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  • The Woolery

    Featured Retailer: The Woolery Frankfort Kentucky


    The Woolery has been in business serving the needs of weavers, knitters, spinners and other fiber artists for over 30 years. We are family owned and operated. The shop is staffed daily by a team of Fiber enthusiasts with extensive background in Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Rug Hooking, Dyeing, Carding, Kumihimo, Beading and more!

    We offer classes and private instruction in our shop as well as help on the phone. We can provide guidance and help with your fiber arts projects and help with equipment selection, repair and maintenance.

    Our mission is to provide fiber arts supplies at competitive prices with fast turn around times and excellent customer service. We strive to be a part of the fiber arts community and it is part of our mission to strongly support guilds, festivals and other fiber arts people that work so hard to keep the crafts alive and improve them for future generations.

    We believe that it is essential for a fiber arts supply company to provide the following services:

    • Have a brick and mortar shop that you can visit, shop in, attend classes in, learn and fellowship in.

    • Answer the phone and provide knowledgeable people to answer questions.

    • Stock the products in house (How can you know about a product if you have never seen or used it?).

    Offer an outlet for new craftspeople to sell their stuff such as tools, spindles, finished fiber arts products and more.

    • Participate in the development of new products and strive to provide new sources for products that are hard to get or have disappeared.

    • Support fiber arts publications, festivals, guilds and artists both financially and physically.

    We are very grateful to be involved in something that we all know and love. We take much care in selecting and recommending products and fiber to our customers.

    Our brick and mortar shop in Frankfort is open Monday through Friday 9-6pm and Saturday 10-3pm. All orders placed on the website are typically shipped within 24hrs and many go out the same day. We understand when you place your order that you want your supplies ASAP and do everything we can to alert you if something is back ordered of delayed.


    Fun facts:

    A. We have 14 souls on the Woolery Team. 5 Women, 5 Men and 3 Canines?

    B. Our Shop was built prior to the Civil war @ 1852.

    C. We have 3 staunch rules in the shop:

    1. No Rap or Techno Music.

    2. If its not dying or on fire, it’s not an emergency.

    3. Have Fun!

    D. We will be opening the new 3500 sq ft. Woolery Weaving Center in early 2014.


    Why The Woolery chooses to sell Mirrix Looms:

    The Mirrix looms are very high quality, high tech, and strong, and are available in a wide range of sizes. They are great for Navajo weaving and Bead weaving.  The customer support provided by Mirrix is outstanding.


    Contact Information:

    Phone: (800) 441-9665

    Email: info@woolery.com

    Website: www.woolery.com

    Blog: http://thewooleryguy.wordpress.com/author/thewooleryguy/

    Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TheWooleryGuy

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Woolery/225913724334

    YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheWoolery

    Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/the-woolery

    Weaveolution: http://weavolution.com/group/woolery

    Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thewoolery/

    Newsletter: http://www.woolery.com/store/pc/Newsletter-d35.htm

    Google+ https://plus.google.com/b/105741287240565873961/

    Welcome to The Woolery YouTube Video: http://youtu.be/SAmlneuAIh0


  • Licence to Create

    Featured Retailer: Licence to Create Ambarvale, Sydney Australia

    Studio 5

    I have always had a passion for creating things, as a child it was mud pies, as a young adult there was always some new craft I was trying. At school the floor looms in the art rooms always fascinated me and I loved weaving on a frame loom.

    In the 90’s I discovered feltmaking, learnt how to spin my own yarn and rediscovered weaving, and as a result since 2001 I have been selling feltmaking supplies, tutoring, exhibiting and selling my creations. (Felt from the Heart)

    An ever changing market, increasing use of the internet and conversations with my family last year resulted in a decision to rebrand my business in 2013 and have a wider focus on textile art. It seemed only appropriate that if we were selling high quality items that Mirrix Looms be part of our range.

    My shop operates out of my studio space, it is only a small space but packed to the rafters with fabulous things to buy. I sell online and at specialty events, run classes and the studio is open by appointment, we welcome visitors to stop in for a cuppa or to try out a loom.

     Studio 2

    Fun Fact :

    This was a challenging question, I don’t know that I have a fun fact but one of my favourite pieces in my studio that always brings a smile to my face is my granny chair! It’s a basic office chair that I have covered in crochet granny squares.

    Studio 4

    Why Licence to Create chooses to sell Mirrix Looms:

    This was the easiest question :) they are beautiful, easy to use and a work of art themselves.

    Studio 3

    Contact Information: 



  • United States

    United States:

