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Check out our 2015 Vendors
Wagoner, OK – A little off the beaten path, we offer natural dyes, hand-dyed wool fabric and yarn, rug hooking kits and supplies, books, inkle looms, gift items, plus our famous lavender sachets! For a sneak peak, visit our Etsy store at www.etsy.com/shops/acrossgenerations
Amish Country Fibers
Lawrenceburg, TN – Hand spun yarns, had knitted,crocheted, and woven things. Spinning equipment,dryer balls, and spinning videos.
Oak Ridge, TN – Andy Lyle offers hand dyed loopers in both wool and cotton to weave potholders, rugs, carpet bags, etc. She began weaving as a child, making looper potholders as many children did. She moved to weaving on much larger looms as an adult and started weaving looper rugs with the same loops. She now weaves with a variety of fibers including silk, cotton, and wool. And also continues to weave the looper rugs. Her loopers are reclaimed waste from a sock manufacturer. She and her husband dye them a broad variety of colors and offer them to weavers and people who want to learn how to weave on Etsy, at the Knoxville Art Museum, the Locally Grown Gallery in Oak Ridge and at area art and craft shows. Andy is a member of the Foothills Craft Guild and the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen and is a regular vendor at the Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival in Townsend, TN.
Ethridge, TN – Arcadia Alpacas has a gorgeous selection of alpaca yarn, roving, and items all made from our own beautiful herd of alpacas right here in middle Tennessee. We also have handmade soap, felted soap, and additional hand crafted items. Wet felting, needle felting, crochet and knitting demonstrations.
New Market, AL – Bama Angoras is one of the few sources in the South for the rare German Angora Rabbit. The German Angora Rabbit is the only rabbit breed judged on its ability to produce wool for spinners. Each Bama Angora product celebrates the unique texture, cloud-like softness and luxurious warmth of these Angora rabbits.
Bon Aqua Cabin
Bon Aqua, TN – Still small-batch produced, Bon Aqua Cabin soaps are handcrafted with all-vegetable oils and natural essential oils. We offer several varieties of bar soaps including The Drunk Goat, Lavender Goat Milk, and Rosemary Mint.
Buckmaster Family Farm
Mt. Pleasant, TN – At Buckmaster Family Farm in Mt. Pleasant, TN we raise and sell Icelandic Sheep and free-range eggs, along with wool, weaving and tatting supplies. Tatting and weaving classes also available. Proud to carry the Kromski line of hand spinning and weaving products, along with our own hand made inkle looms and shuttles.
Cedar Rock Ranch
Lebanon, TN – Come visit our alpacas and get hands on experience with care and feeding. Have your picture taken and take home a souvenir
Ethridge, TN – Hand spun yarn, knit and crochet items and woven rugs.
Murfreesboro, TN- Hand-painted blended luxury fibers, indigo and eco-dyed scarves and wraps and indigo baby clothes.
Fayetteville, TN – Hand-dyed and exotic fibers, combs, cards, hackles, specialty yarns, Deertrace Farm Quill wheel, drop spindles
Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry
Woodbury, TN – Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry is a mother daughter duo making fine handspun textiles and jewelry. If you are in search of unique handmade items for gifts or for yourself, Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry’s booth is one you do not want to miss! You can see samples of our work by searching Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry on Facebook.
Crossville, TN – Katelyn Dunn, although only twenty-three years old, has been involved in the fiber arts community for many years. She first fell in love with fiber arts at the age of eleven when she learned how to knit, and as she says, “It ‘spun’ out of control from there!” After discovering knitting, Katelyn became captivated by her newfound medium. She was determined to learn as much as she could about the entire process. Katelyn’s fiber art now starts at the beginning, or as she says, “I start with the sheep.” Katelyn does most of the fiber processing herself including cleaning, dyeing, combing, spinning, knitting, crochet, weaving, and felting her fiber to create the finished product. She now owns her own fiber arts studio, Dunn Spunn, and has been a guest teacher and demonstrator for many stores and events. Katelyn’s philosophy when teaching fiber arts is “It’s just fluff,” and she loves having the opportunity to be able to share her passion with others.
Christiana, TN – Everich Farm is home to a Pygora herd of goats and a few Alpacas who donates their fiber to the handmade and designed by Eva items in our booth.
Far Out Farm
Cornersville, TN- Cotswold, Romney and Shetland wool and roving. Blends and Exotics also available. Chasing Rainbows and Peace of Yarn roving.
