0164Juniper Moon Farm yarns are available in yarn shops all over the U.S. and Canada. Local yarn shops are an amazing resource! The lovely people that work in your LYS can help you match a yarn to your pattern, tell you where you went wrong when you are confused with a project and even help you improve your skills with classes and workshops. Support your local yarn shop and help preserve this precious resource.

You can find all the U.S. stores that carry Juniper Moon Farm Yarns by visiting knittingfever.com and entering your zip code. For our Canadian knitters, visit Diamond Yarn.

For a list of our free patterns using JMF Yarns, click here.


  1. Could please tell me where I may get the Chadwick yarn in southeastern NH?
    May I order it over the phone from you people?

  2. When, when, when?????

  3. I would love to try some of the lace yarn. Can’t wait to find out where it will be stocked.

  4. love to buy lots of these ,no price or where to buy ?

  5. I just saw the Vogue Knitting magazine news about the yarn– yeah!!! I can’t wait!! Great press.

  6. Alice A. Treest

    June 10, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    I am really interested in the Findley Yarn. Looks great. Please let me know where I can buy some and also the cost. Thanks.

  7. Hello JMF Team,
    Just wanted to know when & where your yarns will be available. Can’t wait to see the list of stockists!

  8. I’m so excited that your farm is growing so successfully that you can produce this yarn! I love supporting farms and local, organic growers and I think it’s great that you can make this yarn in the us, and that the Chadwick is organic too!

  9. Starting to get “the knitting fever” again after looking at the beautiful yarns and colors – going to start my Christmas gift list now!

  10. micki henderson

    June 22, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    Do you have a date for the fall shearing? Also I didn’t recieve an email about the spring shearing!!!
    Would love to bring my knitting group in the fall.

  11. Hey, y’all – on the stockists list, Got Yarn in Richmond is actually an online seller, not a shop we can visit, FYI.

  12. Meg "Softailstitches"

    July 6, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    I’m forwarding this to my LYS – Elegant Stitches – in Miami, Florida. I hope it works out!

  13. Jessica Reininger

    July 26, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    We just received our first shipment of all three yarns (Twisted Ewe in Boise, Idaho). They are so beautiful, and I’m very excited to start projects, as are our customers!

  14. Carla Willingham

    August 18, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    Findley is my new “Drug of choice”!!!! I’ve made 2 shawls already with this and can’t get enough!!!! I’m SOOOOO in love!!!! I’ve been getting everyone that I know to try it!! And I’ve got another skein to start yet another shawl!!! It’s a real dream to design with!!!!
    :D Carla

  15. A heads up for those of you who, like me, live in the middle of nowwhere (at least when it comes to a LYS) Jimmybeans has the Findley in stock OL. But it only one color ATM, so I’m buggin them until I can get some Serendipity!

  16. I had to come looking for your website. I saw Findley for the first time yesterday at a shop that, through the traffic, was nearly an hour away. (Cottage Yarns in South San Francisco.) Didn’t buy it…

    Got back in the car today, went back up there, and came home with the offwhite that I knew all along I had to have. It is so much softer than some merino/silks I’ve encountered. The spinning is perfect both in twist and weight. This is IT!

  17. Hi!!!

    Just got the Debbie Bliss magazine for the Fall/Winter 2011. And would like to purchase the pattern for the “hat” on page 6 of same while iontroducing your Juniper Moon Farms Yarns. Of course, the yarn also from Juniper Moon Farm Yarns. But I can’t seem to get to the pattern and type of yarn used for same on your website?? Thanks.

    • Jenny

      September 12, 2011 at 3:00 pm

      Hi! We’re so glad you like the pattern, it’s one of our favorites! The hat is called the Sluggy Bonnet, and it is made with our Chadwick yarn. I’m not sure where you are located, but you can find our stockist list here. If there is a yarn shop near you, they will carry the Chadwick pattern book, which contains the pattern for the yarn, and the yarn itself. If there is not a stockist near you, you can order it online from any of our online dealers, including WEBS (yarn.com), Bonnie’s Kozy Knits (bonnieskozyknit.com) or the Yarn Barn (yarnbarn.com).

      Happy knitting! :)

  18. What beautiful yarns you have! I’ve just found your site and you’re doing such wonderful work!!
    I also saw your shepherd’s giveaway, and the poor dog! I wish I could take them all, but I travel too much :(
    Keep up the great work! I’d love to come visit sometime!!!

