HipStrings is a RETURNING vendor!
HipStrings brings together the old and new to create elegant and whimsical supplies for the fiber arts. We offer laser etched and cut tools to bring your spinning to the next level, knitting notions to delight you, Signature blends of fiber for your next spinning or felting project, custom milled and small batch hand dyed yarns in delectable fibers and more!
Raggz Fiber Art is a NEW vendor!
my love of knitting and all things fiber blossomed 7 years ago when i decided to open my own yarn shop and i have met the most amazing, wonderful folks. i added another dimension to my love of fiber, as i now dye my own yarns and fibers. i’m an avid knitter and felter and dabble in spinning and weaving when time allows, as i have a 70-acre farm and raise sheep, goats, cattle, chickens and bees.
Roving Acres is a RETURNING vendor!
We feature yarn and fiber from our Jacob, CVM/Romeldale, and Cormo sheep, Angora goats, and Angora rabbit. We also offer yarn made from locally sourced alpaca. Natural colors and hand dyed. Limited amounts of superwash yarn and whole raw fleeces. Patterns, kits, and pelts as well.
Ten Mile Fiber is a RETURNING vendor!
Ten Mile Fiber is based in a sheep farm (West Heritage Farm) where we raise a variety of fiber sheep. We sell natural and hand dyed fiber as well as hand spun, on site mill spun, and commercial mill spun hand dyed yarn.
Hanna Handicraft is a NEW vendor!
Woodturner crochet hooks and stitchmarkers
Unplanned Peacock Studio is a RETURNING vendor!
Unplanned Peacock Studio crafts gorgeous, high quality hand dyed yarn, fiber, and fabric. We use only the most luxurious materials, and all of our colors are uniquely designed.
Spencer Hill Naturally Dyed Yarn is a RETURNING vendor!
Spencer Hill Naturally Dyed Yarn believes that creative decisions can make a difference to more than just the creator. We strive to make the idea of “shopping small” have real meaning by sourcing as much yarn as possible from small farms, and providing an outlet for the diverse breeds of sheep they raise. With this, we have more choices as creators while supporting the small farms that are the backbone of American agriculture. Natural dyes and small batches of these and other fiber blends will bring that extra-special “something” to every project, and give you the satisfaction of knowing you’ve done your part to keep small farms thriving.
FeltHappiness is a NEW vendor!
Juliane Gorman of FeltHappiness creates practical and fantastical felted hats inspired by nature, fairytales and fine art. Each hat is wet felted out of 3 to 4 layers of super fine, soft Merino wool which resists rain and keeps the wearer warm. Additionally, the hats are designed to be flattering and add more whimsy to grownups’ lives. Hat styles include cloches, fedoras, berets, gnome hats and other sculptural headgear.
Gypsy Stardust is a RETURNING vendor!
We specialize in hand dyed yarn and fiber, hand spun and hand knit items, as well as other hand made items such as journals, candles, jewelry.
Good Water and Co is a RETURNING vendor!
Good Water and Co. was born out of frustration. As a knitter frequenting public transit on trips into and out of New York City, I struggled to find a bag that would keep my yarn neat, my notions accessible, and my projects safe — while still keeping all of those other real life essentials, like my phone, wallet, and keys, close at hand.
I went through bag after bag, but nothing quite worked.
Finally, I hit my limit. I grabbed some fabric, some batting, and a pair of scissors, determined to make a bag that fit my needs.
What emerged was this: a bag made from 100% quilters grade cotton, quilted and lined with stiff interfacing for stability partnered with a removable insert featuring detachable, freestanding, yarn boxes with a grommet on top to keep things flowing smoothly. An interior pocket held my keys and wallet. Even with everything packed in, I could still find it all — and pack my project in safely.
I had a winner.
Good Water and Co. bags are designed to meet the needs of busy knitters, knitters who sneak in stitches on trains, planes, and automobiles; for knitters who like to keep things neat and tidy, who love the idea of a knitting bag, but hate the mess; for knitters who need a bag as diverse as their craft.