Click here to visit our brand new website, Cozy Color Works! After raising Angora rabbits for over 15 years, I have decided to shift my business away from the farm. I still have Angoras and they will always be my first love, but over the last year I've found a new passion for hand dyeing. My new business name and website reflect my love for color! I will continue to carry Angora yarn from both my bunnies and friends' bunnies. Thank you for your support as we transition the business and look forward to many more years!
Welcome to Cozy Rabbit Farm!
Home of Cozy Rabbit Yarn- Handspun Angora Yarn, Handspun Angora Ply Yarns, Hand Dyed Merino Sock & Worsted weight Yarn and Hand Knit Hats & Scarves.
My Angora comes from my own rabbits, or from US Angora farmers I know personally, where every rabbit has a name and is cared for like a family pet.
My handspun Angora, is spun with long, prime quality fiber to ensure the highest integrity yarn. It is strong, soft and luxurious.
Everything is hand dyed in my kitchen with love.
2016 Show Schedule
Vogue Knitting LIVE NYC 2016, The Marriot Marquis Times Square 5th Floor, Booth 423, January 15-17
Stitches West, Santa Clara CA, February 18-21 Booth 1341
Stitches South, Nashville, TN, April 1-3, 2016 Booth 421
Powhatan Festival of Fiber, Powhatan, VA, April 30
Maryland Sheep & Wool, Howard County Fairgrounds, West Friendship, Maryland. Look for me at 'The Rosefield's' booth, Barn 5. May 7-8
Long Island Fleece and Fiber Fair, Hallockville Farm Museum, Riverhead, NY, May 14-15
Garden State Sheep & Wool Festival, Flemington, NJ September (exact dates not yet available)
Shenandoah Valley Fiber Fest, Berryville, Virginia. September (exact dates not yet available) - Horticulture Building
NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, Rhinebeck, NY, October 15-16 Booth 27A-5 (This is a roomy outside space, near the 4H building).
Fiber Festival of New England, West Springfield, Massachusetts November 5-6
Visit the Shop Page to choose from handspun Angora Yarn, Merino Yarn, Angora/Merino Yarn, completely handmade Hats, Scarves , Headband/Earwarmers and Angora Hat & Scarf Kits.
Did you know that you only need 80 yards of Angora to knit a hat, and only 100 yards to knit a scarf or a pair of texting mitts? Patterns upon request with any order!
Check out the Photo Page to see more bunny pictures and wonderful, customer creations.