This list includes our vendors who are trying to stay in business, but don't have the internet connectivty to create a virtual booth this year. You can contact them from their listing info, and we hope you connect with them and their fine products.
REGISTER NOW to gain access to our Vendor Directory and Participating Vendors with virtual booths that you can "visit" for live, interactive video conferencing. 

$5 Entry Ticket gets you access to all of them. They'll be using Zoom or Facebook LIVE to connect with you via your computer or smart phone or tablet. Just add their Live Virtual Booth sessions to your schedule, and you can wander in and out of booths during their open hours during the festival.

Brenda Rosenbaum
Mayan Hands Foundation
Brenda Rosenbaum
Mayan Hands is a fair trade non-profit organization that partners with talented Maya women artisans in their quest to bring their families out of extreme poverty as they continue to live within the culture they cherish. Their beautiful handmade products include handwoven accessories like scarves and handbags, table linens, pine needle baskets and felted wool animals and ornaments.
+1 518-729-1900

McGrath Cheese Co. - NEW in 2019
Colin McGrath

Melissa Jean Design
Melissa Tompkins-Stahl
handmade porcelain buttons, metal, wood and tagua buttons, clasps, patterns, stitch markers, knitting kits, button
+1 315-673-0706

Kira Wizner
Merritt Bookstore
Kira Wizner
The Merritt Bookstore is proud to host the author signings at the festival, in Bldg B. With a full selection of crafting books and other titles of interest, our Tales of Yarn Speaking Series and more. Join us to meet authors and craftspeople, and have books signed!
+1 845-677-5857

Millpoint Emporium
Michael Easterly
tools for spinners, weavers, needle felting, fiber arts jewelry, handcrafted tools, shawl pins, loom, niddy noddy, nostepinde, nostepinne, shuttle, tapestry bobbin
+1 518-842-1824

Miriam Carter - Feltmaker
Miriam Carter
handmade wool felt hats, scarves, clothing
+1 603-563-8046

Babs Ausherman
Miss Babs Hand-Dyed Yarns & Fibers
Babs Ausherman
Miss Babs offers a wide variety of yarn bases from lace to DK to chunky in a stunning range of colorways. Between our semi-solids, repeatable variegated colors (Babettes), and one of a kind colors (Wild Irises) we hope to have the right color for your next project. We dye sturdy sock yarns, superwash Merino wool like Yowza and Yummy 2-Ply, luxury cashmere blends like Sojourn, Kunlun, and Caroline; BFL Katahdin; Gradient Sets, mini-skeins, and more. We also stock a wide assortment of knitting needles, notions, stitch markers, and project bags on our website.

We love seeing the colors that occur in nature and playing off them to create yarns that evoke the emotional impact of the natural world. We are always happy to help pick out the appropriate yarn base or color for your upcoming project and continually work with designers to create new patterns that are perfect for our yarns.
+1 423-727-0670

Jean Walsh
Mohawk Valley Suffolks
Jean T, Walsh
framed sheep art, sheep/border collie toys, misc. sheep & border collie items, spices, herbs, natural moth repellant, oils
+1 315-858-6042

Erin Pirro
Morehouse Farm LLC
Erin Pirro / Albrecht Pichler
Morehouse Farm is the first superfine Merino sheep farm in America. Located in the heart of NY's Hudson Valley, we've been breeding Merinos and spinning their super soft yarn since 1983. With 5 bases and over 118 color ways, you've got a whole palette to choose from! Take a look through the Morehouse Originals - sweaters, shawls, scarves, hats, mittens - and our exclusive Critters for Knitters, all of which come in a handy kit with everything you need for your project. And don't forget to join the Morehouse Merino Flock, our online knit along group which focuses on learning and building our knitting toolboxes with a different project every month in the company of supportive knitters. Check our booth schedule at for events and our attendees-only specials!
+1 845-758-3710

