Farm to Fibre Brand Shoot with Nojo Textiles

An afternoon spent in a field with lambs, their mamas and a pair of alpacas made for an excellent brand shoot. Johanna is a Winnipeg fibre artist who creates scarves, fingerless gloves and earrings from locally sourced wool. One of those sources is a little farm in Ste. Genevieve, Manitoba called Ferme Foila. Johanna and I spent an afternoon corralling the sheep that call Ferme Fiola home, while showcasing the products that you can find in her Etsy shop under Nojo Textiles.

 
Close up of lamb walking through grassy field.
Lamb walking through grassy field at Ferme Fiola, Ste. Genevieve, MB.
Female fibre artist holds lamb during brand shoot.
Pumpkin coloured pom earrings.
Fingerless wool gloves, knit from Manitoba fibre, held against lamb.
Female, Manitoba fibre artist poses with lamb and her wool creations (pom earrings and fingerless gloves).
Lamb snuggles on shoulder.
Lamb poses with wool, pom earrings.
Pumpkin coloured wool, pom earrings.
Manitoba fibre artist poses with wool, pom earrings.
Female fibre artist poses with handknit, wool infinity scarf and fingerless gloves.
Multicoloured, handknit, wool infinity scarf and lavender fingerless gloves.
Female fibre artist poses with her creations.
Woman herds sheep during brand shoot.
Mixed-purple, wool, pom earrings and lavender fingerless gloves.
White lambe and black lamb in grassy field.
Sheep in the grassy field of Ferme Fiola.