Vendors

IWC Market 2019

We will have great vendors for 2019!

 Eugene Textile Center http://www.eugenetextilecenter.com/ We are thrilled to have them back! They have a great variety of yarn, looms, spinning and weaving equipment, fibers book and dyes. Weaving, spinning, dyeing supplies and books. Looms, shuttles, reeds, weaving tools

Spinning wheels, bobbins, drop spindles. Fibers for spinning.

 Lunatic Fringe Yarn http://lunaticfringeyarns.com

Looms, spinning tools, fiber, yarn, books, textiles, weaving tools

 Woolgatherers http://www.woolgatherers.com

Yarn, kits and fun stuff for weavers and textile artists

 Phoenix Fiber Mill  http://www.phoenixfibermill.com

Family owned and operated natural fiber sock mill in SE CO. We grow our own Alpaca and make socks for other growers and our own retail. We also have a full line of felt and woven products (all made by us), tools, fibers, yarns and much more.

 2 B Ewe  

Fleece, Roving, and Yarns from individual species, and blends of our sheep.

 Schiffer Publishing Ltd.  http://www.schifferbooks.com Schiffer Publishing is a leading independent book publisher we have been publishing quality illustrated books since 1974.
 Naumann Angoras  https://www.facebook.com/naumann.angoras We raise angora goats, selling "self-raised" raw, washed, dyed "mohair", 100% mohair yarn and mohair alpaca blend yarns, as well as roving, spinning batts, and many other craft/fashion products. Our goats are able to produce extra long locks enabling us to sell up to 22" lengths.
 Hemp on the Hill  

I have imported and sell AllHemp threads in two weights, as well as hemp threads combined with Cotton, Cashmere and Wool.

 Red Fish Dye Works  https://www.redfishdyeworks.com/

Hand-dyed silks and silk blends yarns and fibers

 The 100th Sheep  http://www.the100thsheep.com

Hand-dyed gradient yarn kits, Hand dyed yarns, Hand-spun and hand-dyed artisan yarns, Hand-dyed roving for spinning or felting, Shawl pins, and accessories. Many of our yarns and fibers are on our website (www.the100thsheep.com) in the gallery and the store.

 Chelle Colorado  http://www.chellecolorado.com

Wool and fibers hand-dyed in the colors of Colorado. Hand-painted roving and art batts (includes some wool grown in Colorado), handmade drop spindles, and hand-dyed loose (washed, uncombed) wool locks. Pics at www.chellecolorado.com; please see tabs Hand-dyed Braids, Batts, Fiber.

 Pleasant Journey Alpacas  http://www.pleasantjourneyalpacas.com

Alpaca yarns, handspun alpaca yarns, alpaca roving, alpaca batts, yarn bowls.

 Carol SILKS  http://www.CarolSILKS.com

Carol SILKS is a business that sells finished goods that are silk. I paint, dye, felt and sew a line of wearable art-scarves, shawls and jackets. In addition I sell wrap snaps that are a hand-made closure using magnets, safe and easy for all types of clothing. I participate in the Salida Fiber Festival and the Taos Wool Market. As a member of the Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild, I participate in the Janice Ford Natural Dye Garden that is a collaboration with The Denver Botanic Gardens-Chatfield.

 Lone Star Loom Room  http://www.lonestarloomroom.com

Weaving books, yarn and equipment.

 Dancing Hooves Farm and Studio  http://www.dancinghoovesfarm.com/

Spinning and weaving equipment--wheels, carders, inkle-table looms, drop spindles, warping boards, shuttles and bobbins, etc. Spinning fibers--wool, silk, cotton,dyes and books

 Melting Pot Fibers  http://www.meltingpotfibers.com

Large selection of hand dyed fibers, including large selection of blends, weights and unique colors. Hand painted sock yarns and blanks. Blends include Alpaca, Merino, Mohair and more.

 Woolly Lizard http://www.woollylizard.com

Hand-dyed yarns and roving, including both local and non-local fibers, primarily wool and wool-blends. Hand-woven and hand-knitted textiles.

 ILEX Designs  http://www.ilex-designs.com

Beautiful vintage silk kimono jackets, and scarves, shawls, and wraps created with vintage silks.

 The Natural Twist, LLC  http://www.TheNaturalTwist.com

Artisan produced roving and yarn. Southwest region, USA and International fiber available for your spinning and felting pleasure…many dyed in rich colorways. Natural and Acid dyes, knitting needles, spindles and other wooden weaving tools available, as well as, cotton, flax and other plant fibers.

 Mora Valley Spinning Mill  http://www.moravalleyspinningmill.com

100 percent churro warps and wefts, new mexico style weavings, churro batts and rovings. Locally grown and processed fiber of other breeds such as karakul, alpaca, and llama.

If you are a vendor and would like to participate in IWC and/or get emails about IWC, sign up as a Vendor in the "Join Us" menu item. There is no charge to sign up as a vendor and you will be contacted about vendor applications, booth fees and schedules. Even though signing up as a vendor is free, there are booth fees if you choose to participate in the IWC Market. 

2019 Vendor Application

Thank you for your interest in the 2019 Intermountain Weavers Conference. The vendor hall is full for 2019 but please join us in 2021. If you would like to be informed when the information for the 2021 conference is available, sign up as a Vendor in the "Join Us" menu item. It if free to sign up as a vendor.


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