Dianne Six
Morning Moon Alpacas
Dianne Six
We have oodles of lovely alpaca yarns to choose from. We have been raising alpacas for 21 years now and have produced amazing fiber that we have turned into yarn and dye for your knitting, crocheting and weaving pleasure. We have many blends that include merino, silk and angora rabbit. We offer fingering, worsted , and lace weights. For those who have visited our NY S&W booth in the past, welcome back. We look forward to being back with you in person next October.
+1 540-270-1500

Mountain Weaver - Sandy Salada, Mary Ann Hoffay
Sandy Salada, Mary Ann Hoffay
Many one-of-a-kind hand woven items, cotton towels, bamboo/llama handwoven items. Basket Weaving . Colorful and many designs.
+1 518-283-1873

Patricia Coon
Mt.Rutsen Studio & Raisin’ Cane
Patricia Coon
Mt. Rutsen Studio and Raisin’ Cane specializes in Handpainted wool, Raisin' Cane handwoven splint
Baskets, fair trade baskets, knitting tools &
accessories, and is the home of the "Yarn Carousel", shawl pins, other knitting related items and numerous types of stitch markers! Located in Rhinebeck NY, You can find MtRutsenStudio on Etsy, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram and Pat is Crewmom on Ravelry.
+1 845-625-7024

Muffy Kashkin Grollier
Muffy Kashkin Grollier
Muffy Kashkin Grollier
+1 802-948-2561

Kristine Andrews
Naturally Inspired
Kristine Myrick Andrews
handwoven baskets in traditional New England styles, rattan, oak, pine
+1 802-352-4734

Natural Specialties
Andrea Schnepf
soap, yarn, finished products
+1 978-771-9569

Naumann Angoras
Bonnie and Dale Naumann
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.
+1 830-796-7429

Marilou Schultz
Navajo Weavings & Supplies
Marilou Schultz
Marilou Schultz, is a renowned Navajo weaver from the Navajo Nation, specialized in both traditional and contemporary weavings using handspun Navajo Churro. She likes to experiments with her designs as well as in the dyeing of the yarns. Marilou participates in the annual SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe, NM as well as the Heard Indian Fair, Phx, AZ; Maryland Sheep & Wool, New York Sheep & Wool, and the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool. She is employed by Mesa Pubic Schools as a junior high school teacher and teaches weaving on the side.
+1 480-416-9401

Karida Collins
Neighborhood Fiber Co.
Karida Collins
Neighborhood Fiber Co. specializes in vibrant, one-of-a-kind colors inspired by urban landscapes. We make 16 different types of yarn in nearly 60 colors, all by hand, in a historic firehouse in downtown Baltimore.
+1 410-989-3770

Robin Nistock
Nistock Farms
Robin Nistock
Self-raised. Cotswold wool offered as natural and dyed roving, yarn, locks, spinning batts and finished woven blankets! Beautiful and sturdy fiber tools - skein winders, blending boards, Quad Kate lazy kate, frames for punch needle, Oxford punch and rug hooking! Natural and dyed silk in several forms. Books, moth repellant essential oils, wool quilt batting, angelina and firestar, and other fun sheepy stuff!
+1 607-522-4374

No Repeats Fiberworks-A Riot of Color
Jo Eaton
No Repeats Fiberworks and Integrity Wenseleydales will be sharing a booth. Jo Eaton, of No Repeats, is a Traditional Artist in the fiber arts and has been found at Craft and Folk festivals from Maine to North Carolina. Since the age of seven she has crocheted, sewn and knit. Her love is color and bringing happiness to long dark winters through hats with bold stripes, great textures, flowers and landscapes.<br />Nan Dube Fickett breeds Integrity Wensleydales, one of the <br />English long wool breeds with luscious, beautiful locks. More about this farm and breed is at
+1 207-553-0277

Lindsay Chandler
Northern Vermont Llama Co
Lindsay A. Chandler. Jessica Dillner
All Things Llama! From fleece to rovings to yarn. Finished items, hats , scarves, cowls, & mitts. An abundance of ornaments! Unique handmade Llama Llovables stuffed animals. Llama fiber is self-raised and alpaca is from local farms.
+1 802-644-2257

