Vendors

All of the lovely manufacturers, vendors, and dyers you see listed below have GENEROUSLY donated yarn, accessories, and notions to the Grand Prize Baskets. Thank you, Vendors!!!

Anzula Yarns
At Anzula, we hand-dye yarns and fibers made from the most luxurious fibers in the world like cashmere, camel, silk, linen, SeaCell, alpaca, yak, and milk protein. You can find us in specialty yarn shops and online by visiting our website, clicking "Where to Buy" and "Shop Online" at the top of the page.
www.Anzula.com
Berroco Yarns
Berroco is one of the largest importers and wholesalers of handknitting yarns, patterns and supplies in North America. Its range of specialty yarns are imported from countries around the world, including the UK, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Brazil and Peru.
www.Berroco.com
Brooklyn Tweed
At Brooklyn Tweed we are passionate about wool, knitting and design. We develop and manufacture breed-specific yarns that support domestic textile production—designing, sourcing, dyeing and spinning our yarns within the USA. Our design team is committed to producing high-quality, sophisticated knitwear patterns for the modern handknitter, specially tailored for the wool yarns we create.
www.BrooklynTweed.com
ChiaoGoo
Westing Bridge LLC is a family-owned business that was started by four Zheng brothers, who were born and raised in Linan, China, known as the "Bamboo Capital". Knitting Needles were some of the household products the family made and sold. As demand went up, so did success, and the company still makes luxurious bamboo needles today!
www.ChiaoGoo.com
Cloverleaf Farms
Cloverleaf Farms West: Raising high quality alpaca near Denver, CO.
www.Facebook.com/CloverleafFarmsWest
Colorful Eclectic
Color to inspire your creativity!
www.Etsy.com/shop/ColorfulEclectic
Elegant Yarns
Having been going to TNNA since 2006, Elegant Yarns, Inc. started with luxuriously soft cashmere yarns. We now offer a complete array of wool, wool blends, merinos, feltable and superwash yarns, baby and sock yarns, and we still pride ourselves on the wonderfully soft feel most of our yarns have at unbelievably great prices.
www.ElegantYarns.com
Elemental Affects
Elemental Affects focuses on selling yarns that are (in essence, if not in fact, elemental -- natural fibers such as wool, silk, etc.) that touch the feelings of knitters and evoke an emotional response.
www.ElementalAffects.com
The Fibre Company
The Fibre Co.’s story began in 2003 in an old warehouse on the working waterfront of Portland, Maine, USA with a small spinning mill, lots of raw natural fibre and owner/founder Daphne Marinopoulos’ vision of creating yarns that she couldn’t find on the retail shelves. From these humble beginnings to today’s global brand now based in the United Kingdom, we work with a variety of producers and artisans to continue creating yarns that delight and inspire the enthusiast maker.
www.TheFibreCo.com
Knit Stitch Yarn
Knit Stitch Yarn is beautifully hand-dyed in the heart of Colorado by fiber artist, Melanie. She specializes in bright variegated and bold semi-solid colors that will help make your creation stand out!
www.etsy.com/shop/KnitStitchYarn
King Cole
Today King Cole Ltd provide a reliable and responsive service to many knitting wool retailers throughout the UK and overseas, both specialist and non-specialist. Our comprehensive stock of hand and machine knitting yarns is available in hundreds of shades and in qualities ranging from 100% Acrylic to 100% Wool. We also supply an ever increasing range of pattern designs and knitting books.
www.KingCole.com
Knerd Shop
Knerd was born in 2009, shortly after I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I had left my life in the corporate world to work at my husband's screen printing shop so I could focus on my health and spend more time with my family. Having been a knitter for 10 years, I decided to expand my craft to help with my ailing dexterity and memory, and to give me the much needed social outlet that I missed from cubicle life. Soon, my newfound art form (screen printing) melded with my love for yarny things, and I began to create designs that I would print on some cute bags that I'd found. Instead of getting yet ANOTHER corporate job, I've decided to turn Knerd into a full time venture, adding YARN!!
www.KnerdShop.com
Knit Picks
We believe in the power of handmade - the ability to transform a humble skein of yarn into countless possibilities, the sense of self we impart onto what we create. Handmade is a choice. It is time and effort set aside; it is willingness to slow down; it is a universal way of saying "you are loved".
www.KnitPicks.com
Lemonade Shop
The Lemonade Shop began in 2011 by Heather Rhoads. Heather, a true color and yarn lover, runs the shop out of Castle Rock, CO and loves every moment of her local business. Together with her husband Christopher they have grown the company to include several selected stockists in addition to their international customer base.
www.TheLemonadeShopYarns.com
Luna Grey Fiber Arts
Based on the sunny, western slope of Colorado, Luna Grey Fiber Arts is a small, one-woman, hand dyed yarn studio that specializes in unique hand painted and kettle dyed colorways on high quality, natural fiber yarns. Environmental responsibility is of utmost importance to us. Therefore, an ethical supply chain has been established ensuring that our wool yarns are sourced from muesling-free farms in the UK, Argentina, Uraguay and small family farms in the mountains of Peru where shepherds have been tending flocks for centuries. Water conservation practices are in place in the dye studio to reuse water whenever possible. And, all dye baths are exhausted 100% to ensure no dye is washed down the drain. All yarn is pre-soaked and rinsed following dyeing in Eucalan - a gentle, unscented, non-toxic wool wash. No plastic wrap is used during the process of creating our hand painted colorways.
www.LunaGreyFiberArts.com
Madelinetosh
Madelinetosh was created by Amy Hendrix: Dyer, mama, and passionate color theory and crafting advocate. Madelinetosh represents curated colors dyed with care on wholesome, ethically sourced and dyed wools. We celebrate rich, abundant color and natural fibers. The first Madelinetosh shop opened online on Etsy in 2006. Out of this tiny start-up grew a hand dye operation which now supplies yarn to stockists around the globe, from Iceland to Japan, from Australia to Alaska.
www.Madelinetosh.com
VENDOR
We are dedicated to all the things that make yarn a way of life. From yarns so soft they engulf you with wooly love to colors that make every inch of your project a fascinating discovery, you will come to adore everything MJ does. We love MJ Yarns here. We know you will too.
www.MJYarns.com
Notions Marketing
We are passionate about promoting creativity and prosperity all around the world. As stewards of our Creator, we are to always use our talents to the best of our ability to serve our customers, employees and our community at large.
www.NotionsMarketing.com
Plymouth Yarn
Whether you are knitting, crocheting or crafting, we have the perfect product for your project. You will find the latest color trends and patterns support. We also offer the finest quality and newest styles in yarns as well as a vast assortment of free patterns. At Plymouth Yarn, a family owned business since 1964, we take pride in our service and products. Plymouth Yarn is available exclusively at your local yarn shop.
www.PlymouthYarn.com
Quince & Co
All of our wool and wool-blend yarns are spun in historic American mills from territory wool. By sourcing our wool in the US and manufacturing our yarn locally, we minimize our carbon footprint and we help keep American ranches from turning into parking lots. Whenever possible we also source our alpaca, merino (fancy term for fine wool), and mohair here in America. When we use fibers that aren’t from the US, we find out as much as possible about where they are from and how they came to be. If we're sourcing a yarn from a plant fiber, we want to know if it was grown in conditions that are healthy for the soil and for those who tend and harvest it. If we're looking for an animal fiber, we want to know if the animal was raised in a way that sustains the earth and preserves the culture of the people who care for it.
www.QuinceAndCo.com