2017 Class tickets on sale 4/15 at noon

Tickets will be for sale at HoustonFiberFest.Eventbrite.com


  • Class tickets are only available online at Eventbrite. No cash, no checks, no mail in registrations.
  • Limit one ticket per student, per class
  • If a class is sold out and you’d like to be put on the waiting list, please email classes@houstonfiberfest.com with your name, cell phone number, and which class you want.


  • Only paid ticket holders are allowed in the classroom. You may not bring children, family, or friends to class with you. We have a seating area in the atrium where your guests may wait for you.
  • The deadline to cancel and receive a refund is June 9th. After that date, no refunds will be given.
  • Selling/gifting your spot to someone else is not allowed. All tickets must be purchased directly from Houston Fiber Fest.

2017 Vendor List

Alisha Goes Around
Booths #31 & 40

Amanda Hope Yarn
Booth #50

Barn Owl Yarns
Booth #4

Blue Mule Fiber
Booth #47

Bluebonnet Hills Alpaca Ranch
Booths #24 & 25  (with WC Mercantile)

Brazen Stitchery
Booth #34

Diana Couture
Booth #41

FeistyFenn Fibers
Booths # 15 & 16 (with Independence Farmstead Fibers)

Foggy Hollow Ranch
Booth #14

Gilding Lillies
Booth #10

Great Yarn Co
Booth #8

Gritty Knits
Booths #13 & 21

Hill Country Weavers
Booths #48 & 49

Independence Farmstead Fibers
Booths # 15 & 16 (with FeistyFenn Fibers)

Inner Loop Dyeworks
Booth #17

Inskein Yarns
Booths #6 & 7

KC’s Pockets To Go
Booth #55

KidKat Ranch
Booth #35

Kimarie’s Knit Knacks
Booth #57

Knitting Buddha
Booth #42

Knitting Lagniappe
Booths #36 & 45

Kyla’s Lab: Textile Arts & Accessories
Booth #18

Lazy Cat Yarn
Booth #53

Little Monkey’s Stitch n Spin
Booth #1

Lost City Knits
Booths #30 & 39

Lucky Ewe Yarn
Booths #19 & 27

Lynn’s Texas Fibers
Booth #9

Booth #12

Mohair & More
Booths #2 & 3

Muddy Knitter/Muddy Soap Co
Booth #22

My Hearts Creation
Booth #20

Noti Yarns
Booth #29

Panorama Fiber Arts
Booth #23

Park Avenue Yarns
Booths #37 & 46

Ply! Yarn, Art & Handwovens
Booth #54

Round Table Yarns
Booth #32

Sky Loom Weavers
Booth #33

South Texas Angora Goats/Fibers and Yarn
Booth #28

Suzoo’s Wool Works
Booth #11

Threads & Ewe
Booth #26

Vice Yarns
Booth #56

WC Mercantile
Booth #24 & 25 (with Bluebonnet Hills Alpaca Ranch)

Windmill Crest Farms
Booths #51 & 52

Yarn Carnival
Booth #5

Booth #43 & 44

Booth #38

Announcing our 2017 Headliners: Lucy Neatby and JC Briar!

Lucy Neatby is an internationally recognized teacher, designer, and writer who thrills knitters around the world with her inimitable charm, knowledge, and uniquely colourful designs. Her passion for nurturing and empowering knitters, and putting them in control of their art, is legendary! She is the author of three books: Cool Socks Warm Feet, Cool Knitters Finish in Style, A Little Book of BIG Holes for Hand-knitters! and the Learn With Lucy DVD series.

Lucy does not plan to renew her US Visa when it expires later this year. This may be your final chance to take a class from her locally! Our event is likely to be one of her last in the United States.

Lucy will be teaching:
Double Knitting For The Addicted
The Contented Stitch – Self Sufficiency For Knitters
Lucy’s Hot Sock Tricks
Taking The Plunge – Launching Into Your Own Designs
Ambidextrous Knitting – Knitting With Both Oars In The Water
Short Row Wizardry

JC Briar is a self-professed knitter, puzzle solver, and chart fanatic. She likes to ask questions, probe beyond the surface, and figure things out for herself. Which cast on method really is the most stretchy? How do you knit sock heels and toes that really fit? JC has honed her teaching skills to recognize that different students have different learning styles, and she tries to adapt to match each student’s needs.

JC is author of the book Charts Made Simple and creator of the revolutionary Stitch Maps charting software.

JC will be teaching:
Charts Made Simple
Charts Made Essential
Disaster Recovery
Mapping Lace Scarves
Wedge Shawl Design
Socktastic Stitch Patterns

* Class schedules and prices will be announced at a later date.

Now accepting 2017 class proposals

What’s new for teachers this year?

  • Festival hours have been expanded to a full weekend! There will be classes Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
  • We will have two national knitting teachers this year, so we are especially looking for submissions that feature other techniques: crochet, spinning, weaving, felting.
  • Classrooms have moved away from the vendor hall and into a smaller conference room. Our local teachers will be limited to a maximum of about 10-12 students per class.
  • Applications are ONLINE ONLY this year. This eliminates the risk of getting lost in the mail.

Visit our CLASSES page to submit a class proposal. The deadline is February 15, 2017.