Hope's Favorite Things

Hope’s Favorite Things

Hope Horn curates antiques and handcrafted fiber goodness made with love of all things timeworn and earthy. Ashford Spinning Wheel & Loom Dealer, Majacraft Dealer, and Kraemer rovings. Learn more.

crazy quilters

Crazy Quilters

Meeting in Emmaus, PA, the Crazy Quilters guild regularly features nationally-known or local quilters, quilt teachers, or other speakers on topics of interest relating to quilting. Learn more.

Christine Handler’s Country Craftworks

After designing the perfect angel pattern, Christine sews and quilts each one with themed wings and aprons. Each hang tag has the Lord’s names on the outside cover and inside you’ll find a Scripture verse. A portion of each purchase goes to the Wounded Warrior Project. Learn more.

Dye for Design

Dye for Design LLC

Roxanne Eklund, owner of Nazareth Artisan Studio, is a master natural dyer, weaver, and spinner and has recently retired from teaching textiles at the Pratt Institute in NYC. Learn more.

Buck Hollow LLamas

Douglas and Carol Reigh of Buck Hollow LLamas bring their nationally recognized llama fiber as well as other llama and camelid products. Learn more.

Bean's Pottery

Bean’s Pottery

Bean’s Pottery is run by Cathleen Repholz. The brown stoneware clay used is earthy and mud-like when wet, and warm brown when fired. Repholz also enjoys experimenting with fibers, copper jewelry and cooking, and considers this all part of her creative process. Learn more.

All Strings Considered

All Strings Considered

Located in the tiny village of Summit Mills, Pa., Birgitta Nostring is a traditional rag weaver. Hans, her son, weaves the “fluffy” rugs (afghan fringe selvage) and is also the goat keeper. Right now they have 30 does. Learn more.