our cone winder is an oldie but goodie. Please contact Janell Casey for pricing and any information you may require. ffibers@web-ster.com www.fantasyfibers.com

Ferndale Fiber, 2870 W. 54th Lane, Ferndale, WA 98248, 360-384-0169. Our mill offers a full line of processing, from washing to carding. We have a full sized card (60" wide) and can produce comforter batts in addition to fat roving. Our industrial machines do a wonderful job carding wool. We no longer process llama and alpaca.  Each order is individually processed.  Please contact us for a free brochure, email to Kathy Green, kmgreen196@msn.com

Fiber to Fabric PO Box 728 Nanuet, NY 13071

Fingerlakes Woolen Mill 1193 Stewarts Corners Road, Genoa, NY 13071, 315-497-1542 yarn@fingerlakes-yarns.com   www.fingerlakes-yarns.com; Washing, picking, carding and spinning of wool and exotic fibers. Suzanne H. O'Hara, Manager, writes: You always get your own fibers back. Personal service our specialty.

Frankenmuth Woolen Mill 570 Main St Frankenmuth, MI 48734 989-652-8121

Fulkton Fiber Mill is no longer processing fibers

Genesee Woolen Mill is no longer processing fibers

Georgia Mountain Fiber, Inc. Eleven Mountain St., Blue Ridge, GA. 30513,  706-632-6767 <gberns@TDS.net  www.georgiamountainfiber.com Owner Glen Berns writes: We operate an International Spinners Mini-Mill.  We have a full time staff to process Alpaca and Llama fiber into rovings, batts, felt and yarn. We have a dehairer unit to remove guard hair and vegetable matter from Alpaca and Llama fiber. We do not process mohair or sheep's wool at this time. We have knitting and weaving production capability to make single or multiple garments.

New!..Going to the Sun Fiber Mill owned by Scott and Diana Blair, 2063 Farm to Market Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901 www.gttsfibermill.com gtts@montanasky.us We are a full service custom fiber mill processing alpaca, llama, mohair, and all wool including Icelandic, Shetland, and Churro.  Our mill offers dehairing and lace weight spinning of high exotic fibers of cashmere, pygora, qiviut, yak, and bison.  We can process small or large amounts.  You will always receive your own fiber back.

Green Mountain Spinnery Box 568 Putney, VT 05346 802-387-4528

New!..Gulf Islands Spinning Mill 351A Rainbow Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K2M4 Canada, 250-537-4342 www.gulfislandsspinningmill.com email spinningmill@saltspring.com Contact is John Fulker

New!..Haneke Enterprises Inc  Yarn Shop and Fiber Processing Mill - 4600 W Quarterhorse Lane  Meridian - ID 83642  208-888-6934 or kathyhaneke@msn.com. Contact: Kathy Haneke

Hannibal Woolen Mill is no longer processing fibers

Harmony Holler Farm 217 Smith Trail, Meherrin, VA 23954-9508    434-223-2335 Contact person Judy Kugler hhwoolproc@kinex.net Full process, roving put on bumps, no minimum Price List available on request.

Harrisville Designs Center Village PO Box 806 Harrisville, NH 03450 800-338-9415 info@harrisville.com www.harrisville.com - process for yarn only large amounts.

HartLine Fiber Scouring is not longer in business.

Change!...Hidden Touch Natural Yarns 5815 Main St. Osgoode Ontario Canada K0A 2W0 613-826-2226. www.hiddentouchyarns.ca info@hiddentouchyarns.ca

Hidden Valley Woolen Mill, 14804 Newton Road, Valders, WI 54245 Phone: 920-758-2803 Owners are Paul and Carol Wagner From a recommender: "I have tried many fine processors but Carol's work is the equal of any, she is prompt and reasonably priced."

Hope Spinnery 725 Camden Rd., Hope ME 04847 Ph: 207-763-4600, info@hopespinnery.com, www.hopespinnery.com Hope Spinnery is a wind -powered fiber mill on the coast of Maine. All processing is done without chemicals, petroleum or alcohol, with natural soaps and vegetable oils for spinning. All dyeing is done with natural dyes. No minimum amounts. Contact: Bill Huntington

Huacaya Moon, 214 S. Riverview, Bellevue IA 52031 Custom fiber processing into roving, batts, bumbs or web. No order too small. Allergy sensitive? We are, too - ask us as we use NO spinning oils during processing! Fleeces are individually handled unless combining fleeces for large color lots. Fiber available for blending. Handspinning services offered. All processing done hands-on with TLC by fiberholic. Call Nancy for a current brochure at 563-542-5000.

