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Welcome to the New Forest Mohair website.

Living in the New Forest with our angora goats is our idea of heaven. On our website you will find the products produced with our goat’s beautiful, lustrous, mohair fleeces. We carry the New Forest Marque, for animals reared to high standards and products grown or produced in the New Forest

Our yarns and fibres can be found at Knitting and Stitch shows, and our complete range of products can be seen at the Agricultural shows we attend, or at home by appointment.


NEW on the website. We now have a range of our fleece, yarns and fibres and needlefelting supplies. Although we keep a range of colours on the website, other colours are available at shows and events.

New Forest Mohair events 2014

30 Jan – 1st Feb

Craft4Crafters at Westpoint Arena, Exeter. 10 – 5
doing needlefelt workshops daily. Click here for website

22nd – 23rd Feb

Unravel at Farnham Maltings, Farnham. 10 – 4.30 Click here for website

27th Feb -
1st March

Creative Crafts, 3 Counties Showground, Malvern  10 – 5
doing needlefelt workshop daily. Click here for website

Sat 8th March

One Day Needlefelting Workshop at Boldre War Memorial Hall, Pilley, Lymington 10; 4. further details under ‘courses’ - click here

20th – 23rd March

Fashion, Embroidery and Stitch, NEC, Birmingham.  10 – 5 daily
Click here for website

Sat 29th March

One Day Workshop – Introduction to Keeping Angora Goats. further details under ‘courses’ - click here

26th – 27th April

Needlework Fiesta, Brockenhurst Village Hall. 10 – 5

Bank Holiday
Mon 5th May

Open Day at Linden, Jordans Lane, Pilley, SO41 5QW
come and meet the goats and their kids. Free entry. 11 – 4pm

22nd – 24th May

Devon County Show, Westpoint Arena, Exeter.
Find us in the angora goat marquee. Click here for website

26th May

Surrey County Show. Find us next to the goat area.
Click here for website

The majority of the mohair in our on-line shop comes from our own angora goats. Occasionally we supplement our mohair with additional British mohair, which comes from flocks that we know are also kept to "a high welfare standard.” All our products are British made and all the hand-dyeing is done on our smallholding.