  19. I am SO looking forward to Shepherd School! And while there would love to purchase some wool and a pattern for a light & lacy, soft & warm, triangle-style shawl. I hope you can point me in the direction of some patterns before I arrive. Carla, what pattern did you use? Been bugging my local store (Strands) to get on the band wagon & order up some JMFF stuff. Maybe if I walk in with the goods they will decide to act!

  20. Hey! I just got an invite from Mia Bella Yarns in Highland Park, IL for your trunk show, which I´m very much looking forward to going. I was wondering how much the yarns are and what type of discount you guys will be giving at the show. You know budgets: gotta plan everything! Thanks in advance. Cheers and best of luck!

  21. Jenny,
    Just listened to your recent interview with Kathy at Webs. Wonderful story. I have to tell you I knit with your Chadwick earlier this year. I was a contract knitter for Tanis on her designs with your yarn. I did not know what the yarn was at the time as everything was unlabeled. But I have to tell you it is the softest yarn out there. I loved the loft as I was doing color work and it filled it so beautifully when blocked. It was like knitting with cotton candy, a true pleasure. I knit two designs and can’t wait to see them in published form.

    I would love to get my hands on some Findley as I prefer to work at the smaller gauge. I also work in a yarn shop in Pittsburgh and may have to talk with the owner about your line. Is there anyway to get samples? I believe we already have an account with KFI will we be notified automatically when the yarn is available?

    My daughter lives in Norfolk so I may have to take a trip this spring down through Charlottesville and check out the farm. I used to raise Romneys and Border Leicesters and a few Southdowns (boy were they buggers to lead) so I would love to visit your farm.

    Thank you for your beautiful yarns,

  22. Colleen McCullough

    December 28, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    Where can I buy the Sweet Georgia cash silk and cashmere? I’m in humboldt and trinity county.

  23. Am looking for Bulky yarn in Natural color, approx. 115yds per skein/approx 4 oz. Loved the Willa yarn and finished a beautiful afghan and gave it to my son for Christmas. Now looking for the Bulky. Do you have this?
    Kay in Virginia

  24. How do I purchase Findley, I’m in northern VT.
    Can I buy online?

  25. I stumbled across your Findley at Cottage Yarns in South San Francisco and brought two white skeins home. I want to tell you how much I’m enjoying this yarn. It is so soft and it is so beautiful–and I’m a picky knitter. Even in the crumpled-tin-foil stage of laceknitting, it sparkles and shows off and doesn’t want to be put down. I’m knitting a shawl for a bride and it is just perfect.

    • Alison, what a lovely thing to say! I am so glad you’re enjoying knitting with Findley and I’d LOVE a picture of your finished shawl.

  26. I am puzzled by the “Made in Italy” on the Juniper Moon Farm Findley Dappled yarn.

    • Cindy, our commercial lines are produced from fleeces from other farms at different mills around the world. Our small farm couldn’t produce any where near enough yarn to support the yarn we sell in yarn shops- it would take many, many thousands of sheep every year. Our farm yarn is available for sale through our CSA shares only, because it is very limited and precious to us.

      We’ve been very candid about the fact that we can’t produce all the yarns from the very beginning. I hope that clears things up!

  27. I was wondering how to purchase the Herriot yarn and which store carries them?

  28. Hi Jamie,
    Herriot will start shipping to LYSs (check out our stockists list) in early September, so be on the lookout for it very soon!

  29. looking forward cause I’ve got the perfect pattern for the yarn! You are putting out some of the most beautiful yarns that it’s endless~ Keep it going!

  30. I received a sample of the Chadwick from a KFI rep. This is such a delightful yarn to knit with and equally wonderful to wear. Love Love Love it.

    Thank you Juniper Moon!

  31. Where can I get your lace weight yarns in NJ?

  32. Where can I get your lace weight yarns in NJ? Also the patterns for this yarn are available where?

  33. Your yarns look amazing!

    Are they available in Australia?

  34. Have been looking at your wonderful site and yarns and sheep and dogs and . . .
    Now I wonder if there is a yarn shop in Vancouver B.C. Canada or the lower
    mainland of B.C. that carries your Herriot yarn.
    Mary Anne

    • Hi Mary Anne,
      We aren’t in any shops in Canada yet, but I know WEBS and a few other shops do ship to Vancouver. Let me know if you need help locating a shop.


  35. Hello!

    I’m looking to knit a pair of fingerless mitts for a friend, and she loves this stripe work and colors:


    I can’t find anyone who sells sampler packs of natural wool, and so I thought to search on Ravelry.
    Do you sell samplers of natural undyed yarns in similar colors as the picture above?
    Please let me know, and if you can, how much would it be? I can’t pay a lot and am still shopping around.

