2021 NYS Sheep & Wool Festival Virtual Vendors
More Zoom Links & Schedules Coming Soon!
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. Free shipping on orders $30+ use code: RHINEBECK2021
New to Soak? We’re excited that you’ve discovered us. Soak is modern laundry care, perfect for all the things you love to make and wear most. Its gentle, quick-rinse formulation is perfect for your cashmere, wool, cotton and delicate knits!
We’ve been vendors at NY Sheep & Wool since 2012 and are excited to meet you (virtually) this year!
We’re celebrating this amazing event with a limited bundle edition designed for yarn and fiber lovers who want to take gentle care of their handmade projects. Find out more at https://soakwash.com/
Stay in touch throughout the year, tagging @soakwash and #soakworthy on all your WIP’s. We love to see what you are up to, from the yarn you spin to the sweaters you make.
Decadent Fibers, LLC
Custom hand dyed yarns, merino wool, needle felting products and kits to make your own. We have wonderful knitting projects that include the yarn and pattern. Please peruse our web site. We will be available all weekend to answer any questions. Free Shipping!PLEASE, Text us, Call us, FaceTime us and watch for updates on Facebook.I bet you remember us by the Original Decadent Pumpkins
Shenandoah Fiber Company, LLC
Our luxurious alpaca yarns and yarn blends come from our own herd and are blended in our private mill nestled on 175 acres in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, our sanctuary and our home. We ensure that every yarn is linked to the alpaca that produced the fiber. Our mill is solar powered and we use only environmentally safe practices.
Woodland Woodworking produces unique high quality support and drop spindles and accessories. We also have beautiful hand-dyed fiber for spinning, including braids, batts, and batt nests, and spindle and fiber sets. Sign up for shopping and consultation time slots via Ravelry and their website. When it's your turn to shop, click here for the Zoom link!
Pine Corners Farm
I started my Colored Angora goat flock 7 yrs ago. I learned their care from one of the best mentors and read everything I could about them and their care and asked lots of questions. After getting my feet under me I started to show at our CAGBA here at Rhinebeck to gage how am I progressing with their care, their confirmation and of course their hair. Mohair is an amazing fiber that has history, luster, duribility and softness. I have a small flock and offer kids for sale and a few adults as I continue to strive for healthy, well proportioned, and beautiful goats with beautiful mohair. HEADS UP GET FREE SHIPPING WITH CODE -RHB2020- valid on orders over $35.00 no exclusions
Persimmon Tree Farm
Dyeing, Farm Yarn - Self-raised (fiber raised 100% by you), Fiber - Hand-dyed Hand-spun, Hand knit items, Hats, Ponchos, Shawls, Socks, Yarn - Indie Dyed. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING 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. Virtual Vending hours will be announced via Facebook.
Red Staggerwing is still going strong with a bustling online shop and dozens of wholesale accounts across the US. The classic pieces are hand made from start to finish, now with the help of a small, all-women team perfecting their craft in a sun-filled New Hampshire studio. Inspired by her Scandinavian heritage, local flora, and lots of color, Lisa personally designs all of Red Staggerwing’s signature pieces. The limited edition collections feature hand-printed linen, leather, cotton, and waxed canvas — sourcing high-quality, durable materials from independent businesses is a priority for the team, as they strive to create classic pieces that hold up to everyday use.
We are a Holistically and sustainably managed small family farm, raising and breeding up the rare Herdwick Sheep. We are a pasture-based farm selling meats and our Self-raised unique Herdwick fiber as raw fleece, roving, corespun, pin draft & yarns, as well as sheepskins (pelts, hides). Our sheep were once raised by Beatrix Potter! We will be showing our sheep again in the Black and White Sheep show this year - the 3rd time Herdwick bred sheep have ever been shown in the U.S. Ours! Come see the newest results of our program and our ewenique sheep and learn about their wool. Containing 4 separate fibers, and keeping these sheep warm through winters at upwards of 3,000ft. The fiber is excellent for felting, weaving, knitting or crochet. Strong enough for floor applications and cozy enough for the warmest wool outerwear, and even used as household insulation in the U.K.! Naturally colored from black to silver-blue to nearly white. We also offer knitting, crochet, and rug making tools and supplies, Oxford Punch Needles, and a variety of books and other fiber arts tools. We feature James Rebanks, @herdyshepherd1, world-famous Herdwick Shepherd's books "The Shepherd's Life" and "The Shepherd's View"! You used to know us as The Wren's Nest.
Virtual Vending Hours & links: SATURDAY 10/16, 10AM-2PM; SUNDAY 10/17, 10AM-2PM
Shepherd Chat/Meet the Sheep: SATURDAY 10/16 2:30PM; SUNDAY 10/17 2:30PM