Homespun Yarn Party

March 18, 2018 from 12-5pm in the Great Room at Savage Mill!

Sunday, March 18, 2018

11th Annual Thank You Post

Thank you for another great Yarn Party!

We had a really great time today and want to thank everyone who came and participated. We had around 650 visitors this year and appreciated the steady stream of arrivals throughout the day.

Our generous sponsors:

Tier 1 sponsors:
Tier 2 sponsors:

Our talented vendors:
All of our vendors make their own products in some way, whether that means raising the animals, dyeing the fiber, spinning the yarn, or crafting bags, jewelry, woodworking, or buttons by hand in small batches. You can find profiles of each of the vendors  here on the blog.
(double thanks to those of you who also provided a volunteer door prize)

Our wonderful volunteers:
We couldn’t do this without you and truly appreciate all your hard work helping spread the word and ensuring everything comes together on the day of show.
  • belladiddley
  • claireleah
  • cwashing
  • cyb
  • eissak
  • EmpirePhoenix
  • geniap
  • gottoknit
  • hopefultoast
  • imjustlori
  • jennalyn
  • jhankie
  • joneice
  • Kate314
  • KatMacPet
  • kbladow
  • Kiraknits
  • Klevitan17
  • knittyone
  • laramary
  • laurenhaiken
  • Lesfisch
  • LiisaB
  • ljhaynes
  • LuckbeaPanda
  • Miscellaneaarts
  • mizzleahmae
  • mountchic
  • mrgcaster
  • MtownKnitGuy
  • Mypsel
  • p1lambird
  • pef1996
  • pelageyka
  • PhDelicious
  • Qwilter
  • rachels
  • Sandrag08
  • shawnknitter
  • somebunnyslove
  • Su1282
  • supercraftygirl
  • Tanno
  • tcknit
  • textilegeek
  • TheManny
  • tichubabe
  • TipsyTarsier
  • vaacosta
  • Vegetarianwmn
  • woolarina
  • woundtootight
  • xavyor
  • Nicole
  • TaShon
  • Yvonne
Special thanks to our teachers:
  • geniap, TipsyTarsier, laurenhaiken, ljhaynes, and all of our fabulous Roving Teachers
Our selection committee, who have the difficult job of narrowing down the applicants to fit our space.

Everyone who brought FOs for TAPS and Artemis House and yarn for Knitters & Crocheters Care, and everyone who stopped by the charity tables to work a few rows on our scarves and hats.
And everyone who came to shop and socialize and learn and be awesome together!

Please share your photos on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Ravelry! #homespunyarnparty

-Jess, Lindsay, and Corrine

Today's the day!

Come party with us!
Here's a round up of information about this year's event:

Where: Historic Savage Mill - 8600 Foundry Street, Savage, MD 20763
When: Sunday, March 18, 2018 from 12-5pm
Admission is FREE!


Carpool if you can and come later in the day to avoid the crowds. We promise there will still be great yarn, fiber, prizes and other treasures. We recommend parking in the West lot (at the far end of the mill), and you can usually find street parking in the neighborhood within a few streets.

We're excited and we hope you are too. See you soon!

Thursday, March 15, 2018

2018: Wolle's Yarn Creations

Wolle's Yarn Creations

Wolle's Yarn Creations makes Color Changing Cotton yarns -- the original gradients. Now also available as Cotton/Silk/Merino blends. All yarns are handmade and super soft - a pleasure to knit and wear.

Wolle's Yarn Creations

Twitter: @wollesyarn
Instagram: @wollesyarn
Facebook: Wolles-Yarn-Creations
Ravelry: Wolle's Yarn Creations yarn pageFans of Wolle's Yarn Creations

Wolle's Yarn Creations

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

2018: Wild Hare Fiber Studio

Wild Hare Fiber Studio

Wild Hare Fiber Studio offers hand dyed yarns and fibers both wild and mild, and is home of the Weave-a-Round Circle loom.  Known for black light reactive and nerd-inspired colorways as well as gradient dyed, be sure to check out new 'splatterdash' yarns and vegan and linen blend spinning fibers.

Wild Hare Fiber Studio

Instagram: @wildharefiber
Facebook: wildharefiber
Ravelry: Wild Hare Fiber Studio yarn page

Wild Hare Fiber Studio

2018: Wandering Wool

Wandering Wool

Wandering Wool carries a variety of wool and wool blend yarns, all dyed by hand in my home studio. I specialize in gradient colorways with long color changes in addition to semi-solid and variegated colorways. My colorways are inspired by nature and travel.

Wandering Wool

Twitter: @WanderingWool
Instagram: @wanderingwool
Facebook: wanderingwool
Ravelry: Wandering Wool yarn pageWandering Wool Ravelry group

Wandering Wool

Sponsor Profile: Frederick Fiber Fest

What is your website? Email? (email:

What is your Ravelry group?
Frederick Fiber Fest

Where is the festival and when is it happening?
The Frederick Fiber Festival is held at the Frederick Fairgrounds, located at 797 East Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701, on Saturday, June 2 and Sunday, June 3, 2018.

We are excited to announce that the Mother Earth News FAIR and Fiber Fest are teaming up in 2018 to feature all your favorite producers, spinners and dyers, plus take home great craft items for gifts or yourself! Come spend the day with us shopping for fiber-related products, meeting new friends, and working on your latest projects.

What kinds of vendors and activities will you have?
Fiber related vendors, classes and demonstrations

What inspired you to start the festival?
To give local vendors a chance to showcase their products in this growing industry!

What's your favorite thing about the festival?
My favorite part of the festival is our large community area where people can sit, talk and work on their projects.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

2018: Unplanned Peacock Studio

Unplanned Peacock Studio
Unplanned Peacock dyes the finest quality yarns and fibers in our unique colorways.  We have variegated, tonal, self striping, gradients, mini skeins, and colorful kits.  Our fibers include merino, alpaca, silk, cashmere and BFL.  We also have hand made shawl pins and buttons.  Our colors range from brilliant to subtle.

Unplanned Peacock Studio

Twitter: @unplannedpeack
Instagram: @unplannedpeacock
Facebook: unplannedpeacockstudio
Ravelry: Unplanned Peacock yarn pageUnplanned Peacock Ravelry group

Unplanned Peacock Studio