Vendor Hall hours:
Open to the public: $5 per day,
The Vendor Hall will be open each day of Fiber Fest during the hours shown in the box to the right.
Entrance to the vendor hall is $5/day or $10/weekend. DFW Fiber Fest students receive a weekend pass to the vendor hall with class registration. As always, a portion of the vendor hall pass fees will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank.
The application period for the 2014 event is closed, but you are welcome to get on the list for 2015 information. To do so, please send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be placed on our mailing list.Vendors for DFW Fiber Fest 2014 are:
- Alisha Goes Around, New
Alisha Goes Around specializes in hand dyed yarn and fiber, but Alisha does indulge a divergence or two. We love beautiful natural materials, inventive combinations, and amazing color.
- Artful Bead, Carrollton, TX
Japanese seed beads, books, kumihimo supplies, and other specialized supplies and tools for knitters.
- Bijou Basin Ranch, Elbert, CO
Affordable luxury Yak yarns and fibers, patterns. See all the new colors and yarn blends!
- Brooks Farms Yarn, Lancaster, TX
We carry a wide variety of unique yarns of our own design that are all hand dyed by Brooks Farm and are accompanied by a selection of custom designer patterns.
- The Buffalo Wool Company,
All bison products: yarns, roving, jerky, soap, lotions, ready to wear hats, gloves, socks, insoles, fly fishing fibers and leather.
- Butterfly Girl Designs,
Butterfly Girl Designs sells stone, resin and glass drop spindles as well as handspun yarn, sparkly batts, hand painted locks and other fibers.
- Creative Touch, Arlington, TX
Chair Massage available here. Come relax during your shopping or on a break from classes. Two massage therapists available.
- Dawning Dreams, Ada, OK
Boasting a variety of treasures from handmade drop spindles, hand-carded batts, and handspun yarns, Dawning Dreams eclectic style will enhance your experience by inspiring you to put your own imagination to work. Be sure to pick up some little treats like handspun yarn tags, gift tags, and charms for your handmade items.
- Erin.Lane Bags, Murfreesboro, TN
Erin.Lane's mission is to provide quality handmade products to the fiber crafting community, to make organizing the hobby easy and fashionable while continuing to meet the needs of knitters in the real world.
- Fancy Fibers, Farmersville, TX
Farm-raised spinning fiber and yarn; Weaving yarn; Schacht and Glimakra wheels and looms; the unique Columbine spinning wheel; the complete line of artisan crafted wooden tools from Hokett Would Work, Magdalena, NM.
- Fiber Arts Republic (by Fire Ant Ranch),
Delightful silk, wool, blends & special edition fibers and yarns all hand dyed in small batches or in glorious natural colors. Also be on the lookout for the NEW 50/50 mulberry silk & superfine merino roving. Serving the fiber arts community since 1992.
- Fiberlady.com, Lewisville, TX
Fiberlady.com offers hand painted bamboo and bamboo blended yarns and fibers. We also have a full line of needles, spinning wheels, looms and accessories.
- Gail's Fiber Delights, Durant, OK
Alpaca and alpaca blend yarn, merino-bamboo yarn, SW wool yarn, domestic worsted spun yarn, processed roving, art batts, art yarn and some knitted finished goods.
- Goodies Unlimited Soaps, Edmond, OK
Handmade Soaps and Balms - Home of Everything Balm, Etomic Balm, and Wood Beams!
- Gritty Knits, Houston, TX
We sell hand dyed yarn and spinning fiber, Ashford spinning wheels, looms & carders.
- Gynx Yarns, Dallas, TX
Gynx Yarns specializes in beautifully hand-dyed yarns in a wide range of colors and bases. Our superwash bases range from lace weight to aran weight. Gynx Yarns has something for you, whether you're looking for something semi-solid, heavily variegated, or even self-striping.
- Heaven Sent Food and Fiber, Welling, OK
Heaven Sent Food & Fiber is a sustainable family farm near Tahlequah, OK. We raise white and colored merino sheep and alpaca from which we produce raw fleece and have roving and yarns processed at The Shepherd’s Mill in KS. We blend our fibers with bamboo and silk for a wonderful feel, added luster and strength. We sell natural colored and hand-dyed products, drop spindles and other products produced from wool. Patterns designed specifically for our products are provided by Jan Garret Designs out of Bragg, OK. Products are available by the pound for weavers.
