100th Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
Across Generations – Waggoner, OK – http://etsy.com/shop/acrossgenerations
Across Generations – Traditional Fiber Arts. A little off the beaten path, we offer Natural Dyes, Fiber Art books, Rug Hooking kits and supplies, Penny Rug kits, Hand-dyed wool yardage, Inkle looms and shuttles, and more….
Angora Jane – Tulsa, OK – www.angorajanespinningwheelsandfibers.com
Offering tie-dyed rovings, hand-spun yarns, tams, hats, and scarfs made with hand-spun yarn, Angora Jane’s colorful goods will put a smile on your face. Be sure to also check out her felting kits, silk scarf kits, and various blends of roving, both dyed and natural.
Alisha Goes Around – New Braunfels, TX – www.alishagoesaround.com
We specialize in “stained” yarns — semi-solids with a splash. I dye things that I like. Glowing color, shaded semisolids, nommy base yarns. All yarns and fiber are kettle dyed by Alisha in her kitchen (and soon, garage) in small batches.
A Twist in Time – Aurora, MO
We are Ashford, Kromski, and Hillcreek tri-loom dealers. We have an assortment of yarns, sock as well as knitting and weaving, many of them hand-dyed, an assortment of fibers, beads, and fiber tools, many of these hand-crafted.
Weavers Rapid Warp Loom – MO – http://www.weaversrapidwarploom.com
We sell The Weaver’s Rapid Warp Loom a unique new loom invented by us – reduces strain and allows anyone to weave without complicated math or tedious time spent warping. We also build Trilooms, Squareand Rectangle Looms, and produce alpaca yar and batts and other fiber related decorative items.
Carrico’s Creative Corner – Bartlesville, OK
Danny & Marilyn Smith
Raw fleeces, washed locks, roving, drop spindles and a variety of other fiber art tools.
DayDreamers Essentials – Sapulpa, OK –
Dawning Dreams – Ada, OK – www.dawningdreams.com
Boasting a variety of treasures from handmade drop spindles, hand-dyed fibers, and handspun yarns, Dawning Dreams eclectic style will enhance your experience by inspiring you to put your own imagination to work. Be sure to drop in to pick up some little treats like handspun yarn tags, gift tags, and charms for your handmade items.
Rock’n D Enterprises – Guthrie, OK – http://www.RocknDEnterprises.com
Rock’n D raises rare and beautiful suri alpacas. There will be a variety of natural color raw fleece, roving and yarn. There will also be scarves, hats, gloves, socks and felted ornaments. Stop by and feel the soft, durable, luxurious and silky natural fiber suri alpacas have to offer.
Hardcastle Folk Art – Eureka Springs, AR
Indian Meridian Weaving – Guthrie, OK – www.indianmeridian.com
Weavery at Indian Meridian (Gwen and Donna) will be introducing a new luxury fiber at Fiber Christmas. In addition, we will have handcrafted batts, Ashland Bay wool, merino, and merino/tussah top, Louet Northern Lights and a variety of bast fibers. New spindles from John D’s Wood Things and Magpie will also be available. Come by and see our wide variety of books, weaving and spinning supplies, and wheels.
Just Right Alpaca’s – Jones, OK www.justrightalpaca.com
KidKat Ranch – Smithville, TX – http://www.kidkatranch.com
KidKat Ranch brings Hand Painted Yarn, Dyed, Natural and Hand Painted Rovings. Dyed and Natural Mohair Locks. “Mohair Locks Salad Bar” and Hand Made Soaps.
Lost City Knits – Lost City, OK – www.lostcityknits.com
Lost City Knits, owned by Chris Dykes and Denise Bell, offers Denise’s fine, hand-dyed yarns as well as her original designs. This year Lost City Knits has published a book of patterns and essays inspired by the Shetland Islands. Look for their book, Ultima Thule – Patterns Inspired by the Shetland Islands, this year at Fiber Christmas.
