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.

Sue Coffrin
Adirondack Yarns, Inc
Sue Coffrin
A large selection of Woolfolk Yarns, Donegal Tweed, Euroflax and our own hand dyed Spirited Fibers.
+1 518-524-3062

Althea Bilodeau Lamb
Althea Bilodeau
Merino Felt Silk Garments Wearable Art
+1 802-272-5712

Marianne Dube
American Coopworth Registry
EVERYTHING COOPWORTH is our members’ breed specific cooperative. All products are self-raised and produced by members with the help of their lovely, lustrous, longwool Coopworth sheep. Shop here for natural colored and hand-dyed roving, felting fiber and yarns. Gorgeous sheepskins, finished goods and fun gifts for your fur babies, too.

Lucille Festa
American Country Rugs
Lucille B Festa
Primitive rug-hooking supplies, wool, patterns, sundries
+1 802-325-2543

Ancient Textiles
Sara Burnett
india, indonesia, thailand,uzbekistan, turkey,natural dyes,block print,ikat,shibori weaving, felt, scarves, shawl,clothing,textiles
+1 585-554-3540

Angoraonline
Marlene Cicalese
self-raised, handspun yarn, hand dyed, angora rabbit, yarn, art yarn, roving, spindel, sock yarn, novelty yarn, textured yarn, mixed fiber yarn, handspun yarn, hand dyed yarn, angora rabbit roving, silk and angora yarn, beaded yarn, crochet or knit scarf, hat, headband, fingerless mittens
+1 856-685-6373

Susan Bean
A Slice of Heaven Alpacas/Simply Natural Alpaca Gift Shop, FeltLOOM Dealer(Susan Bean) and Stramba Alpaca Farm and Fiber Mill, FeltLOOM Dealer(Terri Stramba)
Susan Bean, Terri Stramba
Our FeltLOOM booth was in building 39, Booth#3. The FeltLOOM is a needle felting machine that turns fiber into fabric, but you can also repurpose fabric by adding fiber to it, creating a whole new dimension. You can felt fiber on to something as delicate as silk or lace and felt fiber just shy of 1/2 inch in thickness to make a piece of felt. At Rhinebeck, we demonstrated on the FeltLOOM Lexi which is a 36 inch portable machine. The Pro Series ranges from 36 to 72 inches. We can teach you and give you hands on experience in using the FeltLOOM. Just use your imagination and see what you can do with the FeltLOOM! We are both dealers for the FeltLOOM and will help you in choosing the right machine for your needs. We are also selling the items we have made on the FeltLOOM which will be posted.
+1 716-499-0494

Julie Lambert
Athena Spinning
Mark and Julie Lambert
Athena Spinning manufactures hardwood portable spinning wheels, lazy kates and accessories. All of our wheels are made by hand using combinations of maple, black walnut, mesquite and purpleheart. 3 six-ounce bobbins are included in the purchase price. 4 and 8 ounce bobbins are also available. The wheels disassemble in under a minute and will fit in a tote bag.
We are running a virtual show special featuring 10% off of our products and free shipping.
+1 720-432-5660

A Touch of Twist
Steve Ableman
spinning, weaving, fiber arts supplies, Chiaogoo needles
+1 518-864-5885

Harriet Knox
Autumn House Farm - Fiberworks
Harriet Knox, Victoria Dicken
self-raised, roving, yarns, patterns, fleeces, prints, mugs, shawl pins, woven garments, hand dyed.
Autumn House Farm & Fiberworks
Vid: https://youtu.be/coKH_VsAWmQ

For over 40 years, we at Autumn House Farm and Fiberworks have been committed to producing the finest natural and hand-painted artisan yarn and roving. We are proud to design our own knitting patterns, fiber-related fine art prints, and gifts for knitters and spinners. We are a dealer for Kromski and Louet and offer a variety of spinning, weaving, and knitting products and workshops. And, we are excited to announce that we’ve just opened a second store in Punxsutawney. Drop on by and see all we have to offer. We are Where Yarn is Born!
+1 724-286-9462

