Great local Fiber Farmers Market sponsored by Uniquities March 22, 2014

We love this event! We think you will too. The folks at Uniquities are really plugged in to the local fiber scene and bring us all together to offer you a one stop shopping opportunity in Vienna, Virginia.

This is an excerpt from their email about it:

The Fiber Farmer’s Market returns on Saturday, March 22, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Vienna Community Center, 120 N. Cherry Street, Vienna, VA 22180. Join us for this free fiber filled event, and shop with local fiber producers, and hand-dyers selling their yarn and fiber. We are now taking reservations for the Spinning Circle, $20 reserves your seat for the afternoon where you can spin and shop with fellow fiber friends.  You’ll also be entitled to early entry at 12:30 p.m. to preview all the vendors and shop before the crowds arrive, as well as secure storage for your purse and purchases behind the Uniquities booth. Call Uniquities at 703-242-0520 to register, seating is limited!

Uniquities booth will offer fiber tools and spinning equipment, new hand-dyed fibers from Greenwood Fiberworks and Great Adirondacks Yarn Co., as well as natural Jacob roving from Shiloh Manor Farms and alpaca blends from Marion Alpacas. We’ll also feature a selection of new spring yarns and patterns for knitting and crochet, and a bake sale table that benefits Project Knitwell.

The March 2014 Fiber Farmers’ Market Vendor List:

Avalon Springs Farm – Hand dyed and natural colored yarn, roving, locks, fleece, and felt from angoras, alpacas, and llamas.

Celestial Farms – All natural, undyed llama yarn, plus handmade soaps and jamsCentral Virginia Fiber Mill – Alpaca roving, felted batts, yarns, and needle/wet felting kits, plus select wool and mohair products.
Checkmate Natural Fiber Network – Offering Karakul rug roving, wool blankets, unique yarns, hand painted roving, and roving for spinning.
Dancing Leaf Farm – Hand dyed artisan yarns, fibers, patterns, and felt brooches.
Feederbrook Farm – Organically raised hand dyed artisan yarns and spinning fibers.  Offering participation in CSA and club memberships.
Finnegan’s Flock - Fiber, hand spun yarn, mitten and felted soap kits from our own flock of Finn sheep, and sheepskins.
Longpoint Farm – Pasture raised natural wool and wool related products including roving, hand painted yarn, hand spun yarn, blankets, scarves, wall hangings, felted items and sheepskin.
Mt. Airy Farm - Natural, hand dyed, and hand painted roving and yarns from California variegated mutant and Cormo sheep, Angora rabbit and mohair.
Pax River Alpacas – Locally grown soft alpaca yarns, and alpaca blends, plus hand dyed and hand painted yarns.
Platinum Alpacas – Alpaca fiber, prime blankets, hand spinning fiber, mill spun yarns, and handmade items using alpaca fiber.
Singleton Fiber Processing – Maryland’s only full-service cottage mill. Offering personalized, custom yarn, roving, batts, rug yarn, and woven rugs.
Solitude – Select breed specific yarn and fiber, natural color and hand dyed artisan yarns and roving from small farms in the Chesapeake watershed region that accentuate the special qualities of different types of wool.  Breeds include Alpaca/Merino, Border Leicester, Corriedale, Clun Forest, Dorset,  Icelandic, Karakul. Leicester Longwool, Montadale, North Country Cheviot, Romney, Targhee and Tunis.
Strauch Fiber Equipment Company - Joanne and Otto Strauch will be demonstrating and selling their fabulous fiber processing equipment, including drum carders, ball winders and swifts.
Taylored Fibers – Hand dyed yarns and fibers in rich, vibrant colors, hand carded batts, and assorted fiber accessories.
TechMuse RAC *- Handmade project bags for knitting and crocheting, as well as drop spindles.
*Random acts of creativity
Three Bags Wool – Wool roving, batts, yarn, and felted items from Icelandic sheep. plus kits and handspun yarn.
Wild Hare Fiber Studio – Hand dyed and handspun yarns and fibers, plus original handmade creations.
Wool N Quilts - Wool, roving, hand spun yarns, plus goat soaps and lotions.

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