Farnham Maltings’ annual yarn festival unravel is taking place on Friday 16 – Sunday 18 February 2018. The 10th anniversary of the event will feature a programme of bookable workshops, talks & demonstrations led by UK & International experts and a marketplace of over 80 quality exhibitors selling yarn & fibre accessories.
Exhibitor applications are now closed. Tickets for 2018 will be on sale shortly. For those wishing to get a flavour of the festival, last year’s programme can be viewed in the craft archive here. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram to keep updated with all the news in forthcoming months.
What to expect at unravel
A small, professional craft team curates the craft programme at Farnham Maltings. Our annual programme attracts an audience of over 7,000 visitors. Alongside the marketplace of over 80 exhibitors, unravel offers a host of workshops, a diverse talk programme and spotlight exhibition from professionals, as well as a demonstration and participation areas.
About Farnham Maltings & Farnham
Farnham Maltings is a historic 18th century brewery consisting of beautiful beamed rooms across which the festival takes place. On a day to day basis the building hosts a range of studios for artists and craftspeople together with six resident theatre and dance companies who produce and tour work regionally, nationally and internationally. The Maltings offers a varied programme including theatre, cinema, craft, music, workshops and more.
Farnham boasts a wealthy tradition in the crafts and has recently been recognised as England’s first Craft Town. The Maltings is a short walk to the New Ashgate Gallery, the Craft Study Centre and UCA Farnham, one of the few universities with a dedicated craft department. Farnham Maltings is a two minute walk from the town centre, with Farnham Railway Station only a five minute walk away. Trains run to and from London Waterloo every 30 minutes and the journey from London to Farnham takes under an hour.