Karen Schlossberg
Avalon Springs Farm
Karen Schlossberg
Avalon Springs Farm is a small fiber farm and indie dye art studio. Karen J Schlossberg is the dye artist, and Karen and her family are the farmers. We have alpaca, llama, and angora goats mainly. We produce yarn, roving, fleece, felt, kits, patterns and some finished goods. Our yarn is both ours and local farm fibers cottage milled; Karen also does dye work on commercial base yarns. Karen is passionate about color, texture, and your happiness! "New in 2017" , "Self-raised"
+1 443-277-5670

BaahBoots - NEW in 2019
Elena Anderson

Bartlettyarns Inc.
Bartlettyarns
Susan and Lindsey Rice
Bartlettyarns offers wholesale, retail and custom processing services of all fibers. Famous for our 100% wool yarns and rovings-Bartlettyarns offers its customers a ewenique yarn-as we are the last remaining spinning mule (jenny) remaining in the United States of America-This summer we were chosen to represent the State of Maine as part of the Made in America Showcase. Our processing services include washing, carding and spinning. One can receive their own fiber back and is known as our guaranteed processing line. Other customers opt for our traditional processing which allows them to trade wool along with a processing fee to gain access to our traditional lines of yarns and rovings. We also have an exchange program for our blankets as well. Ammy will be set up outside the gate for dropping fiber off-come experience the Bartlettyarns way! Have additional questions about our services, a quick email to sales@bartlettyarns.com will quickly answer them! We have no minimums for washing (we have a state of the art washing system (plant developed by MIT) and drying system) and carding services and do offer a slight discount when these services are combined. We do have minimums for spinning-it is best to contact Lindsey directly, also at sales@bartlettyarns.com We Work Wool everyday, have reasonable turn around times and would enjoy working with you and your fiber needs.Inside the gate you will find our retail location loaded with lots of our yarns, rovings and products, including knitwear and blankets. Our special this year is to purchase 5 bags of our round roving 1/2 packages and receive the 6th free! Come say hello and experience the Bartlett Way!Can't make it to the show, NO PROBLEM...contact us to see where we are next or come join us in Maine for the Holiday at the Mill....November 29, 30th and December 1st! Details will be posted on Facebook/Instagram. Thank you!Each summer, our Annual Open House is held! It is always the first Friday and Saturday of August. Free mill tours for all along with the mill store being open both days! Join us for this historical, beautiful tour of antique machinery and history in action!
+1 207-683-2251

Mary Jeanne Packer
Battenkill Fibers Carding and Spinning Mill
Mary Jeanne Packer
Custom yarn and roving processing services - your own fiber back, regardless of size of order! We spin semi-worsted - resulting in softest possible yarn from all breeds, specializing in longwools and mohair. Indy dyers - we source wool, alpaca, and other fibers locally and from farms across the US for use in making your one-of-a-kind base yarns. Selling in our booth/on-line shop: mill ends of yarn in skeins and cones, woven and felted items, and our popular machine-knit fingerless gloves.
+1 518-692-2700

Lisa Konnerth
Bay Haven Short Tails
Lisa Konnerth
Self-raised, yarn, rovingWe are a small fiber farm located on the beautiful south shore of Long Island. We raise English Angora rabbits and Finnish Landrace sheep. We believe in feeding quality food and raising our animals with great care in a loving environment. We are proud to offer a quality fiber and yarns for the spinner and knitter.
+1 631-786-9811

Jean Glass
Bead Biz
At Bead Biz we specialize in beads, kits, patterns and tools for all things fiber with beads.
We love helping you to create pieces that reflect your personality that’s why we have loads of colorways for you to choose from. You can even set up a private skype call and we’ll help you select any combination of yarn and beads from our huge selection. Even with social distancing, we’re committed to the great customer service you’ve come to expect from us! We know that bringing a little bling to your project is why fiber is #BetterWithBeads http://beadbiz.org
+1 504-220-0835

Peggy Hart
Bedfellows Blankets
Peggy Hart
WQoven cotton and wool blankets, custom weaving for sheep farmers, cotton placemats, rag rugs, workshops and lectures. Author of Wool: Unraveling an American Story of Artisans and Innovation
+1 413-625-2730