Oasis Farm Fiber Mill
Diane Knowlen
Self-raised Angora blend yarns, sock kits, original patterns
+1 207-539-4604

Oasis Yarns
Victoria Clayton

Pamela Barich
Otavalo Textiles
Pam Barich
imported alpaca goods from Ecuador. Such as alpaca scarves, blankets (full & queen), ponchos, and shawls. Also, a beautiful line of jewelry (necklaces, earrings, bracelets) made from Tagua nut, which grows on the coast of Ecuador.
+1 845-797-3007

Outback Survival Gear
Mick Rodgers

Jocelyn Tunney
Jocelyn J. Tunney
US-manufactured yarns made with certified-organic, organic, and locally sourced fibers. Affordable and beautiful, with fantastic patterns to go with! Certified-organic machine washable merino yarns in fingering, sport, worsted and chunky, and regular certified-organic merino and merino-blend yarns.
+1 716-609-3005

Beth Lutz
Painted Spring Farm Alpacas
Beth Lutz
We have been raising alpacas in South Central PA since 2001. We love color and add beautiful hues to our farm-raised, home-grown alpaca yarns and rovings. Great kits and project ideas. Handmade soaps, jewelry and socks! Something new every year!
+1 717-891-8060

Sarah McNamara
Paisley Studio
Sarah McNamara
rug hooking supplies, hand hooked wool rugs, wool folk art, needle punch supplies, out-of-print fiber art books & magazines
+1 631-477-9723

Greta Dise
Persimmon Tree Farm
Greta Lynne Dise
Contact me through FB Group OR MESSENGER Greta Lynne Dise
Open 7:00AM-5PM All Days. EVERYDAY

Hand dyed Custom and commercial spun yarn with pattern support. Raw, washed, dyed mohair. Hand knit finished items. Roving
+1 717-891-0716

CaraLeigh Wilson
Point of View Farm
Caraleigh and Sten Wilson
A small family owned and operated farm right outside Rhinebeck, New York specializing in self-raised Finnsheep. We showcase naturally pasture raised FINNSHEEP products from our farm. We will be offering our ribbon winning raw fleece, dyed locks, wool roving (both natural and hand dyed). We have natural colored and hand dyed sock, fingering and worsted weight finnsheep yarns, finnsheep yarns on cones for weavers, 100% wool dryer balls, finnsheep wool filled bedding such as comforters and pillows. We also have shearling finnsheep sheepskins (machine washable), lambskins, finnsheep wool socks (terry loop and stockinette knit) and handmade finnsheep milk soaps with shea and cocoa butter added. USDA inspected and cryovac packaged all natural grass fed finnsheep lamb meat from our farm (can be shipped 2 day in our custom coolers or picked up at the farm). In addition, you will also find real New York Maple Syrup, our signature lock spun handmade art yarns, hand dyed yarns (including 100% silk), as well as raw honey from the Bees that live at the farm in our hives. This year our farm is again honored to be featured by Kristy Glass Knits and offering USA made Spinolution spinning wheels. Back for 2020 are our signature unicorn sparkle drop spindles which you can only find at Point of View Farm (because we make them ourselves). Complete Farm Wool Products and uber local food.
+1 845-868-4140

Jesse Jezewski
Jesse Jezewsk, i Diane Jezewski, Seth Hayton
Brown Sheep mill seconds and discontinued yarn starting @$4.50 per skein, Lamb's Pride in Bulky and Worsted Wt. We also carry Naturespun, Lana Loft, Burly Spun, Lana Loft, Wildfoote, Cotton Fleece, Superwash, Dye Hanks and More all at low low prices. Fiber, patterns galore, felted hats, buttons and more fare.
+1 585-728-5667

