Fiber Circle Studio is a makerspace and marketplace for all things yarn and fiber, located in the heart of downtown Petaluma in the beautiful wine country of Northern California.

We offer the community a range of fiber art related workshops, workspace and quality supplies in the areas of weaving, spinning, fiber processing, dyeing, knitting, and more.

Our goal is to provide a warm and safe space for all levels of fiber artists, from new to expert, with all the resources, equipment, tools, and knowledge to explore one's creative journey in a place of community, support and inspiration. In addition, we believe in providing our community with quality supplies that are sourced from small batch, and local producers.


July 19 - 21, 2024

Join us for our annual yarn hop event where we encourage all yarn lovers to explore the yarn shops of Northern California!

Noma Knits, Heidis Yarn Haven, Purls of Joy, Fiber Circle Studio & Cast Away.

Admission is $7 and includes a tote bag, 1 pin at each shop, and a passport!

Grab a friend, and hop on in!

You may start at any store. Admission is paid at your first shop. NO RSVP.

This year we have a BUS that will take you to the all shops! Click here for more details!


Supporting Small Makers to Make a Big Difference

When you wander through the shop, you'll find yourself discovering yarns you probably have never heard of. Our focus is on small brands with a story. It's important to us to be able to trace back where the fiber comes from, how and where it's been dyed, and how every person along the way has been treated (including the animals). In addition to specliaty, high end small producers, we're making sure that the larger brands we work with also follow this crucial philosphy.

Below you will find a few of the lines in our shop being highlighted along with their story! We hope you fall in love with their work like we have and help us support the story we want to share when we make our hand made items.

  • Pichinku Fibers - Cusco, Peru

    We are SO lucky to work with the Pichinku family - Dana, Angela, Santusa and Leonarda. They have been working together since 2013 havesting native dye plants and naturally dyeing incredibly beautiful Peruvian wool, alpaca and cotton yarns.

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  • Mendocino Wool & Fiber - Ukiah, CA

    Mendocino Wool & Fiber Co is a family run mill in Northern California. They process small and large batch fleeces as well as produce roving, yarn and woven goods. Matt and Sarah have 5 children that they homeschool alongside running the mill!

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  • Pascuali - Pullheim, Germany

    Pascuali Yarns is a German company that focuses on sourcing a variety of quality, natural fibers from small farms in their natural envrionment. All their yarns are GOTS certified and must meet a high standard which ensures ethical sourcing, treatment of workers and animals, and processing.

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  • Sincere Sheep - Napa, CA

    Brooke Sinnes started Sincere Sheep in 2003 where she saw a need to apply the principles of the slow food movement to the fiber world. Her connection with local fiber farmers, mills and use of natural dyes makes her yarns a truly unique, and special combination.

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Join Fibershed for a 7-day Slow Fashion Challenge as an opportunity for you to learn more about your clothing and take a stand against the immensely harmful practices of the fashion industry.

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