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2017 Vendors

2 Guys Yarn Company
Cherry Valley, IL – 2 Guys Yarn Company features semi solid yarns in a variety of weights. Our lineup includes Tweedy Toes a BFL tweed sock yarn and an expanding collection of custom milled yarns. We also carry hand dyed wool fibers, natural wool from prize winning fleeces we hand selected and natural luxury fiber blends all for hand spinning.
http://www.2GuysYarn.com

A Knotted Life
Dyer, TN – Marine Corps veteran, Christian, wife and mother, Carrie Mercer says the following about her business:  Needles, threads, and lace have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My adventure with tatting began after reading a historical book which mentioned tatting. A subsequent trip to the bookstore produced a book of tatting patterns – I was in love! I HAD to try it!

After many attempts, I am now able to do what my heart longed for that day and more.

Tatting is reminiscent of life…To form the finished knot the thread gets twisted first one way then another. Each knot is independent and strong, held together by a common thread. The color can change with time. This strong foundation holds the jewels, beads, and findings that are our friends and blessings.

Inspired by life. Made by hand. Knotted lace jewelry for the woman who has lived.

Across Generations
Wagoner, OK – Across Generations caters to dyers and rug hookers. We carry a full line of natural dyes and Cushing Acid Dyes along with all the equipment you need to use them. We also have beginning rug hooking kits, supplies, and hand-dyed wool fabric for your creative spirit. Need a gift? Check us out for our one of a kind creations.
http://etsy.com/shop/acrossgenerations

Amish Country Fibers
Lawrenceburg, TN – Amish Country Fibers was founded in 1995. I called it Amish Country fibers because my farm was located in an Amish community. Over the years I have raised all kinds of fiber animals. I have learned to process my fibers from start to finish. I love to teach so I have been teaching the class of processing sheep fibers twice a year since 2006. I now have a teaching video that teaches the process starting with shearing sheep and includes, sorting, picking, carding, dying, spinning and weaving. I teach natural dye classes, Tri-loom weaving, felting, spinning, and others. I also bring beautiful Amish made baskets to sell at my booth.  Come and visit me! You just might learn something.

Arcadia Alpacas
Ethridge, TN – Arcadia Alpacas is the home to a herd of 35 huacaya alpacas.  From their luxurious fiber we produce knitted, crocheted, felted and woven items. We are open for farm visitations and thoroughly enjoy sharing our love for these incredible animals and the alpaca lifestyle.
http://www.arcadiaalpacas.com

Artsy Crafty 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.

Bama Angoras
New Market, AL – Bama Angoras is a local small business specializing in Angora Rabbit products. All products are custom made using local labor and businesses. Bama Angora’s goal is to promote the Angora Rabbit breed and Angora Rabbit products.
http://BamaAngoras.com/

BohoSteampunk
Huntsville, AL – Something stirs in the deep… I’m a fiber artist making steampunk items, bohemian style! Octohats, tentacle scarves, Octobags, wire-wrapped jewelry, and more. Steampunkery for a unique lifestyle and squishy things to sooth your inner bohemian.  Find BohoSteampunk on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
https://www.facebook.com/bohosteampunk/

Bon Aqua Cabin
Bon Aqua, TN – After almost 20 years I still love what I do. Amid a relaxed rustic setting, I offer beautifully handcrafted soaps made with vegetable & nut oils and use essential oils exclusively for scent.  Other handcrafted products, made lovingly with you in mind, are also available.
http://BonAquaCabin.com

Buckmaster Family Farm
Mt. Pleasant, TN – Buckmaster Family Farm raises Icelandic Sheep in Mt Pleasant. TN and carries wool roving and yarn from our sheep, along with Kromski spinning and weaving products, GR8 Shuttle Brothers tatting shuttles and supplies, hand dyed threads and more.

