Vendor space is completely full at this point. If you would like to apply for a community center space we can put you on the wait list.
The application and all the information you need is here.
Wagoner, OK – A little off the beaten path, Across Generations offers everything required by the dyer and rug hooker. For dyers, we carry a full range of natural dyes, Cushing dyes, dye pans, and various supplies. Rug hookers will love our spot-dyed wool yardage, naturally dyed wools, kits, and miscellaneous rug hooking supplies. Additionally, we have books on several fiber arts, wool embroidery thread, inkle looms and shuttles, and gift items.
Alexa Lett artsy-craftsy Merchant
Soddy Daisy, TN – The artsy-craftsy merchant…art in the form of mixed-media, jewelry and stitchery. Handmade to accentuate the art of imperfection.
Amish Country Fibers
Lawrenceburg, TN – I (Jill Wood) have been spinning for 20+ years. I have been teaching classes for 15 years. I teach a Sheep to Shawl class twice a year that teaches the whole process of preparing fiber and spinning and weaving. I also have a DVD of this process that is also called Sheep to Shawl.
Billingsley, AL – I am a fiber farmer who raises Angora goats, Angora rabbits, and Shetland Sheep. The majority of my products come from the fiber straight off my farm including my specialty batts made with spinners and felters in mind. Other things you will find are Angelina, firestar, mohair locks, hand spun yarn from my angora goats, other hand spun yarn, undyed yarn and dye kits to dye yourself, and so much more. Looking forward to meeting you at my booth!
Ethridge, TN – Arcadia Alpacas, located in the rolling hills of middle Tennessee, raises alpacas for their exquisite fleece. We sell processed yarn as well as luxurious knitted, crocheted and woven items made from the fleece of our own herd.
Black Sheep Goods
Nashville, TN – If you have ever wanted to learn how to make woven tapestries, look no further! The Black Sheep Goods all in one Pop Out Loom & Tools weaving kit is the perfect start to your tapestry weaving journey. Comes with a lap loom, weaving tools, instructional, and wooden dowel to hang it with. Come grab one for yourself or the crafty person in your life!
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 – We raise Icelandic sheep for sale, along with wool, hand dyed threads, tatting, weaving and hand spinning tools and supplies. Classes are also available at the Farm Shop. Come visit us on Facebook at www.facebook/BuckmasterFamilyFarm.
Cedar Hill Farm Company
Commerce, GA – Cedar Hill Farm Company is a purveyor of luxury yarns and spinning fibers that have been hand painted and dyed at Cedar Hill Farm. We also offer custom knitting kits, unique hand-sewn project bags, and knitting patterns.
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 – www.etsy.com/shop/lusy
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Cozy Cove Farm
Gurley, AL – Cozy Cove was established in 1995 to be a home for rescued aminals such as horses, llamas, alpacas, sheep, dogs, cats, ducks and other farm animals. We are a solar powered farm and sell the excess power to the TVA. Main products are Alpacas for sale as well as the fiber they produce and products made from the fiber.
Murfreesboro, TN- Hand-painted blended luxury fibers, indigo and eco-dyed scarves and wraps and indigo baby clothes.
Fayetteville, TN – 20 years of experience hand dyeing, blending and processing exotic fibers for the spinning community. We produce a quill spinning wheel that emulates a high wheel. We also supply a selection of cards and combs for hand processing fiber.
Designer Lines dba Aminal Farm
Murfreesboro, TN – A long time artist/crafts person I attended my first fiber show last year and my mind went crazy with ideas. I have made many things to support fiber arts… hopefully to make it easier on the person doing the real work. I have had fun making things! … died wool roving, felted squares, sheep buttons, alpaca coasters embellished knitting needles and crochet hooks, travel bags for needlework….the bags made from knit fabric lined with heavier fabric, allow you to chose the pockets that work for you that are easily attached inside work great for my creations and I hope for yours!
Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry
Woodbury, TN – Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry is a mother-daughter duo specializing in handmade wearable art, such as luxurious handspun, hand knit sweaters, hats, scarves and shawls, and handmade sterling silver and gemstone jewelry made to compliment our fiber related goods.
Crossville, TN – Katelyn Dunn, although only twenty-four 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 a local fiber farm in Christiana were a large herd of Pygora goats and a few Alpacas are loved and cared for. The animals donate their fiber after shearing to be made into hats and other items by Eva.
Far Out Farm
Cornersville, TN- Cotswold, Romney and Shetland wool and roving. Blends and Exotics also available. Chasing Rainbows and Peace of Yarn roving.
