Ten Mile Fiber is the result of years of longing for a calm and peaceful life that combined love of country living and love of fiber arts. The farm is tucked into a curve of Ten Mile Creek in Washington County, Pennsylvania. A medium sized flock of sheep raised primarily for fiber provide entertainment and a source of contentment. No matter what the season, the sheep and dogs keep us busy and satisfied.
We sell lambs, fleeces (raw and washed), roving and top and yarn.
We have a small in house shop carrying items from local makers – yarn, knitting accessories, project bags, needle cases and journals. We also sell at fiber festivals and we will soon complete our new online shop at FiberCrafty.com.