Jehovah Jireh Farm, 32323 M-43, Paw Paw, MI 49079 Phone 616-628-4340 Owners are Amy & Greg Francisco, www.woolmill.com. Any writes: We are set up to process your wool into rovings, quilting batts or felts. Our mill can handle fine wools like Angora and Merino and we have a particular interest in Mohair blends. Small runs and custom runs are welcome. Amy is also a master of the dye pot and we can dye your fiber to order. We are not currently set up to scour, so clean wool only please. Contact us at Amy@woolmill.com.

Koenig Farm & Spinnery , 2811 Beechland Road, Springfield, Ky 40069 859-336-8438 Owners are Mark & Kathy Koenig Kathy writes: We custom spin small or large orders to your specifications. Our machinery can handle fibers up to eight inches, and depending on the fiber, it can be spun from fine fingering yarn to heavy worsted weight. Mark and I also raise Angora Goats and produce our own line of kid mohair yarns and rovings. Mohair is also available to create a lusterous, sleek texture for your yarn. Call or e-mail for info. www.koenigfarm.com www.koenigfarm.com email: koenig@apex.net

Lee's Carding Mill (formerly called The Sheep Shed), 421 Lomax, Box 731, Encampment, WY 82325 307-327-5568, Fax 307-327-5643 Contact person is Carol Lee clee@union-tel.com and www.angelfire.com/wy/academy/ Carol writes: We specialize in carding colored fibers either natural or dyed. We will also do small lots.....as small as 8 ounces. We cannot card very fine fibers, and will card up a sample amount of your fiber to see if it suits you before sending a larger amount. Turn around time is normally two to three weeks, or less, depending on the number of fleeces sent.

New!..Legacy Lane Fiber Mill, 38 Scott Road, Markhamville, NB  E4E 0A5, Canada  ph:  506-433-5604 fax: 506-433-8253 email: legacyln@nb.sympatico.ca website: www.legacylanefibermill.ca All services from washing through spinning..Contact is Amy Tonning

Liberty Ridge Custom Carding 6175 Greenway-Lowell RdVerona, NY 13478 315-337-721 Contact person is Sunny Bixby libertyr@concentric.net

Lightfoot Farms Exotic Fiber Processing 29 Wakefield Road ( P.O. Box 1275), Kennebunk, ME 04043 Phone: 1-888-426-6631 (Toll Free) Walter & Doris Van Buskirk   Doris@Lightfootfarms.com  www.lightfootfarms.com

Lindenhof Wool Mill R.R. # 3, Allenford ON N0H 1A0 Canada Angelika, Sabine and Kristine Hammel www.lindenhofwoolmill.com/ email info@lindenhofwoolmill.com Kristine writes:We are a small, family-run business near Owen Sound, Ontario, offering custom processing of your fine fibres. We can scour, pick, card, spin and/or felt your fibre from a variety of animals, including sheep, alpaca, angora rabbits and goats. The small-scale of our machinery allows us to keep lots as small as 6lbs separate and to produce a wide range of yarn sizes…from laceweight to bulky.

Longbranch Fiber Farm 17722 Erickson Rd, KPS, Longbranch, WA 98351. 253-884-4523 We process alpaca fiber into light weight, medium and heavy felted fabric using silk chiffon. Also available, custom felt hats for men and women in 13 styles. elsa@longbranchfiber.com   www.longbranchfiber.com

Little Barn Inc - no longer does processing for the public

Mabou Ridge Fiber Processing Full-service custom spinning mill, will process alpaca, llama, mohair, wool, cashmere, qiviut into rovings, batts, yarn, and felt. 891 Southwest Ridge, RR#2, Mabou Ridge, NS, Canada B0E 1X0. 902-945-2171.www.mabouridge.com

MacAusland's Woolen Mills Ltd Bloomfield, PE C0B 1E0 Canada 902-859-3005 fax 902-859-1628 http://www.peisland.com/wool/

