ABOUT VENDORS​​​

Vendors at the Endless Mountains Fiber Festival offer a wide variety of raw and processed natural fibers. Some of the fibers you can expect to find include those from sheep, alpaca, llama, angora rabbits, goats and more!

Fiber-enthusiasts will be delighted with the high-quality and unique products from the local farms and artisans of Pennsylvania as well as those of surrounding regions and states. You’ll find fleece, roving, yarn, handmade and handcrafted items, finished garments, and everything you need for knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving and felting. The relaxed atmosphere of the festival allows you to chat with vendors about how their products are produced and talk to the breeders of fiber animals that are on display or for sale and learn where the fibers come from.

* Denotes New 2024 Vendor

Aboundingful Farm
We are mother and daughter, raising French & Satin Angora Rabbits, rare breed Leicester Longwool & Romeldale/CVM Sheep, colored Angora Goats & a few other non-fiber critters. We love getting people addicted to spinning by demonstrating and teaching the drop spindle to anyone interested. Ellen has been Spinning over 21 years and Karina has been spinning, mostly on the drop spindle, since she was about 5 years old. Aboundingful Farm is a PA Preferred Farm and Shave ’em to Save ’em provider of Leicester Longwool & Romeldale/CVM.

In booth demo: Drop spindling, Spinning Angora and/or Mohair

Items available for sale: French and Satin Angora rabbits. Raw fleece, washed (natural and dyed) Mohair and Leicester Longwool locks, roving, millspun, and handspun yarns from their flock. drop spindle kits, small gift items, “Knitting in Progress” pins, “Angora Bunny”pins, “Spindle” pins, needle felted ornaments, and other handmade items from the flock.

Website: aboundingfulfarm.com
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Ahh ThriftyWorks Fiber & Yarns LLC
I have knit since I was 10 years old. Crochet, quilting, pysanky eggs, I have tried it. A friend got me spinning over 9 years ago. It is a good addiction to have.

Items available for sale: Handspun yarns, knit, hats, scarves, cowls, upcycled, shawls, purses, Smittens, Pysanky Jewlery, felts, fiber, batts, roving, fleeces, hand knitting supplies

Facebook: Ahh Thriftyworks Fibers & Yarns

Alpacalachin Fashions
Alpacalachin Farms & Fashion have been raising alpacas and harvesting fleece for 20 years. We have educated ourselves to be able to make extremely soft alpaca products with the finest alpaca fiber we can produce.

Items available for sale: Roving, Yarn, Socks, Hats, Mittens & Gloves, Scarves, Shawls, Teddy Bears, all things Alpaca!

Website: alpacalachin.com

*Alpacas of York
I’ve been raising alpacas for 20 years and I’m still just as in love with them now as I was in the beginning. The alpacas created this business for me, wonderful critters that they are.

Items available for sale:

Website: alpacasofyork.com
Facebook: alpacasofyork
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Art and Function
My beading journey began with a little old book I found at home in Western Ukraine where I was born and raised, by creating a few necklaces and gerdany (traditional long beaded necklaces) I made from this book. After moving to the United States over 20 years ago, my interest in beading led me to new techniques and expanding my beadwork to making bracelets, earrings, beaded eggs, and ornaments. My interest in fiber processing such as shearing, spinning, felting, and weaving, led to a family hobby farm where we raised alpacas, Cormo and Romney sheep, Angora goats, and Angora rabbits. Being able to knit since high school and creating my own handspun yarn directly from our animals opened a whole world of other possibilities. I also make soaps loaded with natural products, . In addition, my husband & I enjoy making pottery and raising English Shepherd puppies at our home in a small historical village, Owego, NY.

Items available for sale: Traditional Ukrainian and contemporary beadwork bracelets, necklaces, earrings, eggs and ornaments. Handspun and mill spun yarns and processed fibers from our flock, dryer balls, and natural handmade soaps. Handmade pottery.

Website: http://artandfunction.us/
Etsy: IrynaArtAndFunction

*As the Raeven Flies
I grew up constantly crafting with my mom and grandmother. If it was creating something with my hands, I wanted to try it. As the Raeven Flies started with a sewing machine and a pile of wool on our dining room table. 10 yrs later, I share a small studio with Petey the angora rabbit. Every year, a new layer and new items are added to the shop as I experiment with new techniques and skills. as part-time artist and full-time teacher, I enjoy demonstrating spinning and rug hooking in my booth at shows.

Items available for sale:
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Bauer Family Farm​​
Located along the the Susquehanna River, our farm started with 2 sheep and soon added other animals such as llamas, chickens, angora rabbits and more sheep. Linda met a group of spinners at the 2004 PA Farm Show, and has been spinning ever since. She enjoys other forms of fiber art such as: dying, weaving, knitting and felting.

Her daughter is also a fiber enthusiast. When she is not testing out new patterns on her loom she can be found making yarn on her drop spindle.
In booth demo: Spinning throughout the weekend. Drop Spindle demos available on request.

