alpacas at the Two by Two Alpaca Booth at Fiber College
|Two by Two Alpacas
202 Forest Rd.
Lyndeborough, NH 03082
Raw alpaca fleece, alpaca
rovings natural colored and hand dyed, hand spun yarns, woven items
made from hand spun/dyed yarns.
An ashford Kiwi to
deomonstrate hand spinning
|Stray Notions & Lady Dye Fiber Arts and Design
Sharon Fischer & Diane Ivey
56 Bower St1
Medford, MA 02155
Lady Dye Fiber Arts and Design-
handspun and naturally dyed eco friendly yarns
Stray Notions -
Tools and cases and totes designed by and for fiber artists - (project
bags, needlerolls, knitting bags, pincushions, needlebooks, lanyards)
as well as ready to use recycled felted fabric.
We may also offer a selection of hand thrown yarn bowls.
Diane will demonstrate spinning and specifically color blending.
Demo dying available.
Sharon will demonstrate embroidery/applique.
from Sharon just
does on her show
| Purplebean Bindery
520 Brighton Ave
Portland, ME 04102
One of a kind, hand-bound books: journals,
sketchbooks, notepads, notebooks, day books.
at Fiber Arts
1287 N Main St.
Fall River, MA 02720
Hand dyed first quality and reclaimed yarns and fibers for spinning or
drafting, spindle spinning and knitting directly from the pulled roving
of silk Matawa (hankies)
Log Cabin Lamb & Wool
romney/natural sheep/ navajo churro - fleece, roveing, handspun yarn,
lamb, breeding stock.
spinning and discussions on raising sheep for fiber.
|Mrs. Gray's Buttons 338
17 Chelsea Lane
Belfast, ME 04915
Vintage Collectable Buttons
Show and discuss Buttons
|String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn
132 Beech Hill Rd
Blue Hill, ME 04476
String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn and fiber, locally made buttons, hand dyed
fiber and yarn. Undyed fiber. Commercially dyed merino, merino/silk,
and silk. Drum carded batts. Greener Shades and Botanical Colors dye
kits. Needle felting supplies.
Wrinkle in Thyme Farm
Marty Elkin &
106 Black Mtn. Rd.
Mohair, Angora/ Finn Blend. 100% wool from their own animals (90%
Needlefelting Kits, Fiber Art and Patterns for Needlefelting with Hand
Needlefelting- including but not limited
to landscapes and Crockpot dying verigated roving.
25 Ingraham Dr
Owls Head, ME 04854
Handspun yarn, hand dyed roving,
hand carded batts, fresh fleece for carding/felting/spinning. Some
handmade finished items.
Spinning! Spinning on a wheel
& drop spindle. Hopes to bring Angora(s).
343 Hope Rd
Lincolnville, ME 04849
Products: Rug hooking frames
Rug hooking Kits
Demonstration: Demonstrations of Rug hooking
Susan Barrett Merrill
1643 Coastal Rd
Brooksville, ME 04617
Products: Handwoven Masks, handwoven earrings, handmade
Products: The Merlin Tree sells its own ultra portable spinning
wheel, the HitchHiker and RoadBug. Additionally we offer a folding
version of the Ashford Kiwi, antique wheels and some related small
Demonstrations: We are always spinning in our
booth area and offer a quick lesson for beginning spinners.
|Stephen Willette, Cabinetmaker
& Linda Willette
30 Hammond Road
Milford, NH 03055
Products: Hand-turned knitting needles,
crotchet hooks, nostepinnes, yarn bowls, Tunisian hooks, button bowls,
wooden buttons, lucets and shawl pins.
Demonstration: Hand-turned wooden buttons.
|Fields Edge Farm
Arthur Grant &
477 Fish Street
Leeds, ME 04263
Clun Forest wool - raw fleeces, washed and carded batts, roving,
specialty batts, hand spun yarns, mill spun yarns, handpainted yarns,
Knitting Nancys (all items handmade on our farm), children's knitting
kits, handmade buttons, stitch markers, various hand knit items.
Demonstration: Handspinning on my upright wheel and creating
specialty batts on a drumcarder.
Jackie Ottino Graf
115 main st North
Searsmont, ME 04973
Products: Natural dyes, naturally dyed fibers,
batts, top, handspun yarns, hand knit whimsy
725 Camden Rd
Hope, ME 04847
roving, knitted pieces, knitting patterns, and felted pieces. All
of our pieces are produced from Maine wool and created here in Hope.
394 Hio Ridge Road
Denmark, ME 04022
Products: Hand dyed
yarns and roving, patterns, spinning and weaving tools,
cards, finished goods, dyes, and kits.
Demo: Kumihimo, tapestry weaving,
|Misty Acres Alpaca Farm
West River Rd
Products: Alpaca fiber products from roving,
yarns, to finished products
Animals: Alpacas on site and be there to discuss
aspects of the alpaca farm business
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