Due to a last minute cancellation from Hooligan Yarns, we are delighted to announce that Lay Family Yarn will be exhibiting at Yarningham 2019.
Kelly along with daughter Megan dye yarns inspired largely by nature and the things around them. Their style uses subtle shades, pastels and speckles on a variety of bases.
Advanced tickets for Yarningham Marketplace are £5 (+ booking fee) and are available here.
Almas sells a range of hand dyed spinning fibre and hand spun yarn as well as dyed and natural yarns. She also makes stitch markers, project bags, gift boxes of handspun yarns and hand dyed mini skein sets made from hand spun fibre.
Whim Wham Buttons is a small family business producing handcrafted ceramic buttons in Stoke-on-Trent. All the buttons are made using traditional techniques and hand painted and are machine washable.
Luisa hand dyes yarn at her home and puts together crochet kits and yarn gift boxes. She also sells stitch markers for use in knitting or crochet.
The Yarn Cafe is a supplier of commercial and hand dyed yarns including their own Heavensphere yarn. They also stock a range of books by well known designers, exclusive patterns, British and luxury yarns, stitch markers, needles and tools.
The Threshing Barn sells craft supplies for weavers, spinners, dyers, knitters, felt makers and textile artists. They supply spinning wheels, looms, tools, yarns, silks, wool tops, books, dyes, etc, from brands such as Ashford, Louet, Strauch, Gaywool Dyes and others. They also design and make their own range of kits for a variety of crafts from collage to needle felting.