Goldfish Love Fibers creates creative yarn, project kits, and fiber art supplies for sale at trade shows, retail stores, and individuals. Owner Doreen Hartzell teaches a variety of classes for students of all levels.
Goldfish Love Fibers yarns are made with an emphasis on supporting local and other smaller U.S. farmers and embracing ethically sourced heritage breed wools. These fibers are designed to show off the variety of textures and characteristics of the individual sheep breeds. The hand-dyed yarns are produced at a small domestic fiber mill and dyed in small batches in Minneapolis, using natural, environmentally responsible dyes, sourced from a woman-owned company. This process creates distinctive yarns that buyers can feel good about owning.
You can find Goldfish Fibers' yarns and kits year-round at Anoka Fiber Works. As part of the Two Fish Fibers artist collaboration with Becka Rahn, you can also find it at festivals and shows around the Twin Cities.