Check out the fantastic vendors joining us in 2014! FiberTrain Festival is a great way to support your local and US economy while getting in touch with artists, farmers, wool growers, and suppliers for sustainable farming in person!
Want to become a Vendor? We want to have you! If you or your clients connect with fiber art, wool growing, or the sustainable & hobby farming culture, you may be a perfect fit! See our "Become A Vendor" Tab for applications & guidelines.
GreenWood FiberWorks, Genola Utah
Exquisitely hand-dyed yarns & fibers for the discriminating fiberist.
Spin Dance Acres, Boise Idaho
Spin Dance Acres is a small farm dedicated to raising a rare and wonderful breed of sheep, Navajo-Churro. You'll find raw fleeces, roving & yarn (both natural sheep colors & plant dyed). Handmade Navajo Looms & spindles, wool-on-hides, & finished items.
Judy's Novelty Wool, Centerville Utah
Hand dyed wool roving, white corriedale, merino, rambouiet roving, Howard hand cards, Crystal Palace yarn, Knit Pick's needles & accessories, whole fleeces.
Triple C Alpacas, Northern Colorado
Fine fiber and yarns in various weights from fingering to huge core rug, mill and handspun, from the small family run alpaca ranch in Northern Colorado. Specializing in natural colors, and also offering hand dyed and painted yarns and fiber.
Puffy Mondaes Sustainable Arts, Nampa Idaho
2000 square feet of locally produced, fair wage sourced fiber and fine art materials and equipment in Nampa, Idaho. Equipment rentals, tune-ups, parts orders, and all purchases over $75 ship free in the US. Classes, fluff, and community art supplies served up in 2007.
Jodie McDougall Studios, Bountiful Utah
Handblown glass buttons, shawl pins/rings. Each button is made using an oxygen propane torch and glass rods. There is no paint involved, creating an heirloom quality button for your finished project needs.
The Fiber Addict, Donnelly Idaho
Hand dyed silks and wool in a huge variety of colors for spinning, knitting and other fiber arts. Several natural fiber bases for dyeing your own-cottons, bamboo, silk, wools and blends. Hiya Hiya needles and locally made stone whorl spindles can be found at the Fiber Addict's booth.
Nelson Woolworks, Cedar City Utah
Nelson Woolworks is a family fiber operation from the ground up! From growing the wool to dyeing, to the production of hand spun yarns, hand woven wool and rag rugs, tea towels, and more, this family works together to create unique handmade heirloom yarns and gifts.
The Sassy Sheep, Rigby Idaho
The Sassy Sheep returns for their 3rd year at FiberTrain Festival with luxury hand dyed rovings and yarn in bamboo, cashmere, wool, silk blends and more! You'll also find a complete line of Chiao Goo knitting needles & accessories. If you have seen the Sassy Sheep booth's wall of color, you'll know why we're so excited to see them return to FTF !
Feathergrass Fibers, Pocatello Idaho
Teri of Feathergrass is shepherd of fine merino, BFL, and Wensleydale/Teeswater sheep, a dye works artist, and even brings milled yarns in natural colors from her own wool. Finished wearables, dyed rovings to knit or spin, handspun and milled yarns, and finished gifts! Teri will also be bringing sheep for sale, but they go FAST and most are pre-purchased. To reserve a lamb and see photos of sheep for sale, contact Teri @
Idaho Mohair, Emmett Idaho
Idaho Mohair raises colored and white angora goats and Merino/Border Leceister cross sheep, and will bring hand spun yarns, pre-washed locks, and fleece in dyed and natural whites/browns. We're also anticipating the showing of some new angora goat kids, born this spring, at the Idaho Mohair booth!
Sage Flower Gardens, Emmett Idaho
Sage Flower Gardens will bring kid and adult mohair rovings, locks, and artisan wearables to FiberTrain 2014! Sage Flower Gardens and Idaho Mohair will be sharing a booth, presenting "Fine Mohair products from Happy Angora Goats."
Little Flower Fibers, Caldwell Idaho
Little Flowers Fibers, Seriphina Fibers and Designs by Gans are a collaboration of home based fiber businesses. Three families enjoying, raising, and making beautiful projects with fiber. Their motto is; “A little bit of Heaven in every skein”. They raise their our own angora rabbits and mohair goats, and their yarns have a touch of these “heavenly” luxury fibers mixed with local high quality various wools. Little Flower Fibers felted purses and accessories are 100% wool, and are beautiful works of art you will use every day.
RW Farms, Nampa Idaho
RW Farms specializes in registered shropshire, Dorset and natural colored (med-fine) sheep for breeding stock, wool, and meat markets. Their lamb is born, grown and USDA processed here in Nampa. RW Farms sells sell clean Dorset wool by the pound, and covered colored hand spinning fleeces.
Psychedelic Sisters Creations, Weiser Idaho
Visit Psychedelic Sisters Creations for the finest in hand dyed and carded wool batts & rovings. Feel the lush hand spun yarns. Try on a fabulous new hat, scarf or shawl. Learn to card your own batt on a drum carder in this booth, and receive a 50 cent per ounce discount when you card your own!
The Fantasy Farm, Parma Idaho
Fantasy Farms is an Icelandic sheep breeder, selecting stock for the quality of their fleece. Attentive care for their sheep and specialized hand-shearing produce the best quality fleeces. Fantasy Farms goes to extra lengths to take high quality care of their flock because "the wool matters!"
TGI Fibers, Boise Idaho
Fiber, hand spun yarns, and finished goods brought to you by TGI and Boise Refugee groups.
Jan Gerdes, Murphy Idaho
Raising moorit, white, and other colors of Romney sheep. Jan will have fleeces, looms, and carders for sale in her booth, and her Romney fleeces took best of show last year at the FTF 2013 Fleece sale!
Adona's Concessions, Nampa Idaho
Serving fresh squeezed lemonade, snow cones, and meals to spinners, knitters, weavers, farmers, and all who attend!
Krazy Dog, Caldwell Idaho
Serving up quality hot dogs, concessions, drinks for their 3rd year at FiberTrain Wool Festival!