For those of you who weren’t able to get to the SMFAF this past weekend here’s a list of vendors you can still shop from. Enjoy!
- TVH Member: Shereen Franklin, Shereen’s Fiber: Hand Processed fiber, handspun yarn, and crocheted and knitted garments
- TVH Member: Lynn Hash, Fiber Art Creations: Spinning and felting supplies as well as finished products
- Ruth Fuqua, Hickory Bluff Farms: Alpaca: Yarn, roving, knit, weave, felt items, socks, patterns
- David Gillespie, Smoking Flax Fiber Farm: Alpaca roving, Drop Spindle Kits and Demonstrations, Indigo Dyed Products, Spinning, Sewing Boxes
- Antje Gillingham, The Knitting Nest: Yarn, roving, needles, patterns, knitting notions, books
- Carol Larsen, River’s Edge Fiber Arts: Providing the finest of fibers, yarns and equipment
- Sandy Gray, The Yarn Haven: Hand-dyed yarns and supplies for knitting, crocheting and spinning
- Andrea “Andy” Lyle, Andy’s Treasures: Loom woven scarves, shawls, rugs, linens and more.
- Andy Ross Manko, The Ross Farm Fibers: Producing yarn, roving, batts and needle-felting supplies from our flock of eight rare and heritage breed sheep.
- Barbara Martocci, Knitwear by BVEM: Knitted and felted hats, shawls, bags and scarves
- Kathy Skinner, Twisted: Scarves and tops made from recycled T-shirts
- Natasha Laity Snyder, Unplanned Peacock Studio: Hand-dyed yarn and fiber, hand-made shawl pins and buttons
- Jerry Spears, Wool Junction: Hand-dyed and milled dyed wool fabric, original rug hooking patterns, rug hooking supplies and accessories
- Cindy Walker, Stony Hill Fiber Arts: Knitting patterns and yarn, organic cotton, yarn grown and processed in the United States
- Sherry Watkins, Frostglen Alpacas: Mostly alpaca, handspun yarn, roving – three grades, finished products made on hand triangle loom and spinning wheel