Our dear mom passed away on December 19, 2018. I have been unable to post due to the power outage and only able now to get access (we are still without power at the farm). Mom loved spending time here. We often joked that she was our "nanny knitter". Her hats, cowls, scarves, and fingerless gloves have been purchased and I know they have been sent as gifts throughout Canada and Europe. People often commented that she was a beautiful knitter and mom took pride in her craft and spent endless ours out of love and devotion. She loved the llamas and "Leo" was her very own. (The one facing the camera).
Join us on Saturday December 8, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:pm. Come and visit the llamas and do some shopping too! Photography, jewelry and some unique llama gifts.
Llama kisses bring Christmas wishes!
How can you resist a llama kiss! We are excited to introduce you to a couple of our llamas and showcase some of our products from the llama fibre. We have some new felted items this year, along with our yarn, knitted items, and photo gifts.
New felted rugs and purses and mini-llamas of course!
Saturday, Dec 2nd, 2017 - 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Woosterville Mini-Llama Farm will be at Providence Farm
Llama fibre products and lots of photo gift items
Who are you calling a grinch?
Opps! - It's a girl. I must have missed the llama anatomy class. Bojangles is now Ayana-which means Beautiful Blossom.
Woosterville Farm announces a wee one from Smokey Topaz and Cracker Jack..born on this hot summer afternoon. Weighing in at 22 lbs.
Bonita and Cracker Jack wish to introduce you to Gambler, born on Sunday May 27th, weighing in at 33 lbs.