2023 Festival Vendors
2023 Vendor Map
Ranching Tradition Fiber, Kami Noyes Whitehall, Montana
Montana raised Targhee Rambouillet Fiber and Yarns, Dealer for Ashford, Valkyrie, and Unicorn washes. Hand turned wood gifts.
Wandering Pines Ranch, Dianne Wright, Weiser Idaho ~ Booth #1
Hand dyed fibers and roving, handspun yarn, finished goods and Hand turned spinning accessories
Feathergrass Fiber, Teri Eliasson, Idaho Falls, Idaho - Booth #2
A Quaint sheep farm in Eastern Idaho. We specialize in high quality super fine merino and luster long wools. Whole fleeces, processed wool, yarn and unique dye batches. Stop by and find that special fiber for your next project!!
Athena Spinning, Mark and Julie Lambert, Hillsdale, WY ~ Booth #3
Athena Spinning manufactures hardwood travel spinning wheels in the heartland. Our Capricorn wheels weigh in at an average of 10 pounds for our standard wheels and disassemble for easy packing in a tote bag or overhead luggage. Our little owls are made in combinations of black walnut and maple with a few mesquite, padauk and purpleheart wheels thrown in the mix. We feature infinitely adjustable ratios from 5:1 – 13:1 and a corkscrew orifice that eliminates the need for a hook. We also make travel lazy kates and other accessories.
Lone Pine Wool Emporium and MT Aspen Designs, Mona Hylton, Helena, MT ~ Booth #4
At Lone Pine Wool, we concentrate on the preservation of a Rare Wool breed designated by the Livestock Conservancy of Romeldale/CVM sheep. We carry raw fleeces, rovings, batts, yarn and some finished products. MT Aspen designs concentrates on making wool and wool blend socks made in Montana.
Pinnacle Creations, Janet Dunn, Essex, MT ~ Booth #5
Original design natural fabric bags for projects, travel or daily tasks. Rarely are two bags the same…. Unless a customer request comes my way. Janet loves to be organized and looking unique and hopes to help you do the same.
Slate Falls Press, Joanna Johnson, Loveland, CO ~ Booth #6
Slate Falls Press specializes in knitting storybooks which feature illustrated stories paired with patterns to knit the items from the stories. Colorado children's book author and illustrator Eric and Joanna Johnson will be autographing their books all weekend at their booth. In addition to their children's books, the Johnsons will have signed artwork, stationery, project bags, and kits for knitting, spinning, and sewing.
MSU Extension & Montana Wool Lab ~ Booth #7 (Just Saturday)
Wooly Walkers, Una Walker, La Grande, OR ~ Booth #8
Punch Needle Rug Hooking supplies and original designs
Stone Cottage Pottery & Farm, Patti Gregerson, Marion Montana - Booth #9
Handcrafted pottery specially designed for fiber-loving folks
Notlwonk Springs, Fred, Jo and Ann Knowlton , Cornish, Utah - Booth #10
Notlwonk Springs is a small family operation raising high quality, naturally colored wool ideal for hand spinners and weavers. Our flock consists of Corriedale, Romney and Romeldale bloodlines. We sell fleeces, tanned hides, roving, yarn, felt and finished products in colors ranging from white to gray to black and oatmeal to dark chocolate. Let our wool inspire your next project!
Blue Savannah, Kristin Milloway, Idaho Falls, ID ~ Booth #11
Blue Savannah has gorgeous gradients and skeins of hand dyed yarn on luxury bases inspired by life in Idaho.
McComas Handweaving, LaVerne McComas, Billings, Montana ~ Booth #12
Handwoven placemats, table runners, bag holders, towels, potholders in many colors. Also, Inkle woven belts, hat & head bands, belts. Some yardage & finished garments.
The 100th Sheep, Jeff and Peggy Doney, Colorado Springs, CO - Booth #13 & 14
Color, Color and More Color! The 100th Sheep has yummy rovings to spin, felt or just cuddle, Hand-dyed gradient yarn kits, and more. And did we mention color?