Tracy City, TN – Fiber Farm is home to a humble herd of alpacas, several miniature donkeys, a goat, a sheep, and two cats. Located on the top of Monteagle Mountain in Tracy City, TN, It embodies the culmination of many years’ hard work and determination in order to provide a space where sustainable textile creation and education can flourish. My goal for this farm is to be a gathering spot for folks young and old to come and see a variety of animals first-hand and a glimpse into living on a working farm. A place for people to meet, share ideas, good food, and lasting memories. A place to spark ideas and make things happen. The endeavors taking place here are always evolving. Farm tours, natural dye workshops, community events, farm to table dinners, shearing demonstrations, weekend retreats, textile education to name a few. New ideas and challenges are always encouraged. I believe that we are here to make a difference. I believe that it is important to see where our clothes come from, and to provide a glimpse into the world of farming, hard work, and living in harmony with Mother Nature.
Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More
Nashville, TN – Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More is that place you visit before your workday starts and relax in once you’re home for the night. We’re that comfy couch on a rainy day and cool shop when the sun’s a-blazing. We strive to give you not only the best coffee but also the best atmosphere. Won’t you be our neighbor?
Freude Fields, Mohair and More
Fairview, TN – Our mission is to provide a happy and healthy home for all of our Angora goats and to spread the joy of fiber arts to anyone interested in animals, fiber, knitting, crocheting, weaving, felting and spinning. We love what we do, and we do what we love!
Fringe Supply Co.
Nashville, TN – Nice things for makers.
Huntsville, AL – I am a stay-home mom who loves to dabble in the dye pots. I mainly concentrate on creating one-of-a-kind colorways, and my absolute favorite thing is making Rainbows! Once I found out about UV reactive dye, I jumped on board.
I don’t knit or crochet, so all my handspun is sold. I also dye sock yarn so my customers have more variety, and spinning fiber so others can create their own masterpieces. And last of all but not least, I make wonderfully bright dryer balls to help you save money.
Petersburg, TN- HAHA Farm has been raising llamas and alpacas for 16 years here in Tennessee. We pride ourselves on our fiber products. Come visit us .
Handmade Saori Weaving Studio & HanDen Studio
Huntsville, AL – Handmade Studio is a full service Saori weaving studio located in Huntsville, AL. We offer classes in Saori weaving and carry a full line of Saori weaving looms, accessories and yarns. The studio is located in the Lowe Mill ARTS building which is home to over a hundred artist studios. When you come to our studio for classes or just to shop, be sure to allow extra time to visit the other studios! If you are traveling in from out of town, we offer full day or weekend intensive classes to help you along your Saori journey! Call us to arrange the perfect weaving adventure tailored to you!
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 Alpaca Yarn Company is owned by two friends, Carol Grace in Virginia and Kay Kemp in Tennessee, who own alpacas and love the elite, ultra-soft yarn we get from our animals. After shearing each spring, we have the fiber processed, sometimes blended, sometimes dyed, and offer it to our customers for their most special projects.
Heart’s at Home Soap
Clarksville, TN – Heart’s At Home Soap is a Natural Soap Company providing quality soaps to enrich your day.
Hickory Bluff Alpacas
Mt. Juliet, TN – Hickory Bluff Farms is located in Mt Juliet, TN, where alpacas have been living and grazing and sharing their fleeces since 1998. Their yarn and roving and Ruth Fuqua’s hand crafted finished items are locally and nationally recognized for exceptional quality. All the items are USA produced and manufactured.
Hill and Hollow Farm
Edmonton, KY – Hill and Hollow Farm is delighted to share our plant dyed organic wool products with the local fiber community!
Holly and Ivy Dyeworks
Chattanooga, TN – Holly and Ivy are two besties with a love for all things fibre. We dye what we love, and we hope you love it, too!
Hook a Frog Fiber & Fun
Madison, AL – Hook A Frog Fiber & Fun is a yarn shop located in historical downtown Madison, AL. We strive to carry a variety of products at a variety of price points from fun kits to elegant projects in shop and on-line. There are multiple groups that meet at the shop; follow us on-line for more information.
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
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 – Our farms is a start to finish process. We have a herd of 50+ alpacas which are shorn once per year. The delightful fiber is then processed in our mill into yarns, roving bumps for the hand spinners and felted sheets.
