The 2023 Vendor application is now available online here: 2023 MTFF Vendor Application

Please support our 2022 Vendors below!

Across Generations

Gina Levesque; http://etsy.com/shop/acrossgenerations

Natural dyes, Cushing Dyes, hand-dyed wool fabric, dye and rug hooking supplies, inkle looms, books, and gift items

Buckmaster Family Farm

Roiana Buckmaster

Icelandic Wool and Yarn, Tatting, Weaving Supplies, Hand Dyed Threads, Kromski Dealer.

Chicken Coop Dyeworks

Carolyn Jones

Yarn, project bags and knitting notions

Conserving Threads

Melanie Sanford

Conserving Threads celebrates textile fibers. W/hile we enjoy the hand and feel of all natural fibers, we are currently exploring cotton, hemp, flax, and nettle. We will have natural and hand-dyed bundles of our popular “Easy to Spin” cotton, as well as a variety of hemp, flax, nettle, banana, pineapple, reclaimed and naturally grown cotton fibers

Crickets Creations

Chrissa Bledsoe

Fibers, yarns, some knitted items, etc.. 

Deep Dyed Yarns

Stephanie Buford; http://www.deepdyedyarns.com

Hand Dyed yarns and spinning fibers.

Forbidden Fiber Co

Leann Ross

Exquisitely dyed fibers and yarn.

Free Radical Ranch

Jennifer Myka; https://www.freeradicalranch.com

Suri & Huacaya alpaca fiber, yarn, and gift items, Teeswater wool and mohair fiber, Gift items, alpaca socks, hots, gloves, scarves, stuffed animals, bookmarks, postcards, fabric and fiber art pieces, farm themed fabric bags, and other items.

Freude Fields

Bridget Wohlpart; https://freudefields.com/

Mohair from our Angora goats and fine-wool from our Merino sheep in all stages, from raw to finished products. If you like to spin, knit, crochet, weave, or felt we have what you need.

Gibson Emporium

Denise Gibson

Leather bags including project bags, Shawl Cuffs and leather jewelry.

Idlewild Wool

Rose Robertson Smith

Reclaimed wool for rug hooking, braiding, penny rugs, & other wool crafts.

Jems Lux Fibers

Judy Busby

Luxe hand dyed yarn with speckles and variegated colorways inspired by greek mythology, solids and tonals inspired by unique and rare gems and our favorite Jems (gems of the south).

KEQ

Kathleen Emery

Hand Dyed fabrics, clothing, and accessories.

Lawson Sheep Shearing

Garry Lawson

A variety of fleeces from sheep and alpacas. Several different sheep breeds and crosses represented. Sheep available for sale. Will only be available on Friday.

Misty Wood Products

DeAnna Amos

goatmilk soap & lotion, roving, handspun yarn

ModeKnit Yarn LLC

Kathleen Pascuzzi

Hand dyed yarn. Garment kits. Mini skein sets. Books and patterns by Annie Modesitt.

My Little Black Sheep

Nancy Meyers

Fiber and yarn for sale as well as stitch markers, window decals, and bare yarn for dyeing.

Ozark Highlands Wool

Dana Caton

We sell Cormo roving and yarn from our sheep raised in the Ozark Highland Mountains in Northwest Arkansas. We also have a variety of other items including dryer balls, cards, and prints.

Pan Fran Knit Co

Becky Anne Smith

Hand dyed yarn with loads of color in both animal and plant bases, woven and crocheted goods.

Rhea Range

Vicki Peffer

sheep wool, hand cut silhouettes

Rain’s Obsessive Stitchery

Rain Pope; http://rainsews.com

Rain’s Obsessive Stitchery features hand-dyed yarn and fiber in a wide variety of fibers, weights, and colorways including luxury and allergy friendly options. You’ll also find handmade jewelry, beads, stitch markers, and other gifts and tools for fibery folk.

River Cottage Farm

Debbie Apple

Raw fleeces, roving, & yarn. My fleeces are supplied by my sheep.

Seedfaith Pottery

Patricia Sesson

Hand built and wheel thrown pottery. Functional and decorative pieces. Yarn Bowls, buttons, and more. Food safe pieces are oven, microwave, & dishwasher safe.

ShayDay Fiber Arts

Shay Hill

HomeGrown and hand crafted creations. We have a unique blend of products to capture the interests. We raise a fiber flock of fine wool sheep and high grade alpaca to bring you beautiful hand dyed yarns and felting materials. Handcrafted creations that are truly one of a kind.

Shepherd’s Bliss

Angie Sampson

Handspun yarn, hand dyed yarn, batts, rolags, needle and wet felted items, knit items, and other handmade wool items.

SPARKLE Studio

Amy Shelton

AL-produced alpaca yarn and roving, hand-dyed rayon yarn, other yarns and fibers, Schacht/Unicorn products, handmade stitch markers, project bags, and dryer balls, hand-crafter finished goods, other items and gift ideas for yarnies and fiberistas, small selection of books, crochet hooks, knitting needles, beads

Spinners End Studio

Joy Wandrey; http://www.spinnersendstudio.com/

I make project bags, purses, backpacks, small accessories and other items for knitters and other fiber artists. I may also have handmade toys and some handspun yarn available.

Susan’s Fiber Shop

Susan McFarland

Spinning Wheels, Looms, Fibers, Yarns, Accessories, Bags, and more.

The Dancing Goat

Robin Goatey; http://thedancinggoats.com

Odd and Forgotten Fiber Arts Tools.

The Foldout Cat

Q. Qirtz; http://foldoutcat.com

Weaving supplies (handspun yarn, fiber, treasures) and tools; finished woven items

The Soapy Ewe

Artisan handmade soap, wool wash made with lanolin, shampoo bars, lip balm and lip balm holders, hand sewn knitting bags/wool wash kits/bundles, bitsy boxes.

The Spinner’s Stash

Vanessa Kroening

Hand processed spinning and felting fibers. Handspun yarns and handcrafted drop spindles. Spinning wheels, tools, and accessories from Ashford and Spinolution.

Three Creeks Farm

Beth Collier

Kromski Spinning Wheels and supplies.

Twining Vine Designs

Leigh Abernathy

Felted hats and accessories, needle felted sculptures, art yarn, and wet-felting tools

Two Roots Fiber Mill

Ruth Anne Goss

Got Fiber? Full service mill specializing in alpaca but also accepting a variety of wool breeds. We are customer-centric catering to the regional fiber farms. We create many artisan products: yarn, rug yarn, roving, batts and wet felted sheets. We have an easy online order submission that includes an estimated cost per lot and estimated completion date. We also offer the option to pre-schedule your processing date(s).  
We will have in our booth products from our herd; yarn, roving, felted sheets, scarves, socks, felting kits and much more. Come by and see us!

Yarn Adventures

Katy Turbeville; http://www.yarnadventuretruck.com

Hand-dyed yarns and handmade fiber notions and accessories from indie dyers and makers all over the US.

Yours By Design

Kathy Schrelman

Project bags, baskets, pouches

Welcome 2022 Middle Tennessee Fiber Festival Vendors!