Freude Fields, Mohair and More
Fairview, TN – Mohair from my angora goats in various stages of processing such as raw, washed, carded into batts and rolags, and yarn. Both natural and dyed fiber will be available. A few finished knitted items.
Fringe Supply Co.
Nashville, TN – The goal of Fringe Supply Co. is to create and curate only the most beautiful accessories and tools, and make them available to you. These are goods that are built to please and to last.
Petersburg, TN- Breeder of llamas and alpacas for fiber. Raw fiber, roving, yarn, plus finished alpaca products, needle felting supplies and drop spindles. Instruction in wet felting and needle felting. firstname.lastname@example.org 931-680-0423
Handmade Saori Weaving Studio & HanDen Studio
Huntsville, AL – We are official Saori teaching studios and dealers of Saori looms and accessories. Handmade Studio is located within the amazing Lowe Mill ARTS Center in Huntsville, AL and HanDen Studio is a beautiful home studio (with guest accommodations for mini-retreats) in Peachtree City, GA. We offer Saori weaving classes, Saori looms, accessories, yarns, and hand woven products. Stop by to experience Saori weaving for yourself!
Haus of Yarn
Nashville, TN – Your local yarn shop on wheels!
ravelry group http://www.ravelry.com/groups/haus-knitters
Heart of the South Alpaca Yarn Co.
Petersberg, TN – Heart of the South Yarn Co. is a partnership of two alpaca farms, Stoney Ridge Alpacas (Kay Kemp) in Tennessee and Tuscany Valley Alpacas (Carol Grace) in Virginia. Together our two farms have a combined 28 years of alpaca breeding and yarn sales experience. We may be reached by phone at 931-684-1700.
Heart’s at Home Soap
Clarksville, TN – Heart’s At Home Soap is a homemade soap company making products to help enrich your skin and your life. Using only essential oils to scent our soaps they will truly provide a scent-ual experience.
Hickory Bluff Farms
Mt. Juliet, TN – The alpacas of Hickory Bluff Farms, Mt Juliet, TN are pleased to offer the finest award winning yarns and hand crafted items made from their fiber. For the 5th consecutive year, we’ll be at Fiber in the Boro. (We lost count of all the years we were at Cannonsborough Village before the move!) Come see what’s new, and feel the splendor!
Holly and Ivy Dyeworks
Chattanooga, TN – Holly and Ivy Dyeworks was created by two besties with a love for all things fiber and an eye for color. We currently offer some beautiful hand dyed sock yarns and hope to offer heavier weights soon. Check out our website to see what new things we are up to now.
Hook a Frog
Madison, AL – We are committed to selling products from companies based in the USA and supporting local businesses as much as possible. At our core we wish to educate about wonderful fiber crafts. All of our vendors give back to the community either by % of proceeds going to a charity, or fair trade or a “green initiative”. Your purchases from us make a difference!
John D’s Wood Things
Bartlett, TN – Wood tools for the fiber arts: crochet hooks, knitting needles, Navajo spindles, drop spindles, shuttles, battens, knitty noddies, looms, inkle looms and much more.
Nashville, TN – We produce our own hand dyed yarns and wood and leather knitter’s tools. Hand-dyed merino wool yarns from lace to dk weight, wood and leather tools for fiber artists, knitting patterns
Knittyandcolor and Suberranean Woodworks
Acworth, GA – Knittyandcolor and Subterranean Woodworks are a husband and wife team from Acworth, GA. We carry a wide variety of hand painted yarns and fibers, as well as handmade Turkish spindles in a variety of exotic and domestic woods.
Lawson Sheep Shearing
Calhoun, KY – With all the shearing this year, Gary has a lot of fleece he’ll be bringing down….Romney, Merino and Jacob….just to name a few. Stop by the barn to see and feel the fleece.
Legacy Acres Mill & More
Manchester, TN – Alpacas started our venture in fiber and it took off from there. We are a start to finish process. With a herd of 40+ alpacas and a mini mill we can take the fiber from raw to many different finished products. Something for everyone, roving for hand spinners, many sizes of yarns with blends or felting material for the felters.
Limestone Creek Fiber Works
Johnson City, TN – We’re a llama farm in Limestone, TN, w/ a retail outlet above Yarntiques in Johnson City, TN. We sell finished llama fiber products, llama yarn and roving, baskets, triangular and peg looms, Ashford and Louet wheels and products. We heard about your event through vendor, Only the Finest, Louise Nuttle and Joan Dupont.