Items available for sale: dyed wool and wool-blend roving, a large variety of natural roving including exotics, handspun, drop spindles, lazy kates, warping boards, blending boards stitch markers, and fiber jewelry.

Website: bauerfamilyfarm.webs.com
Facebook: Bauer Family Farm

*Belle Alto Farms and Fiber Mill
We started our fiber journey in 2021. The mill proudly serves clients all over the country. Our priority is to provide the highest quality products to our customers. With our wide variety of the blending materials we are able to custom design yarns that are unique and beautiful for each of our customers. Drop off your fiber with us at the festival for processing.

Items available for sale: Fiber Processing, Millsupn Yarn, Speciality fibers.

Website: bellealtofarms.com

Facebook: Belle Alto Farms and Fiber Mill

Bent Limb Farm LLC.

The Love of knitting led me to alpacas for their wonderful yarn. Alpacas became the gateway to chickens, goats, sheep, pigs and rabbits.

Items available for sale: Millspun and handspun yarn from the flock, finished garments and accessories, soaps, felted soaps, and more. Bent Limb Farm is s a PA Preferred Farm, & Shave ’em to Save ’em provider of Tunis.

In booth demo: rigid heddle loom, handspinning, knitting, crochet

Website: bentlimbfarm.com
Facebook:
Bent Limb Farm LLC.
Instagram:
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Borderline Livestock & Community 4-H Club

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Brown Eggs Yarn
I have been spinning for over 20 years, have a dyers garden, and fiber flock. Alpaca, Angora and wool is sourced from our flock plus that of local farms. All OOAK products are hand processed and dyed.

Items available for sale: Millspun & handspun yarns from our flock, hand-dyed yarns, designer batts, punis/roving finished garments and accessories (hats, purses, dryer balls). Spinning supplies, Fiber Tools (hand hammered orifice hooks & stitch markers)Fiber products sourced from our farm

In booth demo: Spinning, carding and using a blending board throughout the weekend.

Facebook: Brown EggsYarn
Instagram: browneggsyarn

By Your Light Designs
I live in NEPA with my husband , John and our two cats! Our two boys are grown with families of their own and we are known as Poppy and Nana now. My love of wool started in 2015 when I felt a nudging from the Lord to turn my many drawings into patterns for others to enjoy. My company, By Your Light Designs was born, using my patterns to do wool applique. I hope they bring as much joy to others as they do me.

Items available for sale: Wool applique Patterns and books. Chenille needles, wool scissors, soft fuse fusing mats. Kits that go with patterns – contains 100% felted wool.

Website: byyourlightdesigns.com
Facebook: By Your Light Designs

*Carodan Farm Wool Shop
Their hand-dyed yarns are inspired by the colors of their new home on Chincoteague Island, Virginia, which they moved to after owning a sheep farm for 35 years against the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed yarns in various fiber blends, and weights, hand knitting supplies, crochet supplies, patterns, books, felting supplies, buttons, beads, and shawl pins.

Website: carodanfarm.com
Facebook: Carodan Farm Wool Shop

*Clarion Call Fiber Arts
I am a Bronx-based Fiber Artist, who is extremely passionate about environmental conservation.
My mother started me on my fiber journey at age 7 when she
taught me to knit and crochet, and since then my desire to master as many crafts as possible has only intensified. I found my voice when I learned to spin, and I started Clarion Call Fiber Arts to combine my two passions: creating beautiful things with my hands, and giving unwanted textiles new life. In addition to spinning, I enjoy saving and processing unwanted fleeces by hand, dying my own fiber, and creating my own spinning blends with batts and rolags.
I began recycling sweaters in 2018. Besides the benefit of doing something good for the environment, these yarns are also highly durable, machine washable, and tend to be softer than brand new yarns. As part of my mission, I donate a portion of my Upcycled Yarn sales to like-minded non-profits.

Items available for sale: Upcycled yarn, handspun yarn. Batts and Rolags.

Website: clarionfiber.com
Facebook: Clarion Call Fiber Arts
Instagram:
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Claymonster Pottery

Extremely well made pottery with personality. Claymonsters are handmade lovable and functional ceramic monsters that take the form of coffee mugs, cookie jars, spoon rests, soap dishes, bowls, shot glasses, and much more. Each Claymonster is one-of-a-kind, so very limited quantities are available.

Items available for sale: Handmade Pottery

Website: claymonster.net
Facebook:
claymonsterpottery
Instagram: claymonsterpottery

*Curly Q NJ Fibers
I come from a long line of woman makers. I have knit, sewn and crocheted since I was young, and I have a degree in textile design. I have always been a do-it-yoursef person, so when I became obsessed with supported spindle spinning, I decided to start dying my own fiber. I hand paint roving and hand process raw fleece.

In booth Demo: Supported spindle spinning

Items available for sale: Hand dyed roving, supported spindles, cups for spindles, drum carders, natural had processed batts.

