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Interesting collection of yarns in the store including a variety of dog hair alpaca and the most expensive, musk ox hair. Located on a working farm chickens rabbits sheep goats and donkeys are visible for the kids to see. Prices are expensive for the yarns...More
Stopped here on the way to the Wood Island Ferry.
We weren't sure what to expect, but were disappointed there weren't more animals around. It was a hot day, so it is possible they were off hiding in the shade.
The store contained a LOT...More
When my husband and I decided to drop in to the Mill we had no idea what to expect. We walked into a lovely and well organized shop with beautiful yarn and textiles and were swiftly whisked away for an impromptu tour of the operation...More
A recent trip brought us here on the recommendation of our innkeeper. If you are a knitter or crocheter this is nirvana. We were greeted by a flock of exotic chickens, two donkeys and some very plump sheep and finally by a charming young lady...More
We were told that this place would be a fun day. I suppose if you love textiles it might be. Basically it is a small mill and gift shop. It is in the middle of no where, and frankly not worth the drive. You could...More
Being alpaca breeders we were very interested to see this wonderful place. They gave us an excellent tour of the mill showing how fiber is washed, cleaned, carded and made into yarn or roving. Very friendly and helpful staff. They also have yarn and roving...More
Belfast Mini Mills is a wonderful place for the fibre enthusiast ! I am a knitter, but this place would also interest a weaver, crocheter or needle felting artist. I enjoyed seeing their flock of sheep and their chickens. I was treated to a tour...More