A Hundred Ravens

A Hundred Ravens

Fiber, Hand-Dyed or Hand-Spun
Jewelry & Shawl Pins
Project Bags and Other Yarn Accessories

Website: ahundredravens.com

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Online Store: ahundredravens.com/mdsw

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About Us

“They keep taking the yarn. Better make more.”

Some people start a business with the intent of going into business. A Hundred Ravens started with a product everyone wanted, and it’s been that way ever since.

Back in 2009 Kel dyed some yarn for the first time. They dyed colors they wanted — rich, saturated, vibrant — on a high quality base. Friends and coworkers took it all, and left none for Kel. So they dyed more. Those went, too. “We’ll pay for it,” people said, and meanwhile could they buy two more skeins for a friend of theirs, and then those friends wanted more and… well it all spun wildly out of control and ten years later here we are. Still making beautiful colors on high quality bases, with an ever-growing community of enthusiastic fans who can’t get enough of it.

We’ve gone from a few bins of yarn at the Wayland Farmer’s Market to attending fiber shows all over the country, but along the way our focus has been the same as it was in the beginning. Yarn we love, colors we love, and every skein dyed by hand with the exact same care and attention to quality on our hundred thousandth skein as we took on our tenth. We’ve found new bases, gotten into dyeing gradients, but the focus has always remained on uncompromising beauty and quality, no matter what fun new tricks we’re up to.

Our customers are a community, and even though that community is now global, we still think of them as “friends and family.” And they keep taking our yarn, gosh darn it.

Contact Information

19 Cleveland Hill Rd
Brookline, NH 03033

(413) 992-9883

Social Media

Facebook: facebook.com/ahundredravens
Instagram: instagram.com/ahundredravens
Twitter: twitter.com/AHundredRavens

2022 Catalog Cover Artist

Susan Due Pearcy has lived in the Agricultural Reserve in Barnesville, Maryland for 27 years and enjoys having sheep grazing next door and fibre artist friends nearby. She is continually inspired in her art and life by the natural beauty of her surroundings and works plein air in oil and pastel and creates her printmaking in Sugarloaf Studio behind her home...

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If you didn't brave the weather to come to last week's festival, but still want a festival t-shirt, you're in luck. Our online store at is being restocked with 2022 merchandise and should be ready by Monday, May 16, 2022 (they just need a little time to unpack the boxes that came back from the festival and see what's what). If memory serves, they will have two colors of short sleeve tees, a long sleeve tee, hats, aprons, fleece vests, sling bags and cinch sack/backpacks. Sorry, the large canvas tote bags are all gone.The online store is at www.sheepman.com/product-category/maryland-sheep-wool-festival-online/. You can also purchase these items in person at the Ceresville New Holland, Inc./Sheepman Supply Co. showroom in Frederick, Maryland. #mdsw2022 #festivalgear ... See MoreSee Less
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If you or anyone else receives an email claiming to be able to sell you a list of attendees of the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, please ignore it as IT IS A SCAM. It has come to our attention that companies are emailing some of the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival’s exhibitors and attendees, claiming to offer our attendee email list. This is a common occurrence with large conferences and trade shows in recent years.It is our policy to NEVER sell, rent, or share attendee contact information. No company is authorized to distribute or sell any email lists of Festival attendees. The Festival is not providing this list nor generating these messages. How did they get your email? Software programs can crawl websites in search of email addresses that are listed on them (identifiable by the @ sign).If you receive an email offering to sell you a list of Festival attendees, do not respond to it. By responding—even with a request to unsubscribe—you confirm that your email address is a valid one, which may increase the likelihood that you’ll be contacted again. ... See MoreSee Less
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This little lost lamb kid's mitten was turned in to the Lost & Found and would like to find it's mate. There is also a handmade shawlette someone might be missing, along with the usual random assortment of items -- reading glasses, etc. -- and, no surprise, a folding umbrella and a pair of rubber boots. Message me or email if any of these sound like they might belong to you, or if there is something else you would like me to check for. #mdsw2022 #lostandfound ... See MoreSee Less
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