2020 Copper K Fiber Festival Vendors

Ranching Tradition Fiber, Kami Noyes Whitehall, Montana

Montana raised Targhee Rambouillet Fiber and Yarns.


Snowdrift Alpacas and Copper Creek Studio, Michael and Betty Kujawa, Butte, Montana

Alpaca roving, handspun yarns, woven rugs and pottery.


Red Apron Catering, Cindy Brennan, Whitehall Montana

She will be serving Breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks.


Mrs. Hartman’s Farmhouse Market, Emily Hartman Kalispell, MT

Registered Leicester Longwool and participating vendor in Shave 'em to Save 'em,

Handspun, Batts, Soap, DIY Felting Kits, and other gifts


Notlwonk Springs, Fred, Jo and Ann Knowlton , Cornish, Utah

Romney, Corriedale and Romeldale wool.  Raw fleeces, roving, yarns, felt, tanned hides and finished product


Stone Cottage Pottery & Farm, Patti Gregerson, Marion Montana

Handcrafted pottery specially designed for fiber-loving folks


The Wool Mill & Serenity Sheep Farm Stay, LaVonne Stucky, Belgrade, MT

Bring your fleece for custom processing, farm to yarn one flock at a time.  Offering roving, batts and yarn processing as well as from her flock of Romney/Shetland sheep.  Come stay on the farm in an antique sheepherder's wagon.



Feathergrass Fiber, Teri Eliasson, Idaho Falls, Idaho

Super Fine Merino and Luster Long Wool.  Fleeces, processed wool, yarn and unique dye batches

email - rocksmudda@msn.com

Spanish Peaks Alpacas, Evi Dixon, Manhattan Montana

Wonderful yarn and handmade crafts from 100% Suri Alpaca fleece, also Suri rugs, felted soap and dryer balls


Goldieknots Montana, Tammy Jordan, Lincoln Montana

Local Montana Wool, Natural and hand-dyed spinning fibers and yarn, knitting kits featuring local Montana pattern designers, hand-beaded stitch markers, felting kits and much more


Wandering Pines Ranch, Dianne Wright, Weiser Idaho

Hand dyed fibers and roving, handspun yarn, finished goods and Hand turned spinning accessories


Esther Purl Fibers, Regina Frahm, Newton, IA

Homegrown white and natural colored Cormo fleeces, limited edition yarns and roving


Dresow Family Farm, Stacy Dresow, Lonsdale, MN

 Cormo & Cormo cross sheep. White, colored & natural dyed fiber. Mill spun yarns, roving, fleeces and finished goods.


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Fair Winds Llamas and Fiber Mill, Steve Erb, Helena, MT

Full processing Llama and Alpaca Fiber Mill.   They will have Yarns and roving produces by their mill. Also handcrafted fabric bowls and quilts.


Heryford Homestead, Lynn Heryford, Fort Shaw, MT

With the majestic Rocky Mountain Front as its backdrop, the Heryford Homestead sways with the sometimes harsh Montana winds and rhythms of farm life. Lynne "endears" nurturing this homegrown lifestyle. Raising most of her family's food, keeping bees and developing wool products from her flock of Romney sheep, allows her to llive a very joy filled life! Find in her booth raw Romney fleeces in several natural colors, natural and dyed yarns, roving, pelts and other products made from her sheep and her passion.

email - cowpeople78@hotmail.com

Lone Pine Wool Emporium, Mona Hylton, Helena, MT

CVM natural colored fleeces-gray, brown and white, as well as rovings and yarns, both natural and dyed.


Willow Creek Studio, Christena Luoma, Red Lodge, MT

Everything alpaca, yarn, fiber and gifts.


Dunlaveign Ranch, Lisa Jugar, Olney, MT

Family-run alpaca ranch in Northwest Montana producing hand-processed, hand-spun, natural and hand-dyed alpaca and alpaca blended fiber, yarn, and finished items.


Blue Savannah, Kristin Milloway, Idaho Falls, ID

Blue Savannah has gorgeous gradients and skeins of hand dyed yarn on luxury bases inspired by life in Idaho.


Heart and Soul Alpacas and Spinnery, Karen Ball, Whitehall, MT

We raise both suri and Hucaya alpacas specializing in elite fine gray huacays and fine and lusterous light colored suri's. We sell breeding/show stock as well as own and operate our own custom fiber processing mill. We make yarn, roving, felt, rug yarn, rugs, insoles, dryer balls and more. We also sell raw fleece.


Knaturl Knitwear, Amanda Bjerke, Helena, MT

Knaturl Knitwear, was born after meeting a fellow knitter who gave Amanda Bjerke a set of Clover Pom Pom makers over lunch. Those Pom Poms turned into owls and hedgehogs. The adorable woodland creatures turned into classes where she began selling the Pom Pom makers. Inventory has expanded to include the most popular knitting notions, and needles by ChaioGoo, Addi, Knitters Pride, and Clover. Knaturl Knitwear can be found traveling around with a vintage suitcase holding pop up shops at local knitting groups, artisan markets and on Etsy. Amanda continues to teach knitting and fiber craft workshops. Her knitting patterns available on Ravelry and Etsy. She lives in Helena, MT with her partner, Wade and their two dogs.


Spin Dance Acres, Bonnie Barcus, Boise, Id

Navajo-Churro wool: raw, roving, & yarns. Weaving tool and looms. Finishes weaving, felted items, and locker hooked items and materials.


Gerschubie Fiber Arts, Heather Brunner, Ennis, MT

Gerschubie Fiber Arts offers hand dyed yarns and stitch markers. We are transitioning to being based out of Ennis, MT year round and look forward to fulfilling your indie dyed yarn needs.


Black Hills Woolies, Marilyn Clark Lucero, Custer, SD

Sells fleece, rovings, clouds and yarns (natural and hand dyed) mainly from animals that I have raised. I raised Teeswater sheep as well as fibered goats, llamas and alpacas for many Years.  I carry some fiber related books and have taught any people how to spin and weave. I am a Schacht dealer so will bring equipment, etc


Majoring in Fiber, Esther Enright, Custer, SD

Majoring in Fiber sells natural wool yarn grown and milled in the western U.S. The wool is purchased from local farms to support small family-owned businesses. The yarn and its story will keep you warm.


Athena Spinning, Mark Lambert, Chanute, KS

Athena Spinning manufactures hardwood travel spinning wheels in the heartland. Our Capricorn wheels weigh in at an average of 10 pounds and disassemble for easy packing in a tote bag or overhead luggage. Our little owls are made in combinations of black walnut and maple with a few mesquite and purpleheart wheels thrown in the mix. We feature infinitely adjustable ratios from 5:1 – 13:1 and a corkscrew orifice that eliminates the need for a hook. We also make travel lazy kates and other accessories.


Art by Christy Greene,  Montana


Steitzhof Merino, John and Carol Steitz, Whitefish, MT

We raise naturally colored Merino sheep of Australian genetics specifically for the handcraft community. This flock is the current Black Sheep Cup holder for finest 5 fleeces at Black Sheep Gathering including Grand and Reserve Champion Colored fleeces. Our sheep are pasture raised and jacketed all year. We were very selective in our starter stock and continue to select to a higher level. In addition to fine and ultra-fine raw fleeces, we have roving and yarn processed entirely in Montana in our product line. Our flock is NCWGA and MWGA registered. Steitzhof Merinos is a “Grown in Montana” entity.


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