Fiber Flurry

Join us for our first annual Fiber Flurry on November 4-5, 2022! We are excited to bring all things fiber too Leonardville, KS. Fiber Flurry will be held at Sikes Venue ( in Leonardville. Any vendors that have yarn, roving, completed fiber art crafts to sell, fiber arts supplies, quilting, sewing, weaving, etc are encouraged to complete a vendor application.

We are also looking for individuals to do a 30-45 minute demonstration or presentation about various topics related to fiber. These presentations will take place throughout the day on Saturday. If you are interested in being a presenter, please complete that part of the vendor application.

The vendor and presenter application is available here

Please follow Fiber Flurry on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Please note that there are not any hotels in Leonardville. Junction City, Manhattan, and Clay Center all have hotels within 30 minutes of Leonardville.

Vendors Coming to Fiber Flurry!! We are still waiting to hear back from a few other vendors so be sure to check back for more.

*Donna Weeks from Greymeadows Alpaca Farm: Donna sells alpaca yarn, roving, socks, gloves, scarves, handmade jewelry and homemade soy candles.

*Sally Brandon & Kay McCoy with The Shepherd’s Studio and Prairie Inspirations: They will be bringing handwoven, handknitted and handmade jewelry, clothing and accessories; luxury yarns; needle felted art, fiber arts kits and supplies.

*Sara Morris from HLA Fiber Mill: HLA Fiber Mill is a full service fiber mill. We process a variety of fibers from Alpaca to Yak and about everything in between. We carry rovings, batts, millspun or handspun yarn, and cored rug yarn. Also, a variety of raw and washed fibers and unique blending fibers. We offer crafting tools and finished handmade items such as felted gnomes, rugs and scarves along with stuffed animals made from alpaca fiber in Peru. We also accept fiber for processing to help save on shipping costs.

*Betty Severson from Grumpy Old Weaver: Betty is a fiber artist that spins her own wool as well as her own dying. She started out as a rug weaver and advanced to spinning and felting.

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