Join Us for Family Fun at Fiber Expo Spring and Fall!

  Fiber Expo Spring 2019 Vendor List  

 

Back To Back Fiber, Linda Lundstrom, Milford, MI & AJ Alpaca, Annette Taylor, Holly, MI

Needle felted wool sculptures, Needle felting kits, alpaca roving, raw alpaca fiber, quilt batting.   linda@backtobackalpaca.com

Hand woven & knitted articles of clothing, roving, yarn.  One satin angora rabbit, blue chin buck - non-breeder for sale.   ajalpaca@yahoo.com  

 

Fiber Ridge Studio, Connie Hydel, Highland, MI 

Luxury roving, knitted items, hand -spun yarns, hand dyed scarves of unusual pattern and whatever my whimsical mind can come up with.  chydel@yahoo.com

 

Wooly Women of Mid-Michigan - Sheila Miller, Potterville, MI

Rovings, yarn (hand spun and custom) needle felted novelties, knitted and crochetted wearables.   millerlama@aol.com

 

Knitting On The Fringe, Kelly Machado, Commerce, MI

Yarn, Roving, Ready made wearables- knit mittens, headbands, handwarmers, sweaters, nuno felting kits and finished scarves. We also sell knitting bags, yarn bowls and yarn spindles.   knittingonthefringe@gmail.com  

 

Why Knot Fibers, Kat Eldred & Claire Cabrera, Traverse City, MI

Hand-dyed yarn Hand-spun/dyed yarn Hand-painted roving/combed top Drop spindles limited felted items limited knit items.   

kat@whyknotfibers.com

 

Liedel Fiber Art, Eugene Liedel, Ann Arbor, MI

Hand dyed yarn.  gene@liedel.org      

 

River's Edge Fiber Arts - Carol Larsen, Grand Ledge, MI

Providing the finest of yarn, fiber and related goods including Solmate Socks and Jal Designs.  Free patterns always available.  Premium hand-dyed fibers, yarns, including brand new warps & wefts and continuous gradients; and responsible products made in the USA - , hand-made upcycled scarves, socks, spiral eye needles (never have to thread a needle again!) and more.  http://www.riversedgefiberarts.com/

 

Twisted Stitches, Maureen Kneisel, BloomfieldHills, MI

Hand dyed, hand spun yarns, buttons, ribbons, dyes, other felting supplies and other fibers for dyeing.   twistedstitches.mi@gmail.com  

 

Two Branch Ranch, Sue Schalk, Saline, MI

Raw Alpaca fiber and rovings. Hand painted and dyed yarns. Alpaca socks and sock yarn. Hand woven alpaca blend blankets and rugs.   sueschalk@gmail.com  

 

Recycled Yarn Co., Simona Marian-Maloney, Carrolton, OH

Natural dyed and acid dyed yarn, recycled yarn, colored and natural roving, hand knitted items,  spindles and fur pom poms.     simonamaloney@yahoo.com

 

Hummingbird Fibers, Tammy Richards, Alliance, OH

Wool roving - top - hand dyed yarn.  u2mamma@aol.com

 

3L&S Farm - Penny Swearingen, Jonesville, MI 

Romney Sheep fleeces - farm raised raw and washed fleeces, dyed locks/rovings - 100% Romney and Romney blends.  Handspun yarn - 100% Romney and Romney blends.  Custom machine spun yarn blends.  Sheepskins and hand made items.   spinmaster_3ls@yahoo.com  

Looking Glass Sheep & Wool - Christee McNeil, Lansing, MI

Teeswater, Gotland & Coopworth raw fleece, roving and locks.  Pelts and essential oil moth repellent.  mcneilchristee@gmail.com  

 

Moskal Farms - Kathy & Leslie Moskal, Chelsea, MI

Roving, yarn, rugs, dyes, spinning equipment and supplies, used/restored weaving equipment..  k.moskal@hotmail.com

 

MayBea Crafted, Tanya Thomann, Berkley, MI

Hand sewn knitting bags and accessories for knitters.  Tanya@maybecrafted.com 

 

Maple Row Stock and Wool, Deb Cline, Sherwood, MI

Roving and handspun from our sheep.  Spinning and knitting equipment and supplies.   Sheepskins, buttons and jewelry, pack baskets, dyes.       dbcline2@gmail.com