Instagram: curlyqnjfibers
Etsy: CurlyQNJFibers

Dachshund Daddy Knits
Dachshund Daddy Knits is a small company run out of my kitchen! We are a yarn dyeing organization started from my passion for knitting clothes for Oona my dachshund! I bought yarn in 2021 for fun to dye and knit something in my own colors for her, but in 2022 decided I enjoyed it so much I wanted to turn it into a PT job and follow my dream of being a yarn shop owner! We started our Etsy in October of 2021 and are now doing live events to meet family and friends!

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed yarn, hand-spun yarn, patterns, buttons, toy and knitting kits

Website: dachshunddaddyknits.com
Facebook: Dachsund Daddy Knits
Instagram: dachshunddaddyknits

Dan Tracy Designs LLC
Dan, a retired school teacher, learned to turn wood on his father’s lathe. He was asked to make some wooden tools for a friend’s fiber show. From there he found the process of making and using wooden tools both changeling and interesting. He makes the tools, spins raw fiber, and uses his handspun yarn to create tapestry pieces. Dan has patented his Spinners DeLite support bowl for support spinning.
In Booth Demo: Dan is always happy to give lessons on everything he sells and will be spinning at his booth throughout the show.

Items available for sale: Spinners DeLite for support spindle. Various spindles- Phang, Russian, Tibetan, Scottish Dealgan spindle, and Myan Spinner. Lucets, Nostepenne, weaving shuttles and swords, weaving combs & beaters, yarn bowls, darning tools, ring distaffs, peg looms, and sock blocks

Website: dantracydesigns.com
Facebook: Dan Tracy Designs

Debbie Russell
I have been an avid knitter and quilter for years. I joined a spinning guild, learned to spin, dye wool and make fleece into yarn. I weave on a rigid heddle and jack loom. It’s my passion to work with fiber and yarn as well as try new things.

Items available for sale: Handspun and commercial yarns, hand-dyed yarns, Finished garments, and accessories such as scarves, wool jackets, socks, and hats. Handwoven cotton hand towels, wool rugs, wool blankets, table runners, and pillows. Rope bags, fleece blankets, quilts.

Ewe-Wooly Yarn Co.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns from the flock, hand-dyed yarn, roving, wool blankets

Facebook: ewewoolyyarnco
Etsy: ewewoolyyarnco

Fat Yellow Dog Farm
I fell in love with wet felting 20 years ago, and have since added needle felting to that. My first lesson was at my local historical society with a woman raised in Finland – we made slippers and I’ve been felting ever since. I use beautiful, made out of natural animal fibers. I use the best quality sheep wool (mostly merino), combined with silk, mohair, alpaca- all hand dyed- even yarns and angelina fibers to make hats, scarves, vests and vessels. Using these materials, soapy water, and friction (rolling the wet fibers), ” felting magic” happens and a sturdy non-woven fabric is created.

Items available for sale: Finished garments and accessories. Hand-dyed wet felted hats, vessels, cat play balls. Hand-dyed silk scarves, needle-felted ornaments, Nuno scarves.

In booth demo: Spinning on a wheel

Fox Hollow Farm
Fox Hollow Farm is Located in beautiful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where they breed and raise Bluefaced Leicester sheep which in turn provide fleeces, roving and yarn from the flock. As a working artist, Nancy often turns her brush to sheep art and farm scenes. She has recently published a book, “Baaa-d Sheep Jokes; The Come-Bleat Collection”

Items available for sale: Sheep artwork. Millspun, and handspun yarns, roving, fleeces sourced from the flock. Sheepskins. Some Antique Fiber tools. Finished garments such as gloves, scarves & hats

In booth demo: Spinning throughout the weekend

Website: foxhollowsheep.com

​Frog it! Yarns
We are a husband & wife team that started a mobile yarn shop. Who wouldn’t be excited to have a whole trailer of yarn to choose from? We have recently developed our own line of hand-dyed yarn that we dye ourselves. We love being able to travel together to shows and meeting our customers in person.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, commercial yarns, patterns and books, hand knitting supplies, crochet supplies. Handwoven baskets from Africa.

Website: frogityarns.com
Facebook:
Frog It Yarns
Instagram: frogityarns

Galiana Creations LLC
Galiana Creations is a family-owned and operated business providing products to help you express your unique style.

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed mill spun yarns, millspun yarn. Finished garments and accessories. Hand-knitting and crochet supplies. Mugs, tumblers, yarn cozy, keychains, project bags, pins/buttons, earrings, coasters.

​Website: galianacreations.weebly.com
Facebook: Galiana Creations
Etsy: galianacreations
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Glenfiddich Wool
At Glenfiddich Wool in Millerton, PA we raise, wash and dye our own wool from our Border Leicester Sheep. Kathleen England is the “worker” behind the beautiful yarns, colors, and original designs of Glenfiddich Wool. The wool comes “fresh from the farm”, and we use very “Earth Friendly” techniques for our beautiful products. We love the Border Leicester Sheep for their easy disposition, wool, and mild-tasting meat. They are the perfect breed for our hill farm.

