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PO Box 414
Tracy City, TN 37387
USA

A FIRST HAND INTRODUCTION INTO THE WORLD OF RAISING FIBER ANIMALS, SPINNING, WEAVING, AND NATURAL DYEING.

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Homegrown Textiles from the Cumberland Plateau

A Working Farm, Gathering Space, and Textile Education Sanctuary

STORE   Browse a curated selection of products made right here on the farm; created using honest + homegrown ingredients that can be traced back to their original source.

STORE
Browse a curated selection of products made right here on the farm; created using honest + homegrown ingredients that can be traced back to their original source.

FARM STAY    The front half of the farmhouse is for short term rentals via    AirBnB   . We are located halfway between Chattanooga and Nashville, surrounded by South Cumberland State Park.

FARM STAY

The front half of the farmhouse is for short term rentals via AirBnB. We are located halfway between Chattanooga and Nashville, surrounded by South Cumberland State Park.

BLOG    Visit the online journal, filled with natural dye recipes, weaving tips, photos of animals, and stories that may or may not relate to textiles.

BLOG

Visit the online journal, filled with natural dye recipes, weaving tips, photos of animals, and stories that may or may not relate to textiles.


 Fiber Farm is home to a menagerie of animals, a working textile education center, and one shepherdess working to live in symbiosis with Mother nature. Located atop the Cumberland Plateau in Tracy City, Tennessee, the farm is a working example of a vertically integrated micro textile operation.

Image: Grace Boto

Image: Grace Boto


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