NCFF 2018 Vendors
(Updated at least monthly as registrations are received. Last Update 2/20/2018.)
Buenger Studios Katherine Buenger Woodbury, MN (612) 345-2518 http://www.buengerstudios.com ~Sami Inspired jewelry and kits
Deer Creek Alpacas Jan Selken White, SD (605) 690-2217 http://www.deercreekalpacas.com ~alpaca products (commercial) socks, hats, scarves, mittens (homemade) hats, scarves, wrist warmers, yarn and roving
Luv Ewe by Gerry Kay Gerry Kay Walrath Sioux Falls, SD (605) 339-0890 ~Yarn, Fibers, Finished Goods, Sheep Gifts
Lyla Agius Designs Lyla Aguis Ipswich, SD (605) 380-3619 http://www.lylaagiusdesigns.com ~Leclerc Looms, weaving supplies and weaving books
Melting Pot Fibers Blair Christensen Strasburg, CO (303) 622-9022 http://www.meltingpotfibers.com ~Melting Pot Fibers specializes in Dyed Fibers. We offer a large variety of hand dyed/hand painted yarns and rovings, in a wide select of creative blends. Our products are unique and one of a kind.
ModeKnit Yarn LLC Kathleen Pascuzzi St. Paul, MN (612) 220-8856 http://www.modeknityarn.com ~Hand-dyed wool, wool-blend, cotton and linen yarns. Books and patterns by Annie Modesitt. Kits and mini skeins sets.
RichNes Alpacas Richard Wildt New Ulm, MN (507) 227-0998 http://www.richnes.com ~yarns, roving and products made from our Alpacas. Hats, mittens, slippers, scarves, etc.
South Dakota Yarn Company Anastasia Williams Elk Point, SD (605) 231-9290 http://www.southdakotayarnco.com ~Naturally hand-dyed yarns using sustainable wool
Spindle, Shuttle and Needle Kelsey Patton Stromsburg, NE (402) 405-1971 http://Spindleshuttleandneedle.com ~Hand dyed roving, yarn, Icelandic fiber and Lopi, knitting needles, spinning, weaving, and knitting notions
T&H Fiber Works Heather Hertziger Omaha, NE (414) 550-8092 http://www.thfiberworks.com ~ Hand dyed yarn, roving, sock blanks, patterns, and more!
Tallgrass Farms Alpaca Kristi Cranston Bennett, CO (720) 276-2408 http://www.tallgrassfarmsalpacas.com ~Spun, woved, felted, knitted and crochet garments made from my alpacas' fiber. Alpaca socks and goat milk lotion and soap. Raw alpaca blankets.