Check out our growing list of CFF 2014 vendors.
Vendor • Location • Information
Apple Hill Farm • Banner Elk, NC • Alpaca yarn, patterns and socks.
Apple Tree Knits • Somerset, NJ • Hand-dyed luxury yarns in gradients, semi-solids, variegated and hand-painted.
Avillion Farm • Efland, NC • Yarns and roving from fibers of sheep, goats and rabbits.
Carolina Alpaca Breeders & Owners (CABO) • Tega Cay, SC • Alpaca fiber, garments, skeins and roving.
Common Thread Weaving Studio • Sanford, NC • Handwoven items: scarves, baby blankets, dish towels, place mats, purses and totes.
Cozy Rabbit Farm • Swedesboro, NJ • Hand-spun angora yarns, handmade hats and scarves.
Echoview Fiber Mill • Weaverville, NC • Yarn, fiber products, handmade accessories and knitting supplies.
Ellyn Cooper’s Yarn Sonnets • Sprague, CT • Hand-dyed yarns, garments, buttons and patterns.
Empty Pockets Alpaca Farm • Climax, NC • Alpaca yarn, wearable alpaca items, roving and batts in natural colors as well as hand-dyed beautiful colors.
Especially For Ewe • Youngsville, NC • Needle and wet felting kits and supplies.
Ewephoric Fibers • Gainesville, FL • Roving, yarn.
Heelside Farms • Four Oaks, NC • Wool fiber for spinning and felting.
Henceforth Yarns • Cullowhee, NC • Hand-dyed silk yarns for the weaver, knitter, crocheter, embroiderer. Finished handwoven silk wearables. Kits, warps, skeins.
Hermes Alpacas • Midlothian, VA • Alpaca yarns and products, felted soaps.
Humbug Farm • Holly Springs, NC • Goats milk soap, wool blankets, yarn and lap quilts.
Kismet Fiber Works • Finncastle, VA • Exquisite hand-dyed yarn and roving.
Knitting Notions • Nashville, TN • Quality yarn handling tools and hand-dyed yarns.
MAV Design Concepts • Wake Forest, NC • 100% California pima cotton and North Carolina cotton yarn spun at NCSU, hand-dyed in Wake Forest. Machine knitted pima cotton apparel.
Misty Mountain Farm • Amissville, VA • Spinning and weaving equipment and fibers.
Muddy Heart • Cary, NC • Handmade yarn bowls, stitch markers, diz, wood and porcelain spindles, home and gift ceramics.
Rare Find Farm • New Hill, NC • Wool and various types of roving, yarn, ProChem dyes, sheep skins and some finished products, fleeces.
Ross Farm Fibers • Eighty Four, PA • Yarn from heritage and rare breed sheep.
Sheepish Creations • Huntersville, NC • Dyed fibers for hand spinning, knitting, felting and crocheting.
Stony Hill Fiber Arts • Tryon, NC • US Grown & processed organic cotton knitting yarns and painless patterns.
Taylored Fibers • Bowie, MD • Hand-dyed yarn, top and roving.
The Tail Spinner • Richlands, NC • Spinning wheels, looms, fiber, yarn and related equipment.
Three Sheeps 2 the Wind • Spring Hope, NC • Wool, sheep and alpaca fleeces, roving, yarn, hand-dyed, hand-spun and pottery.
Twin Birch Products • Siler City, NC • Handcrafted birchwood knitting needles, crochet hooks, handwoven fairtrade market baskets.
Unique Designs by Kathryn • Woodbine, MD • Hand-spun traditional and art yarn, spinning and felting batts and roving, original patterns from her animals’ fiber: angora goats, alpacas, merinos and shetlands.
Unplanned Peacock Studio • Ferrum, VA • Hand-dyed yarns and fiber.
Wandering Wool • Washington, DC • Hand-dyed wool and wool blend yarns in semi-solid, variegated and gradient colors; handmade project bags, knitting patterns and notions.
Wolle’s Yarn Creations • Gordonsville, VA • Color changing cotton yarn.
We’re accepting workshop proposals for 2014.
If you would like to be a vendor, please complete the vendor application and submit it no later than November 1, 2013.