Items available for sale: Millspun, handspun and commercial yarns, roving, and fleece from our farm. Patterns and books, knitting supplies. Finished garments and accessories such as sweaters and hats.

In-booth demo: We will be knitting throughout the weekend. We are happy to help if you have questions about your projects.

Facebook: Glenfiddich Wool

*Granite Mountain Fiber Co.
GMF specializes in hand-dyed wool yarn and hand made stitch markers inspired by nature and the National park service. As an historic preservationist with the NPS for 6 years I traveled and experienced many parks and use these experiences as color inspiration.

Items available for sale: Stitch markers & hand- dyed yarn

Website: granitemountainfiberco.com
Facebook: granite mountain fiber co.
Instagram: granitemountainfiberco


Heather’s Fun Creations
My mother wet felts and I always wanted to share that experience of crafting together. I started making macrame purses and bags a few years ago and more recently have been wet felting. I enjoy doing these crafts and sharing the experience with my mom.

Items available for sale: Wet felted bags and purses, macrame purses, wall hangings.

*Herons Llyn Farm
We are a small multi-dimensional farm, focused on producing high quality hand spun yarn dyed using natural dyes while focusing on maintaining high biodiversity for native pollinators. From or dye gardens and wildflower gardens to how we manage the pastures we believe that we can sustainably raise wool while taking care of our local environment.”

In Booth Demo: Drop spindle

Items available for sale: Hand spun yarn, yarn, roving, beeswax candles, spinning supplies, felting supplies, indigo dyed market bags made from recycled coffee bean bags, embroidery kits.

Website: heronsllynfarm.com
Facebook: heronsllynfarm
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Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm
Founded in 2004 and located in Northern NJ, Hidden Pastures Luxury Fiber Farm raises Angora Rabbits, Angora Goats, American Cashmere Goats, Alpacas , Llamas, Teeswater Sheep & Tibetan Yaks. Fiber Artists Natalie Burger, Mary Cobb and Liz Jackson are the makers and fiber educators at the farm. Our products feature our own fiber and other local farm fibers.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, handspun yarns, roving. Batts, rolags, dyed locks. Fiber is sourced from our farm. Ashford dealer carrying spinning and weaving supplies, and fiber tools.

Website: hiddenpasturesluxuryfiberfarm.com
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Holly Road Fiber Farm
Established in 2006, raising registered colored angora goats, we started out with two angora does, for their fiber for our personal use. They quickly warmed up to us and the story goes from there. We now have dozens of colored angoras. Our farm is thirteen acres, located in Pennsylvania, most of which is covered by scrub brush; to a goat it couldn’t get any better. That’s a win-win for all. We are reclaiming the forest in a natural and non-invasive way and the goats are enjoying all the brush that they could possibly eat.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns and roving sourced from our flock, felting supplies, patterns and books, shawls, and tablecloths. We specialize in yarns and needles for the lace knitter but carry other knitting supplies as well.

Website: hollyrdfiber.com
Facebook: Holly Road Fiber Farm

Homespun Felts
Lisa of Homespun Felts is a self-taught fiber and polymer clay artist whose wool-felted miniature dolls and whimsical wool-felted creations have been displayed and sold at craft shows, galleries, and online stores for 17 years. I make everything by hand, working at the kitchen table around my big busy family’s schedule. Dolls and woolen creatures are completely hand sculpted and original, I never use molds or forms of any kind. I have such fun making them for your enjoyment.

Items available for sale: Homespun Felts has fun and whimsical, one-of-a-kind needle-felted wool sculptures. Needle-felted seasonal decor, custom needle-felted pet sculptures, and miniature hand-sculpted clay dolls with wool accents.

Facebook: Homespun Felts
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*Indigo Lane Jewelry
I am a jeweler who learned to knit at a co-workers knitting group. Somewhere along the way I started making knitting/fiber inspired jewelry and haven’t looked back. I’ve made really fancy jewelry for big names like Tiffany and Co and Harry Winston, but the simple and sometimes silly stuff I make is much more fun to me!

Items available for sale: Shawl pins, knitting tool accessories, necklaces, earrings, chains, charms.

Website: indigolanejewelry.com
Facebook: Indigo Lane Jewelry
Instagram: indigolanejewelry

Karen’s Kreations
I learned to knit and crochet as a teenager and have been “kreating” ever since. Spinning wool and creating my own yarn for almost 40 years. Addicting pastime!

