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OPEN ON THE SQUARE IN LEONARDTOWN...
22696 Washington Street
Leonardtown, MD 20650
301-475-FUZZ (3899)
Our Hours:
Wednesday 10 - 5pm
Thursday 10 - 5pm
Friday 10 - 5pm
Saturday 10 - 5pm

          
          


What's going on at the Market...

First Friday
April 4, 2014
5 pm - 8 pm



New Classes are forming...check the class schedule for details.

Stop in and see what is new for 2014!




Studio Loom Rental available....

Loom rental available for handweaving rag rugs in the FFM studio downstairs.
Call the shop for details at 301-475-FUZZ
(301-475-3899)

Are you looking to learn a new "do it yourself" skill this Spring? The Fuzzy Farmers Market will be accepting new students for classes in decorative painting, beginning & intermediate spinning, introduction to 4-harness weaving, and many levels of handknitting. Inquire within the shop or check out the "Class Schedule" website link

We have Gift Certificates available!

Who We Are...

The Fuzzy Farmers are a group of local sheep, goat, alpaca, and rabbit farmers, plus a few fiber artists, who sell their handcrafted products at the Fuzzy Farmers Market in Leonardtown. There, you'll find their handmade and homegrown products for sale, including shawls, scarves, hats and mitts, as well as rugs, runners, bags and baskets. There’s fun and funky fiber art along with felted figurines of farm animals and fairies.
Indulge yourself with handmade goat’s milk soap and unique jewelry. Then fill your home with locally made blankets and baskets, kitchen towels and textiles. For the DIYer, we have handspun yarn and dyed fiber ready to knit, crochet, spin, and felt.
If you're looking for unique, high quality items to give or to keep, the Fuzzy Farmers Market is the only place to shop.
The Fuzzy Farmers are members of the
Chesapeake Spinners and Weavers Guild.






Participating Artisans...
~ Amy von Gohren, Knitting Instructor.

~ Annette Samouris, Cedarhaven Farm: knitter, spinner, weaver, soap maker.

~ Arlene Dodson: spinner, knitter, basketmaker.

~ Barbara Ferrante, Project Woman Studio: dyer, spinner, weaver, knitter, felter, seamstress.

~ Beth Payne: tatting and spinning.

~ Bonnie Abell: felter.

~ Cheryl Pinkerton, Pinkerton Farm: Spinner, quilter, knitter.

~ Clyde Selzer, Forever Blooms: Upscale Glass Artist.

~ Dee Anderson, D's Delights: crocheter, knitter, spinner.

~ Jan Dietrich, Hunters Ridge Farm: knitter, spinner, weaver.

~ Jennifer Elmore, Dishwater Blonde Pottery (on etsy): Potter.

~ Lyn Wescoe, Patuxent Tapestry: spinner, knitter, weaver, felter.

~ Margo Bauman: Crocheter.

~ Misti Dayton, Treadles Studio: weaver, knitter, crocheter, spinner, felter.

~ Sara Burbage, Ferny Brae Farm: spinner, felter, knitter, weaver.

~ Sue Sloan: knitter, spinner, weaver.

~ Suzette Shaw, A Stroke of Art: Decorative Painter, Certified One Stroke Painting Instructor, Hand-Crafted Gifts.

Our Fuzzy Farmers...

~Annette Samouris, Cedarhaven Farm: Border Leicester/Romney Cross Fleece, Registered Nubian Dairy Goats.

~Jan Dietrich, Hunters Ridge Farm: Border Leicester/Clune Forest/Romney Cross Fleeces.

~Cheryl Pinkerton, Pinkerton Farm: Grows natural color, flock-specific wool "Yarn From The Farm" for knitters, Dorset sheepswool rovings, hand-plucked Angora Rabbit, Suri Alpaca, and cotton fibers.

~Sara Burbage, Ferny Brae Farm: Border Leicester/Corriedale cross sheep and market lambs. Specializing in quality handspinning fleeces with emphasis on clean, lusterous white and natural colored wool with a soft handle.