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Heart of New Mexico Fiber and Art Gathering

Sep 3, 2022 – Sep 4, 2022

The Heart of NM Fiber and Art Gathering is held in conjunction with Wildlife West Nature Park’s Harvest Festival.

Come join us over Labor Day Weekend, September 3rd, 10:00-5:00 and stay for the Chuckwagon Dinner in the evening and September 4th, 10:00-4:00 at Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewoo...

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So...the NMRennaissance Celtic Festival went over very well! Thank you to all that came out. The Festival generated over $5000 towards Wildlife West Nature Park. The animals there are very grateful!

The other news from the farm is that we now have a retail shop inside Church Street Market Shops ...

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With the state opening up, we are hopeful that the New Mexico Renaissance Celtic Festival will take place st the end of March. If so, Kylari's Kritters will be there! We are planning to have some of our wonderful animals, kids activities, an old world style sheep shearing and tarot readings at ou...

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Holiday fun! These gnomes are made using ponderosa pinecones found right here at the farm. These whimsical and rustic little guys will come in handy as they are known to bring good luck to the home. Each hand crafted gnome ornament is unique. They feature real mohair curls collected from our goat...

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Look at this viking style rug! Made with 100% upcycled Icelandic wool. This renewable resource is fluffy and fun! It is from sheep raised right here in New Mexico. Feel free to ask about other sizes and colors. Prices range from $50 to $100. Please contact us for more details and photos.

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Handcrafted sheep bag. Made with wool, silk, and cotton yarns. It measures approximately 3x6. The blue and black striped cord is long enough to wear it as a crossbody bag.


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Central New Mexico Fiber Farm

Kyle and I met in Albuquerque, NM in 2000. Kyle moved out to the country with me in 2002 and wanted livestock. We got our first 2 sheep from a neighbor in 2006. We added Angora goats in 2013 and then llamas in 2016.  2018 was very exciting. We added Cashgora goats to our flock!

We settled on fiber animals because I didn't want to butcher any pets. We chose Shetland Sheep because they didn't intimidate me with their size. We also wanted to promote a rare heritage breed. They are primitive, so are self sufficient. Ewes easily lamb without the difficulty of improved breeds and are excellent mothers. Tails don't need to be docked and they don't have the nutritional needs of faster growing sheep. Our interest of natural fibers has invited us to broaden our focus from Shetlands to other wool breeds. 

We focus on clean raw wool, roving and locks. Our primary market is handspinners and local fiber artists. My other passion is genuine handcrafed artwork, wearables, and oddities.



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  • (505) 980-0180

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21 Wooly Way
Edgewood, NM 87015
USA

Business Hours

Mon:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tue:10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Wed:10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Thu:10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Fri:Closed
Sat:Closed
Sun:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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