Cedar Hill Farm Company
Commerce, GACedar Hill Farm Co. is a purveyor of hand-painted and hand-dyed luxury yarns and fibers, including our own farm-raised yarn. We als offer notions, project bags, needles, and patterns to get you on your way to a fun and exciting knitting experience.
http://www.cedarhillyarns.com

Cedar Rock Ranch
Lebanon, TN – Cedar Rock Ranch has been raising alpacas in Lebanon TN since 2007. We raise our herd for the finest alpaca fleece and process it locally. We have raw fleece and roving available for spinners in all colors. Also, we have handspun and mill-spun yarn for the knitters and crocheters. New this year we will have one-of-a kind hand thrown ceramic yarn ball holders. There will be a photo booth available for the kids to get their pictures taken .

Classic Spinner
Ethridge, TN – Learned to knit since a little girl back in Ukraine, my Grandmother taught me, when I was 6 years old. Love fibers and cannot imagine my life without a fiber world.
www.esty.com/shop/lusy
https://www.facebook.com/LusyClassicspinner.

D.B.Collectibles
Mt. Juliet, TN

Daily Fibers
Murfreesboro, TN- Indigo goods — scarves and wraps, indigo yarns and some fibers.

Deertrace Farm
Fayetteville, TN – Supplier of hand dyed fibers and fiber tools and exotic fibers We manufacture a quill spinning wheel.
www.deertracefarm.com

Ducksnort Fiber & Jewelry
Woodbury, TN – We are a mother-daughter partnership in which both partners contribute to not only the making of the jewelry but also the spinning of the yarn for hand-knits. All of our pieces are strictly one-of-a-kind heirloom quality pieces at reasonable prices.

Dunn Spunn
Crossville, TN – Katelyn Dunn has been involved in fiber arts for nearly 15 years.  Her love for the medium began at 11 when she learned how to knit, and in her own words, “It ‘spun’ out of control from there!” Katelyn was captivated and determined to learn as much as she could about the entire process.  Katelyn’s fiber art now starts with the sheep.  She is hands-on for most the fiber processing: cleaning, dyeing, combing, hackling, spinning, knitting, crochet, weaving and felting local fiber to create unique, one-of-a-kind products.  In her fiber arts studio, Dunn Spunn, Katelyn creates, gives seminars and lessons.  She has been a guest teacher and demonstrator for many stores and events.  Her teaching philosophy is approachability (It’s just fluff).  Most of all, Katelyn loves an opportunity to share her passion with others.  Follow Katelyn and all her fiber happenings on instagram @dunnspunn
www.dunnspunn.com

Everich Farm
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.
615-499-6286
https://www.facebook.com/Everich-Farm-121057441309651/
www.Everichfarm.com

Far Out Farm
Cornersville, TN- My love to spinning began when someone showed me a drop spindle at a day camp forty years ago.  I had to get one of my own, and soon I was taking weaving lessons, as well.  A spinning wheel and loom traveled to high school and college with me.  My mother says the idea of raising sheep was my notion, but I think it was hers.  In any case, we now breed Romney, Cotswold, and Shetland sheep in middle Tennessee.  We also run a custom wool processing mill.  Somehow a fascination with history and spinning grew into a collection of unusual spinning wheels.  I’m pretty sure the drop spindles started multiplying on their own, although I have helped the collection along many times.  My passion for history has led me to read widely on the history of shepherding, and the making of ancient textiles. I have been teaching classes at fiber festivals and sheep meetings for decades.  Subjects have included evaluating fleeces, wool carding and combing, spinning on walking wheels, choosing and using drop spindles, and “most recently“ hand held distaffs.

Fiber Farm
Tracy City, TN –
www.fiberfarm.net
https://www.facebook.com/FiberFarm/
https://www.instagram.com/fiberfarm/

Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More
Nashville, TN –
http://flatrockcoffee.com

Freude Fields, Mohair and More
Fairview, TN –
http://www.freudefields.com/index.html

Fringe Supply Co.
Nashville, TN – Nice things for makers.
http://www.fringesupplyco.com

HAHA Farm
Petersburg, TN- We are a local alpaca and llama farm which gas been in business fir 17 years,  all our fiber is from our own livestock. The products sold  for the most part are made by Kathie. The exception is our socks which are made in the USA. Come by and see us.