Kevin Schumann
Berry Meadow Farm
Kevin & Carole Schumann
Berry Meadow Farm, owned by knitwear designer Carole Schumann and her husband Kevin, is located on 110 acres in Orwell Vermont. Our farm is home to our herd of Alpacas and flock of Rambouillet and Romeldale sheep. Our focus is self-raised fiber and of course...knitting and crocheting! We produce our own Berry Meadow Yarn, knitting & crochet kits, and knitting & crochet patterns. Our kits are packaged in sustainable packaging which is unique and reusable. Check out this year's new kits and yarn!
+1 908-507-2461

Deirdre Bialo-Padin
Bialo Padin Designs
Deirdre Bialo-Padin
I am a Brooklyn based metalsmith and jeweler. I am also an avid knitter. In addition to my hand fabricated jewelry and and accessories, I make accessories and and tools for the fiber community including a wide variety of shawl pins, stitch markers, and my handmade cable needles (which were featured in the Fall 2019 edition of Knitscene Magazine). During the Zoom Virtual Vendor Marketplace sessions, I will be available to model items, take additional photos, answer questions, make suggestions, take special orders. I will also do some demonstrations.

Biltmore Wool Barn
Kathy mealy
fiber mill, yarn, roving
+1 508-385-6114

Bitsy Cohen
BitsyKnits Fiber Arts
Bitsy Cohen
Your Pop-up Fiber Shop at the festival featuring indie dyed yarns and fibers, jewelry for fiber enthusiasts, original knitting patterns created by artist Bitsy Cohen along with hundreds of our own branded goodies and gadgets. Hand dyed, Yarn, Fiber, Gradients, Kits, Patterns, Books, Knit, Crochet, Spin, Felt, Lace, Needles, Hooks, Tools, KnitPicks, Yarn Bowls, Swifts, Winders, Markers, Jewelry, Spinolution, Malcolm Fielding Spindles, Zippy Pins
+1 484-201-1104

Bittersweet Baskets & Homestead Handles
Pat Vogler
Explore the shop where we make leather handles for bags and baskets.We also carry books, patterns, bag finishing hardware plus basket weaving supplies.
+1 636-456-4450

Bittersweet Ridge
Rose Garbien
Rose Garbien, German angora rabbits, handcrafted soap, locker hooking, needle felting
+1 860-355-2644

Black Oak Wool Company
Carol Oswald
sheepskin slippers
+1 315-536-6597

Black Wolf Fibers
Wendy Tyler
TBA

Blue Seal Feeds
Ashley Hedis-Battick
TBA

bonny's beasts and birds - NEW in 2019
Bonny Hall
TBA

Katy Wolfe
Boondoggle Farm
Katy Wolfe, Greta Wolfe
Finn fleeces, lambswool, yarn, cashmere yarn, sheepskins, naturally dyed yarn, knitting kits, woven and knitted items.
+1 802-557-1163

Sheila Bosworth
Bosworth Spindles
Jonathan & Sheila Bosworth
We make top-whorl spindles in domestic / exotic woods, charkhas, Journey Wheels, niddy-noddies, and boat shuttles. We also have Wood Beams, Everything Balm, tutorial books & DVDs, accessories / bags for charkhas & JWs, and more.
+1 978-264-0584

Jody McKenzie
Botanical Shades
Jody McKenzie Harris
natural dyed yarns, natural dyed fleece, New England wool, hand-dyed yarns, plant dyes, natural dye extracts, buttons, handwoven blankets with naturally dyed yarns
+1 207-522-5701

kimm branch
branchhomestead
Kimm Branch
Our goal is to encourage less waste. We make reusable bags and containers to take to the market and store your produce in. Using the same fabric we make vegan leather wearable products. The material used is 100% plant fiber and machine washable. All products are handmade in Rochester with biodegradable fabric from Germany.

