We hope this continually growing page will serve to connect people throughout the state to our wonderful fiber resources. If you would like your fiber related event, business, or skill set included please email info@valleyfiberarts.org with your contact information and a short description.

 Alaska Fiber Producers

Hope Farm and Fiber offers Cormo Rambouillet and Tunis Corriedale fleeces, You can contact Natalie Wolfe at 907-312-3107 or by email at gnat71@yahoo.com.

Rocking Ewe Farm offers Suffolk and Suffolk cross fleeces. You can contact them at eagb.art@hotmail.com, on Facebook Messenger, or by calling the owner Rita Gelino-Bequette at 907-232-9438 or Emily Gelino-Bequette at 907-232-9409.

Tower Ranch offers fine wool fleeces from a variety of breeds. They have white and natural color fleece. They coat their sheep to keep the fleece clean and beautiful. You can find more information on their website and you can contact Michelle Olsen at 907-354-4184.

Alaskan Fiber Mills and Processors

Coyote Trail Farm & Fiber offers full service fiber processing. Please see their website for more information.

Alaskan Fiber Businesses

Becca’s Alpaca

Born Fuzzy Boutique

Dancing Skies Fiber Arts

Dragonfly Creations offers prepared fiber for spinning. Batts, rolags, and roving are available using multiple different fibers. Tracey also teaches fleece preparation and fiber blending classes in Palmer and Wasilla. You can contact Tracey at dragonflycreationsak@gmail.com.

Fiber N’ Ice is a leading yarn shop in the Matsu-Valley, conveniently located next to Lowes and  the UPS in Wasilla, Alaska. We strive to provide great customer service along with a variety of fiber arts supplies and classes for our guests.

Grumpy Bunny Woolworks

Julz Naturals

The Fibering Squad

The Tangled Skein is a yarn and fiber shop located in Eagle River.

Working Wood Productions has handcrafted Fiber Arts Tools by John Ziv. Tools for weaving, spinning, cord-making, and more!

Yule Farm  is a place for people who love to create. Our workshops will cover a variety of mediums taught by various artisans. Workshops will be held for beginners and experts alike. 

Alaskan Fiber Experts/Mentors

  *Updates Pending*

Alaskan Fiber Events

The Valley Fiber Arts Guild has events year round. Please check out our What’s Happening Page.

The Mat-Su Valley Fiber Festival is a non-profit organization of artists, producers, and teachers who are dedicated to sharing their love of all things fiber. From the animals who grow it to the finished garments, we have something for everyone.

The Anchorage Weavers and Spinners Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to the encouragement of the fiber arts in Alaska. The guild seeks to promote the exhibition of fiber arts and to inform its members and the public through lectures, workshops and craft demonstrations.

The mission of the Fairbanks Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild (FWSG) is to connect fiber artists across Interior Alaska and build community through practice, teaching and learning in the arts of weaving, hand spinning, and related textile arts.

The Fireweed Fiber Guild has a goal to identify and support the production, processing and promotion of natural fibers from “Agriculture to Art”. They are open to all individuals, and wish to encourage and assist other fiber producers and artists in all areas of their endeavors.