Haus of Yarn
Nashville, TN – Your local yarn shop on wheels!
www.hausofyarn.com
ravelry group http://www.ravelry.com/groups/haus-knitters
Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/HausOfYarn?ref=hl
Instagram  https://instagram.com/hausofyarntn/

Haute Bohéme Fibers, LLC
Severn, MD – Act One: Le Yarn Every bohemian needs luxury fibers to spin their wares, and Haute Bohéme Fibers serves up only the finest bases and colors for our cherished clients. Each colorway is painstakingly selected by fiber artist Melody to ensure each stitch is defined with highs and lows of rich color.

Act Two: Le Fiber The Three Fates spin, measure, and cut the thread of each mortal coil. Haute Bohéme Fibers allows each bohemian to be the masters of their own fate. Unleash your inner fiber artist and spin the threads of your fiber destiny with our heavenly arias of hand dyed fibers.

Act Three: Le Tools Haute Bohéme Fibers knows every great fiber artist needs tools to successfully navigate the path of the craft. Soak your handknits, or set your handspun twist, with our selection of your favorite Soak, or find that perfect sundry item to round out your fiber kit.

Act Four: Le Bohemian The last act is you, our delightful clients! Whether you be a bohemian lady or bohemian gentleman, or simply an admirer of fine fiber delights, we welcome you to our fiber opera!
http://hbfllc.com

Hickory Bluff Farms
Mt. Juliet, TN – Hickory Bluff Farms is located in Mt Juliet, TN and has been raising alpacas since 1998. The fiber shorn each year from the herd of over 50 huacaya alpacas goes on to be made into yarn and roving, and then for the creation of handcrafted items such as shawls, scarves, blankets, gloves, hats and rugs. New this year are socks made with fiber from our own alpacas of Hickory Bluff Farms and produced in the USA.
http://hickorybluffalpacas.com

Hill and Hollow Farm
Edmonton, KY – We are on Facebook as Hill and Hollow Farm, Instagram @hillandhollowfamily and our website www.hillandhollowfarm.com
So excited to prepare for our second year at this great fiber event!

Holly and Ivy Dyeworks
Chattanooga, TN – Holly and Ivy Dyeworks was created by two besties in love with all things fiber. We are personally knitters, spinners, dyers, and knitwear designers because we can’t get enough of the incredible world of fiber. You can find us on Facebook or on Instagram as hollyandivydyeworks or Katrinajknits. Tag us and share your projects using our yarn. We love to see what you are creating!!
http://www.hollyandivydyeworks.com/

HomeGrownFabrics
Flat Rock, AL – Homegrown Fabrics is a mother daughter business. Katierose produces handpsun yarn and weaves. Judy quilts and paints silk scarves. They have a small alpaca farm in Northeast Alabama.

Kim from Fiberofbeing began crocheting at a very young age, and  has been passionate about it for nearly 40 years. Each item is made with the utmost love and attention to detail.
https://www.homegrownfabrics.net/

Hook a Frog Fiber & Fun
Madison, AL – We are a small yarn store located in the Historical District of Madison.  We have several independent dyers yarns, kits, and some yarns that you know!  From fun fandom themed kits to elegant shawls we try to have something for everyone!
http://www.hookafrog.net/
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/HookAFrog
Revelry:  http://www.ravelry.com/groups/fans-of-hook-a-frog

JeNan Wood and Fiber
Milledgeville, GA – We are on facebook as JeNan Wood and Fiber.

John D’s Wood Things
Bartlett, TN – Wood tools for the fiber arts.

Knitting Notions
Nashville, TN – Knitting Notions established in 2005 and we hand craft/dye all of our tools and yarns.
http://knittingnotions.com

Lawson Sheep Shearing
Calhoun, KY – Our website is Lawson’s Sheep Shearing. We specialize in shearing sheep. We also have sheep for sale from our farm for a variety of uses.