 

Joanna's Boutique, Joanna Romaniuk, Cleveland, OH

Dyed roving, locks, sari silk, hand spun yarns, patterns.    j_romaniuk@yahoo.com

 

Sheepish Creations, Pam Bates, Huntersville, NC

Custom knitting kits, fair trade silk, sock yarns, hand dyed yarns and fibers, natural yarns, buttons, shawl pins, drop spindles and dyes.  sheepishcreations@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Spring Vendors below:

Wooly Women of Mid-Michigan - Sheila Miller, Potterville, MI

Rovings, yarn (hand spun and custom) needle felted novelties, knitted and crochetted wearables.   millerlama@aol.com

cjkoho Designs, Carla Kohoyda-Inglis, Grass Lake, MI 

Hand-dyed top/roving; hand-dyed yarn; hand-spun yarn for the discriminating fiber artist. .  cjkoho@gmail.com

Spectral Glass & Artworx, Jone Rakoski, Battle Creek, MI

Felted hats, scarves, clothes, accdessories, sheep/wool/yarn, hand dyed marino prefelt and stained glass, soap.  Fused glass buttons.  goddessofglass@hotmail.com 

Beyond The Fleece, Jill Blain, Williamston, MI

One of a kind handspun yarn, art batts and hand dyed fiber.   beyondthefleece@yahoo.com  

The Broken Spinning Wheel, Cherreen Thompson, Swanton, OH

Llama/Alpaca Apparel:  socks, yarn, scarves, gloves, jackets, hats/headbands, earmuffs, purses, shawls, sweaters, bears, bracelets, cat toys, dryer balls and novelties all made from llama/alpaca yarn.    Honnaleellamas@hotmail.com

Loonworks, LLC., Naomi Ogden, Bellevue, MI
Exotic wood weaving shuttles, woven dish towels, placemats and rugs.  ogdenbj@sbcglobal.net
 
Twisted Fiber Art, Beth Gorishek, Mason, MI

Graduated color. Luxury yarns & patterns.  Knitting novelities; mugs, hangers, pins.   goods@twistedfiberart.com

V Yarn & Chasing Acorns, Vanessa Clinton, Brighton, MI

Fiber-friendly products: hand-dyed and hand-spun yarn; amazing knitting bags and other fabulous fiber-related goodies. vclinton@gmail.com   

Icemelon's Stash, Danna Brunger, Lansing, MI

Hand dyed  yarn, hand dyed and natural  rovings, hand spun yarn, stitch markers and other knitting accessories, art created from handspun.  yarn, and hand crochet accessories from handspun yarn such as hats, and cowls.  dannabru@gmail.com

Splash of Color Yarns, Lisa Adcock, Westland, MI

Hand dyed yarns with unique and bold colors.     www.etsy.com/shop/splashofcoloryarnsus

Kinderhaven Farm, Joy Castonguay, Freeport, MI

Goat milk soap, hand-made bath/body products; soy candles.  Children's coat/hat sets from recycled wool; adult hats from recycled wool & leather coats.  joy@kinderhavenfarm.com   

Knitterly Things, Julia Vesper, Clinton Twp, MI

Self striping, hand-dyed sock yarn along with a variety of hand-dyed yarns, hand dyed yarn kits for mittens & shawls.  Also some rovings and patterns.    www.knitterlythings.com

Jehovah Jireh Woolmill, Greg & Amy Francisco, Paw Paw, MI

Our own alpaca & wool blend rovings, hand-dyed and hand-spun yarn, artisan felts, felting supplies and kits, fair-trade African baskets, fair-trade jewelry, buttons and gifts from Ecuador.      Www.woolmill.com    

Iron Wheel Farms, Danielle Wentz, Beaverton, MI 

Finnsheep - wool, roving, combed top, fleeces, sheepskins, arn, handspun yarn, washed locks, dyed roving.   danielledwentz@gmail.com

Mint Rain Hand Dyed Yarns, Kaitlin Mayday, Midland, MI

Hand Dyed Self-Striping, Variegated and Semi-Solid Yarns. Hand sewn project bags and wood burned stitch markers.   mintrain handdyedyarns@gmail.com