.Mill Canyon Wool Processors PO Box 477, Magdalena, NM 87825 The Mills Family, Steve, Gail and Shelby. 505-854-2862 They write: We are a full fiber processing plant. Greased wool, coarse, fine, alpaca, mohair and other fiber. Spinning supplies for the home spinner in stock. Be part of the spinning process of your own wool products.   steve@millcanyon.com or MCClambs@yahoo.com  www.millcanyon.com

Morning Star Fiber LLC 8522 Dover Road, Apple Creek, OH 44606 ph. 330-439-4301 email: info@morningstarfiber.com website: www.morningstarfiber.com We are a family owned and run business focusing on the processing of Alpaca and Icelandic Sheep fiber. We offer full processing capabilities from washing to skeining as well as dehairing, felting and roving. Our website offers an interactive worksheet to give you an estimate of your order. You can also call the mill manager Karen if you have any questions. Our business started up in January of 2005 with all new Mini-Mills equipment.

Morro Fleece Works, 1920 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442 owned by Shari McKelvy phone 805-772-9665(WOOL), fax 805-772-9662. Shari writes: We can wash (scour), pick and card your wools, alpaca, llama, merinos, etc to a beautiful pin drafted roving. We also do batts and felt sheets. Our pin drafting is finished into a convenient nautical rope style coil. You can expect reasonable prices, tender loving care for your fleeces and always your own fiber returned. mfw@charterinternet.com   Web: www.morrofleeceworks.com

Mountain Rose Woolery   5124 53rd St., Rocky Mountain House AB, Can T0M 1T1 403-845-5841 mtnrose@agt.net www.telusplanet.net/public/mtrose/main.html

Mountain View Woolens PO Box 1274 Sonoma, CA 95476

.New England Alpaca Fiber Pool 994 Jefferson Street Fall River MA, 02791 NEAFP pools North American Alpaca Fleece and works exclusively with U.S. Mills to produce high quality socks, afghans, blankets and scarfs. These end products are returned to the farmer for resale at farm stores and other venues.email: support@neafp.com Web: www.neafp.com/

Ohio Valley Natural Fibers 8541 Louderback Rd. Sardinia, OH 45171  Kent & Ginny Ferguson & Julie Basham  937-446-3045 info@ovnf.com   www.ovnf.com Julie writes: We are one of the largest custom processing mills in North America and have been producing natural fiber products for over 17 years. Our specialty is the custom processing of fine and exotic fibers such as merino, angora, alpaca, yak, llama, etc. Along with producing lofty roving and pin drafting, we can also produce woolen yarn, quilt batts, felting batts and comforter batts created based on your specific requirements. Free brochure available upon request.

Ozark Carding Mill Gail White, 130B Hwy T Warsaw, MO 65355 660-438-2106 whitegf@earthlink.net  www.ozarkcarding.com Gail writes: We offer processing for all fibers, fine, medium and coarse, including camelids, bunny, mohair, wool, doggie, silk and cotton. We process into roving on centerpull bumps, loose in bags, batts and webs. We, also, offer pin drafted roving in coils. We have entered into a business arrangement with The Full Bobbin, to offer a machine spun yarn service for our customers.

Pleasant Valley Farm 138 Pleasant Valley Rd.S St. Bernard de Lacolle, QB Can J0J 1V0

Prairie Fiber Mill, Inc. Box 1539, Biggar, Saskatchewan. S0K 0M0. phone 306-882-4542 The owners write: We handle lots as small as two pounds and all producers will get their own fibre back. We also do custom dying. Your fibre will be processed with the greates care and attention. Contact Fred or Sheila at themill@sasktel.net or at the address or phone number listed above.

Pufpaff's Fiber Processing, Suzanne Pufpaff, 5038 East M79 Hwy, Nashville, MI 49073 517-852-1871 Suzanne writes: Our carder is a McDermott M26 and is designed to do the full range of fibers in lots as small as 8 ounces. Minimum charge is for one pound. We take pride in making beautiful rovings from fine wools, double coated fleeces and exotics as well as the basic fibers.  We are a full service facility offering, washing, carding, and custom feltmaking. New services that have been added include: custom dying, hand spinning of small quanities for that special project, custom knitting and new patterns for knitting directly from the roving.  Educational programs are also offered at the mill.. Contact person: Suzanne Pufpaff email fibermill@yurtboutique.com   http://fibermill.yurtboutique.com

Quail Hill Carding Co 11707 Quail LN, Hillsboro, WI 54634 608-528-4640 Rick writes: This is my mothers buisness and this may be one sided but her work is purfection,she is seriously fussy about every facet of her work right down to how the finished product is packed and shiped.With a little luck she will be on line soon.

