Vendors for 2017 Festival

Amaki Ltd

Alpaca accessories! – Socks, hats, scarves, and gloves


Brooklyn-based unique handmade jewelry and accessories inspired by textiles, textures and organic shapes found in nature; also artwork using joomchi (traditional Korean paper-making, using mulberry paper).

Black Diamond Alpacas

Small fiber farm of 6 huacaya alpacas and 3 angora goats. Mission is to keep all aspects of the business utilizing US products and services from dyes to fiber processing.

Blind Buck Farm

Natural yarns and fibers from our own sheep and Angora goats. Kits, knitting needles and notions. We dye the yarn right on the farm using non-toxic, heavy metal-free dyes. All of our products are made in the USA.

Crafty Primate / Granola Lab

Crafty Primate makes flavorful artisan sourdough bread and bakes goods — naturally delicious made with organic ingredients, organic wheat and rye flours and wild yeast.

Granola Lab makes small batch artisan granola — all-natural, preservative-free, bold flavors with just enough sweet. Invent a better breakfast!

De La Tierra Blends

De La Tierra Blends has been on a spiritual journey, craving to know ourselves and our ancestors more, based on the stars. We understand that the stars influence our paths, our demeanor, our relationships, our strengths, as well as weaknesses. We have used our knowledge of astrology to create blends and infusions tailored to each zodiac sign, to bring forth good fortune and self-awareness for all who use them. In essence, we offer organic and homemade soaps, body oils, smoke blends, teas, and incense catered to each zodiac sign. This series is designed to honor different queer and trans ancestors of color where they align with the stars. We not only offer products on our vending table, but an opportunity to learn more about astrology by reading the literature we provide, talking with us about your chart, and listening to music with us.

Dye For Design, LLC

We supply products for many fiber art processes including wet felting, hand spinning, weaving & more. We also are natural dyers and printers bringing eco printed fabrics and scarves to the festival. Our works feature wet felting, small weavings, hands-spun yarn and handmade wool batts.

Felt Like Sisters

A variety of handmade items – ranging from felted & knitted clothing & accessories for body & home to pottery items.

Groovy Hues Fibers, LLC

Groovy Hues delights fiber artists with visual and tactile treats for their inner hippie. Beginners and experts alike will find something earthy or psychedelic that they want to create with!

HumDinger Alpacas

Small Alpaca farm and breeder producing natural fiber and yarn. Also hand made infant and adult garments and felted catnip mice. Visit our website

Jane’s Designer Yarn Patterns

I am an avid knitter who enjoys sharing the knowledge and experience I have gathered over 50 years of knitting. I am passionate about sharing useful tips that will enrich your knitting projects by sharing my views on knitting books, designers, shops and expos on my blog. I encourage you to check out my entries and share your knitting experiences, projects and interests. As a result of the great engagement I have received on my blog and ongoing dialogue with fellow knitters on Facebook and Pinterest, I have created this specially curated site which features knit kits personally selected or designed by me. It’s been great to work with a range of established and new designers, as well as yarn producers and manufacturers to develop my own brand of knit kits. As always, let me know what you think and get in touch with your ideas and designs.

Lambstrings Yarn

Lambstrings Yarn provides quality hand dyed yarns and hand made notions to fiber artists of all genres. We have a beautiful selection of colors and bases for all to enjoy.

Lanart International Inc

Lanart is headquartered in Huntersville, North Carolina about 15 minutes outside of Charlotte. These products are Hand Crafted by specially trained artisans working in Lanart’s Peruvian operations located in Lima, Arequipa, and Puno.

Since its inception, Lanart has steadily gained a reputation for quality and integrity – traits that are paramount in the Alpaca industry – and a priority to us.

These traits are backed by Angelo who has been personally involved in various aspects of the Alpaca industry for over twenty five years – ranging from procurement and processing to retail and cooperatives.

Oink Pigments

Est. 2010. Purveyor of small-batch, indie-dyed yarns made by a trio of strong-willed women who love pigs, puns, and purls. Bright, playful yarns & fibers 100% USA made from sheep to shelf.

Patricia Reilly (Pin Money)

Finished accessories, handmade by me, in a variety of fibers, in designs from across the knitting universe.

River Valley Farm

Hand Washed and Hand Dyed Yarns and Wools from my flock of Cotswold Sheep and neighboring northeast farms and ranches; Goat Milk Soap made with our own goat’s milk.

Rosehaven Alpacas Inc

Rosehaven Alpacas: over 100 alpacas along with a fiber fanatics mill. We make roving, batts, and core yarn, Our specialty is dyeing and color. Hand knitting from NY state artisans.

The Wooliers

Our products are proudly 100% made in the USA, and we source from farms that solely raise their animals for hobby. Our wool is processed with vegetable oil, we do not use any harsh chemicals in our processing, and our hand dyes are plant based. Our neutral colors are the natural hues of the fibers, strategically paired them to create our yarns.

Founded by two sisters, Margeau and Rebecca Soboti. Margeau is a former Vogue Knitting Pattern Editor and author of Margeau Chapeau and Margeau Blanc. Rebecca works in Merchandising, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Photography. The two make the perfect duo for an ethical, hip, and wooly company!

Winter’s Past Farm

Our small family owned farm raises Coopworth sheep in the heart of New Jersey’s farm country.