We have some of our members who have Etsy shops, Facebook pages and websites. They are selling things including: yarns, garments, buttons, fiber, upcycled textiles and kits.
Lauralee Daluca "I love what I do and I can't wait to see where it goes!"
Fiber is what speaks to me the most these days, soft, colorful and full of history. I love seeing just how much I can do with it and I'm learning more every day! I spin and wet felt mostly, occasionally knitting so I can make more yarn. My specialities are qiviut, from musk ox, and dog fur/wool yarn. I also enjoy working with vintage Czech glass buttons, restoring and caring for them mostly.
I am a spinner of textured art yarns -with art yarn and textured yarns I was able to let the artist out in me. I try to spin a little every day relaxing and feeling the fiber slip through my fingers - creating beauty!
Thistlehill Farm has all types of natural fiber goods gleaned, processed and artfully handmade in Sequim Washington. The emphasis is local, local, local. From the snowberries that grow by the barn to the neighbor’s llamas that graze upon the hill, my products are a result of the beauty and abundance of the Olympic Peninsula
Kathy Martin "Be fun and as free of stress as possible!"
As do most fiberholics, I spin, dye, knit, crochet, weave, blend fibers and enjoy fiber outreach. Wynham Farms and gotmygoat are synonymous with my online ventures and wool market booths where I can be seen spinning novelty and exotic yarns.
Batts in the Bellfry fiber batts are visually exciting and so easy to spin. The finest fibers are combined to help you create beautiful handspun yarns with ease. Art Batts have extra embellishments to make your handspun art yarn pop!