Nashville, TN – LoMaNa is a collective of artists and craftspeople that consigns handmade, local, artisan products made by homeschooling families (and others!) in and near Nashville, TN. Local is our specialty! From the logo, to the displays, to the signage, to the products – nearly everything you find at LoMaNa has been bought, made, and/or sourced locally. AND LoMaNa will give 10% of all sales to Open Table Nashville, a local non-profit dedicated to serving the homeless community.
Looms by Denise
Nashville, TN– Hand dyed loopers are thick and colorful creating bigger & thicker potholders. Lucets cut from Black walnut & maple are available.
New York, NY – Manuosh is a brand based upon community and sustainability whilst maintaining timeless aesthetics. From day one, we wanted to create fun, chic, and glamours knit products for the modern day knitter made in a eco friendly manner. This ideal flows through our Hand made with love philosophy, from our mega yarn in a rainbow of color-ways, Glam knitting needles filled with glitter, to our playful knitwear and knit patterns all items are handcrafted from start to finish with love. Our products reflect our curious and optimistic approach to the world, and we like to think of ourselves as the Willy Wonka of yarn, little surprises at every stitch. Knitting has never been more glamorous, simple and fun #glamknit.
Moonwood Farm Fiber Studio
Huntsville, AL – Large variety of hand dyed fibers, combed top and batts, super long suri locks, sparkle & embellishings, hand spun art yarns, Unicorn Fibre and Strauch products.www.moonwoodfarm.com
On Golden Farm
Watertown, TN – On Golden Farm is a small farm specializing in Icelandic sheep, naturally grown vegetables and cut-flowers.
Only the Finest
Johnson City, TN – “Only the Finest” is a local Tennessee alpaca fiber consortium formed in 2010 by the owners of Appalachian Journey Farm, Appalachian Alpacas, and Dry Creek Alpacas. From our collective herd of over 40 alpacas, we select “only the finest” fleeces to create custom yarns, rovings, and blended fibers for knitting, crocheting, weaving, hand spinning, felting, and other fiber arts.
Painted Alpaca Farm
Columbia, TN – Family oriented alpaca farm where fleece is used for making apparel. Hand crocheted, hand knitted items. Hand washed, dyed, blended and spun alpaca fiber. We will have batts, bumps, new fiber, handspun yarn, and hand weaving. Now a Majacraft dealer offering, spinning wheels, table looms, circular looms and drum carders. Stop by for a spinning and blending demonstration using the drum carder.
Pastiche Knitwear/Bur Oak Studio
Knoxville, TN –
Pastiche Knitwear – Patterns and knitting accessories for the discriminating knitter.
Bur Oak Studio- recycling at its best-taking aluminum needles and hooks to repurpose into creative, colorful and fun new jewelry and accessories.
Praise Song Farm
College Grove, TN – Praise Song Farm has Shetland Sheep, Cashmere Goats and Angora Rabbits. We also offer fiber, yarn and felted fleeces.
Holly Springs, GA – Purdy Thangz offers a wide variety of items including drop spindles, shawl pins, rolags, roving, felting fiber, needles, kits and much more.
Rain’s Obsessive Stitchery
Nashville, TN- A wide range of hand-dyed yarn and fiber; embroidered and embellished totes, shirts, and more; gifts for your favorite fiber fan including project bags, mugs, and stitch markers.
Roots Rock Farm
Milton, TN – We are a local small family farm that produces fine fleeces from Angora Goats! We will have raw mohair available for sale and at least one of our kid goats will be with us!
Reunion Yarn Co.
Chattanooga, TN – REUNION Yarn Company unravels discarded sweaters into beautiful skeins of yarn using minimal electricity and water, creating products that are colorful and inspiring. We aren’t limited by the colors that can be achieved by local fibers and natural dyes, proving that sustainable products don’t have to be confined to a predictable aesthetic. We also support local and regional charities by purchasing the sweaters we unravel from thrift stores backed by charitable causes. We are a different kind of eco-friendly company in that we hope to encourage others to see the value in everything, even the ugly and out of style, and through that process understand what it means to find personal significance and a deeper understanding of the world around us. When you buy a skein of REUNION yarn and make it into something new, you add to the value of that material and keep the cycle going.
Romney Ridge Fiberworks
Nashville, TN– We have a spinning wheel, spindles, spool rack, warping board, triangle loom, shuttles and many other items for sale at really affordable prices. We have roving and yarns from our flock as well.