Items available for sale: Handspun yarns, commercial yarns, roving, finished garments and/or accessories, hand knitting supplies, crochet supplies

Lazy Meadows Alpacas Fiber Mill & Shop
Lazy Meadows Alpacas & Fiber Mill is located just outside Hughesville, PA. We have raised Alpacas for almost 12 years and in 2021 we celebrated 10 years of owning our fiber mill and producing yarn for customers around the USA. It has been a wonderful journey of meeting great people, blessed with processing a variety of fibers, learning new techniques, and creating unique products that are eye-catching. The focus of our mill is to create a high-quality product from your fiber. In addition to the fiber mill, we also have our own shop on the farm.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, roving, weaving supplies, felting supplies a variety of wonderfully warm alpaca products, cozy socks, hats, scarves, gloves, ponchos, mittens, plush teddy bears and so much more made with alpaca and alpaca blends.

Website: lazymeadowsalpacas.com
Facebook: Lazy Meadows Alpacas

Lazy O’ Ranch
We are located in the mountains of central PA. We own a small herd of sheep that are like family. From our herd we have farm yarn and fiber products made.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, roving, fiber tools such as nostepinne, drop spindles, yarn bowls, shawl keys.

Website: lazyosheepranch.com
Facebook: Lazy-O-Ranch
Instagram: dawn_s_lazy_o_yarn

Little Crick Farm
Little Crick Farm is mainly an organic 100% grass fed based dairy and beef farm. However,needle-felted we also enjoy creating a variety of home decorations such as woven rag rugs and table runners, woolen needle felted objects.

Items available for sale: Finished garments or accessories, fiber products sourced from our farm. Soap made with grass fed tallow.

In Booth Demo: We will be having a free make & take wool applique candle mat. Supplies are provided and prep-work is done for you to sew it together – come join us to create something fun


Marushka Farms
Marushka Farms is home to the largest registered flock of Romeldale CVM sheep, a heritage breed on the conservation priority list of the livestock conservancy. Marie started this flock in 2008 after purchasing a farm that had been in the Emmitt family for 5 generations. The sheep have made great strides in restoring the soil after years of conventual crops. The fleeces provide a pleasant fiber experience for everyone. Marushka Farms is a Shave ’em to Save ’em provider.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarn, roving and fleeces sourced from our own farm. Fiber tools, patterns and books, finished garments and accessories, spinning/weaving supplies and felting supplies.

Website: marushkafarms.com
Facebook: Marushka Farms

MBT Fiber and Creations
We are a group of five fiber artists who met at our local guild. We became friends when we landed on the same sheep to shawl team. MBT stands for “Mutton But Trouble” which is our team name. Three of us are fiber farmers, with sheep, rabbits & alpacas and one is a retired Leicester Longwool sheep breeder. All of us spin, two of us weave, two of us felt, all of us knit &/or crochet, and one is a dyer. One of us had a fiber business up until the pandemic shut down, and the other four are eager to start a fiber business and so we joined forces for our debut show at Endless Mountains Fiber Festival. We are eager to share our products with you. Just like sheep-to-shawl with events, our booth will be filled with everything from raw fleece to finished products.

Items available for sale: Mill-spun yarn, hand-spun yarn, hand-dyed yarn, roving and fleeces from the flock. Finished garments and accessories, handwoven handbags, teatowels, knit and crochet hats, mitts and more. Handmade sheep-milk soap. Needle felted items.

In Booth Demo: Alternating demonstrations, including spindle spinning, small loom weaving, wheel spinning, needle felting, knitting.

Facebook: MBT-Fiber and Creations
Instagram: mbtfiberncreations

Moose Meadow Creations
Moose in the meadow’s Finnsheep produce fine soft wool. With a staple length of 3-6 inches, Finn is a joy to spin and felts beautifully. This year we are teaming up with Amy Cook at Sweetland Hill Finnsheep to bring you a wide range of natural and hand-dyed roving as well as mill-spun yarn. Like you, we love to knit, weave, felt, spin and sew.

Items available for sale: Millspun Yarns, roving, fleeces, fiber products sourced from our farm, felting supplies, handmade purses, scarves, mittens, and home decor items.

Facebook: mooseinthemeadow
Etsy: MooseMeadowCreations

New Era Cabin Creations
I love all things fiber and take pleasure in sharing them. From raw fleece to finished products I find each process enjoyable. While I have no animals of my own (except chickens and dogs and they don’t count here) I have many friends with sheep and alpacas. From them, I get most of my fleece as well as promoteing the Livestock Conservancy’s SE2SE initiative by purchasing fleece or roving from their providers. I have been spinning, dyeing, knitting, felting, and weaving for over 15 years. I enjoy working on all my crafts in my New Era, PA cabin.

Items available for sale: Roving, handspun yarn, fiber tools, knit items such as hats, scarves, shawls or mitts, felted dryer balls, woven items such as shawls, scarves, placemats, and tea towels. ​Buttons, beads, and ,shawl pins. Spinning/weaving supplies, patterns and books.

In Booth Demo: Spinning

Facebook: New Era Cabin Creations
Etsy: NewEraCabinCreations

Nistock Farms
Farming is our way of life – in a few years we’ll be a century farm! I brought sheep when we married in 1990. We transitioned from dairy to full-time sheep and fiber in 2000. Our flock currently numbers about 100 and provides us with lots of material to work with. Our products keep expanding as we keep getting ideas and filling needs.