Nashville, TN – LoMaNa is a collective of artists and craftspeople that consigns handmade, local, artisan products made by homeschooling families in Nashville, TN. Our Waldorf-inspired products are made primarily using locally-sourced and all-natural materials. Many of our products are fiber-based and include naturally dyed and handspun yarn, needle-felted and wet-felted gifts, and crocheted, knitted, and woven accessories and decor. Other products include greeting cards, toys, wood decor, and a variety of other items. AND 10% of all purchases goes directly to supporting Open Table Nashville, a local non-profit dedicated to serving the homeless.
Looms & Potholders 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 palyful 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.
Misty Mountain Makers
Maryville, TN – Located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Emily and Tim own Misty Mountain Makers. Emily creates beautifully blended batts, hand-dyed yarn and spinning fibers that enable makers to create finished projects that they adore. Tim crafts fiber processing equipment that pairs the natural beauty of exotic woods with heirloom durability for gorgeous tools that will last for years.
Nashville, TN – Est. 2012 – Nutmeg is the nickname given to me, Meg Anderson, by my grandmother many, many years ago. Founded in 2012, this is a cottage industry, begun out of my house, that grew into a brick and mortar store at the Shoppes at Fatherland in the heart of East Nashville. We spent 2 great years there, growing our business and meeting so many wonderful fiberfolk. In the summer of 2016, we both built our first dedicated dye studio for Nutmeg Fibers and moved online, as our Nutmeg community had grown far beyond East Nashville! We now hand-dye all our yarn, as well as source a line of Farm Fibers from Tennessee Fibershed farms. Knitting and the fiber arts have become a great source of calm and inspiration to me, and I’m excited to share my fiber love with all of you!
On Golden Farm
Watertown, TN – We raise registered Icelandic sheep. Icelandic sheep come in a variety of colors and are dual coated, so there are many uses for the wool. Our fleeces are professionally sheared and very carefully and heavily skirted so you only get the best of fiber to work with. We also have Lopi yarn spun from fleece from our sheep.
Only the Finest
Johnson City, TN – Only the Finest” is a small Tennessee alpaca fiber consortium, founded in 2010 when 3 alpaca farms in NE Tennessee joined forces to produce “only the finest” locally grown alpaca and alpaca-blend fibers to the independent fiber artist. Visit us at www.onlythefinestfiber and follow us online at www.facebook.com/onlythefinestalpaca.
Rain’s Obsessive Stitchery
Nashville, TN- Rain’s Obsessive Stitchery features hand-dyed yarn and fiber in a wide variety of fibers, weights, and colorways including luxury and allergy-friendly options. You’ll also find beads, stitch markers, and other gifts and tools for fibery folk.
Reunion Yarn Co.
Chattanooga, TN – Reunion Yarn Co. uses minimal electricity and water to unravel second-hand sweaters into beautiful skeins of yarn for knitters, crocheters, and crafters. We aren’t limited by local fibers and natural dyes, allowing our customers more freedom to use bright colors and a variety of fibers without the guilt of supporting unethical and environmentally damaging practices.
River’s Edge Fiber Arts
Grand Ledge, MI – Providing the finest of fibers, yarns and equipment.
Pegram, TN – Hobby potter has one of a kind functional and decorative ceramics.. Yarn bowls, diz and buttons available
Smyrna, TN – Smokin’ Buttz is a mobile food trailer that offers the best smoked meats around!
Spinner’s End Studio
Lebanon, TN– Spinner’s End Studio carries a wide range of spinning and knitting tools and fiber, as well as toys for those very special kids, embroidered items, and project bags. This year we will have some fleeces, both raw and processed in addition to our other offerings.
Spinning Moon Farm
Blissfield, MI – Spinning Moon Farm is a small fiber farm in Southeast Michigan. We take pride in our fiber products and the fact that all of our wool and mohair is grown here in the mitten state! The wool and mohair are used in our roving blends and millspun yarn. We raise Angora goats and Shetland sheep
Westmoreland, TN – Middle Tennessee Breeders of Jacob Sheep. Raw fleeces, roving, horn buttons and jewelry, skins. Visit us at www.springrockfarm.com.
Stony Hill Fiber Arts
Tryon, NC – From the field to the mill to your knitting basket, Stony Hill connects you to the many family owned small businesses and cottage industries that make our yarns and your projects special. We carry US grown organic cotton sliver and yarns that are spun and plied in NC and Georgia. From Fingering weight to Aran, our yarns are pleasing to the touch and the wallet! We have many hand dyed colors to choose from as well as naturally colored cotton blends. In our booth you will find “painless patterns” and samples that will spark your imagination for your next project. You can find us at www.stonyhillfiberarts.com, Ravelry: CindyWalker-SHFA, and on FB: Stony Hill Fiber Arts.