Lowder Colours Farm – Kellyville, OK – www.LowderColours.com
Locks, Fleeces, Rovings, Batts, Handspun Yarns, Mill Spun Yarns from all the breeds on my farm. Rambouillet, Teeswater, Wensleydale, Bond, Gotland, Karakul, Crossbreeds
Magpie Wishes – Broken Arrow, OK – www.etsy.com/shop/MagpieWishes
I will have box totes, zipper pulls, project bags, notions pouches, magnetic pattern keepers, and needle wallets.
McKnittey – McKinney, TX – www.mcknittey.com
We’re two friends who met through quilting and realized we had similar goals in life. We each wanted meaningful work – work that would make an impact. This need to “make a difference” has inspired us to open a store with yarn that is mindfully produced. We strive to provide you with the most natural, sustainable fingering and lace weight yarns. We are not a big box craft store and our yarn is not big box either.
Many of the yarns we carry are made from alternative fibers. We invite you to explore yak, llama, possum and pearl. Some are free trade yarns. With each purchase, you will be impacting the futures of orphans and vulnerable children by providing education and resources that will allow their dreams to become realities. Come be a part of our community.
Morandia -MIB – Jonesboro, AR – www.loopsandsticks.blogspot.com
Morandia’s MIB Fibers originated as a glimmer in the eye of a librarian who enjoys playing with color. Each skein of yarn or braid of roving tends to be a one-of-a-kind. While I have tried “scientific dyeing,” I’m much more a “fly by the seat of my pants” dyer, hence non-standard colorways. With the exception of a few shows during the year, my fibers are generally sold through local yarn stores.
My Little Black Sheep – AR – www.mylittleblacksheep.com
MLBS offers for your spinning and dyeing pleasure, mill ends from Brown Sheep Wool, Mitchell, NE. We have cream which is perfect for all your dying projects as well as some colors and mohair. We also have art batts and rolags in yummy color combinations. If you prefer to do your own, then consider our variety of raw alpaca for sale. There is a variety of colors in both Huacaya and Suri. Come on by and say hello.
Red Farmhouse Fibers – Yukon, Ok – www.redfarmhousejacobs.com
Local Organic Oklahoma Wool – Our Jacob Sheep Fleeces are made into lovely roving for hand spinning and into yarn. The fleeces are individually processed from each sheep which creates a unique natural color. Hues from white to black and everything in between, their fleece has a richness that can’t be duplicated with dyes. Our sheep are tended carefully and watchfully and the difference in their fleece can be seen and felt. At Red Farmhouse Fibers we also provide raw fleeces & Jacob pelts.
Sky Loom Weavers – Cat Spring, TX – www.skyloomweavers.com
Hand spun yarn, hand dyed spinning fiber and hand dyed commercial yarn, hand woven items including kitchen towels, shawls, and probably a scarf or two. We have a few Cricket and Zoom looms, shuttles, bobbins and spindles but won’t bring spinning wheels unless we know someone wants one. We carry all manner of Schacht products.
Tracey Creations – Snow, OK – www.etsy.com/shop/yecartpottery
Tracey Creations will have stoneware & porcelain – yarnbowls, mugs, goblets, bowls, & plates ( I am hand carving mugs in porcelain now ) as well as tanisian/afgan hooks & lucets.
Two Windows Dye Co. – Hutchinson, KS – www.twowindowsdyeco.com
I am Deb Waggoner, owner & artisan of Two Windows Dye Company. I dye/ hand paint yarn and combed top, scarves & socks. I do some knitting pattern support and sell some finished items. I make brass shawl pins and some labels and nuno felt scarves. All my work is full of color.
Twining Vine Designs – Tumbling Shoals, AR
Twining Vine Designs is known for unique handcrafted copper and silver jewelry–simple and elegant designs inspired by the woods and water where I live. As an avid spinner (and fiber fanatic) I have developed a line of spinning and knitting accessories rapidly becoming popular with other fiber artists. For Fiber Christmas, I am also excited to premier my small-batch wildspun yarn with colors and textures derived from nature and the sheep themselves.
Whirlwind Ranch – Lebanon, MO – www.whirlwindranch.com
Whirlwind Ranch, from Lebanon, MO, has been raising alpacas for 18 years and carries a wide color selection of raw fleeces.
Woolgatherings – Bowie, TX – www.wool-gatherings.com