Hello! We are Pam Dyer and Kelsey Reeder, mother and daughter, who enjoy running our family fiber shop, Dyers Wool. We are the artisans—and often farmers—behind each and every product. Pam has over 30 years of experience in the fiber arts and is an expert on a fiber technique called lockerhooking.
We are located near Durango, Colorado, and raise sheep, poultry, and garden-produce. Pam and Jim have raised Navajo Churro sheep for many years on the original Dyers Wool farm; Kelsey, Trent, Abbey, and JoJo expanded into Shetland sheep for their finer fleece and great temperament and started their own farm, as part of Dyers Wool, which has since become the main farm with all three generations living on site. We practice predator-friendly and sustainable farming practices, and enjoy raising much of our own food.
The inspiration for our products comes not only from every day life on our farms, but from the gorgeous area where we are blessed to live. From the panoramic views of our fields, we enjoy views of the La Plata Mountains and down into the New Mexico desert.