CRAFTS – fiber arts

We carry local and regional crafts – mostly fiber arts, plus yarns from local farms or hand-dyed by local artists.

  • baby items, hats, socks, booties, mittens, sweaters, blankets
  • handwoven towels
  • hand-sewn project bags
  • hand-knit socks
  • hand-dyed socks from local farm mohair & alpaca
  • scarves & cowls
  • shawls
  • mittens, children – adult sizes
  • hats, children – adult sizes
  • blankets (throw size) from Massachusetts wool
  • handwoven rugs, small or runner
  • wooden swifts
  • wooden yarn bowls

Here are some of the artists currently featured.


Please see the YARNS page for this information.


We have handwoven scarves from several local weavers – Scarf wallall unique, many for year-round wear.  We also have shawls, throws, towels, hats, mittens, baby clothes, and small rugs & a runner.  This is a small store with a small selection in some cases, but it’s definitely worth a look!

Scarves, Shawls: Ziporah Hildebrandt, plant dyed silk scarves;  Joanne Wood Peters – handpainted, handwoven; Kristen Schmitter, crocheted; Anita Thompson, handwoven scarves

Hats & Mittens:  Betsey Forbes knit hats & mittens for infant – adult sizes

Socks:  Cynthia Herbert (Moonshine Design at Keldaby) – local mohair hand-dyed socks; Woodcock Farm alpaca socks and felt boot or slipper liners

Accessories (woven, felted):  Sarah Strong, cotton project bags; Anita Thompson, towels; Pashya White, vintage silk small bags;

Homewares:  Palmer Family Farm handwoven rugs; Anita Thompson, handwoven towels

Wooden ware:  Walt Quist, wooden swifts;  Richard Williams, wooden yarn bowls

6 responses to “CRAFTS – fiber arts

  1. Please add me to your email list.
    I look forward to seeing your shop soon.
    Cindy Barnish


  2. I would like to register for workshop, Sunday, March 30th 1 to 4 P.M.
    Pat Remillard


    • Hi Pat, I’ve got you “penciled in.” Please call to confirm your registration – 413-397-3680 – as we only have 2 spots left. Thanks, Liz


  3. Do you carry Debbie Bliss yarns. Specifically, Paloma? I know it’s one of her older yarns but would like to use it if possible. Many thanks, Barbara Volker


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