About Autumn Teneyl:
Capricious and captivating, Autumn Teneyl is a celebration of eclectic chic: Luscious organics, stretch laces, vibrant colors, soft and flowing, body-conscious details; Glorious pants, tops and dresses with no binding stiffness to disrupt the grace and beauty of females in motion. It’s not just a look ~ it’s a statement!

The Designer:

Autumn Teneyl is a fashion designer and artist best known for her feminine, free‐flowing designs. In the summer of 2000, Autumn found her calling as a fashion designer. Her fluid designs were born against the natural backdrop of mountain music festivals, giant Aspen and bustling streams. The mountain chic, homegrown label is owned by the designer, who is committed to an ethical and eco-conscious model in all areas of the business. Autumn is an advocate for the environment and the human condition, and she devotes annual time and revenue to these causes. Autumn utilizes domestically made organic fabrics and re-purposed designer‐end natural & synthetic fabrics to reduce the environmental burden of textile manufacturing. ATD offsets 100% of their operational and travel costs by purchasing renewable energy credits (REC’s) and has donated tens of thousands of dollars yearly to organizations such as the AIDS Foundation, Free A Child, public radio stations (KDNK, KGNU, KSUT, eTown) and environmental groups like Colorado Wild. Every garment is handmade in Colorado, USA.

Autumn Teneyl Website
USPS Mailing Address:
Autumn Teneyl Designs
P.O. Box 2998
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Autumn Teneyl Designs
157 S. 8th Street
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Direct Studio Line: (970) 264-1044


a long, long time ago in the 80’s…
There was Peter and Patty, two snow crazy merino wool converts from Vermont.

They roamed the woolderness in their beat-up old van, the first to introduce merino virgins to the joy of socks. spreading the wool. They cured chief stinkfoot and crazy blister, and soon had so many converts that Peter and Patty started the best darn merino sock empire in the U.S. weaving their names into sock folk legend.

But Peter and Patty yearned for the road and their feet began to itch, which was strange because merino is itch-free.

So now they roll with the nomadic point6 tribe. this tribe has pimped out some sweet vans, put in some banging sound sytems and now spread the wool asking people to have socks with them.

Because once you’ve experienced point6, your socks life will never be the same again

Point6 Website
phone: 877-why-wool (877-949-9665)

Our mission is clear: To deliver extraordinary comfort, quality and lasting value to our consumers; drive mutual profitability with our partners; and, actively contribute to the communities that sustain us.

SmartWool Values. Humanity. Humility. Integrity. Excellence. In order to stand out from the crowd, it’s important for our employees to exhibit these values every day, within everything they do.

SmartWool is only as good as the people that work here. Whether we’re creating a new product, helping a partner with a store opening, or serving the community, we do it better when we do it together.


SmartWool Website
3495 Airport Circle
PO Box 774928
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: 970-879-2913

Over the years, I have been drawn to the study of antique and ancient beads and artifacts. The impetus and inspiration for my jewelry designs is fed by the fascinating history and stories behind these pieces of stone, shell, glass, and metal that are decades, centuries and, at times, millennia old. My unique creations combine beads, amulets, pendants, and other relics from various ages, cultures, and religions into one-of-a-kind necklaces and earrings, which individuals around the world purchase both for adornment and as collector pieces. Occasionally, I offer unique pieces from other selected designers, as well as original antique ethnic jewelry and collectible beads.

My travels, combined with personal relationships with traders and collectors from Africa, Central and East Asia, the Pacific Rim, and Latin America, allow me to obtain the highest quality materials for my creations. Meeting and becoming friends with so many people who share my love and interest in ethnic jewelry has been a blessing. In fact, it is quite natural to find traders from Mali, Nigeria, and other countries visiting my home, with tubs of beads and artifacts from around the world.

With gratitude, we donate 10% of our profits to relief agencies in countries where our beads and artifacts were originally created and worn.

Dorje Designs Website
3701 Arapahoe Ave.
Unit 420
Boulder, CO 80303
T: 303.494.0184

Family values and good old fashioned service! For over fifty years, Trice Jewelers has been a leader in the Rocky Mountain jewelry industry and is considered Colorado’s largest full-service jewelry store. Trice Jewelers is locally owned and operated with a staff of over forty people.

We are proud to be a part of your family and wish you the very best for many more years to come. This year we have put together an extraordinary collection of diamonds, jewels, and other rare treasures that will bring your family happiness and lasting memories for generations.

We take great pride in our expertise at Trice Jewelers and we look forward to helping you select that perfect gift. Our commitment is to exceed your expectations while providing you with the finest jewelry at excellent values. Our custom design shop is on site with the finest craftsmen in the industry ready to help make your dreams come alive with our exclusive designs.

Trice Jewelers
The Streets at Southglenn
Arapahoe & University
6885 South University Blvd.
Centennial, CO 80122

Phone: (303) 759-9661
Fax: (303) 759-3976

Howdy, Partners! Welcome to our collection of leather products, fancy duds and decorative doodads.

You’re in the right place if you’re looking for handmade saddles, tack, fine leather clothing, leather decorative items, and various other useful and attractive leather products, all of which we’ve been making since…well, so long we can’t rightly recall.

Some of our fine leather products are aimed at making you and your horse as comfortable as possible, other items are right useful even to city folks with maybe an affection for western cowboy decor. Our simple Pocket Lead, for example, could be used to help you handle a horse, but you could just as well use it as an attractive dog leash. Or you might want a pair of cowboy chaps to wear while riding your motorcycle, like Jackie does…

You’ll also find information on making your own leather products, suppliers and such…and a bit of history about us and our ranch in western Colorado.

Contact:Cowboys Toys Website
595 CR 501
Bayfield, Co. 81122
Phone: 970-884-9415

Sundance Sheepskin and Leather was established as a family business in 1971. Now, 38 years later we pride ourselves in still being a small family owned and operated business. We hand make all of our products in a small workshop out of our home in our small Colorado mountain town of Guffey. Since 1976 we have been marketing our products at judged arts and crafts fairs, as well as running a mail order business. We attend approximately 20 shows annually in a six state region.
Call us for show schedules and information.

Green business practices
The Sundance family is committed to doing what we can to help the environment. We realize that the shoe industry is not the most environmentally friendly industry, but here are a few reasons that buying from Sundance can help make a difference:
*We have eliminated the toluene based adhesives from our product lines and have gone to a natural rubber based glue with stitched on techniques. Healthier for us and for the environment.
*We buy only US materials tanned locally, thus eliminating the huge amounts of oil required to ship materials from China and other parts of the world and reducing the “carbon footprint” of producing our products.
*The US tanneries that we use are subject to much higher environmental standards than their foreign competitors.
*We re-use cardboard boxes for all of our shipping and recycle anything we can.
*We recently started shipping all orders using UPS Carbon Neutral shipping to offset the environmental impacts of shipping.
*All of the Sundance Family lives within walking distance of our workshop!
*Our workshop is a highly efficient, passive solar design with wood heat.
*We are looking into the feasibility of installing an active solar and wind powered electric system to power our workshop – we’ll keep you posted on the progress.
*Creating products from sheepskin is using an otherwise wasted byproduct of the wool and lamb industry. Sheep are not raised solely for their skins.
*We are always looking for new ways to improve our practices and reduce our impact on our Mother Earth.

So, put on your warm fuzzy Sundance Sheepskin Slippers and turn down the thermostat!

Sundance Sheepskin & Leather Website
Jean & Barry Anderson
800 Fawn Dr.
Guffey, CO 80820

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