Fibrefest will be held on: Saturday May 25th, 2019

Thanks to our 2018 Sponsors: Cabin Boy Knits | Ton-up Creative | Shed Chetwyn Farms | The Black Lamb

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List of Vendors

Vendors for 2018 are listed below.

A River of Yarn – Neko Curved Double Point Knitting Needles; Fashionable yarns; Knitting and Crocheting Kits & Patterns designed by myself/A River of Yarn.

Adele’s Locks of Love – hand dyed locks, rovings and sometimes used spinning equipment.

ALL DYED UP! Fibres – Hand dyed fibres.

Amazing Graze Alpacas – rovings, felted insoles, yarn, socks and hand knit accessories.

Artisanthropy – organic Cotton & Natural Fibre Yarns.

Bead Addict – bead kits, dual Lucet along with beaded fibre related items.

The Black Lamb – rovings and natural fleece from a variety of different breeds of sheep.

Black Sheep and Ewe

CakeTin Hats & C.K. Woolies – hand made felted hats and wearable fibre art!

Chetwyn Farms

coriand3r knits – hand-dyed yarns in deep, rich hues, perfect for knitters who love to be bold with their colours.

Cornerstone Fibres – handspun yarn, felting supplies, spinning fibres.

Cottage Craft Angora Mill – knitting patterns, qiviut/musk ox yarns & blends, Qiviut Rovings & Raw fibre, Shetland wool blend Qiviut yarns.

County Natural Fibres – a collaboration of sheep farmers and fibre artists. Beautiful hand dyed locks, indie dyed roving braids, pure roving, Suffolk wool quilt batting
, raw skirted fleeces including Wensleydale, lamb’s wool stuffing, beautiful handmade ceramic yarn bowls by local potter, amazing photography by local photographer. Our finest quality fleeces are sourced from an award winning purebred Border Leicester flock. This beautiful lustrous wool is perfect for spinning, locks, art yarn and felting.

Créations Christine – artistic and traditional spun yarns for any creative work. Discover the range of Ashford textile products and tools as well as wool from Canada, England, and Italy.

Créations Mirdi – wooden buttons, pinsets for shawls and knitted scarves, scarf buckles, broaches, pins.

Dragon Strings – Dragon Strings is a indie dye studio that focuses on fantastic one of a kind colourways and smooshy-smooth yarn bases. Inspiration is taken from photos, nature, geek culture and literary sources. You never know what’s going to come out of the pot this week! Featuring a variety of weights, specializing in fingering weight gradients. Mini kits, and stitch markers. Some spindles as well as nostapines.

Dyed by Lindsay – small batches of hand dyed and hand painted luxury yarns.

Fancy That – Creations by Francine – shawl pins stitch markers.

Farmablefibres – environmental and vegan yarns and fibres.

Gemini Fibres – spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting and felting  supplies and equipment.

Hooked on the Lake – rughooking supplies – kits, wool, hooks, hoops, patterns. Punchneedle supplies – patterns, threads, hoops, needles.

Hopeful Shetlands – fleece and fibres

Indigodragonfly Design & Consulting

J Hendry Design Co. – project bags and knitting organizers.

Lake Knit – hand dyed yarn and fibre, knitting and spinning tools.

Loomlust – weaving yarns and accessories.

Moosehill Woodworks – creates high quality organizers for knitters, spinners and fibre artists  from found or foraged Canadian hardwoods.

Northern Bay Fibres

Olive Sparrow – all the felting materials you possibly imagine, along with kits and tools for needle felting and wet felting.

Porch Swing Yarnsomniac – Colinette yarns, three Irish Girls, Sweet Georgia, tussah silk and mulberry silk fibres and yarns.

Prince Edward County Museums – The Museums of Prince Edward County are five unique museums, located throughout the municipality. In scenic surroundings, they interpret the community’s dynamic heritage with settlement dating from the late 18th Century.

Purlin J’s yarn truck with its eclectic mix of indie yarn and other fun items.

Red Sock Blue Sock Yarn – hand dyed yarn.

Riverside Studio – hand dyed yarns.

Rosehaven Yarn Shop – not your run of the mill yarn store!

