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The cashmere herd
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Phone number is 406-253-3991
I have Cashmere
products for sale,
please see the
cashmere" page.
Hand spun yarns are on
Yarn page
Cashmere that is
dehaired and ready to
spin is on the
Cashmere goat skin, tanned locally.
Measurements: 38" from tail base to top of neck,  
27" across the top, and 31" across the bottom.

$200.00 includes shipping  
Nice and soft!
Cashmere goat skin, tanned locally.
 Measurements:  42" from tail base to neck top,
 32" wide at the bottom, and 26" wide at the top.
$220.00 includes shipping.
Oh, so soft!
A new product!  100% real goat skin throw
pillows made from Pine Needle Farm
Cashmere goats.  The hides are tanned
locally, and I hand sew each one so you
receive a true Made in Montana, totally
unique product.  Each pillow is stuffed with
a combination of  the clean guard hairs and
too short cashmere that falls out of the
dehairing machine as the good cashmere is
separated out and some wool rovings I
had.  The goat skins are soft and supple
and the pillows are very comfortable!  
This is a truly local, one-of-a-kind, hand
made Montana product!
$200 each or $390 for the pair.  plus shipping.   13"
x 20" and approximately 4 " thick.  Each pillow
weighs approx. 2 pounds.
$225.00 plus shipping.  23" x 15".  
This is so soft and luxurious  It's very comfortable!
Please check out the bottom of the page for a
new line of cashmere products!
Pine Needle Farm Cashmeres is located in Northwestern Montana. Raising
Cashmere goats naturally is our specialty. I also have a dehairing machine now,
so I can process each goat's fleece individually into cloud ready for spinning.
You'll know exactly which goat the fiber came from that you buy!

I offer a variety of items made from cashmere, including hand spun yarn,
crocheted scarves, wrist warmers, and sometimes hats. Coming soon will be kits,
complete with a pattern and the yarn to make that pattern. All you will need is a
crochet hook.

I have now started a Fiber CSA for Cashmere from my herd. Please see the
CSA page for more on that.