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Fiesta Yarns Spreading Its Colors

Fiesta Yarns

Local Yarn Dyer of Thirty Years Relocates

Written by: Stephanie Chang

The Village of Corrales is known for its agriculture and proximity to the Rio Grande River. Surrounded by nature, it is no wonder that a local yarn dyer emerged from this serene place.

Wool dying was established in Rome around 715 BC and the use of dye in China dates as far back as 2600 BC. Hours and even days are spent to create the perfect color out of brilliant dyes. Jeannie Randolph, owner of Fiesta Yarns, knows all too well the amount of work that is so carefully placed into each creation. She took over the business in 2001 and has been featured in ten magazines within the industry. Fiesta Yarns is now located just north of Alameda near Interstate 25. With 3,000 square feet, this centralized location is the perfect production hub for Fiesta Yarns.

The lease transaction was handled by Shelly Branscom and Martha Carpenter of NAI Maestas & Ward. Shelly has the extraordinary ability to thoroughly and accurately assess her client’s needs. Martha Carpenter is known for her expertise with office and medical properties and has strong client relations throughout the community. Finding the ideal location for Fiesta Yarns is one of the many successful results of Shelly’s and Martha's high level capabilities.

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