Shall We Knit – offering a wide variety of quality yarns and workshops to help you make something wonderful!

Sheeps Ahoy – 100% wool yarn (primarily Shetland wool), pattern support (Schoolhouse Press, Natalie Servant, etc.), knitting books (Kate Davies, Schoolhouse Press, etc.), some knitting tools, kits especially for fair isle work projects, lots of smiles, support and technical help.

Sheepspot – breed-specific hand-dyed yarns for knitters.

Shelridge Yarns – hand dyed yarns in lace, fine, fingering, DK, worsted & bulky weights. Unique kits and knitting books.

Stix & Stones – the finest selection of knitting & crochet yarns & accessories.

Stone Spindle Farm – alpaca fibre & products.

Studioloo – Fibre Art Studio.

Sweet Paprika Designs – hand-dyed yarns, knitting and crochet patterns.

T&K Fibres and More – roving, Locks, handspun yarns, batts, hand felted items.

Unwind Yarn House – yarn, needles, hooks & accessories.

Van Dijk Designs – hand sewed project bags and tool bags.

Wellington Fibres – mohair and wool yarn, plus rovings and kits.

Wendo – whimsical needle-felted sculpture.

Westridge Yarn & Fibre – hand dyed yarn and fibre for knitting and spinning.

What’s Weft – wool fibre for felting, spinning. Spinning & Weaving equipment & accessories.

Willow Creek Rug Hooking – traditional rug hooking supplies, wool, patterns, hoops, hooks.

The Woodlot – natural wood buttons, jewellery, toys, & home items

Wool Gathering – a full line of knitting and rug hooking supplies.

Yarn Indulgences – luxury Hand Dyed Yarn. Always unique, and often one of a kind.

Yarnflowers by Sweaterkits – hand dyed silk, original designs, shawl pins.


Farmer’s Market & Food Vendors

The County Bounty Farm – sodas and seedlings.

Cured Smokehouse (Cured Spice Co.) – hand-blended and milled spices and seasonings.

Honey Pie Hives & Herbals – a variety of handcrafted natural healthful herbal, honey and beeswax delights.

Jubilee Forest Farm – fresh milled flour from grains organically grown in Prince Edward County, fresh pancake and muffin mixes, raw honey and maple syrup.

Koopman’s Maple Mountain – maple syrup and other maple products.

Loyalist Jams – sweet and savoury pies, cookies, tarts, fresh vegetables and syrup.

PEC Foods – bottled salad dressings and seasonings.

Purlin J’s – a mobile yarn truck selling yarn and other fascinating fibre paraphernalia.

Stonefield Eden Alpacas – Alpaca fleece products including hand knit mitts, hats, shawls and wristers along with socks, felted soaps, cat toys and felted dryer balls and whatever else I can make with fleece. I will also have alpaca yarn for sale.

Thyme Again Gardens, B&B and Organic Farm is thrilled to return to the Farmers’ Market at Fibre Fest 2018! We will have a variety of our homemade preserves and spice/herb mixes, Kombucha and Ferments, as well as herbal tea blends from wild crafted and cultivated herbs, produce and vegetable seedlings. In honour of Fibre Fest our sheep donated their coats last year, meaning we have beautiful local rovings and skeins of natural and dyed yarns for sale!

Chicos Caribbean Crisp

Glocca Morra Grill

Kissed by Fire Wood Fired Pizza

Picnic PEC Food Truck & Caterer

Urban Herb Catering & Nice Ice Baby Ice Cream Café

You Found Us HDC – Hot dog cart.

Fibre Livestock

Alpaca 101 Clinics at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm, by Heather Candler of Oak Hills Farm.

Alpacas – Chetwyn Farms – Alpaca Selfies on the hour from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm

Angora Rabbits – Jessica Greer

Sheep for Shearing Demonstration – Fernley Davies, Shearing demonstrations at 11:30, 12:30 & 1:30.

The third Annual Prince Edward County Fibre Fest is Saturday May 25th, 2019 from 9am to 4:30pm at the Picton Arena and Community Centre, 375 Main Street, Picton Ontario.

For directions or more details, visit our Contact Page

Vendor Registration for 2019 is open to returning vendors until June 30, and will be open to the vendor waiting list July 1.