2024 is shaping up to be our biggest and best Beanie Festival to date…. Once again with a hall full of wonderful stall holders.
A market full of stalls celebrating the art of fantastic fibre creations Sat & Sun, 10-4pm.

We may have room for outside stalls. … contact Judy Gallie 0438 898 332

Following on from last years success, our event is growing. Our third year in the historic Alexandra Shire Hall opens up plenty of opportunity for all to browse and purchase from our wonderful stall holders.

Bookings have closed for indoor stalls for 2024. Stalls are suitable for fibre, yarn, textiles, textile artists, producers, growers. Winter warmers and beanies are welcome. Handmade goods & high quality craft related stalls encouraged. For further information contact our Stall Holder Coordinator Judy Gallie 0438 898 332

Sites are confirmed upon receipt of payment.

Indoor stalls are all double sites, inside the Shire Hall surrounding the Beanie displays. Double stalls are are no bigger than two standard trestle tables in width & cost of $60 for both Sat & Sun incl. Parking is close by for set up/pack up.

STALL HOLDER PROFILES 2024 Coming Soon…. .

Some of our previous stall holders have included.

Kaye Adolphson Designs & Yarns A Textile Artist & teacher featuring handmade, quality garments crocheted to original designs, shawls, scarves, hats, mittens plus patterns and kits.

Liz Langford A Textile Artist with a passion for knitting has led Liz to the creation of unique and gorgeous knits using beautiful natural yarns.

Kerrucrafts Kerry and Ruth specialize in beautiful hand spun skeins of fibre, cowls, beanies and project bags, using 100% natural fibres, while featuring modern classic designs.

Melanie Ball Customized up-cycled hats for sale and order.

Barbara Matthison Hand spun alpaca, wool/mohair scarves, ponchos and beanies.

Vivenne Ryan Bespoke toys, hand knitted items and Ashford Corriedale, Alpaca and Silk Merino fibre.

Sally Waterman Sally designs, crotchets and felts quirky, fun items including tea cosies, baskets & more, that bring happiness and most of all make us smile!

Murrindindi Spinners Demonstrations of Spinning fibre on a spinning wheel and sock making on 100-year-old circular sock making machine by local group who love to spin, knit, and crochet.

Bronwyn Britton & Joan Harding Quality country style handmade little kids’ jumpers, quilted tops, hats, scarves and crafts.

Donna Merrilees 0438010239 Funky Recycled chenille pants for kids and adults.