Above the Fray-Traditional Hilltribe Art - Spouses Josh Hirschstein & Maren Beck venture to the remote hill-tribe regions of Laos and Vietnam to personally select the world's most exquisite hand woven naturally dyed silk, cotton and hemp textiles directly from independent hill-tribe artisans.  Our diverse selection of textiles is woven of locally raised material using traditional materials, methods and motifs.  Above the Fray passionately supports the artisans and their traditional skills and diverse cultures and we are eager to share our knowledge, pictures and stories as well as the incredible woven art of these peoples.  541-485-9386  

Ace n' the Hole - Ace Vandenack    White & colored Romney fleece...      Find him out front at the fleece market     Ace Vandenack  707-943-1969

Arbuckle Fiber Company -   Felted, woven and knit items, and fiber and yarn from our Alpacas, Pygora goats and CVM sheep.     530-632-7465     epf@frontiernet.net

Aunt Janet's Fiber Mill -  Custom Wool Processing - felting batts and roving...   Janet Finch  707-986-7481 auntjanets@asis.com

Awanya - Asia Sikkila - brings her large selection of beautiful ethnic textiles and clothing.  Asia is closing her Ukiah shop and selling on line at www.etsy.com/shop/Awanya

Azalea Angora - Ana Canter,  Fortuna, CA  707-601-9499

Cinnabar and Indigo - Beads and fibers, handmade glass beads, Saori weaving and eco dyed scarves. Julie Mueller- Brown  707-951-1092    juliemuellerbrown@gmail.com

Colors of Nature - Trisha Lambert     Trisha sells naturally dyed materials - wool roving, wool felt, silks and other fiber.   She makes crafts from natural dyed materials.  She also works with botanical printing - on fabric and upcycled clothing.     trishalambert567@gmail.com   

Erika  "Squeaky" Morlan -   Needlefelted illustrations of birds based on Audubon prints 
707-798-0276    squeaky.hvfc@yahoo.com

Eugene Textile Center - Weaving supplies, equipment, yarn and and so much more..  One of our Natural Fiber Fair sponsors.
Suzie Liles-   www.eugenetextilecenter.com   suzie@eugenetextilecenter.com

Eureka Fabrics - Eureka Fabrics is your one-stop-shop for all things fiber in Old Town Eureka.  We carry natural fiber and organic fabrics, trim, yarns, roving, and top, plus notions, patterns, custom fabric printing, and sewing machine service.

We also offer classes and private instruction in everything from sewing, fitting, pattern drafting & design, to embroidery needle felting, wet felting, applique, knitting, crocheting, and needle tatting.

Visit us Monday-Saturday 10:30-5:30,   412 2nd Street Eureka, CA 95501  707-442-2646   eurekafabrics@me.com      OR shop fabrics & classes 24/7 on the web at   www.eurekafabrics.com

Fortuna Fabrics and Crafts -  Kathy Comerer - Sewing notions, quilting supplies, art, craft and jewelry supplies.         707-725-2501      www.fortunafabricsandcrafts.com

Hope Springs Botanicals - Makes wonderful soaps and body care products. 
There will also be felted bags, hats and eyeglass cases for sale.            www.hopespringsbotanicals.com

John Marshall -  Has silk and hemp yarns, natural dyes and naturally dyed textiles.
707-983-6636     john@johnmarshall.to

Kira K Designs - Modern knitting and crochet  patterns for sweaters, skirts, hats, scarves, shawls, gloves and children's clothing.  Patterns available in printed or PDF format.  Kits also available.  Kira Dulaney  


Nebo-Rock Ranch & Textiles - Handwoven Navajo style & rag rugs, handspun  woven scarves, hats, shawls, mohair, angora, wool, silk, yarns and fibers...Janet Heppler
Winner of the 2014 & 2015 Black Sheep Cup at the Black Sheep gathering.

Pan's Garden Yarns - Pan's Garden offers hand painted wool and luxury fiber top, hand dyed fleece and Saori-style handwoven scarves.  I also spin and sell art yarn.    Brenda Collins    831-331-0613


Ridgewood Fine Woolies - Betsy Neal- Homegrown wool for spinning, felting and knitting, etc. in top, felt bats and yarn. Upcycles wool garments and decorative items. Hand knit, felt  and woven items. Hand dyed items using commercial and natural dyes.   707-298-8266  betsyneal@hotmail.com

Rodrigo Sosa - Rodrigo returns with his beautiful handwoven rugs from Oaxaca.


Russell Ranch in the Redwoods - Cindy Russell - Handspun skeins from their Alpaca and sheep. Handmade items and garments for all ages.    707-768-5013  cindyrussell@suddenlink.net

 Schaer  Place Textiles - Lois Schaer - Mendocino local wool roving, felting fiber, hand painted silk scarves, carded mixed fibers for spinning and felting.  Wood and CD spindles.   707-485-7068  lois.schaer@yahoo.com

 Silk Bliss - Larissa Haney - Silk Bliss offers Turkish style water marbling demonstrations and instruction on silk scarves. During the fiber fair we will be having mini workshops throughout. Each scarf workshop is $36 for a white plain scarf, with some upgrades available in materials and dyed silk. The scarves take about 30 minutes to make and the process is accessible for all ages and abilities. I will have some spots available for reservations and the others will be first come first served.  I may also do a smaller, cheaper hankie tray.     707-845-2521

succulentbliss1@gmail.com      http://succulentbliss.blogspot.com

Used Equipment Booth - Bring your unused spinning and or weaving equipment and sell them in our ever popular used equipment booth.  Or buy that always wanted  fiber tool. 

White Oak Ranch - Donna Nelson - Alpace Fleece....  Find her out front in the fleece market

     Donna Nelson    nellies_nook@yahoo.com    707-845-0607   

Wooly Walkers - Una Walker     Punch needle rug hooking supplies and original designs.      www.woolywalkers.com

Yarn -  Yarn offers hand dyed natural fiber yarns, books, and notions as well as the Chicken Boots line of project bags and needle cases.  We also have our own Sweet Shop Patterns in kits with the yarn and pattern in a lovely muslin or canvas project bag, all ready for you to cast on.  Yarn is also one of our Natural Fiber Fair sponsors 
Sunni Scrivner  707-443-9276   http://www.yarn-fun.com    sunshineyarn@gmail.com

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Vendors for 2018

Keep checking back here late Winter as we add vendors to the 2019 list