Pindrop Fiber Arts Festival
Save the date!
Sunday, June 4, 2022, 12 - 6pm...
Come to Third Street in Uhrichsville for free workshops and demonstrations in a variety of fiber arts, such as spinning yarn, felting wool, knitting, weaving, and so much more! This event is family friendly and will have crafts for the kids as well. Get some food from one of our vendors and enjoy the local live music. Plus, see some local farmers with sheep and alpacas, and learn the story of how their fiber becomes finished goods.
The Pindrop Fiber Arts Festival is brought to you by Pindrop Shop and the following sponsors:
Tuscarawas Arts Partnership
Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau - Small Towns, Big Stories
Bloom's Printing & Design
Clay Capital Development
Commercial & Savings Bank
Twin City Chamber of Commerce
Yellowbrick on 39
Schedule of free workshops:
12:00 pm - Needle Felting
1:30 pm - Crochet
1:30 pm - Creative Flow Yoga
2:00 pm - Macrame Mini Plant Hanger
3:00 pm - Knitting
4:00 pm - Macrame Mini Plant Hanger
4: 00 pm - Creative Flow Yoga
5:00 pm - Spinning Yarn
Space will be limited for these free classes!
Preregistration is encouraged to make sure you get a spot.
Call Pindrop Shop at (740)224-0700 to sign up.
Yarn and Fiber Vendors
Gwen Erin Natural Fibers
Gwen Brown is the owner (dyer/spinner/knitter/felter/weaver) behind Gwen Erin Natural Fibers. The business began in 2006 with a holiday craft show and just a few handknit fingerless mitts. After discovering the joy of working with individual wool breeds, Gwen started searching out unique fleeces from local farms. Wanting to share this love of wool with others, she decided to focus on providing hand-dyed breed-specific wool in several different forms: combed top, locks, and roving.
Sew to Speak
Sew to Speak Shoppe in Worthington, Ohio is a fabric and yarn store stocking a variety of eclectic crafting supplies. Stop by Eva's booth for a beautiful selection of natural fiber yarn and more.
Flora Adora Fibers
Flora Adora Fibers naturally dyed yarns combine traditional and modern techniques to achieve amazing colors with natural materials. The many variables in natural dyeing and the diverse methods of achieving colors make natural dyeing both a science and an art. Environmentally friendly dyeing techniques and renewable dye sources are used to craft glorious colors from the natural world.
Live animals presented by the following local farms -
Hall Family Alpacas
Ten Cat Farm Sheep
Hiddenview Farm Angora Rabbits
Community Yarn Circle
Community weaving project
Kid's activity tent
Claymont Public Library
Live performances by:
12:00 - 2:00pm
Fingerstyle acoustic solo guitar from small town Ohio.
The Mushroom Girl & Two Old Guys
2:00 - 4:00pm
George Tsantis, Roger Romeo and Lucy Romeo play bluesy rock for your enjoyment.
4:00 - 6:00pm
The Kodachrome Babies are a sister duo from Dover/New Philadelphia, Ohio, who formed in 2010. Their modern-day take on the 1950s girl group sound is sure to make you smile. Audiences love their upbeat covers and original tunes that feature their guitar/ukulele combo and harmonies only sisters can create.
Grab a bite from one of our food trucks:
Bang On BBQ
Traditional American barbecue with an Irish flare. We offer a variety of smoked meats and sides.
Don Polo Mexican
Black Sheep Salads
Love You a Brunch
Be a part of it!
Interested in volunteering or demonstrating?
Contact Jessika at Pindrop Shop
Is your organization interested in sponsoring this event?
Click here to make a donation. Thank you in advance for supporting this event!
It is because of donations like yours that we are able to build a community around the fiber arts here in Tuscarawas County.