Saturday, June 22, 2013

2013 Final List of Vendors

Here is the final list of 2013 Vendors!  We are so pleased to have such a diverse group of fiber folks.

Joanne DuFour/Ewenique Designs- raw alpaca fiber, alpaca roving, handspun and hand dyed yarn, embroidered shirts, hand made button, hand knit goods, and lovely silky hand lotions and creams

Jim Engle- Hand turned wooden yarn bowls

Homestead acres/Yolanda Blisset- Alpaca fiber, rovings and yarn; lucets, fiber related books.

Eweper Spinners and Weavers group: handspun yarn, knit goods, beaded stitch markers, woven rag rugs, roving & Miscellaneous fiber items

Jane Forslund:  Triangle Looms, Shawl Pins, Handspun Yarn, Hand woven Shawls and scarves, bobbin lace bookmarks

Spinners End Farm:  Shetland Roving, Shetland & Angora Roving, dyed merino roving, English Angora fiber, Pygora fiber, Ashland Bay luxury fiber, hand painted silk hankies, roving and yarn, Schacht spinning wheels and spindles, knitting needles, crochet hooks and supplies.

Karen Valley/ Winter Sky Wool Company: Handspun, hand blended extra fine Shetland yarns, fleeces, roving, kntgoods and NASSA registered Shetland sheep.
Susan Vaniman/Woven Treasures- Handwoven split reed baskets and knit goods

Woolderness- Roving, top, needle felting kits, wool felted soap, wool slippers, felted pin cushions, handwoven items.
Adria Simpson- Handspun yarn of multiple fibers, "Plarn" (recycled plastic bags and such), handmade stitch markers. 
Jenny Lester Designs/ Jennifer Szubielak- Roving: Llama, Border Leicester/Cheviot, Border Leicester.  Fleeces from llama and Border Leicester sheep.  Handspun yarns, used fiber equipment (looms and wheels)

Spruce Shadow Farms Yarn Shop/Shelia Robbins- Wool Roving, Yarn, knitting supplies, French angora rabbits

Woven Treasures /Susan Vaniman- Handwoven Split reed baskets and hand knitted goods

Ye Olde Rug Maker- Naomi Fletcher- Handwoven rag rugs, placemats, drumners; handwoven totebags, handknit purses.

Sheltered Shetlands/Rick LeCasse- Skirted raw Shetland fleeces

Monday, March 18, 2013

Ewe-per Fiber Fair 2013

The Ewe-per Spinners and Weavers are pleased to announce that the Third Annual Ewe-per Fiber Fair is scheduled for Saturday July 13th,  from 10-4 at the Three Lakes Academy in Curtis MI in the beautiful Eastern Upper Peninsula.

We are currently planning learning demonstrations and activities and signing up vendors!

Learning activities and demonstrations will include: 

Weaving on a triangle loom
Weaving on a table loom
Bobbin Lace
Spinning on a drop spindle
Spinning from a rabbit
Hands on Dyeing
A wet felting project
Toothbrush rug weaving
Locker hooking rugs

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please contact Sherry MacKinnon at 906-586-3767 or by May 15.   Booth fees are $15.00 per 10x10 booth.  There is a limited amount of space to contact us as soon as you can!