Fibernate – Virginia raised Alpaca roving and yarn, original knitting patterns, learn to drop spin kits, unique knitting and spinning tools, bamboo buttons, project bags and more.
Flying Goat Farm – From our small fiber farm in Maryland, we make vibrantly hand dyed and natural colored yarn and roving from our animals and commercial sources, for the discerning fiber enthusiast. We've added kits, and gradient sets, to make beautiful fashion accessories.
Fully Spun – Offering hand dyed, mill spun yarn that creates a beautiful color striping effect, similar to handspun yarn.
Kate and Lottie* – Original knitting patterns, hand-dyed yarns and accessories designed to inspire your inner child and find magic in the everyday.
Kim Dyes Yarns - Hand dyed yarns and fiber including gradients, tonals and sophisticated variegateds. Hand dyed luxury fiber tops and handmade batts.
Knittimia's Beaded Stitch Markers - Add some glitz to your knitting with beautiful custom-designed stitch markers made from a combination of glass, crystal, stone, and metal beads mounted on gold-plated or silver-plated wire. These hand-made markers can be used with up to Size 15 needles and come in sets of 7 or 8.
Mt. Airy Farm – Natural and hand-dyed roving, and yarn, including natural color roving from Cormo & CVM, both endangered sheep breeds.
Project Knitwell - a DC-area non profit offering knitting as a tool to promote wellness, and help people cope with stressful situations at more than a dozen hospital and community settings. They’ll have information about their programs, and some surprises! Also, launching a special (and quite gorgeous!) Project Knitwell colorway in collaboration with Solitude Wool.
Rock Mills Farm* - Fine local fleece hand-processed into batts or rolags for spinners. Artfully blended to celebrate the beauty of natural colors.
Solitude wool - Breed-specific yarns and fibers, blank greeting cards, kits for hats, cowls, socks and slippers (to knit or to give) plus hand knit and handwoven shawls, throws, hats and scarves. Gift certificates too.
Strauch Fiber Equipment Company – Joanne and Otto Strauch will be demonstrating and selling their fabulous fiber processing equipment at the Fibernate booth. Stop by to meet them, and bring some fiber to try out their drum carders, or a skein of yarn to see how effortless their swifts and ball winders make winding a ball of yarn.
Taylored Fibers - Hand-dyed yarns & fibers in rich, vibrant colors, kits and patterns, knitting and spinning accessories.
Tech Muse Bags - Bags! Bags! Bags! New sizes, new fabrics. Featuring new bags with metal frames to make them stand open, and several of our new cork tote bags. All of this in addition, to our regular project bags, and all those wonderful sheep fabrics.
The Colorful Flock – Handmade rolags, batts, hand dyed spinning fiber, handspun yarn, and surprises.
The Fiberists – Hand-dyed yarn & spinning fiber with a scientific focus. Our colorways are bright & bold, and named after animals, plants, gems & minerals using scientific and common names. We also sell custom mill-dyed, exotic and luxury fiber, curated accessories, and tools, including Kookaburra fiber wash, and handmade Indian Book Charkhas.
The Spanish Peacock - Handmade fiber arts tools, by a small town wood turner obsessed with making the fiber arts world more beautiful…one spindle at a time.
Wandering Wool – Hand dyed wool and wool blend yarns, specializing in gradient colorways with long color changes. Hand sewn project bags, knitting patterns and kits.
Wild Hare Fiber Studio - Hand-dyed and handspun yarns and fibers, both mild and wild, including black light reactive yarns, mini-skein sets and gradient dyed yarns and fibers, custom spinning blends and batts. Home of the 'Weave-a-Round' Circle loom for easy portable weaving projects (perfect for handspun yarn).
*New participating vendor.
Please be in touch, and let me know how I may empower your Fibernation!