Here, you’ll find Bare Naked Wool and Knitspot events that you’ll want to mark on your calendar!
Please contact the host venue for more information or to make reservations to attend. We hope to see you there!
Every Wednesday evening we offer an open-to-the-public knit night! Come on over to the Bare Naked Wools Boutique! Make friends, chat with existing friends, and get inspired!
Knit Night hours are from 6:30PM-8:30PM
Michigan Fiber Fest August 18-21st
Come see our booth in MI this summer! It’s our first time in the barns! This show is full of really great vendors with high quality fiber, yarn, and supplies.
150 Douglas St, Allegan, MI 49010
Yarn Discovery Tour, September 6-24th, 2016
Come to our Canton shop to stamp your passport! Over 20 great yarn shops joining together to create a fabulous tour with a wide range of yarns, supplies, patterns, and more!
Kitchener-Waterloo Knitters’ Fair, September 10th, 2016
More details to come*
Anne will be giving an hour long talk on her company, what inspires her to create, and the reason she uses small batch, family-owned mills and farms for her yarn line, Bare Naked Wools.
Athens Fiber Faire, October 1-2nd, 2016
Knitspot and Bare Naked Wools will have a beautiful booth as we vend at this fun, relaxed show. Anne will also be teaching during workshop days.
The Marketplace vendor list is growing and they will provide a vast array of fiber related merchandise such as yarn, fabric, supplies, accessories, books, notions, finished goods, tools, and so much more! The show strives to offer a little bit of something for everyone in the fiber world!
Indie Untangled Rhinebeck Trunk Show
Bare Naked Wools has a large vending space to sell and talk yarn!
Shop dozens of unique indie dyers, yarn companies, designers, and more. This event grows in popularity and size each year and offers a look at the exciting makers that the New York Sheep and Wool show often overlook.
Maryland Sheep and Wool, May 6-7th, 2017
Come and see us in Maryland again!
“We are farmers, shepherds, spinners, knitters, dyers, artists, chefs, animal lovers, entrepreneurs, educators, parents, men and women of cultures around the world all with a reason to appreciate sheep! They nourish us, they warm us, they adorn us, they give us creative inspiration and they provide us with a fundamental connection to agriculture and nature that goes back centuries.”