Chris Roosien
Briar Rose Fibers, LLC
Chris Roosien, Roger Roosien, Amy Peterman
Our booth will have hand painted wool and wool blend yarns, such as Fourth of July, Sea Pearl, Sonoma, Charity, Abundance and many others. We have new samples to show you and we will offer a discount this year (2020), for your online shopping experience.
+1 616-554-4900

Kristin Axtman
Brooklyn Haberdashery
Kristin Axtman, Anthony Francis, Paige Sato
Curated selection of tools and supplies including fine scissors, wool felt pouches and needle cases, project bags, embroidery kits, and notions. We are also the U.S. distributor for the super-popular Cohana products from Japan.

Browder's Birds, LLC - NEW in 2019
Chris Browder
+1 631-477-6523

Claudia Teachman
Brown Bunny Pottery
Claudia Teachman
Unique, individually handcrafted functional and sculptural stoneware and porcelain pottery with an animal motif. Mugs, bowls, vases, yarn bowls, salt and pepper sets, salt cellars, soap dispensers, rabbit, hedgehog, sheep, rooster banks. Made in Vermont. One of a kind.
+1 802-451-9781

Buckwheat Bridge Angoras
Dan Melamed
TBA
+1 518-320-5066

Carissa Troia
Bumblebee Acres Farm
Carissa, Sam, Sarah, Hailianna, and Joey
We artistically hand-dye our yarn in small batches, using a variety of techniques to create uniquely blended colorways with incredible depth. Our hand dyed yarns are dyed on a variety of weights and blends, all ethically sourced, so you can find something for any project and feel good about working with it! We also create our own knit and crochet patterns that compliment our favorite yarn bases. You can find kits in our online shop, as well as dyed-to-order and ready to ship items! Since our focus is on small batches, we are constantly updating our shop with new colorways! Get on our newsletter or social media to keep an eye out for our next release! Let us inspire your next woolly adventure!

Burgis Brook Alpacas
Alisa & Mark Mierzejewski
A Connecticut Alpaca Farm. Breeding, Selling and Fiber Production. Fleeces, yarns and rovings... farm raised and milled in Connecticut. Natural colors & plant-dyed yarns available. Knit, felt, crochet, wovens. Follow Us:Facebook Page Instagram Pageknit, crochet, weave, handspinning, felting, indie dyer, hand dyed yarn, yarn, roving , plant-dyed, natural colors.A Connecticut Alpaca Farm. Breeding, Selling and Fiber Production. Fleeces, yarns and rovings... farm raised and milled in Connecticut. Natural colors & plant-dyed yarns available. Knit, felt, crochet, wovens. Follow Us:Facebook Page Instagram Page
+1 860-389-1650

Karen Capobianco
Capobianco Designs
Karen Capobianco
A new direction for fiber tools. These are not your grandmothers tools. We make beautiful knitting gauges, measuring tools, lucets, that are wearable as jewelry making the perfect portable yet fashionable tools. We also carry a line of hardwood hand Kumihimos starting as min 2" disks all the way up to 11" disks, these tools accomodate everything from thin fiber threads to chunky yarns. We also have ergonmic Kumihimo table looms called Mauradia. All of our tools are beautiful pieces of art, check out our Bird shaped Lucets, and Rabbit Lucet and pompom makers. You can go out anywhere wearing these beautiful jewelry pieces while keeping your needed tools right in your reach ready to use. No more fumbling caring extra bags. Here is where luxury and function merge for the modern fiber maker. This is your time, your tools , and they are eco friendly, made locally. Experience your generation of fiber tools at their best!
+1 845-389-3254

Caroline Hershey
Carodan Farm Wool Shop
Caroline Hershey, Dan Hershey
We are located on Chincoteague Island, VA and have our own hand dyed yarns representing the colors we find around the Island. We have several wts of yarn and fiber blends in the Chincoteague Colors Collections sure to please the knitter and recipient. New Collections have just been introduced this week: a DK wt and fingering wt in 50/50 silk & wool (Mariner and Treasure Collections) and Oceans (a sea cell/silk/wool blend). We have original patterns for many of our yarns.
+1 800-985-7083