Items available for sale: Mill-spun and hand-dyed yarns from our flock. Roving and fleeces from our flock. Woven blankets from our Cotswold sheep. Dyed and natural Cotswold locks. Oxford and Ultra punch needles, foundation cloth for punching/hooking. Unicorn products (Power scour, etc.). Silk in many forms, angelina, moth repellent essential oils. Fiber equipment – our own brand of blending boards, quad lazy kate, and frames for rug hooking and punching. Nistock Farms is a Shave ’em to Save ’em Provider of Cotswold.

Website: nistockfarms.com
Facebook: Nistock Farms
Instagram: nistock_farms

Northwood Homestead
Northwood Homestead is a small first-generation family farm located just outside of Mansfield PA. Our farm began out of a passion for self-sustainibility through raising our own food Pine Run TunisFarm is a small family farm started out of love for the Tunis breed, we try to strive to highlight this truly amazing multi-purpose breed.
Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, Handspun yarns, & roving from our flock. Lamb meat, sheep milk soap, tallow balm, dahlia bouquets. Sheep T-shirts, beeswax candles. (booth located in breed display).

Website: northwoodhomestead.com
Facebook: Northwood Homestead

*Original Revolutions

I have dabbled in wood working for many years, even though I was a tool and die maker by trade. My dad’s old wood lathe sat in the corner of my shop and collected dust. I always thought all that could be done on a wood lathe was chair legs and stair spindles. Then I saw a video of someone making a bowl on a wood lathe. I have been hooked ever since. I have been turning just about everything I can get my hands on.

Items available for sale: Wood turned items including bowls, platters, pendants, salt shakers, crochet hook sets, DIZ 3 and 4 hole, niddy noddies, knitting nancies, twig pots, coffee scoops, cutting boards and more.

Website: originalrevolutions.com
Facebook: Original Revolutions

Otter Lake Farm & Fiber
I learned how to knit in 2006. Several months later I attended my first fiber festival and came home with a spinning wheel. Down that slippery slope, I fell and I’m now shepherdess to 30+sheep, including Gotland, Romeldale/CVM, and Corridale.

Items available for sale: Mill-spun yarn and roving from our Flock. Hand dyed yarn. Pelts. Fiber tools: Skacel knitting needleHand-dyeds, Unicorn Products, Wigham wool works mini combs, ceramic dizzes, and shawl pins. Sheep covers/coats sewn by Kate. Handcrafted by Kate cold process soap, lotion, lotion bars, shampoo bars, lip balm, hair oil, and shave soap. Schacht Dealer.

In booth demo: Hand combing fiber, making “nests” and spinning from same.

Website: otterlakefarm.net
Facebook: Otter Lake Farm & Fiber
Instagram: otter_lake_farm

Peachy Feet by Roz
Items available for sale: Hand-cranked socks made on a 1924 antique knitting machine, hand-knitted and crocheted hats, and scarves.

Facebook: Peachy Feet by Roz

Provenance Fiber & Mercantile 22
Two businesses owned by fiber-obsessed women! We have been passionate about fiber for 50 years and love inspiring others. We spin, weave, knit, crochet, and felt, our businesses are an extension of that. We are happy to talk fiber anytime and enable all.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarn, handspun yarn, commercial yarn, roving, fiber tools, finished garments and accessories, spinning/weaving supplies, felting supplies, buttons beads, and shawl pins.

In Booth Demo: Spinning and weaving demonstrations throughout the day.

Facebook: Mercantile22

Rebel Acres Farm
We started with sheep while in 4-H in MD. We brought a small flock when we moved from MD to NY. One of our ewes gave birth while my husband was still in MD, I learned to do a lot on my own during that time. We have a mixture of sheep & angora goats.

Items available for sale: Fiber products sourced from our farm, hats & socks from a woolen mill, roving, fleeces, mill spun yarn.

Rockinghorse Emporium
My Crafts support unwanted animals that show up at my farm. I also recycle items by turning them into useable products.
Items available for sale: Aprons, towels, dishcloths, clothing and gifts for animal lovers

Shadeyside Fibers LLC
We have raised Border Leicester Cross sheep for over 30 years, both white and natural colors, selling their wool as raw fleece, multi-colored dyed fibers, carded fibers and yarns. We also have fibers and yarns from around the world for handspinners, knitters, felters, weavers and all fiber artists. We specialize in small batch rainbow-dyed fibers and yarns

Items available for sale: Millspun yarn, handspun yarn, roving and fiber products sourced from our farm.

Website: shadeysidefibers.com
Facebook: Shadeyside Farm Fibers

Shepherd’s Custom Woodworking​​
For more than 10 years we have been making and selling hand-crafted fiber tools to you, our friends and valued customers. We craft heirloom quality fiber tools at an affordable price. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Ask! We do special orders!

