Spinnery began as a a wind-powered fiber processing mill about 9 years ago. Nestled in the hills of Hope a
few miles inland from the coast of Maine, Hope Spinnery is undergoing some major identity changes. The custom processing part of the business is closing, but Hope Spinnery will evolve into being a wind-powered Fiber Arts Studio providing high quality yarn knitting patterns, and custom made knitwear. All products have been created with high standards of care. Chemical-free processing methods and only natural
dyes were used to create the beautiful and striking yarn, knit wear, and other
Bill Huntington, owner and fiber artist, will be offering classes and retreats in the realm of fiber arts.
The Open Space (upstairs at the Spinnery) is a community space, and will also be offering classes, workshops and retreats. Contact us to be added to The Open Space email list.
take a few moments to browse our
products and check out the upcoming events on our happenings page... and feel free to contact
us with any questions or comments.
This is a necessary and beautiful step in the evolution of Hope Spinnery. Change is good!