Market Place

Market Place


Indulge your fiber fantasies among our amazing vendors. Be tempted by fibers of all descriptions; tools and toys; and supplies for weaving, braiding, knitting, dyeing, spinning – every branch of the fiber experience. Explore new fiber experiences with demonstrations and hands-on activities and get more fiber in your life. The Market Place is open to the public throughout the conference. For those not attending the conference, but who want to enjoy the Market Place, on Friday there will be free admission to the Market Place beginning at 4:00 PM. Take BART for easy access.


If frantic Friday is not your cup of tea, try Sunday Shopping with half-price admission. Sunday is commuter-free with more on-street parking. Less crowded public transportation makes it a good time for an outing.



Friday, April 25             10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Saturday, April 26         10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sunday, April 27           10:00 AM – 2:00 PM



Day passes are $10 at the door, $8 with coupon.

Entry is FREE on Friday evening 4-7 PM.

Sunday is $5.



Above the Fray-Traditional Hilltribe Art


Traditional hand-woven silks and other textiles personally selected from village artisans in hilltribe Laos and Vietnam.




Booths 214, 313




AVL Looms Inc.


World renowned loom and weaving equipment manufacturer, featuring our computerized,


table-top loom, the Little Weaver.




Booth 502




Bay Area Comfort Footwear


Comfort sandals and shoes, made from the finest leathers. Five support areas, reflexology and shock absorption. Can be customized for specific foot needs. Choice of 70 leathers.




Booth 304




Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco


Finely woven Peruvian textiles and handspun Alpaca yarn. Also natural colored yarns from our Corriedale/cross flock at Bodega Pastures.




Booth 401




Creative Designs Co.


Shawl pins, earrings and wooden buttons.


Contact Info:


Booth 613




Dyeing Art


Fibers, yarns, books, baskets and notions.




Booth 605




Eugene Textile Center


Weaving, spinning, felting supplies. Yarn, fiber, books, dyes and many other fun items.




Booths 310, 312, 409, 411




Faerie Mountain Fibers


Batts-hand dyed and carded, felting fibers,


spinning fibers, spindles, stitch markers, hand dyed silks and un-dyed fiber




Booth 306




Gilmore Looms


Floor looms, Inkle looms, weaving and spinning equipment.




Booths 209, 211




Giovanna Imperia Designs


Unique yarns imported from Italy, ranging from polyurethane coated yarns to metal core yarns and 40 micron wire.




Booths 403, 405




Glimakra USA llc.


Weaving equipment and yarns from Glimakra.




Booth 114




Greenwood Fiberworks


Beautifully hand dyed yarns and fibers




Booth 606




Invictus Yarns


We specialize in beautiful hand dyed yarns from lace to worsted weight.




Booth 314




John Marshall


Silk yarns, books. Art-to-Wear. Hand dyed one of a kind clothing.




Booths 210, 212




Just -For-Fun Handweaving &  Polymer Clay


Luscious handweaving and polymer clay buttons. Sewing needle cases, Jewelry inspired by fiber. All made in the USA.




Booth 110






Hand painted, hand screened and dyed scarves.


Jackets and Ruanas, in silk and rayon.




Booth 509




Kira K Designs


Original knitting and crochet patterns with a streamlined and eminently wearable aesthetic. Patterns available in both print and PDF     format, as well as in kits featuring small-farm and hand-dyed yarns.




Booth 507




Lunatic Fringe Yarns


Yarn, weaving supplies. Fun stuff for weavers.




Booths 503, 603




Nebo-Rock Ranch and Textiles


Fiber, Natural and dyed yarn, roving and locks from my own Merino sheep, Angora goats and Angora rabbits. Handspun and Handmade hats, scarves, shawls, and sheep skins.




Booth 112




Newton’s Yarn Country


Yarn, looms, and knitting machines.




Booths 510, 511, 610, 611




Pigeon Roof Studios


Hand dyed yarn, notions and spinning fiber.




Booth 607




RedFish DyeWorks


Hand dyed silk and silk blends. Both in yarns and fibers.




Booths 309, 311




Ryukyu Textile


Plant fiber textiles and threads from Japan.


Website: and


Booth 302




San Francisco Fiber


Weaving and spinning supplies and equipment from Leclerc, Louet, Schacht, Glimakra, Harrisville, Ashford, Interweave and Unicorn Books. Some used equipment.




Booths 505, 506




Silk Moon Textile Arts


Handwoven silk textiles, both traditional ethnic and modern. Fairly traded in Laos and




Contact Info: 707.843.0354


Booth 413




Three Springs Handworks


Handwoven scarves and wall hangings;


Natural dye materials; lathe turned textile tools and bowls.




Booth 213




Village Spinning and Weaving-Solvang


Weaving looms, tools and accessories. Weaving yarns and books and DVD’s Spinning wheels, tools and accessories, Fibers, books and DVD’s.




Booths 202, 204, 206, 301, 303, 305




Wonderland Dyeworks


Hand dyed yarn and roving, wool felt, and  other fiber goodies




Booth 609




Woven Market


Hand made and fair trade items from across the globe.




Booth 602





edited to update vendors – Gynna