- TVH Member: Shereen Franklin, Shereen’s Fiber: Hand Processed fiber, handspun yarn, and crocheted and knitted garments
- TVH Member: Lynn Hash, Fiber Art Creations: Spinning and felting supplies as well as finished products
- Ruth Fuqua, Hickory Bluff Farms: Alpaca: Yarn, roving, knit, weave, felt items, socks, patterns
- David Gillespie, Smoking Flax Fiber Farm: Alpaca roving, Drop Spindle Kits and Demonstrations, Indigo Dyed Products, Spinning, Sewing Boxes
- Antje Gillingham, The Knitting Nest: Yarn, roving, needles, patterns, knitting notions, books
- Carol Larsen, River’s Edge Fiber Arts: Providing the finest of fibers, yarns and equipment
- Sandy Gray, The Yarn Haven: Hand-dyed yarns and supplies for knitting, crocheting and spinning
- Andrea “Andy” Lyle, Andy’s Treasures: Loom woven scarves, shawls, rugs, linens and more.
- Andy Ross Manko, The Ross Farm Fibers: Producing yarn, roving, batts and needle-felting supplies from our flock of eight rare and heritage breed sheep.
- Barbara Martocci, Knitwear by BVEM: Knitted and felted hats, shawls, bags and scarves
- Kathy Skinner, Twisted: Scarves and tops made from recycled T-shirts
- Natasha Laity Snyder, Unplanned Peacock Studio: Hand-dyed yarn and fiber, hand-made shawl pins and buttons
- Jerry Spears, Wool Junction: Hand-dyed and milled dyed wool fabric, original rug hooking patterns, rug hooking supplies and accessories
- Cindy Walker, Stony Hill Fiber Arts: Knitting patterns and yarn, organic cotton, yarn grown and processed in the United States
- Sherry Watkins, Frostglen Alpacas: Mostly alpaca, handspun yarn, roving – three grades, finished products made on hand triangle loom and spinning wheel
Monday, April 22, 2013
Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival Vendors
For those of you who weren't able to get to the SMFAF this past weekend here's a list of vendors you can still shop from. Enjoy!