Goldieknots Montana, Tammy Jordan, Lincoln Montana ~ Booth #15
The mission of Goldieknots Montana is to teach people of today a lost heritage art of yesterday while promoting the Montana wool and fiber industry and connecting people through fiber arts. It was founded and created by Tammy Jordan, a fiber enthusiast who enjoys sharing her passion with everyone she meets. Her fiber, hand-spun yarn, knitting kits, gift baskets, and handcrafted fiber art creations are inspired by Montana sheep and the people who keep them, along with various other Montana fiber producers. Additionally, Montana grown and made products are utilized wherever possible throughout our business in an effort to promote local sustainability.
The Wool Mill & Serenity Sheep Farm Stay, LaVonne Stucky, Belgrade, MT ~ Booth #16
Farm to yarn! Creating and selling beautiful wool roving, yarn and batts for small flock owners one batch at a time. We do custom processing for others as well as our own our wool, which is now used in our Montana Point Blankets. We pride ourselves in being a zero-waste wool mill that uses solar energy to run the machines and heat the water to wash the wool. Everything has a use or is reused going back into the soil. You can spend a night in an antique sheepherder's wagon on the farm too. Check us out on airbnb.
Flying Wheel Woolery, Diana Adams, Bliss, Idaho ~ Booth #17
Handdyed wool roving, yarns, handmade brooms, Idaho grown Lavender, Aftican Bloga Market baskets.
Botany of Being, Denise Smith, Belgrade, Montana ~ Booth #18
Herbal Apothecary of Small Batch Vintage Tinctures + Body Care Handcrafted with Organic + Sustainably Wildcrafted Ingredients
The Montana Wool Barn, Paul and Cheri Shaw, Cardwell, Montana ~ Booth #19
Locally owned fiber processing mill. Raising Cormo Sheep and process all our own fiber into next to skin yarns and rovings. The also offer felts, core spun rug yarn and pillows.
Dresow Family Farm, Stacy Dresow, Lonsdale, MN ~ Booth #20
Dresow Family Farm is located in Lonsdale, MN. We raise Cormo & Cormo cross bred sheep. The fiber is super squishy & buttery soft, an excellent choice for next to the skin clothing & blankets. Our fibers are left in their natural colors: whites, creams, caramels and browns. Stacy also dyes her fiber using mostly botanicals foraged and grown on the farm & food waste. We have yarn in various weights, roving, sheepskins, finished goods and fleeces. Our farm yarn has been featured in Seasonal Slow Knitting written by Hannah Theissen, The Fibershed Regional Hemp Book and pattern designs by Shaina Scott of Yumi Yarns and Teri Grosz.
Back Corner Farm, Kris Noland, Sweet Home, Oregon ~ Booth #21
Raw, Washed and dyed Mohair locks, fiber, roving and yarn.
Raen Works LLC, Rachel Canning, Manhattan, MT ~ Booth #22
We make organic waxed canvas project bags with bison hide handles right here in Manhattan, MT! We have multiple styles for all your fibre project holding needs.
Ness Boutique, Shannon Dickerson, Lolo, Montana ~ Booth #23
Ness Boutique’s collection of handmade goods is sure to bring a little happyNESS to your life. Ness jewelry and knitting accessories are upcycled from vintage knitting needles. Each one-of-a-kind piece is handcrafted in our Lolo, MT studio, showing the love and character of generations of previous makers. Our hand dyed yarn will inspire creativeNESS for your next make. Add a little NESS to your life!
Knaturl Knitwear, Amanda Bjerke, Helena, MT ~ Booth #24
Knaturl Knitwear, was born after meeting a fellow knitter who gave Amanda Bjerke a set of Clover Pom Pom makers over lunch. Those Pom Poms turned into owls and hedgehogs. The adorable woodland creatures turned into classes where she began selling the Pom Pom makers. Inventory has expanded to include the most popular knitting notions, and needles by ChaioGoo, Addi, Knitters Pride, and Clover. Knaturl Knitwear can be found traveling around with a vintage suitcase holding pop up shops at local knitting groups, artisan markets and on Etsy. Amanda continues to teach knitting and fiber craft workshops. Her knitting patterns available on Ravelry and Etsy. She lives in Helena, MT with her partner, Wade and their two dogs.
