Three Creeks Farm is a small working farm in middle Tennessee located about 45 minutes west of Nashville.
We raise Shetland sheep, Tennessee Fainting Goats, and various breeds of Bantam chickens. We also grow dye plants, herbs, gourmet garlic, and a variety of flowers.
We teach a wide range of classes and workshops including our popular blacksmithing, spinning, and felting classes. In addition to our scheduled classes, we’re also available for private classes for individuals and small groups — please contact us for more information.
- Sunday, May 1, 2016 – Beginning Blacksmithing – 1:00 to 4:00 PM (full)
- Sunday, May 8, 2016 – Intermediate Blacksmithing – 1:00 to 4:00 PM
- Sunday, May 8, 2016 – Intro to Soap Making – 1:00 to 4:00 PM (full)
- Saturday, May 14, 2016 – Introduction to Knife Making – 9 AM to noon (full)
We offer farm tours and demonstrations for groups and school trips on subjects such as blacksmithing, hand-spinning, shearing, homesteading, and more.
Steve is a blacksmith and does blacksmithing classes and demonstrations at local events and craft fairs. We sell his hand-forged ironwork and he does custom orders as well.
Beth spins and felts wool from their sheep into yarn and felted items that is offered for sale in the gift shop, The Little Shop of Fiber. She also does demonstrations dressed in period clothing and teaches spinning and felting workshops and classes.
We sell Kromski spinning wheels, Ashford roving, dye, and hand cards as well as Earthues natural dyes and mordants.
Our Annual Events
Middle Tennessee Fiber Festival
Three Creeks Farm puts on the Middle Tennessee Fiber Festival every year on the Friday and Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend.
Vendors come from around the country and offer classes and workshops in felting, mixed media fiber art, fiber preparation, knitting, spinning, and weaving.
Spinning wheels, fleeces, felting supplies, and much more are on sale each year; please drop by to join in on the fun!
We hold our annual Dye Dye event here on the farm each fall. We will confirm the 2016 date closer to the date, but we will tentatively plan on the first Saturday in October.
Bring your ready to dye yarn or wool, dye pots if you have them and a sense of adventure. I will have Earthues natural dyes for sale as well as mordants, wool and un-dyed yarn.
We do not charge anything, but do ask for donations to cover the cost of propane. We will have a meal about noon, so bring a dish or desert to add.
Wear weather appropriate old clothes that you don’t mind getting dye on.