The Brothers Burger
Nashville, TN – Local food truck in Nashville promoting locally sourced ingredients and trying to have a good time!
The Dancing Goats
Sandoval, IL – Robin Goatey: Maker and guide in traditional folkways. Student of folklore. Teaching traditional skills for ‘The World Made by Hand’. Teresa Goatey: Weaver, Spinner & Rug Hooker. The fiber arts have been a passion for 30 years. Concentration has always been on original designs and skills building
The Knaughty Knitter
Murfreesboro, TN – We stock fine yarns and knitting supplies, Spinning and weaving equipment and supplies. Classes for knitting, crochet, weaving and spinning are available too.
The Speckled Swan
Ringgold, GA – The Speckled Swan is a family owned and family run handmade gift and fiber art supply business. Elisa has been active in the creation of the fiber art supply portion of the business and has loved needlework ever since she could pick up a crochet hook. Her love of crochet expanded to knitting, embroidery, tatting, felting, weaving – anything related to fiber. Learning how to spin and dye fibers changed how she looked at her art and her projects. She loves selecting fibers – wool, cotton, alpaca, mohair, and finding just the right blends of colors and dyes. She mainly draws inspiration from color combinations found in nature – sunsets, semiprecious stones, flowers, forests, creekbeds
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 taught by experienced instructors of knitting, crocheting, weaving & spinning.
Ravelry group: www.ravelry.com/groups/the-yarn-haven
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/The-Yarn-Haven-118493964830241/
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 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. My loom blocks are a great step toward that goal. I start by building a loom on a piece of reclaimed wood using petite gold and rose gold nails. Hand made gilded pottery is woven in with locally sourced, naturally dyed, hand woven fibers. Every loom block I create is different- no two are ever the same. A lot of love goes into each woven block- each one has its own personality that comes to life throughout the handmade process. My woven necklaces are a wearable version of my loom blocks. I weave them out of pure cotton threads on a miniature loom. The piece is then stitched onto gilded earthenware base after it comes out of the kiln. I add a long chain to complete each necklace.
Two Warped and Twisted Gals
Knoxville, TN – Nancy Shedden and Patty Benton have joined forces to see their fiber art products, their booth is called “Two Warped and Twisted Gals”. They are fiber artists who have been hand spinning for about 15 years. They spin a variety of yarn types from fingering weight to bulky art yarns. Many of their fibers are hand dyed and some are locally sourced. Patty and Nancy spin exotic fibers such as Alpaca, Angora and Llama as well as a wide variety of sheep breeds including Blue Faced Leicester, Merino, Cotswold, Cormo and other more common wool breeds of sheep. Nancy is juried in the Foothills Craft Guild and the Appalachian Craft Center in Norris. Patty and Nancy have both taught classes at the Townsend Fiber Arts Festival in Crock Pot Dying of Wool and Using a Blending Board to Create Rolags to Spin. They will have hand dyed rovings and locks for sale and can do custom dying of wool for spinning.
Patty is also a weaver and has hand-woven place mats for sale and will have additional woven products in the future. Patty uses a combination of cotton, bamboo and recycled fabrics in the place mats.
Unplanned Peacock Studio
Ferrum, VA – Unplanned Peacock Studio dyes unique and excellent yarns and fibers. We are on Instagram as @unplannedpeacock, Twitter as @unplannedpeack, Facebook, and Ravelry, and of course www.unplannedpeacock.com. Come color outside the lines with us!
Manchester, TN – We have proudly be in the alpaca fiber business for 9 years here in Manchester, TN. Our animals were raised for their quality of fiber. Spinning has become a permanent part of my life so much so that I am completing the final year of the Olds Master Spinner’s Program, a comprehensive 6 year program covering all aspects of spinning.
New Orleans, LA – WhimzeeStitches Designs offers handmade whimsical knitting project bags, organizers and accessories for knitters and fiber crafters. You can find our Etsy shop at:
Wild Hair Studio
Crossville, TN- A small family farm raising Purebred Romeldale/CVM sheep, Registered Gotland Sheep and crossbred sheep with a focus on fiber. We offer fiber from our farm for sale in natural and hand-dyed colors for spinning, felting and fiber arts.
Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/wildhairfiber
Ravelry Group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/wild-hair-studio