LoMaNa
Nashville, TN – LoMaNa is a collective of artists and craftspeople that sells handmade, local, artisan products made by homeschooling families in Nashville, TN. Our Waldorf-inspired products are made primarily using locally-sourced and/or all-natural materials. Many of our products are fiber-based and include: naturally dyed roving and batts, handspun yarn, needle-felted and wet-felted gifts, and crocheted and woven accessories and decor. Other products include greeting cards, toys, wood decor, and a variety of other items. Many of our items are made by kids; others by parents. A portion of our sales goes directly to supporting Open Table Nashville, a local non-profit dedicated to serving the homeless.
http://locallymadeinnashville.com
https://www.instagram.com/lomanashville/

Looms & Potholders by Denise
Nashville, TN Handmade & hand dyed cotton Potholders. Along with handmade potholder & mug rug looms and hand dyed loopers to weave on them. Woven and felted bottle & can cozies. Christmas ornaments that relate to Fiber artists.  Everything I have in my booth I have made.

Manuosh
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.
https://www.manuosh.com
www.instagram.com/MANUOSHx

Medusa Yarns and Fiber
Knoxville, TN – Quality Yarns hand dyed and hand spun in East Tennessee! Choose from an array of solid, variegated, and speckled yarns in a variety of bases and weights. From smooth sock yarn to rustic yarns perfect for color work, I have something for everyone!

Misty Mountain Makers
Maryville, TN – Misty Mountain Makers specializes in hand dyed yarn, roving and custom blended batts. Find out more about our fiber adventures in East Tennessee by subscribing to our Down the Hobbit Hole podcast on https://www.MistyMountainMakers.com

Nutmeg Fibers
Nashville, TN – Est. 2012 – Nutmeg Fibers are made with 100% American fibers. Our line of Farm Fibers feature wool sourced directly from the Tennessee Fibershed area and milled for us at Echo View Fiber Mill in North Carolina. We take pride in supporting local fiber farms, and hope to be using 80% Tennessee Fibershed wool by the end of 2017. Our yarn is hand dyed these in small batches, so there are some variations to be expected between dye vats. We want you to be completely satisfied with your yarn, so please contact us with any questions.
http://www.nutmegster.com

On Golden Farm
Watertown, TN – Quality Icelandic fleeces and Icelandic sheep products
 http://www.ongoldenfarm.com

Only the Finest – A Tennessee Alpaca Fiber Consortium
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 almost 50 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.
http://www.onlythefinestfiber.com

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
http://rainsews.com

Redhead Fibers
Antioch, TN
https://www.redheadfibers.etsy.com

Rock Hill Road Farm
Readyville, TN – Used and fully operating equipment Such as table looms and spinning wheel Books on many fiber subjects will also be for sale.

Seedfaith Pottery
Pegram, TN – Functional, decorative and inspirational ceramics
http://www.seedfaithpottery.com

Smokin Buttz
Smyrna, TN – Smokin’ Buttz serves BBQ so good, PIGS are dying to get SMOKED!!!
http://www.smokinbuttzbbq.com

Sparkle Studio
Madison, AL – Sparkle Studio is a working studio, a brick & mortar collaboration between Amy Shelton of Crochetville and Roo Kline of Moonwood Farm.  The studio offers workshops and supplies in the fields of fiber art and mixed media including crochet, knitting, weaving, fiber processing and dyeing, carding, spinning, paper making, journalling, painting, collage, lettering, and much more.

Spinner’s End Studio
Lebanon, TN Spinner’s End Studio makes bags and backpacks for knitters, crocheters, and fiber artists of all sorts. Show off your geek fandom with a great project bag, purse, or backpack. We also have fleeces from local shepherds and heritage breeds of sheep
http://www.spinnersendstudio.com

Springrock Farm
Westmoreland, TN – Middle Tennessee Breeders of Jacob Sheep.  Fleeces, roving, skins, horn buttons and jewelry.
www.springrockfarm.com.

