A Natural Alternative- Handcrafted Soaps and toiletries as well as natural, organically based, non-detergent wool and fiber washes
All Strings Considered- Birgitta Nostring- located in the tiny village of Summit Mills, Pa. Birgitta is a traditional rag weaver. Hans, her son, weaves the "fluffy" rugs (afghan fringe selvage) and is also the goat keeper. Right now they have 30 does.
Bean's Pottery- Cathleen Repholz- The brown stoneware clay used is earthy and mud-like when wet, and warm brown when fired. She also enjoys experimenting with fibers, copper jewelry and cooking, and considers this all part of her creative process.
Buck Hollow LLamas- Douglas and Carol Reigh- Bring their nationally recognized llama fiber as well as other llama and camelid products
Dye for Design LLC- Roxanne Eklund- Owner of Nazareth Artisan Studio, Roxanne is a master natural dyer, weaver, and spinner and has recently retired from teaching textiles at the Pratt Institute in NYC
Christine Handler's Country Craftworks- After designing the perfect angel pattern, Christine sews and quilts each one with themed wings and aprons. Each hang tag has the Lord's names on the outside cover and inside you'll find a Scripture verse. A portion of each purchase goes to the Wounded Warrior Project
Crazy Quilters- Meeting in Emmaus, PA, this guild regularly features nationally-known or local quilters, quilt teachers, or other speakers on topics of interest relating to quilting.
Hope's Favorite Things- Hope Horn- Antiques and Handcrafted fiber goodness made with love of all things timeworn and earthy. Ashford Spinning Wheel & Loom Dealer, Majacraft Dealer, and Kraemer rovings.
I Love a Precious Stitch- Fatima Lawrence- knitwear and indie-dyer from Newton, PA will be joining us with her hand dyed yarns and promoting her new showroom
Knit By Debbie- Debbie McGinley- Handmade knitted apparel
Liam's Luck WoodCraft- Treenware, boxes, and fiber arts tools all made from reclaimed and rescued wood
Mallory Zondag From Scratch- Fiber artist and recent graduate from Pratt Institutes Fashion Design program, Mallory works in more mediums than just fiber and fashion including ceramics, painting, printmaking, metalworking and more.
Owl Be Beading- Barbara Talijan, an off loom bead weaver and designer brings beads for your next project as well as finished pieces. She will have one of her ornament designs published in the November '17 Bead and Button Magazine's special issue: Beaded Ornaments and Jewelry
Pamela Iobst Designs- Pam's classic hand woven chenille scarves shine like jewels and are a wonderful addition to any wardrobe
Pat's Cross Stitch Expressions- Pat Sarver- All the way from Ohio, Pat's hand appliqued pillows, towels, and more will delight you with their adorable fiber themed designs
Pearls and Paper- Beautiful and classic adornments for your body and your craft. Stitch markers, shawl pins and more
Samantha J's Fiber Farm- Samantha Vincent- A small Fiber Farm where they sell everything from raw fiber to spun fiber. They try to raise all of our fiber, what they can’t raise they buy from local farmers who can.
Shepherd Hills Alpacas- Diane Beauchner brings wonderful needle felted gnomes and other creatures, dryer balls, handwoven rugs and more
Suyundalla Farms- Heather Skorinko- uses a farming technique called Integrated Pest Management to use the best of both organic and traditional farming methods. Her flock even eats hay and grain grown right on the farm!
The Wooliers- Founded by two sisters, Margeau and Rebecca Soboti. Margeau is a former Vogue Knitting Pattern Editor and author of Margeau Chapeau. Their products are proudly 100% made in the USA, and are sourced from farms that solely raise their animals for hobby.
What the Flock!- Joe Cole- Hand dyed yarn and fiber with unapologetic, bold, saturated colorways
Wheatweaver Pat DeVries- using plaiting, marquetry, and swiss straw techniques, Pat weaves simple wheat into beautiful and intricate designs, many with ties to the Lehigh Valleys' German heritage
Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network- Marissa Altman- An eco-label certification for businesses and products that contribute to on-the-ground wildlife conservation and that support sustainable economic opportunities for their communities. In the U.S. they currently offer Certified Wildlife Friendly® and Certified Predator Friendly®
Wilt's Woolens- Cindy Wilt- While demonstrating her mesmerizing circular sock knitting machine, Cindy will also have plenty of beautiful items made using this technique.
Yerba Yarns- Yerba Yarns in American merino wool, hand dyed in Guatemala by indigenous women using natural plant dyes, available to knitters and crocheters around the world for the first time!
Blendlife- Healthy smoothies, bowls, and grilled sandwiches
High Step Coffee- Offering hot beverages such as coffee, tea, chai, and cocoa as well as a range of cold beverages and baked goods.
V & C Food Services- Chicken wraps, sausage sandwiches, and Caribbean noodles
***vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options available***