It’s week 2 of our vendor announcements and so we’re excited to tell you all about these fabulous companies! Let’s dive right in…

Namolio will be bringing their stunning wares to Woollinn! Their eye-catching stand will feature accessories and supplies for sewing, knitting, crocheting and other fibre crafts. Vaide says that her favourite material is linen and all of her supplies are also exclusively natural, made mostly from linen and wool. We’re really looking forward to shopping at this beautiful stand!


A bespoke collection of Cashmere yarns created in the heart of Yorkshire showcased in a beautiful pattern publications designed by Louisa Harding.


Sophisticated colours on ethically sourced yarns, dyed in small batches in their workshop in Co. Cavan. For Jess, the process of producing quality hand dyed yarns should never be rushed, but rather slowly developed to be highly desirable, inspiring and harmonious.

Truly Hooked

Verity creates bold and beautiful hand dyed yarns, vibrant semi-solids and stunning speckles all dyed in her family home.

The Little Grey Girl

Stylish, modern project bags for fibre enthusiasts. In addition to her gorgeous handmade items, The Little Grey Girl also offers needles, pouches and a full range of notions for knitters and crocheters.

EweMomma’s Tracey brings many talents to her quirky Etsy shop, through not only hand dyeing her own yarn, but also creating a clever range of project bags, storage tins and fabulous stitch markers.

These book-themed markers really caught our eye. Tracey has lots of options for the passionate readers out there, as her markers feature titles from multiple authors, from Jane Eyre to JK Rowling and more!

Be sure to check out these vendor websites too..!

Knitting For All | Ripples Crafts | Secret Stash | Sweensie Crafts | UK Alpaca

General Admission Ticket Info


General Festival Access tickets will go on sale towards the end of February 2018 (after the full vendor list has been announced).

Ticket prices will be as follows:

  • Pre-booked one day admission: €10
  • Pre-booked weekend admission: €17
  • On the door admission: €12 (no weekend tickets will be available at the venue)