Exhibitor List 2022
A Happy Crow sells a selection merino based yarns, all hand dyed in the Gloucestershire countryside.
Our largest range of colourways are inspired by pride flags, something very close to Pod’s heart. As well as pride inspired yarns, we take a lot of inspiration from nature and the seasons, and love the challenge of dyeing custom colours for people.
We also sell various yarn accessories including stitch markers, needle rolls & project bags!
All items are either sewn or printed by me. Project bags of varying shapes and sizes. Stitch markers, Needle books, Notebooks, Mugs, Cards, Embroidered Scissor cases, Circular needle cases, Crochet hook cases.
Wet felted gifts:
Framed seascape pictures (various sizes), Nuno Felted Silk scarves, Glasses cases, Cactus pots + cactus/succulent plant, Bowls, Shoulder bag/evening bag, Flowers, Flower brooches, Vases, Plant pots, Bookmarks, Purses, Ipad cases, Phone cases
Fox & Squirrel Creations specialises in hand-dyed yarn, dyed in Devon and inspired by nature. They have a variety of yarn bases available, including Sock (4ply), DK, Aran and Chunky, and their colourways are bright, cheerful and stand out from the crowd. They also stock a variety of yarn related accessories such as project bags, stitch markers and enamel mugs.
Gullrock Fibres is a plant dye studio in Devon run by Sinead who is passionate about combining her manufacturing engineering background with her love of materials, colour and texture. The plants are gathered locally and she also uses responsibly sourced dried plants and extracts. Her yarn bases are grown and spun in Devon, Cornwall and Yorkshire, are all nylon-free and non-superwash in order to retain their character and undergo as little processing as possible. Sinead is thrilled to be part of a fibre community who care about their environment, the materials they use and who support each other in the sharing of knowledge and skills. She hopes you enjoy crafting with her fibres and produce treasured pieces which will be used for years to come.
I sell a range of my handwoven and knitted items alongside individually hand-dyed yarns and fibres. I also sell ethically traded ceramic buttons and beads from South Africa.
We are a Hand Dyed Yarn company providing top quality Yarn and fleece, sourced from reputable UK based suppliers. We also supply Addi Accessories, which are renowned for their quality and ergonomic design. As well as lots of hand dyed yarn to choose from, there are a variety of knitting and crochet kits available.
At Kosy Kitchen Fibres, we are all about high quality products designed to inspire and excite our customers.
Paul & Dee Prior
Hand woven shawls & Wraps also hand made Tri-loom weaving frames
I hand paint ethically sourced luxury but affordable yarns in lots of yarn bases a large selection are processed in British Mills.. The inspiration for the colour ways in my yarns come from the coast and countryside surrounding my home in Somerset. I design patterns to complement my yarns and these are available in both printed and pdf form. Some of the popular patterns are available in kit form. I also sell a lovely selection of gifts for knitting and crochet, including handmade stitch markers, needle keeps, shawl pins had made in England and the extremely popular gift a balls.
Shelagh spins, dyes, weaves and hand knits the colours and textures of wild Dartmoor. British, rare breed and heritage lambswool, silk and sustainable natural fibres are processed, carded, dyed and knitted by hand to make one of a kind unisex sweaters and hats. Handwoven scarves, throws, cushions and bags made from handspun and mill ends of British lambswool. Artisan textiles, timeless, zero waste and eventually biodegradable to replenish the soil. Skeins of handspun yarn, washed and handdyed locks and tops for spinning and felting, drop spindles, small hand looms. Demonstrations of spinning and fibre preparation on the stand.
Our own hand painted and natural dye yarns and fibre and patterns. Knitting books, drop spindles and recycled sari silk. Rug yarns, hedgehog fibres, Marie Wallin, The Fibre Company, Fyberspates, Shetland wool cones, needles and crochet hooks.
As a textile artist and spinner myself, the quality and understanding of wool fibre is important. I produce many different products from colourful hand dyed and spun yarns & art yarns to raw fleece from my own mixed flock of rare breeds. I love blending different colours, textures and sparkles into batts and rolags for spinning and my own Teeswater sheep produce beautiful long lustre curls which are bunched and dyed in rainbow colours. For those wanting to begin their own woolly journey, I make learn to spin kits and my needle felting kits use rare breed British wool.
My hand dyed yarns cover a range of weights, from cobweb to sock weight, and are suitable for weavers, knitters and crocheters alike.
I’ll bring a selection of the wonderful Jamieson & Smith pure wool Shetland 2 ply yarn, and our range of original knitting kits that use these yarns and explore fair isle designs suitable for beginners and seasoned fair isle knitters.
I’ll also have a small weaving loom for demonstrations and a selection of small looms and equipment for weavers to buy.
Handspun yarns, natural plant dyed yarns, handwoven and knitted shawls and scarves plus miscellaneous handmade buttons, mini yarn skeins, hand dyed silk, handmade stitch markers.