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Join Indie Untangled and friends for shopping, crafting and FUN in fabulous NOLA! 

Our second annual Yarni Gras marketplace will take place on Saturday, January 27 from 12-3 p.m. at Faubourg Brewing Co., 3501 Jourdan Road, New Orleans. Shop from our fabulous vendors and enjoy a craft beer and eats in the beer garden.

New this year: Extend your weekend with a craft night, a la carte craft classes and a chance to see amazing artistry on display at an early Mardi Gras parade

Participating Vendors

I’ll be traveling to New Orleans with a selection of hand-dyed yarn and accessories from indie brands. 

Newly-married Micah and Benjamin Key are the owners of Baton Rouge-based Fleur De Stitch’d. Micah, who learned to crochet in her late teens and later picked up knitting, started dyeing yarn in 2019 after noticing the lack of a nearby yarn shop. Micah’s hand-dyed wool and cotton yarn is available in her online store and several LYSs in New Orleans, and she also makes stitch markers. Micah strives to make a difference in the community by teaching kids how to crochet and knit, organizing stitch socials and hosting a fiber festival. Micah hopes that when people meet her, it leaves a positive mark on their life. 

Mitchell’s Creations is an indie-dyed yarn company based in Franklinton, Louisiana. Terra dyes Louisiana-inspired colorways and yarn bases in small batches.

Upcycled from vintage knitting needles, each piece of Ness jewelry is unique showing the love and character from generations of previous makers. Ness jewelry and CozyNess Fibers are handmade in Montana and sure to bring happyNess and inspire creativeNess. An LSU alumna, Shannon is excited to bring her art and hand dyed yarn to Louisiana!

Carolyn and Michelle reconnected following a multi-year break in their friendship and discovered a common love of yarn and fiber crafts. They dye out of a home studio in central Florida and have built an amazing community.

Jensen dyes fine yarns with intention — and layers upon layers of color and love — from her home in New Orleans.

Jamie Hoffman creates nature-inspired, size-inclusive knitwear designs in North Alabama.

Robyn dyes her bright colorways, many of which are inspired by the art, history, food and culture of NOLA, in her home studio just outside the city.

Rick, a longtime NOLA resident, creates exceptional, colorful and quality accessories and hand-dyed yarn for knitters, crocheters and fiber artists.

Event Registration

Register now for marketplace tickets and workshops! 

In order to ensure a safe and comfortable shopping experience, there will be three entry times: 12 p.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. 

Admission is free, or you can purchase tickets that include a Yarni Gras swag bag, including a gift from NOLA-based craft tool maker Baah Humble.

Faubourg Brewing Company is open from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturdays, so before or after your marketplace entry time, we invite you to grab a beer and a bite and enjoy NOLA’s oldest brewery.