Although our in-person market has been cancelled, the following is a list of our vendors, and links to shop online:
57 Chapters – Kettle dyed yarns and fibers inspired by stories. All color ways are first editions – no reprints.
*ADKnits– Paper goods, stickers, pins, stitch markers and t-shirts for fiber folk.
August Moon Farm - Local farm-produced art yarn, art batts, vessels, socks, and roving.
Celestial Farm - Handmade soaps with all natural ingredients, homemade jams & jellies, local raw honey, and llama yarn.
Feederbrook Farm – Hand-dyed yarns and breed specific spinning fibers. We are excited to bring some new experimental blends, and yarns with us this year.
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.
Haute Boheme Fibers – Hand-dyed squishies for knit, crochet, weaving, petting, or whatever moves you—We don’t judge.
Heal My Hands – We make all natural skin care products for seriously dry skin. Our hands, heels, lips, face, and even paws, products contain lanolin, jojoba, shea, hemp, almond, and avocado butters to soothe, soften and protect skin and paws!
Kim Dyes Yarns – Offering beautifully hand dyed yarn and spinning fibers, as well as knitting patterns. Located in Northern Virgina, Kim Dyes Yarn focuses on high quality fibers which are a joy to work with, dyed in a variety of techniques.
Knittimia’s Beaded Stitch Markers – Sparkle up your knitting with the beautiful jewelry-quality stitch markers. These custom-designed, no-snag stitch markers are made from a combination of lampwork glass, crystal, stone, and metal beads strung on gold- or sliver-plated wire. Hand-made sets of 7 markers include a start-of-row marker and come in two sizes regular (up to size 13 needles) and sock (up to size 6 needles).Also featured will be hand-knitted birds featuring birds from Virginia and Maryland.
Project Knitwell - Project Knitwell offers knitting as a tool to promote wellness and help people cope with stressful situations at more than a dozen hospital and community settings. All of Project Knitwell's programming is provided by volunteers, and services and supplies are provided free of charge to the people they serve.
Solitude wool - Small batch artisan yarns ad spinning fibers. Working with fleece sourced within the Chesapeake Fibershed, we strive to create breed-specific yarns that feel alive and retain the character of the fleece and type of wool. Official provider for Shave’em to Save’em.
Tech Muse Bags – New bags, new styles and a wonderful new sheep fabric. Featuring our regular bags, plus a few with clear vinyl panels so you can see what’s in the bag without opening it!
The Fiberists – We sell primarily hand-dyed yarn & spinning fiber with a scientific focus. Our colors are typically bright & bold, and our colorways are named after animals, plants, gems & minerals using the scientific and common name. We also sell some custom mill-dyed, exotic and luxury fiber, curated accessories, and tools, including Kookaburra fiber wash, Ashford tools and handmade Indian Book Charkhas.
*TINT - A Modern Makerspace - A destination for makers of all kinds and, notably, for textile and fiber artists. Knitting, quilting, sewing, spinning, and weaving are just some of the crafts we love. Take classes and workshops about new techniques or particular projects, shop for your favorite top-quality materials (fabric, yarn, and all the notions, to say the least), and tap into an amazingly talented community of makers. Come on in and unleash your creative side! Yarn, Handspun Yarn, and Fabric Bundles will be available at the Market!
Wandering Wool – Hand dyed wool and wool blend yarns, specializing in gradient colorways. Handmade project bags, mini skeins, and knitting patterns.
Wild Hare Fiber Studio - Hand-dyed and handspun yarns and fibers, including black light reactive yarns, gradient dyed yarns and fibers, as well as custom blends and vegan fibers. Home of the 'Weave-a-Round' Circle loom for easy portable weaving projects (perfect for handspun yarn).
Wool-aid - A community of knitters and crocheters who create warm woolen garments for children who live in the coldest climates and have the least access to resources. Mary Henze will be collecting donations of wool yarn at their booth, and will accept yarn that is at least 80% wool for Wool-Aid projects. Superwash wool is not required. Any full or partial wool yarn with skein labels is OK. If folks have acrylic or washable blends she can take them to AT&T fiber to the world and send them out to their various chapters. Destash, and help the worldwide community!
*New participating vendor!
Please be in touch, and let me know how I may empower your Fibernation!