- Heavenly Fiber, Schertz, TX
Heavenly Fiber offers colorful hand dyed fibers for carding or spinning as well as the tools to begin your adventure in spinning, sparkling hand dyed yarns for that special gift for a loved one (or yourself!), and spinning and knitting accessories to give your fiber arts "wings"!
- Hill Country Weavers, Austin, TX
Hill Country Weavers brings to you a great selection of patterns from local Texas designers including all the yarns and tools you need to make them. We have specialty yarns such as Hedgehog Fibers, Sweet Georgia, Yarn Carnival, Skein and Brooklyn Tweed. We will also have kits available for our most popular patterns.
- Jacob's Reward Farm, Parker, TX
Texas' first Fiber CSA, and thriving artisan community, Jacob's Reward Farm offers locally raised alpaca and rare breed sheep fiber, pasture-raised eggs, and classes in the fiber arts and homesteading skills. Visit our booth for hand-dyed yarns, fibers, tools, wheels, and treasures available nowhere else. Visit the farm and join the family! Farm Camp in June, Fall Gift Market in October.
- JenningStreet Yarns, Ft. Worth, TX
Yarns (hand-dyes, kettle-dyes and others) bags, needles, accessories, books and models
- KCL Woods, Cortaro, AZ
Fiber tools, fancy for the artists, including spindles - top whorl, Tibetan, Russians; shuttles, yarn bowls, support bowls etc.
- Kiss Looms, Murphysboro, IL
Knit without needles on our Gauge Adjustable Looms! Our looms were designed with the Kiss principal in mind: Keep it simple! Our looms allow you to change your gauge for any project, while still using the same loom. Kiss Looms are the only true gauge adjustable loom on the market. We use a peg and pin system. Pegs are on one board and pins on another - you simply add washers between the boards to make the gauge larger. You can knit with no washers for the smallest gauge or add up to the 7 included washers to equal the KK gauge. The great thing about the pins is that they have a side effect of making nice even stitches and you can wrap the whole row before knitting off.
We offer many sizes and styles of looms for that “on the go" project you need to stick in your purse or the stay at home larger project. Knit projects from extra fine gauge up to super bulky. Hand made in the USA out of high quality materials.
- Knitting Fairy, Grand Prairie, TX
Knitting Fairy is a full service yarn shop, centrally located on Hwy 360 between 183 and I-30. (Minutes from the Irving Convention Center!) We offer fantastic supplies, great classes and a friendly atmosphere to all.
- Knitting Lagniappe, Katy, TX
Knitting Lagniappe specializes in ceramic yarn bowls, pottery for fiber lovers, beautiful shawl pins, handspun yarns, unique spinning batts, lavender stones, and lots of fun accessories.
- Knitting My Way Home, Blaine,MN
I sell handspun yarn created from a variety of fiber bases including wool, alpaca and silk. My bases are hand dyed and cover a huge range of colors. I also sell hand dyed roving.
- Knitting Notions, Nashville, TN
Knitting Notions produces our own hardwood and leather goods – tools for fiber artists. We also produce our own line of hand dyed merino wool yarns in weights from lace to DK, as well as knitting patterns and other tools.
- Knitting Rose, Keller, TX
Knitting Rose Yarns is a small company focused on hand dyed yarns. We sell a variety of yarns including superwash sock yarn, bison/superwash sock yarn and other specially selected items. What began with a buffalo blend has now expanded to lace weight, fingering weight, worsted weight and bulky weight yarns. Our vibrant colors will catch your eye and enhance your knitting experience.
- Knotwork, Georgetown, TX
Handmade tools and accessories for the fiber artist.