  36. How can I order additional Herriot yarn from Juniper Moon? Received two hanks for Christmas, but wold like to order enough for a sweater. No phone number or order form etc. not good, anyone help?

    • Hi Helen! Herriot is sold in local yarn stores across the U.S.. You can find the store closest to you by entering your zip code on this page. If there isn’t a shop near you, you can definitely find Herriot at WEBS and have it delivered.

  37. Thanks Susan, will search local now. HAPPY NEW YEAR

  38. Hi,
    I bought into the fall CSA last year and am wondering when we might get yarn? Ruth Baker

  39. Oops! I think I just unsubscribed, so I will sign up again.

  40. I have printed off the Bramble pattern, but the measurements don’t make sense to me. It reads:
    “48(68)” x 19″/122(172.5)cm x 48 cm after blocking”.
    Does only 1 measurement increase? In looking at the picture I am guessing left to right is the 48 or 68. But I don’t understand why one would want it to get longer (wider?) but not any wider, or narrower, for that matter.
    I cannot afford the lovely yarn but hope to make this with something suitable in the near future! Thanks for the lovely pattern!!!!

    • Hi Emily, it does just lengthen. Depending on how you want to wear it, you may want a wider stole, but the designer felt it it was the perfect height as is. Of course, it’s very easy to make it taller or shorter by adding or removing chart repeats, so feel free to do what works for you!

  41. What exactly do the KFI distributed yarns have to do with the actual farm?

    • Hi Jennifer! I am the creative director of the JMF lines that are distributed by KFI. It gives JMF the opportunity to design yarns and pattern collections that use fibers from other fiber animals, and it creates a market for the wool grown by other shepherds. My own flock is limited both by the size of the farm and by the fact that I don’t want to run the thousands of sheep it would take to supply yarn shops across the country.
      As far as I am concerned, the commercial lines allow us to have the best of both worlds, and the income from them supports the animals the will live at JMF for the rest of their lives.
      Hope that answers your question!

  42. Hi. Your yarns sound lovely. Are the fibres other than the one from your farm also raised humanely? If so, are they sold in Ontario Canada anywhere? Just for personal knitting.
    Thank you!

  43. love your sabine. am making the amarishawl and all was going so well until i got to the lace. i have done much lace, but this is not working. i am on my 4th try and i’m so over it. perhaps it would help to know the number of stitches one needs at the end of every row 2. please advise. tho is for my 13 year old grand who has started to go to socials.

  44. Hi I have started knitting a sweater in Willa but am realising I must have miscalculated quantities and am going to run out of yarn before I finish. Could you tell me, if I manage to order more of the same colour online, if the dye lots vary in shade noticeably? Also, I am wondering why the Willa has been discontinued? Thanks

    • Hi Katherine, unfortunately dye lots can vary and it’s very difficult to tell just how much of a difference there will be without seeing it in real life. I know that WildFibers in Washington state has some Willa left, as does WEBS. You may want to call them and see if they happen to have your dye lot, if the original store does not.

      Yarns are discontinued for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately as much as we loved Willa, not everyone agreed with us. I hope you’ll enjoy your Willa sweater! I love the fabric it creates.

  45. I felt. I was hoping to see roving for my sculpture felting . I also knit so I looked at you products and they are so beatiful.

    Felting wool ?


    • Hi Beth, we don’t currently offer roving in our commercial yarn lines. I’m not certain if it’s something that we will do in the future, as it’s a more specialized market, but I’ll be sure to bring it up as a possibility. I’ve not tried needle-felting, yet, but I’ve seen some beautiful work!

  46. Is there any chance that Chadwick will be brought back. Knitting with Chadwick is devine. I just completed a Herringbone scarf with Chadwick and love, love, love it.

  47. I found the cutest pattern for some lamb slippers using your yearling yarn in #01 snowball. I’m having a hard time finding it. Did you come out with a new yarn in its place? Thank you!!

  48. Hi.

    As a vegan, and passionate knitter and crocheter, I was very interested in your yarn and wanted to find out more about it. I’m afraid your website is really letting you down. Clicking on the names of yarns came up with an empty ‘Page OK’ page, many images are missing, and there is very little information available about how the sheep live. I found out that your yarns are ‘ethically produced’ but can’t find any other solid information about what that means in real terms. There are LOTS of vegan crafts-people out there who are desperate for truly cruelty-free materials for knitting and felting… I’m in the UK and would pay extra for the right stuff. Could you give me some more information please. Thanks.

  49. I’m so glad that the internet allows free info like this!

  50. Great common sense here. Wish I’d thought of that.

  51. Thanks for spending time on the computer (writing) so others don’t have to.

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