Welcome to the Daedalus Fly-In Marketplace! The market will be hosted by Daedalus Enterprises LLC. at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort in the Terrace Ballroom. The market will be open to retreat patrons privately (entry is included in the retreat package) on Friday, March 3rd, 2023 from 12-6 p.m. and Saturday, March 4th, 2023 from 9-12 p.m. The public is welcome on Saturday, March 4th, 2023 from 12-5 p.m. with an entry fee of $5.
At the market, you will enjoy access to some of the finest makers in the fiber community. These vendors below, have been chosen for the quality and care they put into their wares. In the meantime, please feel free to visit their websites which are linked below.
Marketplace Map - Terrace Ballroom
Apothefaery Luxury Fibers
Creative with Clay
Deep Dyed Yarn
Jeri Brock Woodworks
Three Waters Farm
Charan Sachar of Creative with Clay is an artist whose work reflects his passion for the fiber arts, including spinning, knitting, and weaving. Charan highlights his handspun yarns with the use of color and texture. His fiber pursuits serve as inspiration for his clay work, decorating the surfaces to represent the textures he spins, knits, and weaves, while still keeping functionality and uniqueness in mind.
Into the Whirled
We are a fiber arts company founded by Jill & Nicolas Duarte in 2013 with the purpose of using “new” materials and technology to bring a modern twist to the ancient fiber arts. In addition, one of our core beliefs is that tools should be a joy to use and a delight to behold. This unique combination is an extension of ourselves; we both come with a background in science and engineering, and we are both avid fiber artists, enjoying knitting, crochet, spinning, and weaving.
Jeri Brock Woodworks
Jeri Brock Woodworks is home of the ORIGINAL scrolled Turk. Jeri is a part-time woodworker and full-time fiber enthusiast. She is best known for creating Turkish drop spindles with cutouts, her original design concept. There are no CNC machines, laser cutters, or duplicating jigs in her shop. All patterns are hand-drawn and individually hand-cut using a scroll saw. We're all about the tools of the trade at Jeri Brock Woodworks, and everything is handmade.
Situated on a hill overlooking the Haw River, Three Waters Farm looks out over a mixed terrain of fields, woods, and water in the piedmont of North Carolina. In 1997, we started making products from our sheep's wool and goat's milk. Presently we dye an ever-growing collection of colorways for hand-spinners on a variety of wool and wool/silk blends. From our goats milk we make handmade Goat's Milk True-soap, using our special recipe.
We are a small alpaca farm in Freedom, Indiana, established in 2011. We have an elite herd producing mainly dark and grey animals with extreme consistency and fineness. We use their fiber for spinning to make yarn, felting for craft projects, and many other uses. Out alpacas have very fine, silky fiber and we invite you to come visit our farm to see what alpacas are all about.