Indie Knit and Spin is this Saturday!
Notes for attending:
There is no parking at the Wilkins School Community Center. Please park on the street in the neighboring community or use public transportation. There are a limited number of handicapped parking spots at the center. Please be aware that the building is not ADA accessible.
There will be a separate lounge on the 2nd floor in one of the smaller rooms for people to hang out, knit/crochet/spin, show and tell and enjoy their day at IKS. It’ll be wonderful if you can bring a snack to share.
There will be a give away/take away table in the lounge on the 2nd floor. Bring yarn/books/needles/etc that you want to go to a new home or add to your stash!
There will be giveaways from our lovely vendors and friends of the festival – more information will be provided when you arrive!
We will also have a kid’s activity where they can earn a small prize. Ask at the front desk for more information.
We can’t wait to see you all on Saturday! November 11th, 2017 from 10 am – 4 pm at the Wilkins School Community Center in Regent Square.
I am a shepherd and fiber mill owner/operator. I produce my own roving in natural and hand dyed colors. I also source Alpaca from local farmers when i add alpaca to my roving. I use commercially prepared merino top and yarn blanks for dyeing. I started my fiber flock in 2009.
You can visit her shop online at Ten Mile Fiber
Indie Knit & Spin wouldn’t be the amazing indie fiber arts marketplace it is without our volunteers!
Volunteers are needed for two hour shifts during:
Friday (November 10th) from 6-8 pm
Saturday (November 11th) from 7:30 am to 6 pm.
Volunteers for Friday night (6-8 pm), Saturday morning (7:30-9:30 am) and Saturday afternoon (4-6 pm) will need to be able to help vendors with load in and load out. This will require some possible heavy lifting and climbing of stairs.
Volunteers on Saturday from 10 am – 4 pm will greet attendees, answer questions and help make sure our vendors’ needs are met.
What do you get in exchange for volunteering (besides our undying gratitude)?
Volunteers will receive an Indie Knit & Spin Tote bag (Value of $15) with their first shift and two raffle tickets for each additional 2 hour shift.
Spaces are limited – please contact us ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your shift(s).
Founded by Jill & Nicolas Duarte in 2013, our core belief is that tools and supplies should be a joy to use and a delight to behold. This unique combination is an extension of ourselves; both with a background in science and engineering, and we are avid fiber artists, enjoying knitting, crochet, spinning, and weaving. We offer spindles, notions and tools for knitting, crochet, spinning and weaving, fiber and yarn. Everything is designed to delight!
Visit their shop online at: HipStrings
Lattes & Llamas makes an ever-growing range of yarns, patterns, and kits with an unabashed love for socks, colorwork, and shawls.
Visit their shop online at: Lattes & Llamas
hand dyed yarn, inspired by travel
Visit their shop online at: Destination Yarn
I provide what I like to call project support. Quality project bags in fun fabrics in all shapes and sizes to make your projects portable. I also make both knit and crochet stitch markers, and custom handles for crochet hooks.
Visit her shop online at: StarKnits
We make hand-dyed yarn for knitters and crocheters, in colours that are all mixed by hand from primaries
Visit their shop online at: SpaceCadet
We’re a maker space for fiber artists. Our shop consists of goods made locally in house and by the members of our space. We carry: hand dyed yarn, hand spun yarn, fiber in different forms, project bags, notions, needles, hooks, patterns, and kits.
Visit their shop online at: Steel City Fiber Collective
Inspired by fantasy and whimsy, I create colorful, sparkly hand dyed yarns, roving, hand spun yarns, tie dyed project bags, eclectic hand made jewelry, and hand knit items.
Visit her shop online at: Gypsy Stardust Yarn and Fiber