Who will be there ?
Who will be joining us at the First Karoo Winter Wool Festival ?
Hand-dyed Natural Yarns, Luxary yarns & knitting /crocheting kits.
Ubanflock gives unemployed women an opportunity to earn a living by producing beautiful knitted and crocheted products using hand-dyed 100% merino yarn.
Blankets from Africa
Community based business creating beautiful woollen products and empower women in the Karoo.
Crafting beautiful woollen duvets for the perfect nights sleep.
Ansunique Fabric Boutique
Ansunique Fabric Boutique stocks a variety of haberdashery items, wool and fabrics. We strive to make your creative ideas come to life.
Light, comfortable and beautifully crafted woollen sporting garments for men and women.
African Expressions was born from the desire for Africa to share her natural beauty with the rest of the world. Through our unique range of yarns we express the essence of that which makes Africa magical.
EsTeresa Yarn Creations
We are Teresa and Ester, a mother and daughter team who are passionate about yarn and all things crafty. We live in a small town near Bloemfontein in the Free State Province, South Africa. Dyeing yarn is a hobby we do in our spare time. We believe in doing everything by hand to ensure that the utmost care goes into every skein that we dye.
Wrapt designs and produces small editions of knitwear using only natural fibres: merino wool, cotton, mohair and linen.
At INKE, we love to create authentic modern knitwear that makes your soul and body feel incredible!
Eastern Cape National Wool Growers Association
National Wool Growers Association Woollen and Sheepskin products.
Gerber & Co. Clothing
Where there's wool... there's a way. Woven from 100% organic Namaqualand Merino Wool, we personally oversee every part of your garment's journey from fleece to front door. Our ethos is to bring it back home, so we do all refining processes locally, before entrusting the yarn to our community weavers for the final knitting.
Felt with Karen
Hand dyed merino felting wool, needle felting equipment, hand made felting products
Afdrooglappe met ontwerpe & skapies; kussings, vatlappe, tafellopers en servette. Ons ontwerpe is uniek, want dit word vryhand gestik. Elke item is dus uniek en anders. Ons probeer ook so ver moontlik dat nie een skapie soos ‘n ander lyk nie.
Together as a family, Schapen was created by two sisters, the one a farmer of Merino sheep and the other a pediatric Occupational therapist. They set out on a journey of discovery and education to understand the remarkable, yet underrated, value of Merino wool and its application. Their vision was not only to create a thriving business to support their families but to make sure all their decisions benefited the local community.
Kelly Jackson Illustrations
My work is inspired by South African country living to bring you a beautifully crafted homeware range which has its roots in the Graaff -Reinet, Karoo, region.
The watercolour and pen illustrations featured on my products are local animals, architecture and plants. They are fun and quirky yet classic and aim to enliven and brighten any social occasion. May they bring you many joyous moments in your home and kitchen!
Lea + Grace
Baby + kids accessories etc. I absolutely love handmade and local! With another big love for fabrics...Lea + Grace was launched recently and I have so many more ideas. I hope others can fall in love with my products too!
We began our alpaca journey in 2004 with five pregnant alpacas imported from South America. Our camelid knowledge then was zero! We now specialise in the hand knitting and hand weaving of pure alpaca fibre processed by us and handspun from our own small herd of alpacas in the Little Karoo. We utilise the 22 natural colours and shades of alpaca as well and we also dye. Alpaca represents one of the finest animal fibres on the planet and in the making our products we create employment and support the local community.
and our list continues to grow.....
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to bag a stall at the first ever Karoo Winter Wool Festival.