Gwen Erin Natural Fibers - Gwen Brown, Hubbard, OH

Handspun yarn. Handdyed combed top, wool locks, carded roving, batts. Handdyed silk scarves. Knitting and spinning tools. Greener Shades dyes. Eucalan products. Nancy KnitKnacks.   getwool@gwenerin.com

Lama Luna Felix Ruiz & Mary Mazei, Kalamazoo, MI

Handmade wool and alpaca textiles:  jackets, hats, scarves, gloves, bags and wall-hangings .   posteruiz@yahoo.com

Master KornerBrenda Kraska, Linwood, M

Rabbit cages and equipment.  Knitted items.  Homemade Jellies and Jams.   northwitchcatt.net 

Northern Bee Studio, Melissa Highfill, Juneau, AK

Hand dyed yarn and fiber. www.northernbeestudio.com

YarnRainbows, Saule Majewski, Island Lake, IL

Linen, cotton and wool made in Lithuania by Midara company.    info@yarnrainbows.com   

Gate House Fiber Arts, Betty Forsyth, Howell, MI

Spinning wheels, looms, pin looms, drop spindles, tapestry looms and accessories.  Equipment represented: Kromski, Louet, Schacht, Ashford, Harrisville, and Glimakra.    Fiber:  merino/silk, merino, northern lights color fusion.  Yarns for weaving and fiber spinning.  gatehousefiberarts.com   

Good For Ewe Yarn, Paige Shipley, Indianapolis, IN
Merino wool and llama blend yarns, patterns.   paige@goodforeweyarn.com
 
The Basket Sampler, Kathy McMinn, Highland, MI

Beautiful hand woven baskets and gourds.  Exquisite examples of Nantucket and art woven baskets. Www.thebasketsampler.com

Fiskur Leather - Joe Manthei, Mora, MN

Plotulopi yarn - imported from Iceland: 6 natural colors - one of the best yarns for felting; Fish leather pelts from salmon, cod, perch & woflfish: vibrant colors and textures which can be added to any finished knitting project; buttons (salmon covered); decorative flowers from fish leather which can enhance any project; scarves (hand-knit) with fish leather embellishments; notion bags for knitting gadgets, scrap bags with small pieces of fish leather. Fish leather wallets, coin purses, bags, card holders are also available.   joe@fiskurleather.com

Artfully Wrapped, Kristine Edwards, Waterford, MI

Hand knitted/crocheted scarves and shawls, hand-dyed gradient yarn, wire wrapped shawl pins, and stitch markers.    gulickkristine@yahoo.com 

Felted Sky Studio, Elizabeth Whitton, Ann Arbor, MI

Needle Felting Kits felting wool in many colors (some roving, some batts) felting mats and needles core wool batting finished felted artwork.  feltedsky@gmail.com

Cat Sock Fibers LLC, Taylor Mata, Flint, MI

Hand-dyed yarns, with a side of needle cozies and notions pouches. At shows, I offer a skein-winding service.        catsockfibersllc@gmail.com

Burlap and Black, Christy Roosien, Grand Rapids, MI

Fiber design for home and life. We offer hand hooked rug hookings, finished knitted and woven items, and other unique gifts. The majority of the items will be hand hooked rug hookings. They are made from hand dyed wool and/or hand dyed yarn. Designs are original and range from seasonal to year round motifs. Rug hookings are sold finished with a frame. (Most frames are handmade.)      info@burlapandblack.com

Astakson Pottery LLC,, Autumn Aslakson, Northville, MI
Handmade pottery relevant to fiber-crafts. Yarn bowls, needle holders, buttons, spindle bowls and more.  autumnaslakson@gmail.com
 
TealWater Ranch, Cora Foley, Vermontville, MI 

Pure alpaca yarn, roving, felt, raw fleece and finished alpaca products from champion producing alpaca breeder and fiber artist, Cora Foley.  www.TealwaterRanch.com

Marguerite, Delia Venema, Grand Rapids, MI
 
Hand painted silk scarves.    deliavenema@gmail.com
Dances With Wool, Sheila Henry, Reed City, MI