Wooly Witch of the West, Madeline Keller - King, Eureka, Montana ~ Booth #25
Wooly Witch of the West is a natural dyer & wool enthusiast from Eureka,MT. She offers naturally dyed commercial & millspun yarns, handspun & spinning fiber. Focusing on sustainability she uses fiber from her local area fiber shed, and many natural dyes she wild harvests, grows, or reclaims from kitchen scraps. Her articles and patterns have been published multiple times in Spin Off magazine.
Spanish Peaks Alpacas, Evi Dixon, Manhattan Montana ~ Booth #26
Wonderful yarn and handmade crafts from 100% Suri Alpaca fleece, also Suri rugs, felted soap and dryer balls
Fair Windsical Fiber Creations, Steve & Nancy Erb, Helena, MT ~ Booth #27&28
Multi-Fiber Art Journals, Art bags, scarves, fabric books, Alpaca Roving & yarns, wall hangings, felted soaps, Wall, bed and lap quilts.
Andrus Farms, Michelle Andrus, Northport, Washington ~ Booth #29 & 30
Andrus Farms is located in Northeastern Washington we raise and breed alpacas, llamas, and sheep for fiber production. We offer beautiful lightly skirted raw fleeces from our amazing alpacas, and llamas in an assortment of wonderful natural colors. We also have exquisite raw fleece from our small flock of Rambouillet, Merinos, Cheviots, Shetlands and Bluefaced Leicester (BFL) We have lovely pin drafted roving blends, handspun yarn, handmade baskets, handmade soap, and salves, and upcycled Feed Bag Totes and pouches. We also have hand-knitted items, neck coolers and up-cycled incent burners.
Prairie Cottage, Diane Sitter, Billings, Montana ~ Booth #31
Prairie Cottage is a Woman owned business located in Montana, featuring sustainable, chemical-free, all natural, individually handcrafted bedding, promoting Montana's agricultural history by using a marvelous ecofriendly fiber...WOOL! 100% Wool is the only product I use to fill my comforters and other bedding products. For those of you who may be sensitive to wool, no worries. The wool is encased in a natural cotton cover. The best sleep you will forever experience is snuggling into a wool filled comforter or other wool filled bedding. Don't think wool is just for cold winter nights. Wool's temperature regulating properties makes it ideal for the warm weather months also.
The Whimsical Warbler LLC, Kristy, Augusta MT. ~ Booth # 32
Our booth is a magical weave of wool and herbal wisdom! We offer a FREE table where children and/or adults are welcome to create their own herbal sachets to protect their collections of wool in the home. Hand-dyed Wool felt (I use only natural materials such as berries, vegetable matter and herbs) A sweet collection of my own handmade wool creations (a small offering ) Our own handmade collection of Herbals Moth Stay - Away Sachets. Sewing Kits Knitting Kits Needlefelt Kits
Tobacco Root Tack, Britney Bieroth, Sheridan, MT. ~ Booth #33
Handmade horse tack made out of 100% mohair. Custom mohair cinches, breast collars, reins, hat hangers, key chains and much more.
Esther Purl Fibers, Regina Frahm, Newton, IA ~ Booth #34
Homegrown white and natural colored Cormo fleeces, limited edition yarns and roving
Tilden Shop, Tildon Yamamoto, Whitehall, Montana ~ Demo Booth
Demonstration informational booth about the last original American denim, handmade jeans and other woven goods made on at a time.
Red Apron Catering, Cindy Brennan, Whitehall Montana
She will be serving Breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks.
Ruby Mountain Massage, Jaclyn Wolf-Taylor, Sheridan, Montana