Amanda Barcenas
Prado de Lana Sheep Farm - NEW in 2019
Amanda Barcenas
All of our products are 100% pure breed wool, meaning they are not blended with other fibers from other breeds or other natural fibers, and will be offered in an array of natural colors and weights for all of your crocheting, knitting and weaving needs. For the handspinner and the felter, roving and individual locks will be available to purchase. Our sheep are coated to ensure the cleanest fleeces possible. Each yarn is small batch and can be traced back to the individual sheep that it came from. Sustainable, traceable, one of a kind yarn and wool products are of great importance to us.
+1 610-233-8105

Primrose Yarn Co
Kelsey Stephens
high quality hand dyed yarn, project bags, hand painted ceramic yarn bowls
+1 717-887-3537

Christopher Dykes
Project Handwork
Christopher Dykes
A year-long look and who we are, how we work, and what we are working on, told through simple photos.
+1 918-772-6383

Pucker Brush Farm
Pam Bryan
spinning fiber, hand dyed yarn, hand spun yarn, spinning equipment, pet toys, pet bisuits, gourds
+1 724-726-0435

Johanna Richardson
Purple Hummingbird Woolens
Johanna Richardson
Knitted and felted woolens for whole family, socks, hats, mittens, slippers, zip-up vests, silk scarves, playmats, wristers, leg warmers
+1 603-762-1663

Rams Horn, The
Jim & Beth Boyle
sheep, rural and textile related jewelry handmade by owners
+1 716-789-5804

David Stensland
RedMaple Sportswear
David Stensland, Mel Vassey, Mendy Howell, Melanie Graham, Jena Becker Virtual shopping booth all weekend with FREE SHIPPING! Alpaca & Sheep themed socks, sweaters, gifts, crafting supplies, & felted ornaments.
+1 888-748-0022

Red Staggerwing
Lisa DeMio

Robin Leone
Robin's Hoods
Robin’s Hoods
Hand felted designer hats. Robin’s Hoods, where fashion and function collide!
+1 802-279-0137

Anita Carr
Rosespring Farm
Anita Carr, Connie Race
We will be offering questions answered by phone call at 435-241-9466 or thru Facebook. Or thru email or - self-raised, fiber, lotions, soaps, yarn, baskets, shawls, jackets, hats, cat beds, dryer balls, purses, totes, Harris Tweed bags, rugs, mittens made from wool sweaters, felted animals
+1 610-869-3120

Saratoga Llamas
Linda and Tony Woods
hand spun, llama yarn, roving, hand knit scarves, hats
+1 518-587-5140

Kallie Robertson
Sawkill Farm
Kallie Robertson
We are a family farm in northern Dutchess County, New York, that raises wholesome and delicious meat. We sell grass-fed beef & lamb, pastured pork & poultry, fresh eggs and added value products such as hand made tallow soaps, lamb pelts (skeepskins) and yarn from our own wool. Our farm store is open year-round so please visit us at the farm or our markets in New York City. self-raised, Food
+1 845-594-5927

Serendipity Farm's Studio
Mary Scott
+1 757-651-2632

Nancy Morey
Shadeyside Fibers LLC
Nancy Morey
wool in all forms, silk and silk blend fiber tops, bamboo tops (bast, viscose, and carbonized), yak and yak blend tops, camel and camel blend tops, rainbow dyed tops and fibers, hand knit hats and mittens, woven scarves
+1 607-843-8243

Sheep Frills
Susan Bates
herbal moth away, repellant, wool handknit garments, hooking supplies, kits
+1 978-340-7869

Conni Togel
Sheep Incognito by Conni Togel (Charisma Art Gallery LLC)
Conni Togel
Sheep Incognito Art, Original whimsical sheep paintings, Gifts, Calendars, Prints, and home decor items.
+1 864-634-2150

Patricia Bownas
Sheepish Expressions
Pat Bownas
Handwoven towels, scarves, shawls, bread cloths, and more.
+1 845-473-5446

Donna Carlstrom
Donna Carlstrom
Lots of exciting new fibers this year for Rhinebeck , My own exclusive sheepshed pottery, mugs, baking dishes all oven safe. New yarns just in merino/yak come and see us Donna Carlstrom Sheepshed
+1 978-686-2981

Sheep Skins and More
Steven Shulkin