Commercial Exhibitors

Please check back here often to see what Commercial Exhibitors will be at the 2019 Marketplace



Andean Textile Arts offers the most exclusive textiles designed and created by the weavers of the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru. These one-of-a-kind, handwoven or handknit, naturally-dyed bags, runners, mantas, shawls, hats, and bands are a treasure to use or display. Andean Textile Arts is a U.S. nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the people and communities of the Andes in their efforts to preserve and revitalize their textile traditions.  Visit us at for program offerings and donations.


Dogmaw Glass features Jo Hoffacker’s handmade glass button and her handspun and handdyed bamboo yarn.  Visit her at


Out of Hand Studios, the business side of Alexa Urquhart, presents you an opportunity to see and savor her beautiful one-of-a-kind glass beads, whether for your clothing or as embellishment for you to wear.


Jennifer Gould Designs offers extraordinary handmade fabric dolls, beautiful hand printed fabrics and self-published patterns. Find out more about Jennifer and her artistry at Jennifer is also on Facebook and teaches her many techniques at her home and other locations.


Threadbender Yarn Shop, a brick and mortar store owned by Juliane Anderson and managed by daughter, Becca Anderson, will provide a rich selection of yarn, fiber, weaving and spinning tools, and a variety of other fiber accoutrement. They are dealers for Schacht Spindle Co, and carry yarn and fiber produced by Juicy Yarns. Many well-known brands can be found, along with a large selection of dyeable and hand-dyed yarn and fiber. You’ll find plenty of variety and value. Find out more at, Facebook, and Instagram.


Woven Art Yarn Shop, located in Downtown East Lansing, specializes in natural fibers and hand dyed yarns.  Owned by Meg Croft, a dealer for Schacht Spindle Co., Glimakra USA, and Louet, Meg will have yarn by Habu, Bockens, and Louet as well as a selection of yarn on cones and spools, as well as dyeables.  A lovely selection of hand dyed yarn is also available, as well as books and tools for weavers, spinners, knitters and crocheters of all stripes. To keep up with what is going on at the shop, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and visit her at


Fiber Whims booth features Carol Kreher’s collection of hand spun novelty yarns, hand dyed yarns and roving, along with a selection of finished products to delight your fiber needs.  Contact Fiber Whims at 906-281-8388.



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