Today’s post was written by Danielle Romanetti, fibre space
As someone who makes things with my hands, taking care of my “tools” is a top priority. I have become obsessed with finding hand balms and moisturizers that keep my hands in good shape while I am stitching but also don’t leave grease or white residue on my work. I was super pleased to discover the products from Little Seed Farm of Tennessee, which we are now proudly stocking at fibre space!
Little Seed Farm is the dream project of Eileen and James Ray. After years of living and working in New York City, they realized their future lay elsewhere. Relocating to rural Tennessee, the couple became goat farmers, allowing the goats to roam free year-round on grass. Soap-making began as a hobby at the suggestion of Eileen’s grandmother, growing the business through farmer’s markets and online shops.
Starting with raw goat milk and other organic materials, and packed with healing botanicals, Little Seed Farm products are handmade and humanely produced. The farm is even 100% solar powered!
To keep your keeping busy hands soft, we recommend their Hand-Aid Healing Hand Balm. With coconut oil and shea butter, this balm is infused with calendula, comfrey-leaf, and plantain essential oils to soothe rough, dry skin. It is $12 per tin.
We also picked up their rich Botanical Butter, which delivers shea butter, almond oil, grapefruit extract, and vanilla for a deeply moisturizing experience. $15
For fun, I grabbed their Herbal Lip Salve, which I will throw in my knitting project bag. It uses shea butter and almond oil to keep lips soft, as well as treat cold sores, scrapes, and cuticles in a pinch. With natural scents, these balms are a great on-the-go treat. $8
Stop in and try out these natural and amazing products from Little Seed Farm and jump over here to meet the goats! https://littleseedfarm.com/pages/meet-the-goats