Carolina Homespun
Morgaine Wilder
Spinning and weaving and knitting oh my!This weekend come and meet Roy and Henry Clemes. They will be with us all weekend demonstrating their drum carders and blending boards. You can also try out their new Stitching Stand! Also learn to comb wool or spin on a Turkish spindle with Chris Majackes of Valyrie Combs. Don't forget about BarMaids - Kismet will there all weekend so come and get your LoLo on! We will have tons of yarns - Sincere Sheep, Freia hand painted in the new 100% merino Shawll Balls, Elemental Affects - Shetland, Cormo and Civility. Get your copy of The Joy of Color by Janine Bajus and I Dream of Yarn by Franklin Habit! Plus lots more.
+1 415-584-7786

Cashmere Goat Association
Eylse
The Cashmere Goat Association is a non-profit corporation organized to provide education about cashmere goats and their fiber. The Cashmere Goat Association (CGA) brings together breeders, fiber artists and others interested in these charming animals and the fiber they grow. Cashmere Goat hides, yarns, roving, soaps, cards, aprons, prints, knitted items and felted pieces can all be found at this years booth.

Dominique Herman
Catskill Merino Sheep Farm
Dominique Herman
Saxon Merino yarn. Farm yarn. Self-raised, Hudson Valley, NY small farm , hand-dyed, natural dyes, citric dyes, Lace weight, Fingering, Sport, Worsted, Bulky, Super Bulky, Heather yarn, Lamb's wool yarn, Speckles yarn. Unique sheep-luxurious wool spun at Green Mountain.
+1 845-258-1118

Catskill Native Nursery, LLC
Francis Groeters
Fair trade African baskets and jewelry, vintage style aprons, kitchen linens, felt toys, birdhouses, garden art, herbal products and native plants.
+1 845-626-2758

Jade Craven
Cats' View Farm
Jade Craven
All of our soaps and lotions are made with our own farm fresh goat milk. We offer our soap in 33 different scents and 5 scents of lotion. Our Blackberry Sage soap and our Almond lotion are always popular! All of our soap and lotion scents are included on our website.
+1 518-567-7705

Cecilia Tkaczyk
CeCe's Wool
Cecilia F Tkaczyk
We are Jacob sheep farmers who love creating beautiful yarn and wool products. You'll find our own Jacob wool yarn and roving along with our line of Yarn Babys - large hand dyed skeins perfect for sweaters. This year we launched two new locally made yarns - Local Yarn Gems (sport wt. Finn/Merino) and Cozy Corriedale (worsted wt) - both hand dyed in beautiful colors. We also carry yarns from great companies: Sandnes Garn, Urth Yarns, Shepherd's Wool, Jamieson and Smith, Kraemer, LolaBean Yarn, Kim Dyes Yarn, Toad Hollow, Brassard weaving cottons and sell Ashford spinning and weaving products such as the rigid heddle loom.
+1 518-779-9985

Checkmate Farm
Kathy Donovan
self-raised, rug yarn, rug hooking, Oxford punch, rug patternsKarakul sheep fleece has been used to make carpets for centuries. We produce natural and dyed Karakul rug yarn offering depth, texture and beauty for your unique wool projects. Use our yarn for whipping. We look forward to meeting you and helping you select colors.

Clare Margaret
Clare Margaret Douglas
Hand cut paper artist. Framed original works. Limited edition prints. Printed cards. Original tiny art. Always new images & new paper items.
+1 717-439-6075

Roy Clemes
Clemes & Clemes
Henry Clemes, Roy Clemes, Gynna Clemes
We are a father and son duo making innovative, generational fiber art equipment in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1970. We make a full range of fiber prep, spinning, and weaving equipment that is simple, highly functional, and durable, without sacrificing aesthetics. We are known throughout the world for our hand card and drum carders. We also carry shuttles and spindles from KCL Woods, and have added Power Scour and books to our offering this year.
+1 800-900-4118

Katie Sullivan
Cloverworks Farm
Katie Sullivan
Cloverworks Farm is a Vermont Sheep Farm specializing in Bluefaced Leicester (BFL) and Border Leicester yarn, fiber and fleeces. We have gorgeous hand-dyed yarns on offer as well as patterns and kits.
+1 802-324-2039