Rach-Al-Paca Fiber Processing 18495 Goodwin Avenue, Hastings, MN 55033 651-485-7916 Rachel Writes: We are a full-service mill providing washing, picking, carding & spinning services. We specialize in alpaca, but can blend any fibers you wish, and have angora available in several colors. We charge no setup fees & require no minimum order size. We can return your fiber as clouds or roving for handspinning, batts for felting or quilting, or any size yarn you desire in skeins or center-pull balls. Please see our website for our simple pricing & complete ordering information. www.rachalpacafarm.com e-mail: rachalpacafarm@aol.com

New!..Rainbow Fleece Farm & Carding Co. , W7181 Hustad Valley Rd New Glarus, WI 53574. Phone 608-527-5311. Email rainbowfleece@yahoo.com. Weraise Blue Face Leicesters, MerinoX's and Jacob sheep. You may purchase our wool or send your own! We have wonderful dyed and blended rovings. Have dyed lock wool for felting. Custome processing includes washing, picking, carding...even do custom handspinning! Host events on the farm and also raise natural, grass based lamb! Patty Reedy writes - We are a fiber processing mill in business for 10 years!

Red Barn Fiber Processing Curt and Susan Boyes 5401 Norwood, Loveland, CO 80538 970-669-6106

Reidhill Fiber Farm 935 Glenn Bridge Rd SE. Arden, NC 28704 828-684-9792. e-mail Kreid92340@aol.com Catalog available upon request. Contact persons are Kim or Donny Reid.  Kim writes: We offer full service of all wool fibers and exotics, including custom blending (true blends, varigated blends and rainbow blends) dyeing, and spinning. No minimum weight requirements. No fibers shorter than 2 inches please. We also offer rovings, custom yarns, and custom knitting from our sheep or yours.

Rovings Custom Carding & Dyeing Box 192 Oakbank, MB Can R0E 1J0 800-266-5536

Royal Fiber Spinnery, Inc, 547 Gavilan Canyon Rd. Ruidoso, NM 88345 Phone 505-258 (YARN)-9276 Contact person is Rod Dakan at rdakan@royalspin.us  www.royalspin.us Full service processing from fleece to yarn.

Snohomish Custom Carding OK Mill Rd Snohomish, WA 98290 425-334-1942

Shear Delight Fiber HCR 34 Box 55 7770 Greenhorn Rd, Rye CO 81069

Spinderella's Creations 1640 South 600 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105  801-668-0563 We are a full service mill offering carding, and spinning of all types of fibers. We specialize in small quantities with low weight minimums. Your own fiber is returned to you with a quick turn around time. Contact Jim or Lynn Snell email Spinderellas523@msn.com Spinderellas523@msn.com web address is www.spinderellas.com

St. Peter Woolen Mill 101 W. Broadway , St. Peter, MN 56082 507-934-3734 or 3702 spwoolen@prairie.lakes.com and www.woolenmill.com

Still River Mill, Deirdre Bushnell & Greg Driscoll, 210 Eastford Road PO Box 397, Eastford, CT 06242 860-974-9918 sales@stillrivermill.com    www.stillrivermill.com Deirdre writes: We are a full service custom fiber processing mill that processes all types of fiber, including wool, alpaca, llama, mohair, and angora. Your own fiber will be returned to you. Small orders welcome. Update: We are now able to provide Cashmere processing and American Bison processing with the addition of short staple, lace weight spinning capabilities!

Stonehedge Farm and Fiber Mill, 2246 Pesek Rd., East Jordan, MI 49727 Contact person is Debbie McDermont stonehedge@unnet.com http://www.stonehedgefibermill.com

Sweet Gum Fiber Farm, RR 2 Box 150-C, Ridgeland, SC, 29936 phone 843-726-9271 Judy Scruggs and Jetta Scruggs Cook, owners,  e-mail--sweetgumfarm@hargray.com. http://www.sweetgumfarm.com Jetta writes: We process a variety of fibers including wool, mohair, cotton, synthetics and some exotics. We prefer not to do llama as our machines can handle short fibers better than long at the moment. We are in the process of upgrading our machines though, so give us a call or email us with any questions regarding processing.