    Apple Hollow Farms
    http://www.applehollow.com/ Sturgeon Bay, WI

    Bazaar Star Beadery
    http://bazaarstarbeadery.com/ Ridgewood, NJ

    Bead Boutique of Naples, Inc.
    http://beadboutiquenaples.com/ Naples, FL

    Bead Spinner Lady
    http://www.beadspinner.com Spokane, WA

    Beyond Beads
    http://www.beyondbeads.com/ North Spokane, WA

    Creative Castle 
     Newbury Park, CA

    Easy Knotter
    http://designsbyreenie.com/ Cornwall, NY

    Everlea Textiles

    Fine Line Design 
     St Charles, IL

    Fire Mountain Gems
    http://www.firemountaingems.com/ Grants Pass, OR

    Flying Goat Farm
    http://www.flyinggoatfarm.com/Frederick, MD

    Green Valley Weavers 
     Colorado Springs, CO

    Halcyon Yarn
    http://halcyonyarn.com/ Bath, Maine

    Heritage Spinning and Weaving 
     Lake Orion, MI

    Hillcreek Fiber Studio
    http://hillcreekfiberstudio.com/ Columbia, MO

    I Dream of Beading
    http://www.idreamofbeading.com Poughkeepsie, NY

    http://www.lambspun.com/ Fort Collins, CO

    Mission Street Arts and Fibers 
     Ketchikan, AK

    NOA Gallery 
     Groton, MA

    Raven Rocks Studio 
     Whidbey Island, WA

    Spunky Eclectic
    http://www.spunkyeclectic.com Lisbon, ME

    Susan’s Fiber Shop
    http://www.susansfibershop.com/ Columbus, WI

    The Fiber Closet
    www.thefibercloset.com  Rockville, IN
    120 S Market St
    Rockville, IN 47872
    Located on the west side of the square in Rockville, Indiana, we provide equipment, supplies and education to our in-store & internet customers. Visit us for all your weaving, spinning, rug hooking, knitting & fiber related needs.

    The Fiber Factory 
     Mesa, AZ

    The Fiber Studio
    http://www.fiberstudio.com/ Henniker NH

    http://portfiber.com/ Portland, ME
    Located in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine, we strive to provide an encouraging community for fellow fiber-lovers by offering classes and carrying supplies for weavers, spinners, wet felters, needle felters, dyers, and knitters.

    Purl Soho
    www.purlsoho.com New York, NY
    459 Broome Street
    New York, NY 10013

    Spinnindipity Fibers
    www.spinnindipityfibers.com Edmonds, WA
    Karen Bruggman – owner

    The Recycled Lamb
    http://www.recycledlamb.com/ Golden, CO
    The Recycled Lamb has been serving handweavers and other fiber artists in the Denver area for thirty years. Providing equipment, supplies, and classes we are working to instill the love of weaving in yet another new generation!

    The San Gabriel Bead Company
    http://www.beadcompany.com Arcadia, CA

    The Spinning Loft 
     Howell, MI

    Village Spinning & Weaving
    http://www.villagespinweave.com/ Solvang, CA

    Weaver’s Loft
    http://www.weaversloft.com/ Guilford, IN

    Weavin’ Place
    http://www.weavinplace.com/ Folsom, LA

    Weaving Works
    http://weavingworks.com/ Seattle, WA
    (206) 524-1221
    Supplying and Teaching in the Pacific Northwest since 1974.

    WEBS Yarn
    http://www.yarn.com/ Northhampton, MA

    The Woolery
    http://www.woolery.com/store/pc/home.asp Frankfort, KY

    Yarn Barn of Kansas
     Lawrence, KS

    Yarnhouse Studio
    http://www.yarnhousestudio.com Opelika, AL

  • Australia


    Licence To Create
    http://licencetocreate.com.au/ Sydney (Ambarvale), Australia

  • Canada


    beadFX Inc.
    http://www.beadfx.com/ Unit 2, 19 Waterman Ave, Toronto, ON, M4B 1Y2, CANADA
    BeadFX – full service bead store and web-site – carrying all your beading and jewelry-making desires. Swarovski Crystal, Czech and Japanese Seeds, Czech glass, Lucite, Wire, Findings, Kumihimo. Lampworking and Metalsmithing studio. Classes. Not just supplies – but your “happy place.”

    Beads of Colour
    http://www.beadsofcolour.com/ Dundas, Ontario, CANADA

    Gaspereau Valley Fiber 
     Wolfville, Nova Scotia, CANADA

    Shuttleworks – Fiber Arts De Winton
    www.shuttleworks.com (Calgary) Alberta, CANADA
    Shuttleworks Fiber Arts is a fully stocked retail store carrying weaving equipment, spinning equipment, accessories, yarn, fiber, wool fabric, rug backing, books, magazines, fiber dyes, knitting needles, crochet hooks, needle and wet felting supplies, rug hooking and braiding supplies and tools, Kumihimo, bobbin lace and other fiber arts equipment and supplies. Shuttleworks carries the most diverse in-store fiber arts inventory in Canada for weavers, spinners, knitters and other fiber artists.

  • France


    Au fil de Lina – Artifilum
    www.artifilum.com Plombières-les-Bains, France
    Lina Lundquist, whose passion is weaving, has created the company Au Fil de Lina – Artifilum in the town of Plombières-les-Bains, in the East of France. She sells products for both professionals and for those wishing to explore the pleasures of textile handicraft (yarn, fibers, equipment and accessories for weaving, spinning, lacemaking, felting, etc.). The range of Au Fil de Lina – Artifilum products are enhanced by the Mirrix looms.

    Lina Lundquist, tisserande, a créé la Sarl Au fil de Lina – Artifilum dans l’Est de la France à Plombières-les-Bains. Elle commercialise des produits aussi bien pour les professionnels que pour ceux qui souhaitent découvrir les plaisirs de l’artisanat textile (fils, fibres, équipements et accessoires pour le tissage, la tapisserie, la dentelle, le feutrage etc.). La gamme des produits de Au fil de Lina – Artifilum s’enrichit des métiers MIRRIX dont elle est le seul revendeur en France.

  • United Kingdom

    United Kingdom:

    The Handweaver’s Studio
    http://www.handweavers.co.uk/ London, UK