Items available for sale: Wooden tools and accessories for yarn and fiber craft. Exotic hardwood knitting needles, crochet hooks, weaving supplies, yarn bowls and drop spindles and so much more.

Website: shepherdswoodworking.com
Facebook: Shepherd’s Woodworking
Instagram: shepherds_woodworking

Snowy Oaks Fibers and Llamas
Snowy Oaks Llams began in 2004. Our first Llamas came from Ohio State University where our daughter was attending Veterinary School. Our herd soon grew and we had as many as 18. We have sold llamas as guard and companion animals, as well as for fiber. Today we are down to eight, some part of the original herd. Weaving and felting have been my artistic focus. Sharing our llamas, and information about their origin and unique personalities with others of all ages has been most rewarding.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns and fleece from our flock. Finished garments and accessories. Weaving and felting supplies. Patterns, and books. Buttons. Artwork and Weaving

Spice O’Life Farm​
We bought a farm to raise horses, and when they aged out and my husband retired, we decided to raise sheep, Icelandics. Then I discovered Bluefaced Leicesters. We have 2 dogs to guard the sheep, chickens, ducks, and geese. I spin and knit.

Items available for sale: Handspun yarns, roving and fleeces sources from our flock. Finished items: sweaters, hats, scarves, bags.

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Spinners Hill
I have been a fiber artist and raising sheep for over 40 years. Being raised on a farm in Chenango County NY, I have been connected to nature and its beauty. This relationship with the land and animals is a key element in my life. Inspiration for color on my hand-dyed woolen fibers, felts and yarns are from the everchanging landscape and seasons.

Items available for sale: Yarns: Handspun and Millspun from my flock, commercial and hand-dyed. Roving, fleeces, dyed locks from my flock. Felted, knitted & fabric bags. Supplies for spinning, weaving, knitting, and crochet, (hooks, combs, carders), felting supplies. Buttons and shawl pins.

Website: spinnershill.com

Spinner’s Web​​
Spinner’s Web is a local spinning guild. At the festival, you find members demonstrating spinning in their booth and in the Main Arena.

Items available for sale: We will have hand-spun yarns, roving, and fiber tools as well as finished garments and accessories.

Stone Cellar Dye Works
Co-founders and collaborators of Stone Cellar Dye works, Eve and Tori are two best friends dying yarn. What a delight! Since age 5, we’ve been finishing each other’s sentences (and sandwiches) for nearly 30 years now. We’ve been interested in yarn for almost that long. Our dye lab currently occupies the rustic – yet – whimsical basement of Tori’s mid-1800s Pennsylvania farmhouse, which inspires our name. Between the two of us we knit, crochet, weave, screen print, throw pottery, make photographs, study history, garden, organize closets, and love to write elaborate bios. Eve is also passionate about Angora Rabbits, although not taken the plunge to acquire one. We hope to change that for her soon.

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed yarn, finished garments, and accessories; crochet and handwoven scarves, hats, and more.

Instagram: stonecellardyeworks

Stone Ridge Farm Alpacas

We are a small hobby alpaca farm in York PA, raising fleece to support our fiber arts interests. We love to share techniques, products, and comradery with others.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarn, handspun yarn, roving, art batts, and products sourced from the farm. Finished garments including scarves, hats, gloves, and kids clothes.

*Storms Edge Homestead

Fiber and photography, as well as my passion for nature, is where I began my business. I recreate my nature photography using hand dyed wool. Because textiles and preserving the environment are so important to me. I like to upcycle textiles and other materials to create reusaleable goods as well as art. Part of my journey has been using herbs and food to heal so I offer Elderberry Syrup, fire cider and jewelweed salve.

In Booth Demo: Needle Felting
Website: stormsendhomestead.com

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Instagram: storms.end.homestead

*Sunset Fiber Company

SFC is a one-woman hand-dyed yarn operation. I started in 2023 with the goal of creating thoughtfully curated color palettes so makers can create a closet full of timeless and beautiful garments. All yarn is dyed in my studio above my garage.

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed yarns

Website: sunsetfiberco.com
Facebook:
sunsetfiberco
Instagram: sunsetfiberco

Terry’s House of Hats
I have Finn and Texal/Finn and a Southdown sheep. I process and spin my wool by hand.

Items available for sale: Hats for everyone, shawls and scarves. Hand-spun yarn and roving.

Facebook: Terry’s House of Hats and More

The Crafty Bamster
My aunt taught me to sew and knit when I was 7 and these activities have given me a creative outlet and joy. I retired from teaching college and now need to sell the things I make as they are filling up my house.”

Items available for sale: Hats, mittens, project bags, storage bags, pouches, and purses.

The Ewe and I Farm
Ewe and I Farm started over 30 years ago. Myrtle has been raising sheep since she was 11 years old. Currently, she cares for over 50 Jacob and Montadale sheep combined. Myrtle has her own spinning wheel and she makes her own wool hats, scarves, homespun yarn, and dryer balls.