- Kookaburra Products, Florence, CO
Kookaburra Laundry/Fiber Concentrates, Kookaburra Wash Tea Tree & Lanolin, Kookaburra Delicate Tea Tree & Lavender, Kookaburra Scour (Wool scouring concentrate), Kookaburra Power All purpose cleaning concentrate Tea Tree & Orange Oil
- Leilani Arts, New York, NY
Donegal Irish tweed, 100% merino wool, Mulberry silk yarn, Silk sari yarn and ribbon
- Little Monkey's Stitch & Spin, Webster, TX
Little Monkey's Stitch & Spin offers hand dyed and handspun yarns, including gradient dyed, semi-solid, and handpainted yarns, stitchmarkers, shawl pins, and fiber batts and braids. We also have a line of reversible project bags, featuring see through windows and accessory pockets.
- Lost City Knits, Hulbert, OK
Hand-dyed fine yarns and original lace designs.
- Madtosh Crafts
Madtosh Crafts carries a wide variety of premium yarns for knitting and crochet as well as quilting, sewing, spinning, dying, and felting supplies. Give us a call 817-420-9366 or come by the store 4119 Camp Bowie #121, Ft. Worth, TX 76107 or visit on the web.
- M.A.F.I.A. (Mansfield Area Fiber Inspired Artisans), Mansfield, TX
The Droll Eclectic, Brazen Stitchery, Lazy Cat Yarns, and A Thing for String/Mickispun team up to bring you SpinOlution wheels, Zippy Pins & keychains, hand-dyed fiber & yarn, project bags, and hand-spun yarn. There is something for everyone because we are Bigger on the Inside!
- Mohair & More, New Waverly, TX
Spinning, Weaving and Knitting supplies and equipment. Spinning and weaving equipment and supplies from Schacht and Ashford, Yarn from Malabrigo, Colinette, Shilasdair, Cascade, Berroco and others.
- Newton's Yarn Country, Anaheim, CA
Stop in our booth and become inspired with our fabulous variety of yarns. You will find cottons, bamboo, silk, merino, cashmere, and rayon designer novelties - both in solid and hand-painted colors. Newton’s Yarn Country offers Kits and Patterns for Hand Knitting, Crochet, Knitter's Loom Weaving, and the LK150 Knitting Machine.
Notable Gnome offers fine handmade skincare products made with all-natural ingredients in a variety of scents, from zesty grapefruit to comforting lavender. Find moisturizing lotion bars, soothing foot rub, lip balm, cuticle care sticks, too!
- Oak Grove Studio, Pencil Bluff, AR
Kumihino (japanese Braiding) materials and supplies - all with my hand dyed mylon ribbons and silk. Also Dicrohic Lampwork beads and Crystal Clay materials.
- Purdy Thangz, Holly Springs, GA
Purdy Thangz carries a variety of beautiful shawl and scarf pins. Our drop spindles range from the basic spindle to spindles in gemstone and exotic woods. We also carry the Yarn Caddy as well as the latest Double Yarn Caddy.
- Sew-Secret, Dallas, TX
Rhinestone embellished t-shirts and project totes featuring yarn inspired sayings designed to appeal to the wicked sense of humor in all of us.
- The Shepherd's Wool and Antiques, Wichita Falls, TX
Primitive Rug Hooking supplies (wool, Rug Hooking Hooks, Patterns)
- SKASKA, Fort Collins, CO
Lace weight yarns, books, patterns, spinning supplies, shawls & scarves.
- Skeindalous Yarns, Parker, CO
Hand-dyed yarn using acid and plant dyes.
- Spinatude, Houston, TX
I offer unique handmade resin drop spindles ranging from silly to elegant, along with hand-turned orifice hooks and WPI gauges in many exotic woods. I also carry a large selection of Zippy pins and stickers – pick up a few to decorate your fiber carry devices (like your project bag and your car!)
- Spinning Straw into
Gold, Southlake, TX
Spinning Straw into Gold, LLC carries beautiful batts that combine the best in luxury and spinning, as well as soft fiber tops in wools you don't see everyday like camel, yak, cashmere, buffalo, gotland and wensleydale; opulent fiber top in Muga silk, Tussar silk, cultivated silk laps, hankies, bell caps, ecologically friendly Tencel, Nettle, and Himalayan silk; my own satin angora rabbit fibers; tahklis for support spinning.
