Information for the 2018 tour will be available in March, 2018. 
We are finalizing the details!

For the 2017 tour there were 6 Tour Sites and 9 Participants.

The map below shows the site locations by number. Below the map is a list of participants with corresponding site numbers. 

Find a printable brochure and map here:  PRINTABLE MAP

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Site #1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SandraSilk By Sandra Holzman

24 Moriarty Rd., Edgewood   *   505-414-1292
Treat yourself to soft and luxurious silks, hand painted and sewn into wonderful scarves, jackets and outfits. Fabulous colors and patterns on a wide range of washable fabrics. Yardage and remnants also available for your creative projects.
Shop our Silk Sale!

Hosted by SandraSilk:

Robin Pascal and Perfect Buttons

505-286-1783   *
Handwoven garments, handpainted yarns, roving, silk hankies and felted batts; prepared mixed and handpainted warps; handspun yarn; shawl pins; fiber earrings; buttons; cabinet knobs; handwoven remnants and thrums.

Hosted by SandraSilk:

Catherine Kelly Hand Hooked Rugs

505-999-8319 * *
Catherine Kelly makes traditional hooked rugs in a contemporary style. She offers a wide selection of custom dyed wools for hooking, applique or other projects. Backing, hooks and other rug supplies are available for sale. She accepts commissions and some rug repair. Private instruction and classes are held in her studio.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Site #2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Edgewood Yarns & Fibers

Virginia Zvoch * 95 State Rd. 344, Suite 2, Edgewood
(SW corner of Edgewood Library building)
505-286-8900 *
Not your average yarn shop! We are receiving new yarns, patterns and needles all the time.
Edgewood Yarns offers a variety of classes from the beginner level to the more challenging.
Come visit us Tues - Sat  from 11-5.       Closed Sunday and Monday.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Site #3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The at Maple Winds Farm

Victoria & Robert Collins
150 Prairiewood Lane, Stanley, off Rt. 472
505-204-6127   *
Open by Request, text to 505-204-6127
I raised the wool, hand spin the yarns, dye the batts, weave shawls and throws. 
Majacraft & Louet Dealer
No Public Restroom

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Site #4 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hollywick Farms Alpacas

Bill & Kathy Herman, 503 Frost Rd., Sandia Park 87047
505-286-1172 *
Come meet our alpacas! Learn about their incredible fleece and get a sweet alpaca kiss!
Shop our soft alpaca roving, yarn, garments, accessories, blankets and more.

Hosted by Hollywick Farms:

Annie MacHale - Weaver Guitar Straps - ASpinnerWeaver

Edgewood   *  505-681-3078  *
Weaving colorful one-of-a-kind belts, straps for guitars, cameras, luggage, etc.
Inkle weaving classes, yarn and supplies.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Site #5 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Whispering Spirit Alpacas  dba: Whispirit

Sandy and Lee Liggett, 125 Entranosa Rd., Sandia Park

We make custom felted fabric in the East Mountains of New Mexico on our alpaca ranch.
Happy animals, happy farmers, happy makers, just like fashion really should be! Drop by during the Fiber Tour and meet the alpacas who produce the wonderful fleece that becomes our naturally luxurious garments and fabrics. Designer sale on all winter garments & accessories during the Fiber Tour and see our Spring designs.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Site #6 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Sacramento Mountain Weavers

12418 North Route 14, Suite B
Cedar Crest, New Mexico 87008
Kelly Stuart and Kenny Nix  *  505-933-1666

A working weaving studio, hand-dyed New Mexico wools: Churro, Alpaca, etc.
We showcase work by local textile artisans from Sandia Park, Santa Fe and Taos.
Art gallery, handwoven rugs, one-of-a-kind garments.