Southwest Farm to Yarn Collective is a non-profit, all volunteer grassroots organization of fiber producers, fiber artisans and fiber enthusiasts that collaborated on the formation of a sustainable fiber hub in the Four Corners area of southwest Colorado.  This organization is here to support your enthusiasm and desire for locally-grown fibers processed into yarns (either hand-spun or mill processed) and local artists’ finished products.

Local Farmers and Artisans
  • Acorn Artworksknitted and felted items; Mancos, CO
  • Cedar Mesa RanchNavajo-churro yarn and roving, natural and dyed; Dolores, CO
  • Cherry Creek Valley Farmsalpaca yarn and roving, Cactus Flower tapestry looms and weaving tools; Hesperus, CO
  • Corvid Glassfused glass buttons and shawl pins; Cortez, CO
  • Loun WoolsCormo Navajo-churro roving, natural colors; Mancos, CO
  • Skywater Alpaca Fibersalpaca yarn and roving, natural colors; Durango, CO
  • Willysman Woodworkshandmade wooden yarn holders and swifts; Cortez, CO
  • woollylizardhand-dyed yarn and roving, handwoven items, Cortez, CO