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The Woolly Wagon Wool Fest 

Due to an unforeseen circumstance this Year we have to cancel this year.

But we will be back!

August  2024

Open 10 till 4pm

For anyone with an interest in wool or sheep then this event is just for EWE!

Wool producers from all over the southwest will be gathering to show off their many skills and woolly makes for sale.

From weaving to spinning, needle felting to wool processing there will be something for everyone including an opportunity to meet some sheep!

 

Entry is free

Dogs welcome on leads

 

Venue: Gotland Gin

3 Church Road

Highampton

EX21 5LS

 

Wool producers this year were:

Crook & Lamb Crafts

Maker of handcrafted woolen items from Icelandic and Portland fleece Including Felted Rugs, Peg Loom Rugs, Dyed Wool, Felt Art and Needle Felting

Longhill Handmade

Fibre artist creating needle felted birds and animals.

Farmhouse Fare

Hot and cold drinks available. Home made cakes, burgers, bacon, sausages and eggs

Purplereign By Vanessa,

I create amigurimi, jewellery, process sheep/alpace fibre into art batts, natural colours and yarn. I also make medieval style clothing, although that is more a hobby as commission for them can get complicated.

Jean Ayers

Shetland fleeces, sheepskins, BramblecotYarn knitting wool ( undyed and naturally dyed).

Viv Girardot

Downacres Farm Shetland Sheep

Spindernella

Hand spun yarns and hand knitted kits and gifts.

Paul Prior

Hand woven shawls and wraps also weaving frames

The Bead & Fibre Cellar

We sell beads, fibre and fibre craft supplies and run regular workshops including felting and spinning.

Halsbury Barton

All my items are produced from our own Jacob Sheep's wool. I have throws, body wraps, cushions, sheepskin, stools upholstered with a sheepskin & some knitting yarn, available in Aran & 4ply.. I have a small selection of knitted items, knitting kits & cards.

Gullrock Fibres

Naturally dyed yarn and fibre

Lyndsey venn

Handdyed yarns

The Woven Briar

The Woven Briar is my weaving workshop based in the rolling hills on the edge of Exmoor. Using blade shorn fleeces from my flock, harvested or foraged plant materials, I create textiles and craft materials that are fully traceable and sustainable. I have a small flock of rare breed sheep which I keep for their beautiful and versatile fleeces, blade shorn to improve the length of fibre and the welfare of the animal. I hand hand wash, spin and weave the wool into beautiful one of a kind pieces right here on the farm, creating 100% natural, biodegradable, sustainable pieces in tune with the seasons. I also have some fleeces sent to the a fibre mill just an hour from our fields, to be made in to sliver and yarn, suitable for felting and spinning. 

Little Acorn Crafts

I sell hand dyed yarn and fibre and knitting and crochet kits. I am also a Schacht reseller for wheels and looms.

Noteworthy Mohair

products made from Mohair from our herd of British Angors goats spinning wheels and weaving looms

Wild and Woolly Wonders

peg loom rugs with fleece and wool selvedge, peg loom courses, felting

Shepherds Delight

Woven throws and knitting yarn made in the UK from fleeces of happy sheep

The Twisted Felter

Coldicott woollen products

Coldicott woollen products from my flock of Shetland sheep, including raw and washed fleece, sliver and roving, skeins and balled yarn.

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