Our family lives in the southeast part of the state of Wisconsin on a seven acre farm. We have been enjoying raising wool rabbits, llamas and alpacas for the past 14 years.
We specialize in quality rabbits, yarns and fiber.
I am currently a member of the American Rabbit Breeders Association, Wisconsin Rabbit Breeders Association, National Angora Club, United Angora Club, National Fuzzy Lop Rabbit Club, and the Spindle and Dyepot Spinners Guild.
I enjoy hand spinning and weaving along with teaching this art to 4-H members and others. I keep myself busy throughout the day managing the farm, spinning, weaving and devoting a lot of my time volunteering. I spent this volunteer time as a 4-H leader, as an officer and committee chairman for rabbit clubs along with editing the Spindle and Dyepot Spinners Guild newsletter. I designed and pioneered the Rabbit Hopping program in Waukesha County.
I have won several Best in Show and Grand Champion awards for my spinning and weaving in local, state and national competition.
Fiber and Rabbit Class
Up Coming ClassesSee the "Spinning Classes" page.
2013 Fiber Festival Classes
Held at the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool festival in Jefferson, Sept 6-8 (www.wisconsinsheepandwoolfestival.com)
-"Durm Carding - Beyond the Basics" Held at the Wisconsin Spin in Waukesha Expo Center April 19-21. I will be substituting for Carol Wagner. ( www.wispinin .org)
-" Fox Tail Art Fair" Held at the historic campus of Aurora Behavioral Health
1220 Dewey Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wi Demonstrating with my rabbits spinning and shearing. June 1
" Hop, Spin, Knit"
-Wisconsin Spring Spin In
April 19- 21 , 2012 ( www.wispinin .org )
- Stephenson County Fiber Arts Fair
April 15, 2012
- Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival
September 7-9, 2012
Class title "Hop To It"
"Magnificent Seven Wool Rabbits"
- Stephenson County Fiber Arts Fair-
April 17, 2010 - Cederville, Illinois
- Wisconsin Spin In - October 30 -
November 1, 2009, Washington County, WI
- No classes scheduled for 2011
Morgan has been working very
hard showing her rabbits in national,
state and 4-H shows . Her interests are
devoted to the American Fuzzy Lop and
Angora rabbit breeds. Morgan has achieved numerous awards for her rabbits and personal achievements in all three organizations.
Morgan is very proud of earning her "Master Breeder"
award from the national American Fuzzy Lop Club in 2007 and being the
WSRBA Royalty Princess, Duchess and Queen. She is now a graduate of Winona college
and full time employed at the Mayo Clinic as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Morgan wins Youth Best In Show at the NARBC National show 2007