A wonderful place to gather
The Nezinscot Farm Yarn & Fiber Studio is more than just a yarn shop! It’s a place where you can splurge on the latest knitting, weaving and spinning supplies or stock up on the seasons hottest colors. Its a space to help foster creativity, become inspired and learn something new!
We have a full range of our own natural & dyed yarns, as well as yarn & roving from top brands across the U.S.. We also stock the latest knitting, spinning and weaving supplies and accessories, handcrafted items from local artists and so much more!
Interested in a career at the Nezinscot Farm Fiber Studio? The Fiber Studio is now taking applications for Summer/Winter Assistants and Interns. Apply Today
We are a group of passionate, fiber enthusiasts!
Our Yarn & Fiber
Our yarn & roving comes from our own flock of Cormo and Shetland sheep, llama, alpaca, and goats. Our wool is blended and spun at New England spinneries into 2 and 4-ounce skeins.
Weekend Studio Classes
The Fiber Studio offers classes every Saturday & Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn about spinning, knitting, crocheting, needle felting and basic weaving. Please email or call in advance so we can prepare materials. Cost: $20/hour plus materials. Most classes being 2 hours with materials being from $8 to $15. People can either purchase materials at the farm or bring their own!
Fiber Studio Events
The Yarn & Fiber Studio also hosts fiber retreats and a variety of fiber classes/workshops throughout the year.
Many of the items in our store are also available online and can be shipped anywhere in the U.S
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Have a question for our fiber studio staff? Send us a note.
The Latest from the Fiber Studio Blog
The Life Of Wool Continues..... Shearing is supposed to be done on a spring-like day; March is technically a spring month and therefore a month that I try to book one of the few available shearers in the state. Last weekend, however, was not a spring...
Gregg and I have purchased a second farm, and like Nezinscot comes with family and native history. Also, like Nezinscot it was originally owned by Gregg's grandfather G.W. Varney, who then sold to his son, Paul Varney who then sold to his herdsman Adrian Wadsworth who...
Kim is a local spinner and knitting guru. She has been an instructor at our annual Weaving & Fiber Arts Weekend for the past several years, and now is joining our weekend staff to instruct classes in Knitting, Crocheting, and Spinning. She is a member...