= SEMAP Member
35 Walnut St
Wildwood Farm raises Border Leicester/Blue Faced Leicester cross sheep and sells yarn and products made from their fiber: rugs, socks, dryers balls, hand knitted products and needle felting kits. They also sell pastured lamb and have their own honey for sale when the bees can share!
28 Draper Ln
Draper Knitting Company is a 6th generation family-run organization. They specialize in knitted high pile, jersey, double knits, napped fleece, single-sided terry and non-woven fabrics for fashion, performance, industrial and safety applications.
Southeastern New England Fibershed
The Southeastern New England Fibershed actively works to connect regional fiber systems in Southeast- ern New England centered around local fibers, local manufacturing, and the creation of local products. With a big focus on waste wool and wastewater, they are also working to help farmers re-envision how fiber can be a soil input, a fertilizer as well as a building material. By connecting these dots, the fibershed sees a more forward-facing supply chain that will reinvigorate a once-thriving New England textile industry.
Child’s Play Alpaca Farm
245 Tremont St
(508) 952-0036 | email@example.com
Child’s Play Alpaca Farm is a small family run farm in Carver, MA. They specialize in breeding and showing alpacas, goats and angora rabbits. They sell fiber products, chicken (meat), and eggs and also offer tours of their thriving modern day farm.
The Allen Farm Sheep and Wool Company
421 South Rd
(508) 645-9064 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Martha’s Vineyard’s oldest continuously working family farm, the Allen Farm in Chilmark consists of 100 acres of rolling pastures and meadows. Raising sheep for wool and meat. Also selling eggs.
Village Farm Fiber Arts
Village Farm Fiber Arts is a small local business with a passion for fiber. Owner Sandy Wilkins loves processing the raw fibers and turning it into beautiful batts or spinning it into soft and gorgeous yarns. She enjoys dyeing both the unprocessed fiber and the finished yarn into exciting colors. Village Farm Fiber Arts carries beautiful blended batts and roving for the felter and hand spinner and yarn for the knitter or weaver. Selling one of a kind socks, mittens, gloves, hats, mittens, scarves and more!
Bristol County Agricultural High School
135 Center St
(508) 669-6744, ext 2215
Bristol Aggie Animal Science Department raises a flock of purebred Romeldale/CVM sheep. The Romeldale are a fine wool breed, and the California Variegated Mutant, or CVM, is its multi-colored derivative. Both the CVM and the Romeldale are unique to the United States and are on the endangered list. They offer breeding stock, lambs, fleece and fiber.
Hidden Hollow Alpacas
249 Hart St
(508) 863-0102 | email@example.com
Hidden Hollow Alpacas is small family farm located in North Dighton, Massachusetts. They raise alpacas and goats for their luxurious fiber. Find their fiber products at local events and fairs!
New England Alpaca Fiber Pool Inc. (NEAFP)
115 N. 7th St
(508) 659-6731 | firstname.lastname@example.org
NEAFP collects alpaca fiber from farms across the country and oversees the manufacturing of finishing clothing and accessories. By working together with thousands of alpaca farms and dozens of domestic textile mills, NEAFP is able to help farms of all sizes maximize the value of the fiber they produce, making their businesses that much more sustainable. Hours by appointment only.
Good Clothing Company
28 Anawan St
(508) 567-5194 | email@example.com
From small batch manufacturing, to large scale production with the capabilities of two facilities Good Clothing Company is able to attend to a variety of clients.
41 Steven St
What started as a small backyard farm developed through two generations of 4-H club involvement. Moonlight Acre’s sheep are exhibited at various New England fairs and have won many top awards. Registered Hampshire sheep for sale, as well as their own Greek style lamb sausage and ground lamb. Wool “Baaay State Blankets” and throws. Sheep shearing service available as well. Also breeding and selling Holland Lop rabbits! Products sold at the Carver Farmers’ Market or call ahead to set up an appointment.
Little Compton, RI
Hope Alpaca Farm
134 Maple Ave
Hope Alpaca Farm raises Huacaya Alpaca for their fiber. The fiber is processed and used to manufacture alpaca products (hats/gloves/scarves/ etc). The farm welcomes guests during open farm events or scheduled tours.
Dyer Maker Studio
137 Union St
(508) 669-6835 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Alchemist, Rhonda M. Fazio is owner and creative director of Interwoven, a venue and maker-space specializing in the food and fabric arts. Interwoven is also the host venue for Dyer Maker Studio, a transportable makerspace specializing in experiential workshops featuring “Dyeing to Wear It: Creating Community through Color.” Rhonda teaches cooking skills through and food preservation at the New Bedford Farmers Market with Coastal Foodshed. You can find her craft jam, “Alchemy in a Jar,” at local businesses throughout the South Coast.
Kave Rock Farm
142 Reservoir Ave
(401) 465-7589 | email@example.com
Kave Rock is an alpaca farm specializing in USA made alpaca fiber products. Alpaca sales and breeding also available. Small group farm events, offsite weddings, and birthday parties can be scheduled. The farm is open to the public most Sundays from 12-4p.m.
Sippican River Farm
32 Bates Rd
(508) 763-5725 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sippican River is a small 30-acre family owned and operated farm. Specializing in quality alpacas and products produced from their lovely fiber since 2009. All of their products are available at the farm store or their online store. They also offer farm tours and alpaca walks and treks. You can also find them at many local farmers’ markets and events.
8 Martin Rd
Peggy Hart uses MA-made vintage industrial looms to weave throws and blankets. She has her own line, and also does commission weaving for sheep farmers using their own wool.
Moonlight Rose Alpacas
91 Chace St
Located in Swansea, Massachusetts, Moonlight Rose Alpaca Farm is one of the top alpaca breeder farms in Massachusetts. In addition to alpacas, they also sell produce at area farmers markets throughout the summer.
Golden Touch Farm
645 Sanford Rd
Golden Touch Farm is an alpaca farm that processes raw fiber into socks, gloves, blankets, hats, and scarfs. Pick up by appointment. Also raising babydoll sheep.