Items available for sale: Fleece, roving, yarns, pelts and finished products from our flock of Jacob and Montadale Sheep.

Facebook: Ewe and I Farm

*The Miller Girls

Items available for sale: Millspun yarn, Handspun yarn, Hand-dyed Yarn, Rare and luxury yarns and fibers, mainly silks of all kinds as well as musk ox, qiviut, yak, camel, etc. Spinning supplies, weaving supplies, knitting supplies. Buttons

Website: themillergirlsyarn.com
Facebook:
The Miller Girls
Instagram: the_miller_girls

The Sheepyshire
The Sheepyshire started in 2012 as a small operation running out of my father-in-law’s kitchen and has grown into a husband & wife business with a proper dyeing area as of February 2021. We hope to grow enough in order to open up a brick and mortar store so that we may be able to interact more directly with our customers. We both create new colorways, dye, pack, and ship our yarn from Northeast Pennsylvania. Recently I have started to work on designing knitting patterns and have introduced a 100% made in USA yarn (Upstate DK).

Items available for sale: Hand dyed yarns in various weights and fibers, kits.

Website: thesheepyshire.com
Facebook: The Sheepyshire
Instagram: thesheepyshire

The Yarn Smith
We are a husband and wife veteran-owned dye team. We get their inspiration from their family and life experiences. Everything from vacations to grandchildren to their youngest’s college years may become a colorway.

Items available for sale: Hand-dyed yarn. Kits for every level of knitting and crochet. Project bags.

Facebook: The Yarn Smith US

Underhill Farm
Located in Hollidaysburg PA, the farm currently raises a heritage breed of sheep, Leicester Longwools, as well as Angora goats that graze on the rolling hills of the area. Their fleeces are processed into lustrous, beautiful yarns.
Underhill Farm is a Shave ’em to Save ’em Provider.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, fleeces. Fiber products are sourced from their farm

Website: underhillfarmpa.com
Facebook: Underhill Farm PA Fibers
Instagram: underhillfarmcreations

Under the Moonlight Alpaca and Garlic Ranch
Our farm consistists of several rescue herds of alpacas
(30) plus, rescued mini donkeys, goats, and horses. We utilize the alpaca manure to grow our garlic which we sell as braids and seed garlic. We grow 6000 pieces and 6 varieties.

Items available for sale: Crochet cowgirl hats, scarves, headbands, and hand crochet rugs. Items sourced from our farm, socks, dryer balls, gloves, bootliners.

Website: underthemoonlitealpaca.com
Facebook: underthemoonlitealpaca

Whispering Willows Homestead​​​
We are a hobby farmette; raising Angora Goats for their fleece to be processed for local artists to knit, crochet, and weave. The beautiful historic stone and wood homestead has been dated back to 1741.

Items available for sale: Mohair roving and fleeces and yarn from our flock. Finished knit pullover sweaters.

Facebook: Whispering Willows Homestead

*Windsong Farm
Wensleydale sheep raised on our farm in the finger Lakes region, NY provides us with beautiful fleece for our natural color and handpainted wool products.

Items available for sale: Millspun yarns, Hand spun yarns (from the flock), Hand dyed yarn, roving, fleeces, sheepskins (from the flock), scarves, rugs, cushions

Website: www.windsongfarm.com
Facebook: Windsong Farm

Woodland Weavers and Spinners Guild
The Woodland Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild of Damascus, Pennsylvania was founded in 1976, they started meeting in their homes to exchange spinning and weaving knowledge. The purpose of the Guild is to exchange ideas and techniques and encourage others to become involved in the arts of spinning and weaving and related crafts. The members are warm and caring people who are as delighted at a new weaver’s first warp as they are by an experienced spinner’s miles of exquisitely spun yarn. All the members are eager to share their knowledge and enthusiasm.

Items available for sale: Millspun, handspun and commercial yarn, roving. Finished goods: Sweaters, socks gloves.

In booth demo: Various fiber-related skills: weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, dyeing, and fiber preparation.

Website: woodlandweaversandspinnersguildofdamascus.wordpress.com/
Facebook: Woodland Weavers and Spinners Guild Damascus

*Yarn Adventure

Yarn Adventure truck is a mobile yarn shop on wheels from Fayetteville, AR specializing in hand-dyed yarns and handcrafted notions and accessories from small batch dyers and makers across the US. We bring the local yarn shop community to you by supporting small business makers.

In Booth Demo: E-spinning on my electric eel wheel 6.0 from Dreaming Robets and making socks on my circular sock machine from Dean and Bean.

Website: yarnadventuretruck.com
Facebook: YarnAdventureTruck
Instagram: yarnadventuretruck

*Yarn Cave Dyeworks

I am a small yarn dying business. I stay home with my dogs and Holland lop bunny”

Items Available for sale: Hand-dyed yarn , finished garments and/or accessories, project bags.

Facebook: yarncavedyeworks
Etsy: YarnCaveDyeWorksUSA