Dates for your diary!
Next years Yarndale will be held on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September 2018.
Exhibitor applications for next years festival will open in early January 2018

Thank you…

Our fifth Yarndale festival was another tremendous success, with more than 8,000 visitors travelling from all over the world to enjoy a weekend filled with yarn and creativity. Thank you so much to everyone who came to Skipton to celebrate with us – you certainly make Yarndale a very vibrant, friendly and joyful place to be.

We would like to say a huge thank you to our talented and passionate exhibitors –Yarndale just gets better every year and you help to make our festival one of the very, very best.
Thanks also to our hard working volunteers and professional teams, we couldn’t manage Yarndale without you.

With thanks from Carole, Emma, Kate, Lucy and Paul.

News

Please do visit our Facebook page for lots of pictures from the weekend as well as fundraising news.

Shop

Our online shop is now open for you to purchase new Yarndale bags and 2018 calendars as well as lots of other goodies. Click Here.

Creative Hearts

We are thrilled to tell you that your generous donations during the weekend raised a heart warming £1227.46 for mental health charity Mind. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed.

A festival of creativity

Described as a “creative festival celebrating all things woolly and wonderful”, Yarndale plays host to an impressive selection of talented and passionate exhibitors.

Stunning exhibitions, skill demonstrations and a full programme of textile workshops create a visual feast and make Yarndale a real must-visit for yarn lovers.

Come and enjoy the fun and friendly atmosphere where you can socialise, learn new skills, soak up the creative vibes and shop to your heart’s content.

Whether it’s knitting, crochet, spinning, dyeing or felting, you will find something at Yarndale to delight and inspire you…

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