Dirt Floor Fibers

Material Goods/Craft/Flea/Art

Middlesex County, VA

Dirt Floor Fibers

Material Goods/Craft/Flea/Art


At Dirt Floor Fibers, my passion is inspiring creation using beautiful, sustainable materials. When hand-dyeing natural, luxury yarn and fiber in small batches, each skein is as unique as the creations made from them, and the crafting process brings as much joy as the finished product. I strive to keep alive and teach to others the ancient art of hand-spinning yarn, which is unlike anything that can be produced commercially. I also create other gifts for fiber enthusiasts and handmade accessories for that someone special. My flock of Romeldale/CVM and Finnsheep happily graze their borrowed pasture in Kilmarnock, VA. When you support my small business, you are helping me save for a farm of my own, where I can expand my flock and do my part to revitalize the sheep and wool industry in the United States.

Programs and Partners


Urbanna, VA


Kimberly Dynia
I currently live in Urbanna, VA, where I hand-dye my yarns and fibers in small batches in my kitchen. I take care to make sure my yarn bases and fibers are ethically and sustainably sourced, and I use ecologically friendly, professional acid dyes. I have a small flock of sheep nearby in Kilmarnock, VA, and it is my dream to purchase a farm where I can live on-site with and expand my flock, run my business full time, and eventually establish a small fiber mill where I can process my own wool as well as that of other local small hobby farmers, as most other small fiber mills are booked out 6 months to a year for spinning small batch yarn.

In addition to running Dirt Floor Fibers, I am the Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Chesapeake Academy in Irvington, VA, and I work as a program manager and storyteller for Colonial Williamsburg. CW is what inspired my love of fiber arts, and I was one of the instructors for their old drop spindle spinning class.


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