Natural Fiber fair
Note** August 1 is the last day to request a refund on your vendor space
Teaching sustainable traditions for 27 years
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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
Annabelle's Handmade - Handmade woven scarves, felted hats, fingerless mitts, socks, undyed yarn and fiber. AnnaBelle Postle 541-434-4000 email@example.com
Arbuckle Fiber Co- pygora, alpaca and wool roving and yarn. Finished knitted, felted and woven items. 530-632-7465 firstname.lastname@example.org
Aunt Janet's Fiber Mill - Custom Wool Processing - felting batts and roving... Janet Finch 707-986-7481 email@example.com
Cinnabar and Indigo - Beads and fibers, handmade glass beads, Saori weaving and eco dyed scarves. Julie Mueller- Brown 707-951-1092 firstname.lastname@example.org
Eugene Textile Center - Weaving supplies, equipment, yarn and more.. Suzie Liles- email@example.com www.eugenetextilecenter.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
Humboldt Bay Wool - Will be selling all locally grown, naturally colored fibers from our own ranch overlooking Humboldt Bay, as well as a few fibers from other local farmers such as Alpaca and Angora.
We grow and shear our own wool from our mixed herd of Romney, Merino, CVM and Blue Faced Leicester sheep, and a few Angora goats for Mohair. We are also growing and starting to process flax for linen.
Products for sale will include blade sheared wool and mohair fleece, roving and batts, and handspun as well as commercially processed yarns. Finished items for the home such as afghans and rugs, crocheted and woven. Scarves, hand cranked hats and commercially milled socks will be available, all locally grown and naturally colored.
Sarah Shevett 707-616-7161 firstname.lastname@example.org
Humboldt Bay Wool, Kneeland, CA
John Marshall - Has silk and hemp yarns, natural dyes and naturally dyed textiles.
John will do a demonstration on using fresh-leaf indigo.
Erika "Squeaky" Morlan - Needlefelted illustrations of birds based on Audobon prints.
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.
PO Box 523 Covelo, CA 95425 707-983-9147.... email@example.com
Ragged Thistle - It is the work of Ragged Thistle to bring creativity and beauty into the clothing of daily life. Our clothing is a fusion of coastal behemian charm and contemporary function with attention to resource conservation and textile reconstruction. Our designs are made with post consumer clothing components coupled with vintage, as well as new textiles, trims and findings. Great attention to texture, color, and design detail is given to each piece. Due to the nature of the raw materials used, many of our garments are one of a kind while still maintaining overall continuity and design integration. Currently we are exhibiting dresses, skirts, vests, jackets, and pants. All garments are designed, cut, and sewn in our home studio in California. Amber Crockett Young 831-421-1968 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ridgewood Fine Woollies - Spinning and felting fibers, yarn and knitted goods from a small flock of natural colored Cormo and crosses and Moorit Merino sheep. Clothing for tots and project bags. Natural dyes used for yarns and upcycled tie-dye T-shirts. Elizabeth Neal email@example.com
Russell Ranch in the Redwoods - Cindy Russell - Handspun skeins from their Alpaca and sheep. Handmade items and garments for all ages.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Used Equipment Booth - Kay Sherer All are welcome to sell used equipment through this booth for a small percentage. 707 599-8563
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.
Sunni Scrivner 707-443-9276 email@example.com
At the Fleece Market...
Ace n' the Hole - White & colored Romney fleece...
Ace Vandenack 707-943-1969
She Spins for Ewe - Wool roving and fleece. Ben and Jamie Cohoon
707-499-2161 or 707-499-2150 firstname.lastname@example.org