Ever since I was a young child, I loved doing anything with fiber. I thought it was such a shame how people would shave their animals and just throw away all that beautiful wool, alpaca and mohair. There is a lot of work involved to take it off the animals and turn it into something else.  Most people do not even know how.  It is becoming a lost art.  I always saved mine and have learned to do many things with it.  As I grew up, my sister Amanda and I always wanted to have a farm.  So we got together, and moved half way around the country where we were able to find some cheap open land.  Basically just left with only a little more money then the trip would cost and whatever we could fit in our old car plus a tent.  We have come a long way from that and we just keep building.  We tried some things that worked and some that didn't.  This year we purchased the Mohair House from Sue and added all her goats to our growing animals.  She taught us a new way to play with fiber and how to make and dye gorgeous doll hair. My sister and I are so excited to be working with so much mohair and enjoying a new type of goat.  We can't wait for it to grow even more and watch the soon to be baby's grow.  We will also slowly be adding some wool and alpaca fiber for spinning as well.  There are so many things you can make from fiber.  I hope you have as much fun with it as I do!  I would also love to see how your dolls, trolls, and other projects turnout.  It is so special when someone makes something themselves and amazing when you see it before they started.  Amanda and I are always here to answer any questions that you may have and if we do not know the answer, we'll try to find out for you. Good luck on all your creations!