IWC Market July 27 – 29, 2017

The 2017 Market will be located in the ballroom of the Student Union at Fort Lewis College.

Hours will be Thursday 1:00 – 6:00PM, Friday 11AM-8:00PM, and Saturday 10AM-6:00PM.

Bijou Basin Ranch Elbert, Colorado
Yak fibers and yarn, cones and skeins, yak yarn blends, Qiviut, Paco-Vicuña.

Cactus Hill Farm – La Jara, Colorado
Natural-colored and dyed fiber, roving and yarn. CVM/merino, alpaca, angora rabbit, Wensleydale, and others.

Cherry Creek Valley Farms – Hesperus, Colorado
Handwoven, knitted, felted items to wear; hand dyed yarns and roving, handmade tools for weaving, spinning, and knitting, and three sizes Cactus Flower Miniature tapestry looms.

Dancing Hooves Farm and Studio – Farmington, NM
Weaving supplies: looms, shuttles, bobbins, and more. Spinning supplies: wheels, spindles, niddy noddies, fibers, dyes, and felting tools.

DeGoatsnSheep Ranch – Bayfield, Colorado
Wensleydale fleece, locks, and roving; Corriedale, Romney, and Merino roving; handspun and dyed yarns, silk for spinning and silk yarns; needle felting tools, and watercolor felt pictures; Greener Shade dyes, and more.

Eugene Textile Center – Eugene Oregon
Variety of weaving, spinning, felting, supplies, looms, spinning wheels, carders, yarns, books, and filbers.

Ilex Designs – Ridgway, Colorado
Assorted vintage silk kimonos, kimono jackets, and products made from vintage kimonos such as scarves; misc. weaving equipment.

Lone Star Loom Room – Houston, Texas
Swedish yarns from Bockens, fine cotton from Venne of Holland, and natural cottons from Egypt, weaving books, and equipment by various manufacturers.

RedFish Dye Works – Acton, California
Hand-dyed silk and silk blends in both yarns and spinning fibers.

Teller Navajo Weaving – Denver, Colorado
Navajo weaving looms and tools, kits, and carders. Navajo warp, Navajo lap spindles, bags for loom and spindles.

Tierra Wools – Los Ojos, New Mexico
Local hand dyed yarns and fiber, handmade products made from them. Crafting supplies and equipment for weaving, spinning, felting, knitting, and crocheting.

The Natural Twist – Albuquerque, New Mexico
Artesian produced roving, bats, and yarn for spinning and felting. Also, natural dyes, wood equipment, many fiber tools, and cotton, flax, and bast fibers.

The Woolgatherers – Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Looms – Oxaback, Ashford, Dutchmaster. Weaving supplies, yarns, books, fibers for spinning and felting, spindles, spinning wheels and tools; Blusterbay shuttles.

WoollyLizard – Cortez, Colorado
Hand-dyed and handpainted yarns and roving, using commercial and vegetal dyes. Spinning fiber of various sheep breeds, plus yak and camel blends, as well as tencel, silk, and bamboo blends. Locally produced yarns and roving. Handwoven textiles.