Florida Tropical Weavers Guild

VENDORS AT CONFERENCE 2017

A - 1 Sharpening
Susan Blue and Lori Hutchenson
cuttingboardsrus@gmail.com
Sharpening services for scissors, etc.
Allen B. Carr - Works in Wood
(Friday/Saturday)
turn.weave@gmail.com
Wood products for fiber artists.
Dianna J. Dinka
www.diannajdinka.com; diannajay@aol.com
Hand-dyed cotton fabric
Ewephoric Fibers
Ginger Clark
www.ewephoricfibers.com; ginger@ewephoricfibers.com
Spinning fibers and yarns for knitting, crocheting, and weaving.
Four Purls Yarn Shop and Truck
Laura and JD Dobratz
www.fourpurls.com; info@FourPurls.com
Roving, yarn, needles, notions, weaving accessories.
Lunatic Fringe Yarns
Michele Belson
lunaticfringeyarns.com; info@lunaticfringeyarns.com
Yarn, kits, tools, equipment and other fun stuff for weavers.
M.M. Waite, Weaver and Dyer
Mary Waite
www.mmwaiteweaves.com ; mmweaves@me.com
Pre-wound, hand-dyed warps, hand-dyed skeins, handmade buttons, hand-dyed, handwoven scarves.
Pioneer Fiber Mill
Steve Williams
PioneerFiberMill.com ; steve@PioneerFiberMill.com
Alpaca, huacaya, suri yarns, core-spun yarns, alpaca rugs.
Serendipity Farmís Studio
Mary and Gary Scott
www.fibertoolsonline.com; serendipityfarmstudio@gmail.com
Everything a spinner or weaver needs - we have it!
Sunshine Knit Designs
Rebecca Aldrich Bowen
sunshineknitdesigns.com; sundogknitter@outlook.com
Hand-dyed wool top plus silk for handspinners and felters.
Twin Mommy Creations Ann Mikeal
www.twinmommycreations.etsy.com; twinmommycreations@hotmail.com
Hand-dyed yarns/fibers, handspun yarn, spindles, etc.
 
For your convenience, here is a .pdf with the Vendors of the 2017 Conference.


Florida Craftsmen

Florida Craftsmen is a statewide non-profit organization which represents the fine craft artists of Florida.

Headquartered in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida Craftsmen represents over 300 artists in the retail gallery and features local, regional and national artists in their exhibition gallery.

Memberships are available and information about having work juried into the galleries can be found at www.floridacraftsmen.net.


FTWG is now participating in the Woolery Guilds Reward Program.

When our members purchase items from the Woolery, through the link below, FTWG "banks" reward dollars. Yearly we will receive a check which can be used to defray expenses.

If you purchase from them and use the link on this website, we will receive credit.

Support us by shopping at the Woolery


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Florida Vendors


If you have a favorite Florida vendor and would like to see them listed in this section, see that the necessary information gets sent to inquiry@ftwg.org. We will need a business name, address, phone contact and a web site name, if available.

Lunatic Fringe, mail-order based in Havana, Florida
1-800-483-8749
or email info@LunaticFringeYarns.com

The Lunatic Fringe is well known for its Tubular Color Spectrum, 100% mercerized cotton, custom dyed to their specifications. They also carry American Maid cotton yarn, grown and spun in the United States and a variety of silk yarns.


Knit and Stitch in Cocoa Village, Florida.
15 Stone Street
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Phone 321-632-4579
website: http://www.knitandstitchboutique.com/

This shop is an agent for Schacht so you can order looms and spinning equipment. It also carries all sorts of fibers and holds rigid heddle weaving classes as well as drop spindle classes.


Here are a few more links from the Sarasota area. Check the web sites on these shops!

A Good Yarn
7418 W. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, Florida 34231
www.agoodyarnsarasota.com

Owner- Susan Post
Ph # 941-487-7914

This shop carries loads of yarn for knitting, spinning fibers, books and patterns, some weaving yarns and is now a Schacht dealer (spinning wheels at this point).


Picasso's Moon
1524 Fruitville Rd, Sarasota, Florida, 34236
Ph# 941-954-8696
www.picassosmoonyarn.com

Picasso's Moon carries a variety of yarns, including silk, soysilk, beaded rayon, corn, bamboo, alpaca, wool and yarns with combinations of these. A unique place to visit. They also offer spinning workshops.


YARNWORKS, in Gainesville, Florida
4113 NW 13th Street
Gainesville, Florida, 32609
Phone 352-337-9965
Website: www.yarnworks.com

It's the largest yarn shop in north central Florida, carrying many brands of yarn, lots of needlepoint and soon will carry cotton to spin from Joan Ruane.


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