Taos Valley Wool Mill, P.O. Box 567, 104 Lower Hondo Rd., Arroyo Hondo, NM 87513 505-776-1374 woolmill@taosfiber.com www.taosfiber.com/woolmill/

New!..Texas Fiber Mill 1155 County Road 307, McDade, TX 78650. We are located approximately 45 miles east of Austin, TX.  We offer a full service for custom fiber processing. See www.txfibermill.com. In addition we raise colored angora goats www.inglenookfarms.com. Owners - Deborah and Jim Sharp

The Carding Shed is no longer processing fiber

The Fibre Company 144 Fore Street, Studio D-1, Portland, ME 04101, 207-761-9992 Contact details: Contact@TheFibreCo.com    www.TheFibreCo.com Daphne writes: We are a full service custom processor offering roving, batts and yarns to producers of any fiber type. We offer tours to the public and sell our unique designs of woven and knitted fashions from our mill store located on the beautiful working waterfront of Portland, Maine.

The Heagy House is no longer processing fiber.

The Meadow's Gate 1366 Co Rd. 30 Andover, NY 14806 607-478-844?

The Sheep Shed - see Lee's Carding Mill

This & That Farm is no lpmger processing fiber

Treasurebrook Mill is no lpmger processing fibe

Vermont Premium Fiber Company is no longer in business

VIP Fibers - Handspun Yarn 18640 Castle Lake Drive, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, 408-782-0515 Email: vipfibers@earthlink.net, Website: www.vipfibers.com/ Contact person is Victoria Pettigrew who writes: Offering hand-spun yarn from specialty and natural fibers including dog hair, alpaca fiber, and rabbit fur and custom buttons. Custom spinning orders accepted. All about gathering and storing your dog's hair for spinning FIBERS: Dog hair, cat hair, rabbit fur, goat hair, alpaca fleeces, llama fleeces, and other exotic fibers. PRODUCTS: 2-ply, semi-worsted, hand-spun yarn; alpaca buttons; and spinner's hooks.

Wilde Yarns, Box 4662, Phila., PA 19127-0662. Phone:215-482-8800. www.wildeyarns.com. Email info@wildeyarns.com We offer custom carding and spinning of your washed wool, 50 lbs. minimum, spun into one count, one color. No minimum amount for carding. Information sheet sent on request.

New!..Woodland Hills Alpacas and The Fiber Mil, l 6190 Soffel Drive, Brooksville, Florida. We are a custom fiber processor and fiber artist. We specialize in alpaca fibers. We offer handspun yarns, alpaca handwoven products, alpaca felted items as well as Spinning/Weaving/Felting Classes.  Woven ragrugs, placemats and table runners. We offer pickup or dropoff services.  We guarantee our work and your fiber back from your animals.  Visit our Website to learn more. www.woodlandhillsalpacas.com or contact us at woodlandhillsalpacas@tampabay.rr.com.  We look forward to turning your beautiful alpaca fleece into wearable sellable art.

Wooly Knob Fiber Mill Inc., PO Box 171, 207 South Main, LaOtto, IN 46763 260-897-4477 Jamie writes: Wooly Knob Fiber Mill currently offers roving and batts processed from your fibers. We have a very simple pricing plan, $4.50 incoming weight-wool, $5.50 incoming weight-all other fibers, no minimum, no length restrictions (thinking outside of the box allows us endless possibilities) to date our longest fiber processed successfully has been 14 inches. Contact Jamie or Matt at the mill for more info or email woolyknobfibermill@aol.com  www.woolyknobfibermill.com

Yolo Wool Products 41501 Co Rd. 27 Woodland, CA 95776 916-666-1473 Contact person is Jane Deamer ywp@ccio.com and http://www.quikpage.com/Y/yolo Jane writes: custom scouring and carding to sliver or batting, combing, spinning and micron testing. Prefer fibers >21 microns.

Zeilinger Wool Co 1130 Weiss St. Frankenmuth, MI 48734 877-767-2920 Contact person is Kathy Zeilinger zwool@aol.com and www.zwool.com

Copyright© Ron Parker 2009-10-06 and permission is granted for listing links to this page. We make no guarantee of accuracy of any of the listings. Please send any changes, corrections, additions, etc. to Ron at rbparker@swipnet,se

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