We had some great feedback from you about the 2016 Wool market. People loved the demonstrations and and many people asked for even more stalls selling supplies. We love a challenge - especially if it involves us in going to lots of yarn shows to find new stalls.
We're delighted to say that, as well as welcoming back many popular stalls from previous years, we have some great new ones selling yarns, fibre and lots of other things you can use to make wonderful projects. There will be many demonstrations too.
From Fleece to Fabric All Things Natural
I am an avid spinner, dyer, knitter, designer and I have kept rare breed coloured sheep and design one-off garments using British sheep wools and naturally dyed wools.
Jillian Morris Textile Designs
Maker of individually designed handwoven, knitted and crocheted goods. Also, hand-dyed yarns and fibres, mini skeins, small kits, sari yarns, fairly-traded ceramic buttons
Painters is an art and craft materials shop in Fore Street, Liskeard and well worth a visit when you're in town for the Wool Market. Their stall will feature acid dyes (for wool and silk), hand dyed yarns and threads, fabric, and felting supplies.
Pipps & Co
A specialist shop in Cornwall for fibre fanatics, with probably the widest range of tops this side of the Tamar. Retailer of Ashford wheels and looms and Valkyrie combs.
Our range includes over 50 combed tops (dyed Merino, various sheep breeds, plant & luxury fibres), Colourcraft dyes, Ashford equipment and Valkyrie combs. We have wool by West Yorkshire Spinners and Jamieson & Smith Shetland as well as undyed yarn. New lines are still being added.
Rosie specialises in hand-dyed, luxury yarns and fibres at affordable prices. She has gifts for spinning, knitting and crochet including the popular sockers ruler, crochet blocking boards and gift-a-balls, project bags, needle gauges, gradient cakes, patterns, sock kits and lots more.
Sampford Alpacas breed alpacas and will be selling their wonderful fleece in various forms from raw to knitted articles - also balls of yarn both hand and commercially spun. They have clothing and toys made from alpaca yarn.
Sue supplies fibre from local fleeces for handspinning and felting, knitting and crochet. The fibre is natural, organic dyed, acid dyed and prepared into roving, batts, rolags, and knitting yarn indie dyed. She also has solar dye kits, knitting kits and luxury fibres including angora rabbit and silk.
Twisted fibres is owned by Becky Scott. She offers her own signature hand dyed fibres to use in felting, spinning and textiles .
Her selection of hand dyed wool incoporates a wide selection of fibres such as Corridale , Isle De France, Shetland, Jacobs, Merino, Teeswater , Leciester Longwool and Masham natural and dyed wool curls.
Her Wool Therapy kits can be created to the customers choice in any colourway and fibres. She also makes up handspun and hand woven clothing and some lovely felted items
West Country Creative
Jo makes make buttons, shawl pins, and other decorative accessories using polymer clay – add the perfect embellishment to your wool and fibre projects! Commissions undertaken – if you can’t find what you’re looking for, have something made to match.
She also teaches a range of workshops using either polymer clay or Precious Metal Clay, Silver.