Vendors

AK Div. of Agriculture/Alaska Grown – Palmer
Janelle Curtis
Alaska Grown materials, education, and general information.

Alaska Jude’s YarnWasilla
Jude Johnson
Hand dyed yarns and hand knit items for sale in a variety of colors.

Alaska Rabbit & Cavy Breeders ClubStatewide
Misc.
ARCBC State Convention and Angora Rabbit specialty show

Born Fuzzy Boutique – Wasilla
Annette Born
Sewn goods, including drawstring and zippered bags. Sharing a booth with Dancing Skies Fiber Arts

Calypso FarmEster
Susan Wilsrud & Tom Zimmer
An educational farm located near Fairbanks, Alaska. Calypso wool products include hand-spun art yarns, knitting kits, felted scarf clasps, and unique wool bracelets.

Coyote Trail Farm & Fiber Mill – Fairbanks
Kate Wattum
Processes extremely fine fiber like qiviut (musk ox), cashmere, and bison as well as wool, alpaca, llama, angora rabbit, mohair, and pet fiber. Will show a skirting demo.

Dancing Skies Fiber Arts – Wasilla
Somer Snider
Hand dyed yarn, fiber, and knitted materials

Doxie Knits – Wasilla
Evgeniya Nemychnikova
Amazing natural wool yarn from Europa, perfect for your knitting & crocheting projects. Provides knitting lessons online.

Dream a Dream Dog FarmWillow
Susan Whiton
A wide selection of goods available such as yarn, fiber tools, spinning tools (drop spindles), ceramics, yarn bowls, raw & processed wool, and roving.

Eager Spinners – Fairbanks
Shana Eager
Small family farm that raises Tunis sheep. They will have raw wool, roving, yarn, and drop spindle kits. Shana will be demonstrating drop spinning all day, and will teach those who ask.

Earth Mama Fiber Studio – Anchorage
Darcel Daigh
Ultra-fine Merino & silk for spinning and felting, and wool batting for needle felting. Supplies available for needle felting and wet felting.

Fairy Tale Fiber ArtsWasilla
Lina Poulson
Angora rabbits for show, some of which need haircuts! Come check out how to properly care for and groom these beautiful animals. Hand dyed yarns and fiber, hand spun yarns and finished products available as well.

Fiber-N-Ice – Big Lake
Denise Morrison
Hand-dyed yarn and spinning fiber in many vibrant colors. Spinning wheels will be available to get you started on your next project.

Fly Away North – Wasilla
Cole Harmon
Qiviut fiber, roving, garments, etc. Providing demonstrations of spinning and machine knitting, and general information for all things fiber.

Frozen Tides – Palmer
Susan Mayer
Original Alaskan artwork screen-printed on hoodies, t-shirts, tank tops, childrens wear, post cards, stickers, jewelry, and greeting cards.

Grumpy Bunny (& Company) – Wasilla
Krystal Mitchell & Friends
Pop up yarn shop carrying both local and imported yarn and roving, notions and finished art and wearables! Will have Angora rabbits for education. Available to order SpinOlution wheels.

Handmade by CarolynChugiak
Carolyn Venhaus
Providing hand-dyed and hand-spun yarns, drum carded batts, and hand-sewn project bags. Demonstration of drum carding throughout the weekend.

HarmonyPalmer
Lynx Mullen
Something for every project; fiber yarn and finished products. Some fiber tools. Will be demonstrating drop spindles, as well as teaching a dye class.

Hats with Attitude – Chugiak
Judith Lindenfelser
Felted hats with character. Hand spun yarn and handmade hats available for purchase.

Julz Naturals – Wasilla
Juliet Bartolo
Supplies and information on needle felting, with a variety of needle felted products to look over. Bath & body products also available. Teaching class on wet-felting a coin purse.

Musk Ox Farm – Palmer
Dani Biersteker
Non-profit fiber producer providing education and information for the public. Come check out the gently hand-combed qiviut and other musk ox related items for sale.

Northern Lights Valley Knitters – Wasilla
Rebecca Marhenke
Knitting 911 – speak with master knitters to lean a new stitch, fix a trouble spot in a current project, or sit, knit, and relax. There will be books, instruction for beginners, and a Knitting Starter Bag to be given away.

Qiveut Designs – Palmer
Margaret Rye
Garments, sculptures, jewelry, and accessories. Everything shown is knitted, dyed, woven, and sewn from the wool of the Musk Ox.

 Rock Pile Designs – Anchorage
Farrah Weinert
Handmade accessory items. Crocheted, knit, and woven. Featuring hand-spun fibers & saori weaving techniques. Wheel and spindle spinning, as well as Saori weaving demonstrations throughout the day. A community loom will be provided for people to try.

Rocking Ewe Farm – Wasilla
Emily Gelino-Bequette
Local farm producing Suffolk and crossbred fleeces, mostly raw fiber, and live animals. Will have animals to show. Sharing space with Guilded Dragonfly Studio, a collection of jewelry and art created by Emily.

Room with Shrooms – Anchorage
Kayo Bogdan
Nature themed crocheted figurines for home décor, or gifts.

Sundew Acres – Wasilla
Marilynn Methven
Painting with fiber, felted dryer balls, felted hats, and aprons. Demos will be available for the fiber painting, as well as a class where you can learn yourself.

Sunny Hill Ranch – Willow
Steve & Anita Hill
A 320 acre farm in Willow providing local, grass-fed yak for both meat and fiber! They will have 2 full grown yak with them, as well as finished fiber articles.

Tower Ranch Alaska – Palmer
Michelle & Tom Olsen
Local farm providing sheep bred for their beautiful fiber. Sheep available for meat or breeding, and a range of fleeces to share. Will have lambs and sheep to show.

Tundra Toes – Anchorage
Adriane Weatherby
Circular knitting machine to make socks and other garments. Ongoing demonstrations, as well as an assortment of sizes completed for sale. Talk to her about custom orders!

Two Friends Quilting – Wasilla
Vicki L Keller & Bev Thomson
Fabric quilting, and longarm services. Demonstration on how to sew, press, and create a small table topper.

Valley Fiber Arts Guild – Mat-Su Valley
Fiber fanatics working as the local resource, sharing their knowledge and information for all things fiber.

White Fireweed  Farm – Fairbanks
Becky Hammond
Hand-spun yarns and hand-made wares from their own animals. Showing Angora goats.

Working Wood Productions – Anchorage
John Ziv
Handcrafted tools and accents for the fiber arts. Everything you need to get started in your fiber adventure.

Yule Farm – Palmer
Karen Gardner
Alaskan Grown 100% merino wool balled in skeins for dyeing. Glimakra/Schact dealer. Their business provides classes for weaving and spinning, as well as workshops on basketry, tapestries, leatherwork, photography, and more!

Advertisements