CliveWood Farm

CliveWood Farm


Fantastic afternoon spent at Clivewood farm with the alpacas, staff and home owners ☺️ Will certainly be coming again with the family! Thank you!
What a beautiful place and experience thank you so much Fiona and ruby, Christine and Ian. Very relaxing very informative and so much fun. Would do this every weekend if I could such a cool up and personal with alpacas thing to do in way that was so respectful to these beautiful charismatic and fluffy animals. Fabulous studio too with some fab courses and a passion in Christine that is so obviously second to none. Amazing time thank you 🙏❤️ Bought this experience for a very difficult to buy for grandad, I noticed his smile all the way round too! Not an easy thing to achieve with grandad either well done alpacas you were fabulous 💕
Hi your name from a mutual friend... TJ...we are Alpaca farmers in Canada..would love to keep in touch and share knowledge
A scarf for you, Caroline. The warp is a dip-dyed ball of your white Ryeland, the weft is a ball of your grey/brown Ryeland. Lovely wool. The scarf weighs 140g so I guess I had a 100g ball of each from you. It's woven on my 4-shaft table loom.


The VE Day celebrations have started early here..........we will make sure the alpacas drink responsibly 😂

CliveWood Farm

CliveWood Farm

The mill at Clivewood

Some more examples of what we offer......

The mill at Clivewood

Not only can we process your fleeces into wool we also offer finished products. We especially like our bespoke alpaca rugs which can be made from your second cuts but if your looking for a special piece of wall art we can hand weave a herd wall hanging from small herds to large herds.

Full moon over Clive

Weighing the alpacas

Coming in for monthly weighing

Think Olaf wants to be the tallest alpaca or is he just being nosey 😂

Even in these strange times some things stay the same. Our visitors have returned outside the weaving studio and nest repair is well under way.

The mill at Clivewood

Busy spinning on this lovely spring Slo mo

Disbelief from alpacas as Caroline decides to run round their field in an effort to get fit

Saturday afternoon sunbathing

Clivewood alpacas react to Clive’s clap for carers

The mill at Clivewood

Busy steaming this morning.

A run round at sunset

Natural alpaca cushion finished yesterday from the Clivewood alpacas

3 of our pregnant ladies. First babies due from 4th May.

Learning to update the alpaca health records

The mill at Clivewood

Using self isolating to put some sparkle back into life.....well yarn at least. A lovely rose grey plyed with some lurex.

Making use of the social distancing to take some photos to update our website with. Erin got very bored with being a model.......

Just so you know the animals are being well looked after

Happy Mother’s Day from Clivewood Farm

It’s hard being a cute alpaca.......luckily no self isolating needed!!!

[03/17/20]   Following the governments recent guidelines it is with great sadness that we issue this statement to all customers.....

To all alpaca walkers and weavers

The Prime Minister announced yesterday that all non essential social gatherings should be stopped and accordingly we are cancelling walks and courses booked until 31 May. This seems to be the appropriate response for all concerned. We will continue to monitor matters daily and then look to revert to you once we are able to commit to walking and courses again.

Meanwhile we (the team here and the alpacas!) send you our best wishes.

Some more beautiful scarves made today.

Four more lovely scarves made today.

Update on spaces for our weave an alpaca scarf in a day course.......
21st March - 3 spaces
15th April - 2 spaces
18th April - 2 spaces
Course runs from 9-5 and costs £80 including all materials,instruction and lunch plus refreshments.

The mill at Clivewood

So as we haven’t yet perfected the zebra alpaca, we thought we would do it with fleece instead..........

Some more lovely scarves made from our alpacas.

Are you looking for something different to give your loved one this Valentine’s Day?? Why not give them a gift voucher to come and walk one of our lovely alpacas? Cost £50 for two people.

The mill at Clivewood

Stage 6 of processing: Opening
So once the fleece has been washed and dried it needs to be opened up to reduce the fibre entanglement from washing. You can also blend fibres at this stage. Once it’s fed through the machine the fleece will look like candy floss in the box,it is then conditioned to reduce static for the rest of the processing.

Remaining spaces on our weave an alpaca scarf in a day course.
19th Feb - 3 spaces
8th March - 1 space
15th April - 3 spaces
18th April -1 space.
Contact us if interested.

We have a few remaining spaces on our weave an alpaca scarf in a day course. If your looking to try something new in 2020 why not have ago. Course costs £80 including all materials, instruction and lunch. Plus you get to meet the alpacas who gave up their fleece for the yarn you make your scarf out of.
19th Feb - 3 spaces
8th March - 1 space
15th April - 3 spaces
18th April - 2 spaces
For more information or to book contact us.

The mill at Clivewood

So we have put the finishing touches to the blend we were doing the other day. We have a lovely grey yarn in Dk skeins and 4ply balls. We absolutely love the colour!!!

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