Cyber Fiber Farm Club - Yarn Package

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Cyber Fiber Farm Club - Yarn Package

150.00

Cyber Fiber Farm Club membership provides a full year of learning about raising sheep and managing a farm and fiber studio. See general information in the Cyber Fiber Farm Club header and details below the check-out box.

Cyber Fiber Farm Club Yarn Package:
One year of learning about the day-to-day experiences on the farm.
Kit: Lineate Cap for knitters or ZigZag Maze Scarf for weavers (all yarn and instructions)
Book:
Raw Material: Working Wool in the West by Stephany Wilkes, signed by the author
Meridian Jacob tote bag
Fleece and Yarn Samples
Unicorn Fiber Wash and Fiber Rinse samples
Invitation to private CFFC Facebook group
Access to Farm Club members only page on website
Personalized certificate

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The Yarn: Each year I design a new batch of yarn. The current yarns are spun at Mountain Meadow Wool Mill with wool from two other Solano County farms and/or my Jacob wool. I dye some of the yarns with plants grown here on the farm.
Lineate Cap Kit: The Lineate Cap pattern uses three colors of our yarn—natural white and naturally dyed contrast and accent colors. You will receive a Ravlery download code for this pattern. If you don’t have a Ravelry account you will receive the printed pattern with your yarn. Make your color choices at check-out.
ZigZagMaze Scarf Kit: This kit uses the same yarns at the Lineate Cap. It is woven at 8 epi on a 4-shaft loom. A rigid heddle pattern will be available soon. Make your color choices at check-out.
Raw Material: Stephany Wilkes is a Farm Club member, sheep shearer, and now author. In her book she tells, in a most entertaining way, of experiences that led her down the path to become a sheep shearer and how she became heavily involved in northern California’s Fibershed, now a nation-wide movement. She also introduces the culture of clothing and textiles, how it has changed in the last decades, and that consumers are beginning to relate the consciousness of “locally grown” and “slow food” to textile production.
Facebook Group: This is a private group only for Farm Club members. Sometimes my posts are brief, but other times there may be in-depth topics that range from sheep health to pasture management to tips for natural dyeing. Posts include photos and videos. The Lambing Journal is updated daily throughout lambing season. Members will be encouraged to participate in conversations and ask questions.
Facebook Live: Members will be able to join me in doing chores or other farm activities and join the On-the-Farm Farm Club members on Farm Days, Shearing Day, at the State Fair, etc.
Farm Tour: If you ever find yourself in Northern California you are invited to schedule a personalized farm tour.
Kit Discount: I am developing add-on kits using Jacob wool yarns that will be introduced throughout the year. As a Farm Club member you will be the first to know about them and will receive an exclusive discount.