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.
2023 Vendor Application
The booth application for the 2023 IWC Conference is online only on the "Register" page. You must be registered and logged in as a vendor in order to see the application on the web page.
The form asks if you are willing to participate in one or more of the following special events: Raffle Baskets, Silent Auction, and Door Prizes.
Raffle Baskets: IWC holds a raffle at each conference to benefit the Conference. IWC accepts donations of new fiber related items to place in each Raffle Basket. Vendors donations will be placed in one or more baskets and we will acknowledge each vendors donation on the basket.
Silent Auction: A silent auction is held and the proceeds from the silent silent auction will benefit IWC. Items may be donated by vendors to the silent auction. We may choose to use some of the raffle basket items for the silent auction. Vendors donating to the silent auction will be acknowledged on the donation sheet.
Door Prizes: Vendors have the opportunity to give away one or more door prizes at their booth, which will encourage participants to visit your booth. This is optional for vendors. Names will be drawn from a selection of pre-registrants. We will provide a sign at your booth to put the names on. We encourage participants to visit the vendor hall to see if they have won.
2023 Vendor List
Below is the current 2023 Vendor List:
- Corn Creek Fiber, www.corncreekfiber.com, Handmade brooms, hand painted fiber and yarn, silk yarn, handwoven clothing.
- Desert Panda Fiber Arts, www.desertpandafiberarts.com. Small batch hand dyed yarn and combed top. We also carry hand dyed small farm fleece made batts as well as hand dyed small farm fiber and yarns.
- Eugene Textile Center, www.eugenetextilecenter.com. We are a large online and retail store located in Eugene, OR. We sell weaving, spinning, felting and dying equipment and supplies. We have a large selection of yarn, books, fibers, and drafts.
- Green Grass Handwoven, https://greengrasshandwoven.com/. Undyed yarn for hand dyers & weavers. Cottons, silk, tencel, & blends! Available on large & small cones.
- Greenwood Fiberworks, https://greenwoodfiberworks.com/, Hand dyed yarns and fibers. Please see website for photos of products.
- Healing Hearts Design, https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/HealingHeartsUtah. The products that I bring to the show are recycled silk ribbon yarn, silk yarn, heavy rug weight silk yarn, and banana yarn. I also have Kantha Quilts, vintage and new from India. My main focus is my line of clothing that I design and make out of the Kantha quilts and hand stamped fabrics. I work with Fair Trade companies located in India to acquire my materials. I am always trying to create new ways of showcasing my fabrics.
- ILEX Designs, ilex-ilex.com, Beautiful vintage silk kimono jackets, and silk scarves and shawls created from vintage silk kimono.
- Jodie McDougall Studios, JMcDogstudios.com, Handblown glass buttons, Hand spun art yarn (I have a minimal supply of yarn.)
- Lunatic Fringe Yarn, www.lunaticfringeyarns.com. Yarn, kits, fiber, equipment and other fun stuff for fiber folks.
- The Natural Twist, www.thenaturaltwist.com. The Natural Twist is a cottage industry mill producing spinning & feltingfiber from domestic, national and international sourced wool, alpaca, mohair & exotic fiber. In addition, we are suppliers of natural, acid and fiber reactive dyes, fiber equipment—Schacht, Louet, Kollage Square Needles, plant fiber, silk fiber, yarn, & books. Items are available from fiber festivals, online website and by appointment to our studio.
- Ms Pamela Originals, http://www.MsPamelaoriginals.etsy.com. Colorful hand dyed wool and wool blend yarn. Soak no-rinse wool wash
- Needlepoint Joint, www.needlepointjoint.com, A selection of Ogden area independently hand dyed yarns and fibers. Weaving Yarns from Brassard, Ashford, and Gist Yarns. Spinning and weaving equipment and accessories from Ashford and Schacht, as well as a limited number of accessories from Leclerc. all products can be found at our website.
- Notlwonk Springs, We sell some of Cache Valley's only locally grown and processed wool specifically marketed to handspinners and weavers. Our flock consists of naturally colored Romney, Corriedale and Romeldale sheep. We stock an array of products from raw fleece, roving, batts, felt and yarn to tanned hides and finished products.
- Red Rabbit Studios. Art yarn and weaving kits.
- Sketch Looms, https://sketchlooms.com/. We manufacture 3 sizes of sketch loom adjustable weaving looms 5 x 5, 5 x 7, & 10 x 12 in 6, 8 & 10 EPI in 10 or so different colors of acrylic. Flat beater in matching colors in 6EPI, 8EPI & 5EPI used for 10. Ergonomic Beaters in 4, 5, 6, & 8 EPI with 2 and 3 inch heads + some available weighted. Drop Spindles, flat shuttles, Kitty Crawford’s project bags.
- Teton Yarns, www.tetonyarn.com. Teton Yarn Company offers a variety of hand dyed yarns and spinning fibers, capturing the beauty and colors of the Grand Tetons. All of my yarns and fibers are hand dyed in my studio in the heart of the Grand Tetons. I dye small batches of one of a kind multi-colors and a rainbow of tonal colors for the fiber artist.
- Wear With All Yarns, www.wearwithalltextile.com. Rare, exotic, and bespoke undyed weaving yarns on cones and skeins, made from sustainable fibers such as lavender, dandelion, aloe, soybean, coffee, milk, rose, along with favorites such as Pima cotton, baby camel, eri silk, mulberry silk, viscose, linen, and tussah. One-woman owned and operated!
- Woolly Lizard, www.woollylizard.com, https://www.facebook.com/woollylizard. Hand-dyed yarn and fiber. Handwoven and botanical print textiles.
- Woven Designs. Handmade baskets, ornaments, kits, jewelry.