Spinners and Weavers of Indiana Fiber and Textiles
Castleton Farm Jackie Reiser. Huacaya Alpaca in a variety of colors – Springfield, IL.
Montrose Farms Alpaca Ranch Suri Alpaca – Brownsburg, IN.
MW Swampy Acres Eran McCarty. Llama fibers – Fortville, IN.
SuPaca Farms LLC Suelynne Childers – Alpacas – Gosport, IN 317-696-8139 or email@example.com
Trading Post for Fiber Arts Susan Markle. Alpaca fiber and yarn – Pendleton, IN.
Patti Hodge Art felt.
Ragtime Rugs Handwoven rugs.
Regina’s Fiber Art Regina Mitchell fiber art.
Linda Adamson – Weaving
Sue Meissner – Spinning I am a member of Bloominton Spinners and Weavers Guild. She is in her 6th and final year of a Master Spinner certificate course through Olds College, Alberta. Her course emphasizes technical spinning with a wide range of fibers on all sorts of spinning aparatus. Sue enjoys knitting, weaving, tatting and bobbin lace, but spinning best of all. At home she grows her own flax for spinning and is recognized for her skill in spinning cotton. Her hobbies live mostly amicably with her husband and three pedigree cats. Contact Sue at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Benita Story – Weaving, Spinning, Knitting
Description of what you want to sell: Full service fiber processing mill services including: carding, pin-drafting, spinning, dying of raw fiber into batts, roving, needle felting.