Indie shopping & fun with fiber friends — from WHEREVER YOU ARE!
Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
May 14-16, 2021
The focus of Indie Untangled has always been on small yarn businesses. At our next virtual show, we’ll be shining the spotlight on newer dyers and makers and those with less than 10k followers on Instagram. Join us and get to know these creatives from the comfort of your own home!
So how will it work?
Your General Admission ticket will take you to a special section of the Indie Untangled website during the show. From there, you can browse virtual vendor booths with video introductions and tours, photo galleries, and access to special event products and discounts. Your ticket also includes access to our Spotlight lounge, which is the place to go to meet and learn from our vendors and special guests. In case you miss something, all content will be recorded.
AT Haynes House Yarns
Dye Mad Yarns
Hardware City Yarn Co.
Hudson + West Co.
Jilly & Kiddles
Little Fox Yarn
McMullin Fiber Co
Passion Knits Yarn
Queen City Yarn
The Wandering Flock
Yarn & Whiskey
Free Events in the Spotlight Lounge
Your $7 ticket includes access to our Spotlight lounge, which is the place to go to meet with vendors and hear from our special guests. In case you miss something, all content will be recorded.
The Knitmore Girls
2 p.m. EDT on Saturday, May 15
Designer Spotlight Panels
Our friends at Scratch Supply Co. will be sponsoring two designer panels. Meet and get to know these makers, who will discuss what inspires their designs, how they create size-inclusive garments and their hopes and dreams for their businesses.
5 p.m. EDT on Saturday, May 15
“Knitting and knit design allows me to embrace and express my identity as a queer person in ways I never anticipated. I try to build opportunities for individual customization into my designs so that people that knit my patterns can feel a similar level of empowerment and ownership of their own identity.”
“I design patterns that are easier than they look, with low-pressure instructions and wearable results. I love showing off beautiful hand dyed yarn through simple stitches and shapes with clean lines and thoughtful details, and I’m often inspired by learning something new.”
“My patterns are designed with size inclusivity at the forefront. As a plus-size designer, I too want to wear what I design, and hope others of all sizes and body types will also someday knit, love, and wear my designs.”
“I began self-publishing patterns in 2010 and enjoy designing sweaters, shawls, and accessories that feature harmonious textures and thoughtfully curated details. As a mostly self-taught knitter, I aim to inspire and empower other knitters to continue to build upon their skills and feel confident in their ability to make show-stopping pieces of knitwear that they can proudly wear for years to come.”
3 p.m. EDT on Sunday, May 16
“I am a professional dancer diagnosed with ADHD who uses the beauty of Afrocentric motifs to create works that challenge the mind but are accessible to all types of knitters! Colorwork and the use of knitting to calm the mind are my fascination!”
“I’m Sarah (she/her), a queer, fat, vintage-loving goofball. I design knitting patterns that automatically adapt to your unique set of body measurements with an accompanying spreadsheet. No size limits, no body proportion assumptions, just truly size-inclusive garments for everyone.”
“Knitting is one of my greatest joys and it has led me on a grand journey. I’m an actor and singer who loves a good pop culture pun. I bring that inspiration to my ornate designs, which come from my head somewhere I can’t exactly place, like a meditative state.”
“I’m a knitting and crochet designer specializing in accessories that look complicated but are simple to execute. From shawls to hats, mitts and cowls, you’ll find patterns that are fun to knit and also really wearable and stylish!”
Scratch Supply Co. is an inclusive and welcoming local yarn shop in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Owners Jessica, Karen and Travis are fiber enthusiasts who seek out and showcase indie, women, POC/BIPOC, queer and otherwise underrepresented dyers and makers.
The Wandering Flock is a contemporary Knitwear design studio and hand-dyed yarn line based in Brooklyn, NY. Drawing inspiration from the runway to streetwear, dyer Geraldine Yang aims to create colors that are fun, wearable and contemporary.
Rhode Island-based Jilly & Kiddles offers hand-dyed yarn, mystery yarn clubs, Makers Socials and creative gift sets inspired by the world around us. Owner Jill Leary strives to uplift other small businesses because she believes there’s room for everyone and all creatives should support each other.
Interested in joining us as a vendor?
We’re holding other virtual events through the end of the year! Apply here for:
Yarnspiration: Dyers will be provided with a mood board or an inspiration photo and asked to create colors based on the images. July 30-August 1, 2021
Indie Untangled: The traditional fall fiber event. All vendors are encouraged to apply. October 14-16, 2021