From grass to garment



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Winter's weather whiplash is keeping the animals wishing for spring and lush pastures! Choose a few fibery cashmere kids for your farm!



What started as an interest in knitting has grown into a small farm of cashmere goats, sheep and a few alpaca. The farm produces fibers for spinning, individually designed yarns, and breeding stock. 




Contact Bearlin Acres Farm
natural fibers in wool, alpaca and cashmere

Mail Order Form
Please place an order by mail through our order form (left) or by email above. A sample of our products can be found at our Etsy store listing which changes now and then. Etsy shop Bearlinfibers
Selected Yarn Photographs:
Farm Flicker page Projects and dye days




         
pewter sheep ornament front view

Pewter sheep ornament available for your favorite shepherd or collector. Actual size 2.25 " diameter. Front and back shown. $20 USD Original design, © 2004.

pewter sheep ornament

             
Order wool products using the order form or email links above.
Bearlin Acres Farm


Shippensburg, PA


Prearrange and confirm farm visits well in advance!

 cheviot ewe lamb
Grazing Days
A Shepherd's blog

       

Updates:

  • South Cumberland Fiber Guild meetings, Third Saturdays, Shippensburg Public Library Annex, 10:30 AM. Check the website for materials needed. South Cumberland Fiber Guild Bring your current projects to share.


  • Previous Cashmere goat shows and clinics were happy events filled with lots of quality cashmere both on and off the hoof in VT and VA. 2017 Cashmere Goat Association membership is now due. CGA



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We assume no responsibility for your use of any information found here. Last Updated this page 24 FEB 2017.




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