JOIN US IN 2018

Our New Festival Grounds, (at the Fireman’s Field – 299 Pine Street in East Aurora, New York), is sure to delight. Highlights of our fiber-y day include 5 new Workshops, 40+ Vendors, a festival Knit-Along, a Used Equipment Sale and a Chinese Auction. And in addition to our Guild members participation (Demonstrations) we have assembled a team of demonstrators that is sure to enlighten and engage your fiber-y senses with our Sheep to Shawl exhibit.

See our full line-up of Workshops.
FELT, KNIT OR WEAVE!! Sign-up is now open.

Join Our Knit-Along

Be among the first attendees to arrive wearing this year's Knit-Along to the festival and receive a free commemorative pendant button to honor your creativity and success! Stop by the information desk to show it off and also pick up our 2019 KAL pattern, designed just for us. We hope to make KALs a tradition!

For a link to the Knit-Along Pattern provided by Jen May click here.

USED EQUIPMENT SALE

Do you have a wheel, loom, or other pieces of fiber equipment in a corner collecting more dust than projects? Or maybe you are looking to upgrade or try something different. Perhaps you are a newbie looking to try a loom or wheel. This year’s Festival is featuring a Used Equipment Sale Tent. If you would like to sell your used equipment read the information about the sale and guidelines by clicking here.*** bring lots of CASH... because you never know what you'll find at the festival!!!***

40+ Local Fiber Producers, Dyers and Artisans will be in attendance for your shopping pleasure; we all need to add to our fiber-y stash, …. don’t we?

Many of our Vendors will again participate in our Chinese Auction (Can’t win, if you don’t play). A special thanks to Sue Phillips of The Critter Ranch: Donated items including a raw fleece for the S-to- S exhibit and many completed items for the Chinese Auction. Thanks Sue!!

Live Music, Good Food, sip a bit of Wine, Shop our vendors, or possibly Learn a new craft, tip or technique from our talented Demonstrators. And Visit our fiber producers: Llamas, Sheep and Alpacas!!

Many thanks to all those that attend and help in producing
this important day of "all things fiber" year after year.