Author name: Far Away Farms


If you are interested in learning how to sew I am offering day time classes during the week, if you are a home school kid or an adult (girls and guys) all are welcome to attend.  I would like to keep it to a 2 person max so that I can give you my full attention. The cost is $30.00 per person for a 2 hour lesson, I will provide the sewing machine, thread and tools and you will bring your fabric of choice and pattern. Knowing how to sew is so empowering, knowing how to alter and tailor your clothes or just create something new will save you money and make you look good !!

Call me to make an appointment, 928-899-5414



Well, now that we have learned how to make farm cheese we are going to graduate up to making mozzarella cheese from fresh cows milk.. YUMMM!!! Sandy will be our teacher for this class and cheese samples will be served along with other snacks. The cost is $20.00 per person at Far Away Farms, 9195 E Far Away Place, Prescott Valley, AZ 86315, at 6:00 pm please let me know if you plan on attending so I can get a head count. Text me at 928-899-5414


Adorable Tiny House at Far Away Farms

In a nut shell I am a designer…..of what? well I started out as a child designing clothes then as an adult I went to college to get my Architectural degree and design homes , on the side I learned Landscape design as well, so to say I love to design is an understatement. I have been very passionate  about tiny houses for many years , recently I designed and we built our little tiny house. At only 288 sq ft it is fullly loaded with charm, storage and all the comforts of home. If you are comimg to the  area and would like to stay at the tiny house look us up on airbnb under “Adorable Tiny House on Farm

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Why Tallow?

Tallow is a soft and supple skincare luxury. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals that conform to your skin’s natural makeup to create a powerful healing environment. Since it’s rendered animal fat, tallow is incredibly similar to the chemistry of our own skin.


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