We are pleased to announce that Yarningham 2020 will be taking place on 11 and 12th July 2020 at Uffculme Centre, Birmingham, UK.
We have now opened our online application form for the Yarningham 2020 marketplace. Applications will close on THURSDAY 31 OCTOBER 2019.
Yarningham is looking for applications from yarn producers and dyers, knitwear designers, bricks and mortar and online yarn related businesses and all knitting, crochet, spinning and weaving notions.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are looking to present an eclectic mix of products in our marketplace from a diverse range of exhibitors.
Before applying please ensure that you read our Exhibitor Application Pack and Exhibitor Terms and Conditions. The Exhibitor Application Pack has lots of handy information about how to apply to Yarningham 2020.
We have a bumper haul of merchandise at this year’s Yarningham.
Hand screen printed tote bags in 2019 colourway. £6 each and available exclusively at Yarningham 2019
Small Boris and Donald tote bags, £4 each. Hand screen printed by the wonderful Ruth Green.
Boris and Donald enamel badges, £8 each
2 exclusive colourways from Mrs Lam Yarns ‘Ikon Gallery’ (pictured left) and ‘Yarningham 2019’ (pictured right). These beauties are super limited and are £19 per skein.
All merchandise will be available on the Yarningham stand located in the main hall
Our Yarningham brochures are back from the printers. We think they look pretty fine.
A MASSIVE THANK YOU to Ben Javens for design and layout and to Katja Ogrin for photography.
Pick up your free copy when you enter the Yarningham marketplace this weekend.
You may know that our venue Uffculme Centre has an onsite cafe that serves hot and cold drinks, light snacks and confectionary. What you may not know is that every penny of profit generated by the cafe is put back into the NHS and more specifically back into Uffculme.
Every purchase made in the Uffculme Café goes back into the NHS and is contributing to the Trust’s values of offering care to people living in Birmingham and Solihull who are experiencing mental health problems.
Due to unforeseen circumstances The Yarn Cafe will no longer be able to attend this year’s Yarningham. We are however pleased to announce a last minute addition to our marketplace – Made by Penguins.
Made by Penguins yarns are hand-dyed by Lisa-Lou in her Hampshire studio. Every hank is hand-dyed using a variety of techniques including painting. Lisa-Lou specialises in producing small batches of one-of-a-kind colourways created with your creations in mind.
Made by Penguins will be located in the Conservatory in our marketplace. We can’t wait to meet Lisa-Lou and giant penguin Brian.
Yes, that’s right. There’s only 1 more week until Yarningham.
Will we see you there? We hope so. We’ve got a few last minute jobs to do so we’ll see you next week.