Vendor List and Layout
|Emily C Gillies
Hand dyed yarn and spinning fibre in a curated selection of carefully formulated colourways, on a variety of stash staples.
Hand dyed skeins and yarn kits in various weights and sizes. Gravity Fibre’s Knit Canadian skeins are from 100% Canadian grown, spun and dyed wool.
|Bad Habit Wool Co
Small batch, hand dyed wool, (Natural and Blends) and yarn (sock weight mostly, full skeins, and mini gradient sets)
|Fergus Yarn Co
Hello Stella sells hand dye wool, only working with unprocessed fibres (non superwash). They also have a few custom milled bases that may also be available.
|Pretty Little Yarns
We carry a selection of Canadian hand-dyed yarns by such dyers as Sweet Paprika, Sinister Yarns, Yarn Indulgences, and Essence of Autumn. We carry our own, in house line of hand-dyed yarns under the name Dye Pretty Yarn + Fibre also which creates hand-dyed yarns, weaving kits and fibre. We carry select lines of Cascade Yarns too. In addition we also carry locally made project bags, stitch markers, looms and kits, including our exclusive hand-felted stitch marker line.
Handspun art yarn, hand dyed yarn and fibre for spinning and felting, selection of handmade notions – buttons, fibre beads.
|Twin Oaks Farm
Local Farm vendor of yarn (fingering, sock, DK, worsted), rovings, washed fleece, raw fleece from our flock of Romney and Romney cross sheep (BFL, Finn, Rambouillet).
|Revolution Wool Co
Raw fleece, yarn, dyed yarns, felt, roving, batting, felting kits.
|Dyeing to Knit
Hand dyed yarn.
Dragon Strings is a indie dye studio that focuses on fantastic one of a kind colourways and smooshy-smooth yarn bases. Inspiration is taken from photos, nature, geek culture and literary sources. You never know what’s going to come out of the pot this week!I sell mostly brightly coloured yarn, as well as some notions and knitting supplies such as swifts and blocking wires.
|Turnings by Jim
Jim makes and sell tools for the fibre arts. Drop spindles, support spindles, nostapine, darning eggs, andean plying tools, felting handles, etc.
Mulesing free yarns and rovings dyed without heavy metals for crafting unique and amazing projects.
Custom lasered products for fibre lovers! Gauge rulers, stitch markers, craft room signs, sock blockers, suede product labels etc
|Stony Lake Yarns
Hand dyed sock and worsted weight yarns
|Rovings & Wraps
Roving &Wraps has blends of fine wools and luxury fibres ready to spin or felt. Hand dyed braids of fine wools and dyed fibres are also available as well as batts made from fleeces from Ontario sheep.
Icelandic fleeces and roving. All naturally coloured , white moorit,grey, black variegated
a few Romney Icelandic cross fleeces
Drop spindles, sit and spin spindles, lazy kates, signs, crochet hooks
Unique hand dyed yarn on a variety of bases and weights. Knitting accessories like DPN holders & yarn cozies.
|Twin Pines Alpacas
Established in 2010, Twin Pines Alpacas Farm & Fibre Mill is home to a large herd of Huacaya Alpacas raised for fibre production. We specialize in milling 100% natural fibre products. We make a variety of yarns (plied, lopi, cotton core), rovings, felted goods and quilt batting made from the fibre of our herd we fondly call ‘The Crew’. Our booth will showcase our farm spun yarns, rovings, craft felt, felt insoles, alpaca batting, and DIY kits at the fibre festival.
Quirky indie dyer that appraoches hand-dyed yarns and fibre as art projects. All sorts of bases and fibres, saturated bright colours, small batch and often one of a kind colourways. Specializes in gradient sets in a variety of sizes that are perfect for small cowls and hats to larger garments.
|Violet Creek Farm
Border Leicester roving, romney/corriedale roving, jacob sheep roving, possibly also yarn available from the same breeds.
|Howling Hills Studio
Fibre Flair- cowl cuffs, shawl wraps, enamel pins, stitch markers, progress keepers, knitting jewelry
|Chip and Sparrow
Diy kits for weaving, looms, basket making kits, cloud weaving kits.
Hand dyed and hand spun yarns. I use mostly raw fibres and rovings from the local area to produce my yarns. I also have a portion of my yarns that are upcycled in studio from Sari Silk or T-shirts. Last year I introduced a vegan friendly line of yarn made from Rose Fibre. With the success of this line, this year I am branching out to use other vegan friendly rovings such as mint. The dyes used in the studio are made by us from natural and sustainable resources. Saxon Blue is our one imported dye, this is a dye process that dates to the 1600’s and is made from indigo.
A variety of needle felting kits, using only Ontario farm wool, as well as selling various needle felting supplies, including foam pads which are made in Ontario.
|Li’l Red KettleHead
Li’l Red KettleHead offers hand dyed yarns and fibres in a rich palette of colours, using premium base yarns including merino, BFL, mohair and alpaca blends.
|3Dogknits Fibre Arts
Fibre, Yarn, spindles, fibre tools, roving etc..
Dyed and Natural skeins of yarn from own flock , Roving, Needle and Wet felting supplies, Dryer ball kits.
Raw angora rabbit wool; natural and dyed angora and angora-blend rovings; natural and dyed angora and angora-blend yarn; angora-blend art batts; alpaca duvet batts; custom fibre processing.
Hand dyed yarn, hand made stitch markers, hand thrown pottery yarn bowls.
Buttons for garments using upcycled fabric.
|The Spinning Spider
Hand Dyed yarn, hand spun yarn, weaving kits, knitting and crochet accessories, fibre, bags,
|Lickety Spit Fibre Farm
Wool and alpaca yarns, rovings and fibre in natural colours or naturally dyed.
Pure rambouillet, and rambouillet x finnsheep yarns and rovings
Craft kits. Needle book, paint your own drop spindle, viking wire weave bracelet, leather shawl cuffs
|Many Hues Fiber Studio
I dye small batch art yarns inspired largely by florals. Sock yarn is my particular specialty, although I dabble in lace weight and worsted weight yarns as well. No two skeins are the same, but all of them are inspiring!
|As the Wheel Turns
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Have you ever thought you might like to try learning to spin? And then went shopping for a wheel? Experienced sticker shock? And do you know what to look for in a wheel? It can be very daunting. AS THE WHEEL TURNS offers pre-loved spinning wheels at affordable costs and some helpful advice as to how to choose a wheel. This is a way to get into the hobby with a good wheel that does not break the bank and yet suits the individual. The wheels are all renewed, refreshed, refurbished as needed, by a qualified local wheelwright and are quite functional. Some are vintage, some are antique, some are newer. Some are more suited to experienced spinners; some are just great for the beginner. All can serve two purposes – be a functional spinning wheel as well as a beautiful decor piece. Hope you have a chance to come and see our offerings of these lovely spinning wheels.”