Swift Indiana

Spinners and Weavers of Indiana Fiber and Textiles

Fiber Producers, Artists & Processing Mills

Please just check to see if the below info is correct or feel free to add your name and/or company.





Llama and Alpaca Products

Castleton Farm Jackie Reiser. Huacaya Alpaca in a variety of colors – Springfield, IL.

Montrose Farms Alpaca Ranch Suri Alpaca – Brownsburg, IN.

MW Swampy Acres Eran McCarty. Llama fibers – Fortville, IN.

SuPaca Farms LLC  Suelynne Childers – Alpacas – Gosport, IN  317-696-8139 or supacafarms@hotmail.com

Trading Post for Fiber Arts Susan Markle. Alpaca fiber and yarn – Pendleton, IN.

Wool Products….. also included with others listed here.

Fiber Artists:

Sheepytimeknits.com/, Indianapolis, IN for rovings and yarn    email: SheepyTime@gmail.com

Breezy-Manor Farm, Mooresville, IN, Contact Donna Jo Copeland, Call (317) 260-0571 email: breezymanor@aol.com    https://www.facebook.com/Breezy-Manor-Farm-245154612210968/

Suzanne Halvorson  weavesuz@comcast.net.  Mostly weaving projects

Patti Hodge – Beautiful felted items, large and small! Patti Hodge’s email:  pattisfelt@gmail.com  

Ragtime Rugs Handwoven rugs.

Regina’s Fiber Art  Regina Mitchell fiber art.

Linda Adamson – Weaving

Sue Meissner – Spinning     I am a member of Bloominton Spinners and Weavers Guild.  I am in my 6th and final year of a Master Spinner certificate course through Olds College, Alberta. This course emphasizes technical spinning with a wide range of fibers on all sorts of spinning aparatus.  And I enjoy knitting, weaving, tatting and bobbin lace, but spinning best of all. At home growing her own flax for spinning and is recognized for this skill in spinning cotton.  Contact Sue at: spins4fun@yahoo.com

Fiber Mills

  • WABASH WOOLLEN WORKS, Wabash, Indiana 

    Wabash Woollen Works was born in 2005, on the farm of Lisa Gilman and Michael Rheinheimer in Atwood, Indiana, where they raised fine wool sheep, alpaca, and angora rabbits. A faith in God and a love of nature led Lisa and Michael to start a small fiber mill. 

    A few years ago, they were looking for a new site. What is now Wabash Woollen Works was an 1870s structure slated for demolition. A heartfelt plea to the small-town Wabash, Indiana mayor led him to tear up the demolition papers. Now, the building is a banquet hall and a fiber mill with plenty of space for an outbuilding with solar panels and a garden filled with natural-dye plants. This location is also just a short drive to the mill’s private island, which is a natural habitat for dye plants.


Description of what you want to sell: Full service fiber processing mill services including: carding, pin-drafting, spinning, dying of raw fiber into batts, roving, needle felting.

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