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Local Artists Are an Important Part of Our Business
BROOKMOORE CREATIONS LLC is a Tucson based fiber arts business owned by Jill Holbrook and Lura Moore. TYF features their Arizona Treasure Knitting Kits.
Desert Bloom Yarns is a family business dedicated to creating beautiful, luxurious hand-dyed yarns. Each of our colors are named after the beautiful desert plants found in our home state of Arizona.
Double Blessing's all started with a need for a good soap that wouldn't dry out the skin, and a lotion that would actually work! Her goats are milked by hand, and all of our products are made in small batches (also by hand) to ensure you are getting only the finest.
Dyelicious Yarn is exclusive to Tempe Yarn. It's “mood dyed”. Each line has its own unique dye technique. With each technique comes creative license to mix dyes magically and randomly. The story goes if you see it, love it, you better claim it before it’s gone. No dyelots allowed. Creativity and flights of fancy welcomed.
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Ken Ledbetter's KCL Wood's produces tools for the Fiber Artist. These include Drop Spindles, Shuttles, Yarn Bowls, Russian Spindles, Nostepinnes, Felting Tools and other things. He uses a variety of woods – especially mesquite from Arizona, Maple from Washington state, and Walnut.
True Designs Studio is the creative outlet for glass artist, Corri Young. She turns glass into a range of pendants, bracelets, necklaces, plus various items for fiber artists.
Cheryl Griset , Sonoran Desert Yarns, dyes fiber with Sonoran Desert Plants and done Naturally.

The plants of the desert are her color palette
SDG Creations by Kathy Canuel makes creative buttons, polymer clay & silver
wire jewelry.
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