Exhibitors 2023

More exhibitors for the 2023 Festival will be shown here soon.

Cwmstwrdy Fibre Farm

Fine mohair and wool from my Angora goats and Bowmont and Shetland sheep. Raw and washed fibre, spun yarn in natural colours and plant-dyed ready for all your crafting projects.

Handwoven and knitted items such as cushions, blankets, scarves, hats and socks using my own fibre and re-homed commercial yarn. To find out more click here.

Ali Scott

Ali is an experienced feltmaker with a passion for transforming fleece into vibrant felt ‘paintings’. Inspiration comes from a delight in the natural world, local landscape, trees and dwelling places.

Ali exhibits widely and has work in several private collections in the UK and abroad. She is a member of The International Feltmakers Association, Ceredigion Art Trail and Origin, Carmarthen.

More information on Ali and how to contact her can be found here.

Eirian Jones Muse

Willow Rucksack, baskets, bird houses, bird feeder, Christmas stars and trugs. My ISP is using a strip of Welsh tweed as a decoration in some of my work.

You can contact me and view my work here.

Samantha Boulanger

Samantha has been working as a freelance artist and self-taught seamstress, also known as ‘The Accidental Up-cyclist’ since 2007. Previously focusing mostly on recycled textiles, a forager and rescuer of ‘all things fabric’, trying to save unwanted clothing and textiles from ending up in landfill. Creatively revamping and recreating them into unique, funky up-cycled eco finery, giving each item a new lease of life. To find out more about Samantha’s work, click here.

Wendy Thorner (Mid Wales Willow)

I started my business, Mid Wales Willow, 15 years ago with the help of my husband Graham, and have since travelled the country, appearing at numerous exhibitions and events as well as publishing four basket making books. We grow all our own willow and make all our baskets, dragonflies and other fun stuff. You can find out more about us and contact us here.


I’m all about doing what feels good and comes naturally. I get a lot of inspiration for colour from my allotment and surrounding countryside here in mid Wales. I’m very lucky to live here and be inspired every day. To contact me or find out more click here.

Tania Oakshott (WekiWool)

Handspun art yarns; also a range of hand-made bags or clothing items made from the handspun yarns. You can see more here.

Penlon Studio

Handcrafted in Wales. Nestled in the Cambrian Mountains of mid Wales, Penlon Studio is a husband and wife team creating individual pieces of art handcrafted from native hard woods. Our timber is locally sourced from Wales and the Welsh borders from managed woodlands. Every item we make is unique and its form is dictated by the wood itself. Each piece is stamped with a date of creation and unique identifier, then finished with a light natural oil or wax to enhance the natural beauty of the grain and to protect the wood. See more here.

Border Bears

I specialise in the production of fine fleeces, in a variety of colours, for sale to hand-spinners and felt-makers. In order to ensure that I can keep my sheep in the manner to which they are accustomed, I also use their wool to spin, felt and needle felt a range of woollen articles for sale. These include hand-spun yarns, sturdy shopping bags, slippers, cushions, personalised place-mats and all sorts of small needle-felted creatures. I also enjoy running needle-felting workshops and doing my best to convince the world of the merits of wool. Find out more here.

Wittering Sheep

Who we are: a crafting family with three generations (13 to 76 years of age), spanning Wales and The Potteries. Our skills: knitting, crochet, felting, spinning, hot textiles, re-cycling and wood craft (restoration, turning, carving). Our commitment: to use British natural materials wherever possible, plus colourful commercial materials for variety and interest. Our mission: to promote the old crafts, to promote handicraft as therapy, to use simple form i.e. form follows function. You can find out more here.


You can find out more about us here.