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Marketplace

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 the public on Friday, March 1st, 2024 from 12-6 p.m. and Saturday, March 2nd, 2024 from 9-5 p.m. 


We are pleased to offer you access to a curated selection of vendors from the fiber community. These vendors have been carefully chosen for their dedication to quality and craftsmanship. To learn more about each vendor, please take a moment to visit their websites and social media linked below.

Marketplace Map - Coming Soon

Our Vendors

Apothefaery Luxury Fibers

Apothefaery Luxury Fibers offers breed-specific spinning supplies with a focus on US grown fibers.

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Cottontail Farms

My name is Chelsea and Cottontail Farm started in 2015 when I entered the world of fiber! 

My farm is located in Southwest Virginia in Floyd County, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The studio is right outside my house so my commute is very short but usually still involves spilled coffee. 

I raise my own fiber flock of Finnsheep and create bags and notions geared towards the fiber arts. I also teach various classes at festivals I attend to help add more fiber friends to the world! 

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Daedalus Spinning Wheels

Daedalus Spinning Wheels specializing in handmade high-performance carbon fiber electric spinning wheels.

Daedalus Fibers specializing in handdyed custom-blended luxury fiber.

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Deep Dyed Yarns

Hand-painting and dying yarns for knitting, crochet, spinning, and felting since 2007. We specialize in Deep Dyed colors to make your projects jump for joy!

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Desert Panda Fiber Arts

Indie dyers located in the Las Vegas Valley area in Nevada. Family owned and ran by Christin and Marcus.

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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.

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Jeri will also be hosting hand-dyed fiber from Inglenook Fibers.

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Spanish Peacock

The Spanish Peacock has been creating beautiful handmade fiber arts tools for over twenty years. While our products are mainly for hand spinners, we also provide tools for knitting, crochet, weaving and other less well known crafts.

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Spotted Circus

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.

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Steam-Bee Studios

Pottery Prints and Stickers. Inspired by the natural world, steampunkery and the magic of creating.

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Urban Girl Knits

An accomplished knitter and crocheter, Sheila started dyeing in 2016 and has expanded her business from home based to a lovely studio in Ashland VA. Inspired by knitted and crochet projects she sees the unlimited possibilities of color application everywhere she goes.

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