TheFiberGoddess

The Fibergoddess

Berkeley, California · 751 Sales

TheFiberGoddess

The Fibergoddess

Berkeley, California 751 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(206)

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Connie

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Announcement   Are you a maker who only produces small quantities of your fiber, textile, and paper art? Are you a quilter who only needs a few yards of sequins to make your quilt pop? Did you attend a bead show and purchase a fabulous bead but you need just the right ribbon to make it into a fashionable necklace? Maybe you’re a glass bead maker who makes a limited quantity of beads and you just found the perfect hank of hand-dyed gimp in your current color palette that would be perfect for stringing the six beads that are cooling in your kiln. Were you annoyed when you learned that the vendor would only sell the entire 140-yard hank? You really wanted it; but what would you do with the remaining 134 yards? If you see yourself in either of these scenarios, TheFiberGoddess has the perfect solution for you.

I specialize in sourcing beautiful, fun, interesting, and unique fibers, fabrics, cords, and ribbons. All of these products are either hand-dyed in the USA or are commercially dyed and imported from all over the world. All of my yarns are sold only in yarn shops and the majority of them are no longer readily available, if at all. These are all brand new items, some of which are in very limited quantities, that were sold in my yarn shop.

I owned a yarn shop for 20 years and carried only moderate and high-end cords, ribbons, and yarns. After being opened for a few years, I started vending at my local quilt guild’s annual quilt show. I was intrigued when customer’s brought a ball/hank of yarn up to the register asking to purchase 1 – 5 yards. I thought they were nuts, what could they possibly do with such small amounts? One of my best customers, who became a best friend, laughed when I complained to her about the experience. She informed me that art quilters and wearable artists only needed a small amount to embellish their projects. She showed me a card of basic, boring, yarn that she had purchased. She told me to look around at my store inventory and see what I could provide to these artists. I was convinced. From that moment on, I traveled throughout the US and Canada to sell my products at bead, quilt, and sewing shows. I took all of my inventory and put it in smaller quantities because I had found a need and intended to fill it.

I sell to felters, quilters, sewists, jewelry makers, glass bead, book, doll, fairy, greeting card, and journal makers. Scrapbookers, collage, fiber and mixed media, paper, textile, and wearable artists also love being able to purchase only what they can use at any given moment.

Recently, I decided to expand my customer base and bring my products to all of the makers on Etsy. I have so many more products to add. So many products, so little time! Please come back often to see what’s been added. Thanks for stopping by!

Connie
The Fiber Goddess

Please follow me on Facebook @TheFiberGoddess and on Instagram @fibergoddess1.

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Last updated on Jan 18, 2018

Are you a maker who only produces small quantities of your fiber, textile, and paper art? Are you a quilter who only needs a few yards of sequins to make your quilt pop? Did you attend a bead show and purchase a fabulous bead but you need just the right ribbon to make it into a fashionable necklace? Maybe you’re a glass bead maker who makes a limited quantity of beads and you just found the perfect hank of hand-dyed gimp in your current color palette that would be perfect for stringing the six beads that are cooling in your kiln. Were you annoyed when you learned that the vendor would only sell the entire 140-yard hank? You really wanted it; but what would you do with the remaining 134 yards? If you see yourself in either of these scenarios, TheFiberGoddess has the perfect solution for you.

I specialize in sourcing beautiful, fun, interesting, and unique fibers, fabrics, cords, and ribbons. All of these products are either hand-dyed in the USA or are commercially dyed and imported from all over the world. All of my yarns are sold only in yarn shops and the majority of them are no longer readily available, if at all. These are all brand new items, some of which are in very limited quantities, that were sold in my yarn shop.

I owned a yarn shop for 20 years and carried only moderate and high-end cords, ribbons, and yarns. After being opened for a few years, I started vending at my local quilt guild’s annual quilt show. I was intrigued when customer’s brought a ball/hank of yarn up to the register asking to purchase 1 – 5 yards. I thought they were nuts, what could they possibly do with such small amounts? One of my best customers, who became a best friend, laughed when I complained to her about the experience. She informed me that art quilters and wearable artists only needed a small amount to embellish their projects. She showed me a card of basic, boring, yarn that she had purchased. She told me to look around at my store inventory and see what I could provide to these artists. I was convinced. From that moment on, I traveled throughout the US and Canada to sell my products at bead, quilt, and sewing shows. I took all of my inventory and put it in smaller quantities because I had found a need and intended to fill it.

I sell to felters, quilters, sewists, jewelry makers, glass bead, book, doll, fairy, greeting card, and journal makers. Scrapbookers, collage, fiber and mixed media, paper, textile, and wearable artists also love being able to purchase only what they can use at any given moment.

Recently, I decided to expand my customer base and bring my products to all of the makers on Etsy. I have so many more products to add. So many products, so little time! Please come back often to see what’s been added. Thanks for stopping by!

Connie
The Fiber Goddess

Please follow me on Facebook @TheFiberGoddess and on Instagram @fibergoddess1.

Connie

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I love all things fiber!

Are you a maker who only produces small quantities of your fiber, textile, and paper art? Are you a quilter who only needs a few yards of sequins to make your quilt pop? Did you attend a bead show and purchase a fabulous bead but you need a beautiful ribbon to make it into a fashionable necklace? Maybe you’re a glass bead maker who makes a limited quantity of beads and you just found the perfect hank of hand-dyed gimp in your current color palette that would be perfect for stringing the six beads that are cooling in your kiln. Were you annoyed when you learned that the vendor would only sell the entire hank of 140 yards? You really wanted it; but what would you do with the remaining 134 yards? If you see yourself in either of these scenarios, TheFiberGoddess has the perfect solution to your dilemma.

I specialize in sourcing beautiful, fun, interesting, and unique fibers and fabrics. The cords, fabrics, fibers, and ribbons that I sell are either hand-dyed in the USA or are commercially dyed and imported from all over the world. All of my yarns are or were sold only in yarn shops. The majority of them are no longer readily available, if at all. These are all brand new items, some of which are in very limited quantities, that were sold in my yarn shop.

I owned a yarn shop for 20 years and carried only moderate and high-end cords, ribbons, and yarns. After being opened for a few years, I started vending at my local quilt guild’s annual quilt show and would find myself getting irritated by customer’s bringing a ball/hank of yarn up to the register asking to purchase 1 – 5 yards. I thought they were nuts, what could they possibly do with such small amounts? One of my best customers, who became a best friend, laughed when I complained to her about the experience. She informed me that art quilters and wearable artists only needed a small amount to embellish their projects. She brought in a card of just basic, boring, yarn and showed me how much she had paid for it. She told me to look around at my store inventory and see what I could provide to these artists. I was convinced. From that moment on, I traveled throughout the US and Canada to vend at bead, quilt, and sewing shows. I took all of my inventory and put it in smaller quantities because I had found a need and intended to fill it.

I sell to felters, quilters, sewists, jewelry makers, glass bead, book, doll, fairy, greeting card, and jounal makers. Scrapbookers, collage, fiber and mixed media, paper, textile, and wearable artists also love being able to purchase only what they can use at any given moment.

I, recently, decided to expand my customer base and bring my products to all of the makers on Etsy. I have so many more products to add. So many products, so little time! Please come back often to see what’s been added. Thanks for stopping by!

Connie
The Fiber Goddess

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