Fleece: sheep, alpaca, Llama, mohair, angora. Roving: sheep, aplaca, mohair angora.  Blends in fleeces and roving.  Hand spun yarn, finished products:  shawls, hats, socks, mittens, felted knitted, woven crochetted.    chickasawfarm@core.com 

Fiberstory, Sarah Freitas, Berkley, MI

Hand dyed yarn, fibers and carded batts for spinning and felting - dyed in small batches in thoughtful multicolored and semi-solid colorways.   www. Fiberstory.etsy.com

The Miller Girls, Kelly Miller, Branch, MI

Rare and Unusual luxury fibers and yarns to spin and knit. A wide range of fibers from Alpaca, Angora, Silks such as Eri & Muga peace silks, Musk Ox Qiviut, Mohair, Possum, Camel, Merino, Superwash and Cashmere. Beautiful handspun and kettle dyed yarns and luxury fashion accessories.    themillergirls82@yahoo.com  

Blendall Legacy Farm, Beth Sawdon, Riley, MI

Angora and wool rovings, dyed yarns, spinner's tools, knitting "tool" stitch markers, english combs, ditzes, goat milk soap, bath bombs, body butters, bath teas etc.      spinsandknits@gmail.com

Yarnbyrds (a yarn truck), Robin Richey, Gahanna, OH   
Yarn, needles, patterns, bags, jewelry and other wonderful knitcellaneous.     yarnbyrds@outlook.com   
AJHC Wools, Ariel Bishop, Eaton Rapids, MI
Hand dyed yarns and fiber for the aspiring yarn addict.     ajhcwools@gmail.com
 
Fiber Dyet, Linda Parkhurst, Manitou Beach, MI

Professionally hand dyed/painted (some hand dyed) commercial yarns including fine wools, yak blends, silk blends, silks, rayons, bamboos, linens, cottons.   Hand dyed, hand carded batts including art and smooth batts. Hand dyed locks and long locks. Muga & Eri silk slivers. Hand crafted liquid castile soap for wet felting. Hand crafted herbal balms. All natural luxury soaps made with sheeps milk. Yarns may be viewed at our website:     https://www.etsy.com/shop/FiberDyet 

East of Edon LLC, Katja Szarafinski, Allen, MI 
Hand spun and hand dyed yarn, much of it with plant dyes; knitted and felted garments and blankets, dryer balls and felted bags.     katja@allendayspa.com  
Sawyer Bee, Michael Bray, Ypsilanti, MI 
Manufacturer of the Warping Square for warping sectional looms and Tug, the electric ball winder.   mitch@sawyerbee.com 
Yarn Hoppers, Christal Giznsky, Adrian, MI
SpinOlution Wheels, Malabrigo, Berroco, Universal, Sidar, Knit One Crochet Two, Olive & Two Ewes, The Alpaca Yarn Company Blue Sky Fibers.  yarnhoppersllc@gmail.com
Cuddlejumpers, Jennifer White, Redford, MI
Handmade amigurumi (crocheted in the round) animals available in many different fibers, sizes and species.     Politicalblazer@gmail.com
Click-It Hot Packs, Karen Reed, Dearborn Heights, MI
The hot packs are a reusable and portable instant hot/cold pack. They are filled with a non toxic solution, (baking soda vinegar and water) that heats up instantly without electricity or a microwave or can be refridgerated for a cold pack. They come in 4 different sizes for all different areas of the body. They would take the place of a conventional electric heating pad and can be reused over and over again.  Just the thing for relaxing those tight muscles from bending over a project, knitting for a long time, even sitting at your computer too long.  clickithotpacks@gmail.com
Chickapea Farms, Laura & Troy Walsh, South Lyon, MI
Our wool dryer balls are handmade by us here at Chickapea Farms.  Each is solid 100% Merino wool from our Merino sheep, humanely treated here in Michigan.  Even though Wooly Wonderfuls can last 20 plus years, the more of them you use at once, the bigger your drying time cut.  Three Wooly Wonderfuls balls should, on average, give you up to a 50% drying time cut.   homesteading@chickapeafarms.com     
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

signs, Carla Kohoyda-Inglis, Grass Lake, MI & Mcclumpha Works, Dynese Mcclumpha, Canton, MI

Fiber Expo,  Highland, MI 48357

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