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Welcome to Black Cat Farmstead at the Myklebust+Sears Studio in rural Pepin County, Wisconsin. We are a family-friendly destination just 5 miles from the picturesque village of Stockholm, Wisconsin on the Great River Road. The Fiber Studio & Store is housed in a rustic nineteenth-century farmhouse with ties to Laura Ingalls Wilder's family. Our Farm Store features luxurious handmade yarn, handwoven rugs and shawls,

our own farm-raised wool, hand spindles, spinning wheels, and other supplies for fiber artists.

Visitors to the farm can meet our flock of Icelandic, Shetland and Gotland sheep and other farm animals (including black cats)!

The studio features working 19th-century Scandinavian looms, and regular demonstrations of spinning, weaving and other crafts take place at the farm. Individual and group lessons in fiber preparation, spinning and weaving are available, please contact us for details.

Spinning wheel & loom repair and restoration services on site.

From the village of Stockholm on the Great River Road (WI State highway 35), travel 3.8 miles up the bluff on County Road "J" to Moravian Road, a right turn on gravel (look for the farm sign and a sign for St Sophia's church). Go one mile down Moravian Road to our site at N3049 Nelson Lane. The studio and store are located in the small white farmhouse in the meadow. Please note that our historic building is not presently handicap-accessible. Please call ahead if you have concerns about access. Restroom available in the sculpture studio.

Andrea Myklebust & Stanton Sears

Phone:  715-448-2074

N3049 Nelson Lane

Stockholm, WI 54769



.Our regular hours:

Tuesday afternoons, and Thursday - Sunday, 10am - 6pm

Open regular hours March - December,

please call ahead in January and February

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