Jumping in with both feet! That has been our theme for 2019 and it has been a great experience thus far. We have two festivals under our belt and are about to participate in our biggest event yet.
November 8-10, 2019
Preparing for an event of this nature has been an almost monumental effort for us. We have visited the Kid-n-Ewe Festival twice before as consumers and are familiar with the wide array of beautiful hand-crafts, yarns, fibers, and fiber-processing equipment. The idea of producing enough merchandise to support our own efforts as a vendor has been a little daunting, but we’ve slowly been adding items day-by-day.
Kerrville may be a little out of the way for most of our readers, but if you take the beautiful country drive out to the festival grounds, I believe you will be rewarded for your effort. There is a little of this and a little of that, but most of all there is pretty much something for everyone. The list of vendors for this year’s events is a great sampling of some of the best fiber artists and suppliers one could imagine. If you’re a beginner, there are great classes to participate in. If you are a seasoned veteran, there is going to be no shortage of what you need to finish (or start) that next project. If you aren’t sure where you are in your fiber hobby, there are so many friendly and helpful folks at this festival that can help you with just about any question you may have. Even if you aren’t a fiber hobbyist, the scenic drive and the wonderful country atmosphere is a great way to take a weekend break from whatever troubles you. Not to mention all the fabulous finished fiber goods and fashion created by talented Texas artists!
We at Whirl’d Works Farm hope to see you at the fair!
As an incentive, here’s a 10% coupon redeemable at our Kid-N-Ewe Festival booth.
Hill Country Youth Event Center
3785 Highway 27, Kerrville, TX 78028
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