A festival celebrating the fiber animals, fiber plants, farmers, and artisans of our region

Saturday, May 16, 2020 – (Rain or Shine)

10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Hickory Neck Episcopal Church
8300 Richmond Road
Toano, VA 23168

Map / Directions

Admission: $5 per vehicle – all proceeds go to the outreach mission of the church. One such recipient of the outreach mission is the Angels of Mercy Clinic in Norge, VA.

Vendors, delicious food, fiber animals and plants, children’s tent, demonstrations, hands-on fiber crafts, quilt raffle, and more!


Registration Forms

To book your space print and complete the festival registration form. Mail it to the address on the form with your check made to HNC.
Questions? Email [email protected]

Registration Forms

Williamsburg Weavers and Spinners Guild

WSWG is an educational organization dedicated to fostering an interest in and enthusiasm for spinning, weaving, and related fiber arts. We will be demonstrating several types of weaving and spinning. Finished items will be available for display only.

Royal Wood Creations

Wooden bowl turned on lathe along with yarn bowls, wooden pens, platters, lazy susans, cutting boards.

Bentwater Farms

Hand woven items -scarves – towels – shawls.Hand crafted miscellaneous items –soap — cards — walking canes — shepherds crooks — staffs

Create Yarnworks

I am an indie dyer located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I specialize in swm and swm blends with some alpaca and yak offerings. I also carry/make accessories like repurposed yarn bowls and stitch markers.

One of a Kind

Fairies, mobiles, slippers, and other hand crafted items. Felting kits, roving and wool from the farm for the farm!

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Tupulo Fiber and Design

Tupelo Fiber and Design focuses on handwoven textiles for the home and wearable garments. All textiles are woven on antique looms. All fibers are natural, ranging from wool, alpaca, cotton, linen, and tencel. As often as possible, fibers are naturally or eco-dyed and sustainably sourced. Justine of Tupelo Fiber and Design also offers handspun and naturally dyed fibers from flowers and plants grown in her gardens in Urbanna, VA. Justine has been weaving, spinning, and naturally dyeing since 2011, learning from weaver and designer Melissa Johnson in Putney, Vermont. One of her recent adventures included visiting Star Thrower Farm in Paola, KS to assist with shearing a beautiful flock of Icelandic sheep. Product line includes: Campfire Blankets (signature design), tea towels, placemats, napkins, rugs, Turkish bath towels, scarves, cowls, and a range of custom products.

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