Stewart Heritage Farm
New Market, TN – Stewart Heritage Farm is home to a small herd of huacaya alpacas in East Tennessee.  The alpacas are raised specifically for their beautiful fiber and produced into gorgeous, unique yarns, roving, and finished fashion and home accessories.  Products represent all the natural colors of alpacas (from white to black, and everything in between).  Many yarns are kettle dyed or hand-painted.  Unique patterns and hand-crafted accessories round out the offering.  Shawls & scarves are woven on a tri-loom or rigid heddle loom.
https://www.facebook.com/StewartHeritageFarm

Stony Hill Fiber Arts
Tryon, NC – Stony Hill Fiber Arts carries a fine line of organic cotton yarns, sliver, painless patterns, and kits.
http://www.stonyhillfiberarts.com/

The Dancing Goats
Sandoval, IL – The Dancing Goats is on Etsy and Instagram.  Just look for “TheDancingGoats”.
Http://TheDancingGoats.com

The Foldout Cat/Handmade Saori Weaving Studio
Huntsville, AL – Liza Q. Wirtz, better known as Q, actively pursues certification as a Saori studio while working for friend and weaving mentor Sarah Dauro of Handmade Saori, longtime fiber artist and polycrafter. Currently, Q hosts the Huntsville arm of Handmade Saori at her studio 258, the Foldout Cat, in Huntsville’s well-known arts facility and creative community, Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, and teaches there under Sarah’s guidance. Q’s other creative hats include those of crocheter, baker, and singer; she also practices law from time to time. Handmade Saori can be found on
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HandmadeSaori/
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/handmadesaori/

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Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/foldoutcat/
Twitter https://twitter.com/foldoutcat

The Steady Hand
Murfreesboro, TH – The Steady Hand – handmade storage pouches, project bags, DPN holders and other crafting accessories for fiber lovers!
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheSteadyHand

The Yarn Haven
Knoxville, TN – We are a local yarn shop in Knoxville, TN.  We sell quality yarns, many of which are hand-dyed, and supplies for knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving & needle felting.  We also have hand-crafted items from Tennessee artisans.  Check us out on Facebook, Ravelry, or our website – www.theyarnhaven.com.

Three Creeks Farm
Charlotte, TN- Steve and Beth offer a variety of classes on their farm in Charlotte. Check their website for information on classes on blacksmithing, soap making, spinning and felting.
http://www.3creeksfarm.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Three-Creeks-Farm-182148323213/?ref=bookmarks
instagram: threecreeksfarm

Twist Fiber Studio
Candler, NC – Twist Fiber Studio offers vibrant hand-dyed yarns and spinning fibers, fun and functional project bags, African market baskets, notions, and fun accessories for fiber crafters.
http://www.twistfiberstudio.com

Two Roots Alpacas
Greeneville, TN – OUR STORY – We are truly blessed to be living our dream.  Our farm is located at the foot of the Appalachians with a view that takes your breath away. We have a herd of some of the finest Huacaya alpacas around and as a result we produce a high quality yarns and rovings. If you would like to come for a visit, just let us know.

We provide exceptional, locally grown alpaca fibers and products from our herd of 32 Huacaya alpacas. And it all starts with very happy alpacas.  We have gone to extreme measures to keep our animals healthy, clean and very spoiled.
http://www.tworootsalpacas.com

Two Warped and Twisted Gals
Knoxville, TN – Two Warped and Twisted Gals is the shop name  for Nancy Shedden and Patty Benton of Knoxville, TN.  They are members and artisans in the TN Valley Handspinner’s Guild and at the East TN FARM Farmer’s Market in Oak Ridge, TN. Nancy is a member of the Foothill’s Craft Guild and the Appalachian Craft Center. They have both taught classes on dying and blending fibers at the Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival in Townsend. You can find their page on Facebook.

Unplanned Peacock Studio
Ferrum, VA – We are on Instagram as @unplannedpeacock, Facebook, and Ravelry, and of course www.unplannedpeacock.com.

WhimzeeStitches Designs
WhimzeeStitches Designs strives to create exceptional, colorful and whimsical fabric project bags and accessories for knitters, crocheters and fiber artists.
http://whimzeestitches.etsy.com

Wild Hair Studio
Crossville, TN- Wild Hair Studio offers fibers and supplies for fiber crafts, with a focus on fibers from our flock of Purebred Romeldale/CVM sheep, Registered Gotland sheep and crossbred sheep. We also offer hand painted warps, skeins and tops from our studio.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/wildhairfiber?ref=hdr_shop_menu

yBsquare
Madison, AL – yBsquare makes high quality useful unique fiber notions and accessories; after all why craft plainly, add some personality!
http://ybsquare.com/

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