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Alexandra's Crafts-Hand dyed yarn and spinning fiber in fingering to bulky weights. Lazy Kate,crochet hooks, tapestry needle cases. Alexandra Baldwin


Applebright Farm Pygoras-Processed pygora fiber; 100% and some 10-20% blends with w/ Merino, Alpaca and Silk. Janice Becker


Artisan Fibers-Hand-painted yarns; art batts and art fiber blends; hand-painted silk yarns and ribbons. Debbie Ellis


Auror Colony Fiber Arts-Border Leicester crosses fleeces; hand-dyed fibers; exotic fibers, jewelry. Christine Thomas-Flitcroft


Beck's Farms-Wool from my own sheep-raw; washed,dyedcarded fleece (some silk blends or local mohair). Sheepskins and hand crafted items. Harriet Beck


Marcy Bell Jewelry -Jeweled silversmithed orifice hooks;  threading hooks; handmade yarn needles; shawl pins and fiber themed jewelry. Marcy Bell


Bellwether Wool Company- Locally grown (our farm) roving and yarns. Lois Olund


The Craft Shop at Mountain Shadow Ranch-Locally grown wool fleeces, washed wool hand spun yarns, hand knitted items, Oregon made Bry spun needles. Teresa Simons


Jo Anne Daly-Hand cranked socks and hand warmers.


Duncan Enterprises- Carding Machines, Blending Boards and Fiber Tools

Scott Duncan


Fiber First Farm-Raw coated fleeces from CVM, Romeldale, Merino, Corriedale, Romney and cross-bred sheep; white and natural colored. Mary Engstrom


Fir Acre Farms- Raw and Carded Fleeces from Shetland and Mountaindale Sheep, felted small animals, hand knitted items. Gary and Sharon White


Goat Knoll-Shetland wool roving, handspun yarn and knitting kit. Cashmere yarn and knitting kits. Hand made items. Linda Fox


Kunihiro Pottery-Hand thrown on potter's wheel, yarn bowls and skein crocks, hand made diz and wet felting stones and other pottery. Kris Kunihiro



Las Flores del altiplano Alpacas -Raw alpaca fleeses; alpaca roving ; alpaca yarn; handmade rugs, handcrocheted and knitted  hats, scarves, socks, glitttens and mittens. Marit Federcell


Mt Hood View Farm -Hand dyed Cormo wool top; pygora yarn and roving; hand dyed Cormo yarn Kristi Gustafson


Natural Harvest Farm-handspun yarns, rovings, and color-blended batts. Susan Clark


One of a Kind Ceramic Buttons- Ceramic buttons, pins, pendants, shawl pins, bowls and yarn bowls. Candace Wilson


Pat's Hats- Felted wool sheets and yarns all made from local fiber. Pat Wendt


Shaggy Bear Farms  -Roving, yarn and felted sheets produced from 26 different breeds of fiber animals. Many yarns are hand painted and some are hand spun. Focus on rare and primitive breeds. Wendy Hanson


Siren of the Skeins Fantasy batts; wool combs and hackles, orifice hooks, original knitting patterns, blending boards. Cydne Pidgeon


Spinning Mind Designs -Polished Stone magnetic closures for scarves and shawls. Michele Powell


Sunset Corral-All fiber and horn products from rare local Navajo-Churro wool, Mohair Llama fiber, small weavings, rugs, carved sheephorn sheephorn buttons. Laurelen Jabbour


Tapaestry Farm Alpacas -Alpacas raw fleece, roving batts and yarn locally produced and US milled. hand made goat milk soap.Kim Sawer


Thedoza's Angoras- Loose prime Angora rabbit fiber; blended batts of Angora and other local fiber; Kitted Angora mitts, scarves and hats. Naomi Dickinson


Thistle Rose Farm- Raw wool; combed top and yarn. Debra Christensen


Twists and Turnings -Handcrafted fiber tools from wood and other embellishments-drop spindles. Sari Peterson


Upstream Alpacas -Alpaca roving, fleece, hand dyed spinning fiber, hand dyed yarn and felted Alpaca items. Christine Riley















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