- Texas Alpaca
Products, Lipan, TX
Texas Alpaca Products works with both local Alpaca Ranches and many Texas Artisans to create finished goods using alpaca fiber. While we strive to use Texas based fiber and artists, we also participate with the North American Alpaca Fiber Coop who collect, market and distribute fiber to various manufacturers throughout the world. Some of our products include hand spun yarn, socks, sweaters, scarves, hats, hand woven rugs and saddle blankets for horses.
- That Semifero Grrl, Allen, TX
Let my bags provide a shell for all of your WIPS! Whether you are looking for a drawstring bag, box tote, or DPNs holder to store your projects in, I've got the right one for you in the best fabrics. Come stop by and check out our booth at the DFW Fiber Festival! You won't be disappointed!
- Tracey Creations, Snow, OK Pottery: Yarn bowls, mugs, goblets, plates,& bowls (hand carved in relief designs) Wood: lucets, afghan hooks
- Trinity Ridge Alpacas, Kemp, TX
Trinity Ridge Alpacas Fiber Studio specializes in alpaca yarns, roving and fiber for your knitting, spinning, and weaving projects. We have patterns, knitting needles and accessories in addition to spinning wheels, and rigid heddle weaving looms including the "Cricket" and "Zoom Looms" from Schacht Spindle Co. and Ashford Handicrafts. Get individualized assistance from experienced fiber artists. Classes are offered in spinning, weaving, knitting, felting, and fiber processing. Call for class schedule or to arrange a visit to the Farm and Fiber Studio. The alpacas are waiting ... come see us for the full experience.
- Tumbleweed Yarn, Plano, TX
We will be selling different bases of hand dyed yarn, knitting kits, knitting patterns, and also some knitting projects accessories, eg. project bags, stitch markers.
- A Twist in Time, Lamar, MO
We are Ashford and Kromski dealers with wheels, looms and tools. Many fibers both commercial and hand processed, including alpaca, wools, silks, blends, bamboo, cotton, hemp, linen, ramie – whatever we can find that looks like fun. Yarns, both hand spun and commercial; hand dyed silk and wool. Large assortment of knitting needles, items for needle felting, ball winders, hand cards, flick cards, drum carders, swifts, drop spindles – the little things that we all like to play with! Oh yes buttons and beads!
- Two if by Hand, Dallas, TX
Two If By Hand is an independent hand-dyed yarn and fiber company dedicated to beautiful high-quality products. It's yarn and fiber that loves you back!
- WC Mercantile, Navasota, TX
Fablous spinning fibers and beautifully dyed rovings. Luscious hand-dyed and natural Texas grown alpaca yarns. Spinning wheels, looms, supplies and more!
- Weavin Place – SAORI Style, Folsom, LA
Weavin’ Place ~ SAORI Style is a free-style handweaving studio, located in Folsom, Louisiana, just north of New Orleans. We are a fully authorized retailer of many handweaving and spinning supplies, including SAORI, Schacht, Louet, Majacraft and LeClerc. Our booth contains SAORI looms, equipment, books and specialty yarn sets for purchase as well as Schacht Rigid Heddle looms and weaving equipment (shuttles, bobbins, etc) from a variety of manufacturers. We will a also have examples of handwoven cloth and clothing and a demonstration loom.
- Western Sky Knits, The Woodlands, TX
Western Sky Knits is your source for unique, hand-dyed luxury yarn and fiber.
- Wildflower Studio,McKinney, TX
Needle felting supplies and finished projects, my original Mohair Bears, and needle felting kits
- Windmill Crest Farms, Seguin, TX
Alpaca products, yarn, roving, batts, finished goods - socks, shawls, jackets, scarfs. We also have the Feltloom, participants can make their own pieces of art to take home with them.
- Woolgatherings, Bowie, TX
Amish made baskets to help organize your creative projects: including The Woolgathering Basket Workstation, Spinners Basket, Carryalls, and more. Other misc. items: clamp on Ott-Lites, Needle Punch hoops, patterns, etc.
- Yarns & Stitches, Dallas, TX
Full service North Dallas yarn shop that not only supplies your knitting needs, but also has a warm, inviting atmosphere. We sell from the basics to more specialized yarns including being the exclusive seller of WHAT Knots! Scarf in a skein yarn created by Kristie Miller.