Pegram, TN – Pottery. Handcrafted ceramics are formed of clay; each piece is handmade, hand built and/or wheel thrown then kiln fired. Functional pottery pieces are food safe, microwave safe and dishwasher safe. Smooth yarn bowls and yarn towers/vases make great gifts for the fiber artists!
Spinner’s End Studio
Lebanon, TN– Spinner’s End Studio is your source for local fleeces, unique handspun yarns, and hand dyed batts as well as project bags, accessory bags, and finished hand-knit wearables. I have a small farm near Lebanon, TN where I raise goats, sheep, donkeys, chickens and ducks; I spend my time taking care of the animals, cleaning fleeces, spinning and knitting. I also teach everything from crochet and knitting to embroidery and tatting.
Spinning Moon Farm
Blissfield, MI – Gorgeous One of a Kind three-way swirl hand dyed roving, hand-woven scarves, felted pumpkins and soap are just some of the things you will find from our farm. We are pleased to introduce our new line of grown, milled, spun and dyed in the U.S. yarns! Come and see us!!
Springrock Farm Jacobs
Westmoreland, TN – Middle Tennessee Breeders of Registered Jacob Sheep. Breeding stock, raw fleeces, natural roving, sheep skins and horn products: buttons, earrings and pendants.
Stony Hill Fiber Arts
Tryon, NC – Cindy Walker is the owner of the Stony Hill Fiber Arts which is located in the peaceful Pacolet Valley outside of the thriving metropolis of Tryon NC (pop. 990). We are in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, approximately 45 miles south of Asheville NC. We work with farmers in Texas and California and textile mills here in NC and Georgia to produce our line of organic cotton knitting yarns. Pacolet Valley Fiber Company is our label. I write knitting patterns that are fun to follow: they are painless and require no translation, advanced mathematical interpretation or the ingestion of valium prior to project commencement.”
The Dancing Goats
Sandoval, IL – TheDancingGoats.com has been in business since 1987 and online since 2000. We make tools for Folkways Artisans and provide ‘Northern Folk-school’ instruction.
The Knaughty Knitter
Murfreesboro, TN – Murfreesboro’s Local Yarn store and more. We have knitting, weaving, crochet supplies, yarn, looms, spinning fiber and lots of classes. There will be weaving demos at the booth all day.
The Pita Pit
Nashville, TN – We are a healthy pita food truck that focuses on freshness.
The Trailer Perk
Madison, TN – Serving coffees, lattes, mochas, frappes, smoothies, milkshakes, ice teas etc. as well as a variety of baked goods.
The Woolly Willow
Rockvale, TN – One of a kind pieces of wearable art using the wet felting process.
The Yarn Haven
Knoxville, TN – We are a local yarn shop in Knoxville, TN. We sell quality yarns, many of which are hand-dyed, as well as hand-crafted items from Tennessee artisans. Knitter’s Pride and Addi needles are our needles of choice. We are also a dealer of Ashford spinning wheels and looms. We have classes every day of the week taught by experienced instructors of knitting, crocheting, weaving & spinning.
Three Creeks Farm
Charlotte, TN- Three Creeks Farm is a small family farm in Charlotte, TN. We have a small flock of Shetland sheep and a variety of goats. We sell Kromski spinning wheels and products, spinning and felting supplies, natural dyes and felted fairies and little creatures. We host tours of our farm and I give spinning and felting classes and Steve does blacksmith classes.
Twenty Two West
Chattanooga, TN – Twenty Two West is based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The name of my business comes from a place that inspires me- the home I grew up in in Greenville, South Carolina. I make jewelry and fiber arts with a modern aesthetic and a focus on quality and excellence. My passion is to connect people with art that is attainable and beautiful.
Manchester, TN – Wayside Farm was started 8 years ago as an alpaca fiber farm. Since then spinning all kinds of fiber has taken hold. There is nothing as calming as sitting at your wheel and letting wonderful fibers move through your fingers to become fantastic yarn. We sell our alpaca and alpaca blended rovings for your spinning enjoyment.
Wild Hair Studio
Crossville, TN- Home to Purebred Romeldale/CVM sheep and commercial wool sheep. Breeding stock, lambs for spinning flocks, raw fleeces, handmade crafts, roving, and other ready to spin fibers from our studio.
Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/wildhairfiber
Ravelry Group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/wild-hair-studio