Inspired by a love of woods, mountains, and the outdoors, adKnits is a line of nature-inspired goods for knitters and makers. Stickers, pins, bags, and the unique "Purl Scouts" merit badge series.
Aster Fiber Company, located in Southwestern Virginia, is a woman-owned, indie-dyed, yarn supplier with an emphasis on, and appreciation for, deeply saturated and vibrant hues.
Cesium Yarn is run by wife-and-wife team Cat and Penny Stricklin. We're all about bringing beauty and joy from our family to yours.
Furhaven Farm is a small dairy goat and alpaca farm owned by Tabatha and Colby. Offering alpaca and goat photo shoots, goat cuddle sessions, and breeders of Maremma livestock guardian dogs.
Twin Mountain Handcrafts, creating thoughtful, small batch fiber working notions in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Yarn Over Floyd is a small batch, independent yarn dyer from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Here in the Appalachian Mountains I try and collect, use and save our local flora, scraps from the garden and weeds to help feed our love of fiber. There is never enough yarn and each one of our skeins is dyed specifically with the intent of you being able to take a little piece of our paradise home with you.
A Likely Yarn - Abingdon
Backstitches - Lynchburg
Dances with Wool - Midlothian
Ewe Fine Fibers - Charlottesville
House Mountain Yarn Co - Lexington
The Knittin' Coop - Salem
Magpie Knits - Charlottesville
New River Art and Fiber - Blacksburg
Stitch Witch Yarn Shop - Bedford
Susan's Yarn Stash - Fisherville
Wool Workshop - Roanoke
Yarn Seasons - Hardy