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 Leeds Wool Festival


Saturday, 3 June 2017

Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills


We are pleased to confirm the date for Leeds Wool Festival 2017!

We are already getting ready to make 2017 the best Leeds Wool Festival yet.

Please bookmark this page and follow the event on Facebook for updates and launch our early bird tickets and workshops.


Click to expand2017 stallholders

We are pleased to welcome the following stallholders to the 2017 Wool Festival:

  • Hooked by Design
  • Sonic Knits
  • Freyalynn Fibres
  • The Border Tart
  • The Skep
  • Willo Fibres
  • Crafts from the Dungeon
  • Baa Baa Brighouse
  • The Knitting Goddess
  • Bradford Guild of Spinners and Weavers
  • Todmorden Books
  • Dye Ninja
  • Sidecar Knits
  • Sylvan Tiger
  • Phileas Yarns
  • Natural Born Dyers
  • Baa Am Ewe
  • Eden Cottage Yarns
  • Wheeldale Woolcrafts
  • Riverside Spinning
  • Yarn Undyed
  • International Feltmakers Region 10
  • The Knitting Gift shop

    ** Please note: applications for stalls have now closed **

Click to expandHow to get to Armley Mills

​We are encouraging people to use public transport to get the Wool Festival.


Numbers 15 and 60A run from outside Leeds Railway Station, and stop at Canal Road, next to the mumbers 15 and 60A run from outside Leeds Railway Station, and stop at Canal Road, next to the museum car park.

Numbers 33, 33A, 508, 670, 757 and 760 run from Central Leeds and stop at Kirkstall Road Cardigan Fields. It is then a short walk through the leisure complex, over the footbridge next to Frankie and Benny’s Restaurant and through the grounds of the Museum.

The Leeds-Liverpool Canal Walk:
It is also a lovely walk along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, from Central Leeds to the Museum. This can take up to an hour.

There will be limited parking available at the museum and in the overflow car park opposite the museum car park. It is also possible to park in Cardigan Fields Leisure Complex car park and walk across the footbridge to Armley Mills.

There will also be a number of disabled parking spaces available in the museum car park. It is possible to drop off passengers outside the entrance.