The Market Place

Come to the Market Place to find both old and new favorite vendors from across the country.

The Market Place will be open to registrants and the general public on Saturday and Sunday. And registrants of the conference have the added bonus of being able to do some early shopping on Friday, May 18 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. before it opens to the public on Saturday and Sunday.

The Market Place is one of the highlights of our full conferences. Our vendors always look forward to coming to CNCH. They will have the newest fibers, books, tools as well as traditional items for you to buy. You can purchase what you need so that you can go home and put to use the techniques learned in your classes!

Scroll down the list below to see which suppliers will be at the Market Place. Other vendor applications are still being processed, so check back for updates to the list. And if you don’t see one of your favorites here, maybe you should let them know that you hope to shop with them at CNCH 2012!

Alpenglow Yarn www.alpenglowyarn.com

Naturally dyed yarns and fiber including corriedale, alpaca, and rambouillet from small US farms.

Bay Area Comfort Footwearwww.BayAreaComfortFootwear.com

Incredibly comfortable sandals and shoes that can be customized for specific foot needs. Choice of 60 leathers. Family owned.

Becky Caraco Designswww.beckysglass.com

Handmade lampwork buttons, beads and unique whimsical jewelry

Black Diamond Alpacas

Hand dyed alpaca yarn in stock/finger and sport weights. Handwoven alpaca tri-shawls.

Carolina Homespunwww.carolinahomespun.com

Spinning, weaving, knitting supplies and equipment, incluldes spinning wheels, spindles, fiber, looms, yarn, knitting needles and tools of all kinds.

Clemes & Clemeswww.clemes.com

Drop spindles, spinning wheels, hand carders, drum carders, niddy noddies.

Dreamy Goat Designs

Naturally dyed batts and tops for the handspinner plus nuno felted silk scarves using natural dyes.

Dyeing Artwww.dyeingart.com

Yarns, fibers, dyes, books, notions, jewelry.

Faerie Mountain Fibers

Various dyed wools, batts, wood spindles, nostes, felting supplies.

Flynn Creek Churros

Navaho Churro fibers, fleece, roving, handspun, felting kits, pelts, painted roving and yarn (natural dyes)

Gilmore Loomswww.gilmorelooms.com

Jack floor looms, inkle and belt looms, spinning wheels, weaving equipment and accessories.

Giovanna Imperia Designswww.giovannaimperiadesigns.com

Unique and unusual Italian yarns, Japanese metallics, kumihimo silk.

Glasscapes, Mingo and Ashowww.mingoandasho.com

Hand blown glass beads, jewelry.

Glimakra USAwww.glimakrausa.com

Glimakra weaving equipment, yarns, looms and accessories.

Habu Textileswww.habutextiles.com

Yarns and textiles imported from Japan.

Harlan Simon Glass Beadswww.harlanbeads.com

Glass beads, glass bead jewellry, hand made by Harlan Simon. Sterling silver thread cutters.

Jennifer Osner Antique Textileswww.jenniferosner.com

Antique vintage buttons, trims, charms, antique lace and ribbon anique textiles, threads of 1920’s metals, lots of old spools.

John Marshallwww.JohnMarshall.to

Silk yarns, silk fabrics, hand dyed one of a kind clothing.

Just for Fun www.dottycalabrese.com

Luscious, handwoven scarves; polymer clothing buttons, sewing needle cases, and jewelry inspired by fiber; and Tin Lizzie holiday ornaments – All original work by Dotty Calabrese, kim Korringa, Debbie Anderson, and Lizzie Brown – All made in the USA!

Just Our Yarn www.justouryarn.com

Handpainted yarns, weaving books, patterns.

Kalabandar

Handwoven scarves from India and SE Asia.

Kira K Designswww.kirakdesigns.com

Knitting and crochet patterns, and kits featuring hand dyed and small farm yarns.

Knit Cook

Original knitting patterns, unique food items and seeds.

Kumihimo To Gowww.accentbead.com

Kumihimo books, fibers, endcaps, beads, silk and ribbon.

Loom In A Tubewww.loominatube.com

Portable looms and weaving accessories.

Lunatic Fringewww.LunaticFringeYarns.com

Weaving yarns, weaving equipment.

Maendeleo

Handwoven African baskets.

marion-jewels in fiberwww.jewelsinfiber.com

Jewelry made with fiber techniques, do it yourself supplies, bonded nylon cord,kumihimo supplies & misc.

Meridian Jacobswww.meridianjacobs.com

Ashford and Schacht equipment, yarn, fiber, felt kits, Jacob wool, yarn, pelts , buttons.

Natural Touchwww.naturaltouchbeads.com

Italian metal buttons, handmade resin beads, wood and bone and glass beads.

Nebo-Rock Textiles

Fiber from my own animals, roving, mill and handspun yarns, mohair locks, fleeces, handknit and handwoven scarves, hats, sheep and angora goat skins.

Newton’s Yarn Countrywww.newtons.com

Yarn, weaving supplies.

Opulent Fiberswww.opulentfibers.com

Luxury fibers dyed in an artist’s palette of solid colors, superfine merino, tussah silk and cashmere top as well as pre felt and silk scarves for Nuno .

Redfish Dyeworkswww.redfishdyeworks.com

Hand dyed silk yarn and silk blends in yarn and fiber.

Royal Fiberswww.r-e-solutions.org/Columbine/columbine.htm

Columbine Spinning Wheels, Guanaco, Alpaca, CVM, Karakul wool.

San Francisco Fiberwww.sffiber.com

Looms, spinning wheels, rigid heddle looms as well as the accompanying accessories and supplies. Books, yarns, and class information.

Shooting Yarn

Spinning fiber, yarn, batts.

Sincere Sheepwww.sinceresheep.com

Naturally dyed yarns, fibers, books, patterns and spindles.

Teresa Ruch Designswww.teresaruchdesigns.com

Hand dyed/painted yarns and fibers in intense colors. Bamboo, tencel, alpaca/silk, wool for spinning, weaving, knitting warp kits.

Terilyn Needleartwww.terilynNeedleart.com

Lace knitting patterns, including original designs, yarn, drop spindles and spinning fiber.

Three Springs Handworkswww.3springshandworks.com

Handwoven wallhangings and accessories, wood textile tools, natural dye materials, dye instructions, lathe-turned bowls.

Tootsie P Yarnswww.tootsiep.com

Yarns, silk, needles.

Twisted Sunshine Design Studiotwistedsun.etsy.com

Fiber, roving, batts, locks, yarn, spindles, stitch markers, bags.

Unicorn Books and Textileswww.unicornbooks.com

Books, weaving equipment, yarns.

Village Spinning & Weavingwww.villagespinweave.com

Weaving looms, yarns, tools and accessories, books, spinning wheels, fibers, tools and accessories, books and things for felting, knitting, etc.

Yarn Placewww.yarnplace.com

Special lace yarn for laceknitting and weaving, spinning fiber, cashmere, camel, yak, silk, felted wool ball, bats.