Virtual Vendor Hall

for 2021

Teaching sustainable traditions for 29 years

Join us here for the Virtual Natural Fiber Fair Vendor Hall

Sept. 10, 11 & 12 as we share our many wonderful vendors and information about their products

Ace ‘N the Hole Ranch
Ace Vandenack
Myers Flat, CA 
707-834-1790    email: 
Fleeces and felt and other wooly things

Above the Fray
Maren Beck & Josh Hirschstein 
Eugene, OR 
541-485-9386    email:     website:
Traditional Silk Weaving – For millennia, the silk raisers & weavers of NE Laos have supported their culture and economy with some of the worlds finest reeling, natural dyeing, & weaving skills. Follow the silkworm as we present the incredible artistic process of the Tai Daeng & Lao Loum people.

Arbuckle Fiber Co.
Elizabeth Eaton
Arbuckle, CA 
530-476-3808    email: 
Fiber, wensleydale, alpaca and pygora in addition to yarn we have hand and mill spun, knitted & felted items.
Demo:  felted jewelry

Cinnabar & Indigo    

Julie Mueller-Brown
Beads and fibers, botanically dyed scarves, hand wound glass beads and fossilized shell jewelry.
101 Freeman St.
Crescent City, CA 95531
707-951-1092    email:

Eugene Textiles

Suzie Liles. email:

Weaving supplies, equipment, yarn and more....

Eureka Fabrics  

Rima Greer
One stop shop for all things fiber in Old Town, Eureka.  We carry natural fiber and organic fabrics, trim, yarn, roving and top, plus notions, patterns, custom fabric printing and sewing machine service.

TikTok and Twitter@eurekafabrics 

Hope Springs Botanicals
Hope Rose Wright
PO Box 173 Honeydew, CA 95545
 email:        website: 
Description: Hope Springs Botanicals make organic solvent free soaps, body care & medicinals. All products are made by Hope out of the cleanest – best ingredients. Almost everything can be eaten. Not sure about the taste tho. 
Hope Springs also has wet felting kits to make: felted soap, bracelets, beer cozys, jar cozys & baskets & boxes. All kits have complete detailed instructions and everything you need to make your creation except soap, water & elbow grease. See you at the Fiber Fair. 

KiraK Designs 

Kira Dulaney

Kira K Designs patterns have a streamlined and eminently wearable aesthetic, and with over one hundred knitting and crochet designs in a range of skill levels, you’re sure to find a garment or accessory that you’ll love to create. Kits with indie dyed yarn and any necessary notions make it even easier to knit or crochet a successful and stunning project. You can connect with Kira on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LoveCrafts, and Ravelry.

LoveSpun Homespun

Barbara Fiorica

Home of quality cashmere goats.  We are a small family farm in Sacramento County, California

email:    website:

John Marshall

John has silk and hemp yarns, natural dyes and naturally dyed textiles.

John is now offering online classes

Macedo’s Mini Acres    
Maureen Macedo
Awesome, this year is definitely a "virtual" one.   Following are links and web pages that we currently use.  Hoping to have some videos posted soon.

Mendo Wool and Fiber:  
Now processing wool fleeces, scouring, carding into batts and spinning into yarns. Our online information is:
 There is an online store .
Instagram is @mendowool
We also have items for sale at the Fibershed Co-op  This might be a location where folks who don't have their own website could list their stuff.

Pan’s Garden
Brenda Collins

I have a passion for the Fiber Arts. I sell a wide variety of hand painted fiber for handspinners and felters. Also create fanciful handspun art yarn and Saori Style handwoven accessories.

 Plum Crazy Fiber Art

Gayle Paige

Luxury & Exotic fibers and hands-on yarns in natural and handprinted colors, felting applies and kits.

email:    website: 

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, felted and woven items.  Hand dyed items using commercial and natural dyes.     Betsy is taking orders through her Facebook page

707-298-8266      email: 

Russell Ranch in the Redwoods
Cindy Russell
 Carlotta, CA 

Raising Alpaca  and wooly sheep
707-768-5013   email: 

Schaer Place Textiles

Lois Schaer
Redwood Valley, CA 
707-485-7068    email: 

Sproule Studios
April Sproule
Thank you very much for the update with the Fiber Fair. Below are the links to my online accounts.
Sproule Studios Textiles Group:

The Bag Lady
Chris House 
McKinleyville, CA
707-496-3524    email:
Bags of all kinds, zipper pouches, purses, totes drawstring project bags for crochet/knitting. 
A large part of my crafts will have CORK as a component in creating item. 
Cork is a sustainable ‘fabric’ harvested from an OAK tree bark. Other fiber used is quilting cotton materials.

Sunni Scrivner
Hand dyed natural fibers, books, notions, Sweet Shop Patterns and Chicken Boots line.
Yarn is also a Natural Fiber Fair sponsor.
Instagram - Yarnfun518