Vendors at a Glance


Here vendors are listed by name, products and contact information.

Click on the vendor’s name for more details.


Allen B. Carr
Palm Harbor, Florida

Wood-turned and crafted items for spinners, weavers and other fiber artists: niddy-noddys, yarn bowls, spinning yarn caddies for skeins and cones, reed racks, raddles, nostepinnes, lap bowls, and more.
Artisanal Yarn
Robert Scheiber
Williamstown, Pennsylvania
One-of-a-kind yarns created on our Custom Yarn Creator in a unique process that wraps parallel strands of yarn with silk art yarns. In addition, we offer hand-beaded yarns.
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Linda Bauer
Dauphin, Pennsylvania
Natural rovings in various wool and silk blends; Hand-dyed faux angora roving and yarns; Handspun skeins in wool, alpaca, angora and exotic blends; Drop spindles, stitch markers and fiber-related jewelry; Handmade hardwood lazy kates and warping boards; Blending boards and fibers

Bobbin Boy 

Alan and Milissa Dewey
The husband and wife team serves an international fiberarts community, providing demonstrations and mini-seminars and a full complement of antique fiberarts equipment for demonstrations. Bobbin Boy encourages fiber artists to bring their antique, vintage, and modern fiber equipment for assessment and/or repair.

Crabapple Yarns

Amanda Byrd
East Earl, Pennsylvania
Brilliant hand dyed colors on unique fiber blends. Dyed in small batches in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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Stella Papadakis
Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
Wide variety of antique and vintage buttons, buckles, clasps, trims, ribbons and laces that can be incorporated into woven/knitted items or used as accessories.
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Katrina Updike
Dover, Pennsylvania
Hand-dyed yarn and roving from our heritage breed sheep; knitting and spinning notions including shawl pins; buttons; circular needles, crochet hooks; stitch markers; sheep tape measurers; beginning knitting and spinning books, patterns/kits for our shawls and cowl; Schacht spinning wheels; and Cricket looms.
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Gaby and Greg Weinfurter
Dallastown, Pennsylvania
Hand-dyed yarn and fiber blends containing Superwash Merino, Bluefaced Leicester, bamboo, cashmere, silk, nylon for strength and Stellina in both silver and gold; skeined yarn up to 822 yards; drawstring project bags in a variety of sizes and colors; handmade stitch markers, row counters and fiber-themed earrings as well as other gifts.
Giovanna Designs Fringe Bracelet
Giovanna Imperia
Houston, Texas
Specializing in innovative and unusual yarns from Italy ranging from polyurethane coated yarns to thermoplastic, metal yarns, and one of the widest range of elastic and crepe yarns.
golden age alpacas
Pamela Potts
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania
Alpaca fleece and pelts from the farm’s herd, hand-crafted alpaca items, natural soaps.
Cathie Chung and Diane Smith
Falls Church, Virginia
Hand-painted weaving yarns in Tencel, cashmere, silk, and books and kits for fiber arts.
Shawl on Lunadette Green
Michelle Belson and Katzy Luhring
Fruitland, Idaho
Fabulous weaving yarns available individually and in kits. Vividly colored cotton yarns; soft, sustainable, American Maid naturally colored yarns; and wonderful hemp yarns and other yarns to dye for!
Mill-at-RosehavenMichelle Armour
Tappan, NY.
Beautiful hand dyed alpaca roving, batts, and hand spun yarn; Natural and hand dyed yarns; Handmade products from local artisans.
Coverlet Museum
Melinda Zongor
Bedford, Pennsylvania
Reference materials including books, exhibition catalogs, etc.; woven household textiles; original cross-stitch patterns based on coverlet motifs; note cards picturing coverlets from the museum’s collection; tape looms and small textile equipment; museum logo mugs; and socks depicting textile themes including sheep, spinning wheels, etc.
Brenda Rajkovich
Baltimore, Maryland
Handcrafted shawl pins, stitch markers and Portuguese knitting jewelry along with other fun knitting accessories.
Red Stone Glen
Sara Knisely Bixler
York Haven, Pennsylvania
Supplier of fiber arts equipment, tools and supplies, including yarns, dyes and fiber for spinning; books and digital video support products.
River's Edge
Carol Larsen
Grand Ledge, Michigan
Fibers, yarns, spinning equipment; hand-dyed fibers and yarns, including hand-dyed warps and 100% U.S.-made upcycled yarns; handwoven and knitted accessories including scarves, hats, shawls and bags.
Rusty Rocks Alpacas
Holly Stephens
Dover, Pennsylvania
Small Dover, Pennsylvania farm offering homegrown alpaca yarn and roving, knitting baskets, stitch markers and more!
Jamie Elfrank
Atglen, Pennsylvania
Fine craft, weaving, textile art, and fiber books.
Denis Seguin
St-Jerome, QC, Canada
Motorized and computer-assisted weaving looms and wheels
Mary and Gary Scott
Leesburg, Florida
Spinning and weaving equipment, reeds, heddles–including Structo Loom stainless steel reeds and heddles–roving, yarns, books, DVD’s, etc.
Gretchen Frederick
Round Hill, Virginia
Small batch, breed-specific wool yarns and roving sourced exclusively from small farms in the mid-Atlantic region. Hand-painted warps, yarn on cones designed for weaving, lace- to aran- weight yarns for knitting all in natural sheep shades and a wide range of hand-dyed colors.
Stramba Farm & Fiber Mill
Terri and Roger Stramba
Wampum, Pennsylvania
A small-batch custom fiber mill, offering our own yarn, rovings, batts, pre-felts and felt, and a distributor for FeltLOOM needle felting equipment. Stop by for a hands-on interactive demo on FlexLOOM’s 36 inch Lexi tabletop needle felting machine.
Thunder River Alpaca
Rose Watts
Dillsburg, Pennsylvania
A large selection of alpaca and yak yarns and roving.
Staci Shuck
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Wool yardage, supplies, kits & tools for rug hooking, rug punch, wool applique and standing and prodded wool; 100% wool fiber and yarns; vintage and antique fiber tools, equipment, rugs, linens, quilts and coverlets.
Vulcans Rest
Margaret Trussell
Chesapeake City, Maryland
Yarns and fibers; spinning, weaving and knitting supplies; basketry materials; and handcrafted finished products.
SAORI weaving
Cheryl Dunworth
Folsom, Louisiana
Specializing in SAORI, Free Style weaving, looms, books and accessories, including pre wound warps. Also offering Bluster Bay shuttles and weaving equipment and accessories from a wide range of makers and suppliers.
Wild Hare Yarns
Melissa Yoder Ricks
Front Royal, Virginia
Featuring hand-dyed yarns and fibers both mild and wild. Known for black light reactive yarns, gradient-dyed yarns and fibers, and unique fiber blends and textured handspun yarns. The originator of the ‘Weave-a-Round’ circle loom..
Kathy Withers
Woodbine, Maryland
Handspun traditional and art yarns from fleeces, roving, batts, locks and original patterns.
Wolle Yarn
Elisabeth Drumm
Gordonsville, Virginia
Color changing yarns – the original gradients in cotton and cotton/silk.

Todd and Keri Fosbrink
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Youghiogheny Yarns is committed to creating beautiful hand-dyed and hand-painted yarns on a variety of bases ranging from lace through bulky weight yarns that are crafted in small batches for all your knitting and crocheting needs. Our colors are vibrant, bright and sometimes unusual. Let us help you color your world!