Flying Fibers is happy to be your local source for all of your Knitting, Crochet, Spinning, Weaving and Felting needs. Located in scenic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, we are just minutes from Park City Mall in Lancaster, Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim, and an easy drive from the Elizabethtown, Hershey, Harrisburg and Lebanon areas.
In an effort to create a niche in the fiber arts market, we focus on British fibers and the companies that produce them. Products available include yarns from West Yorkshire Spinners, Fyberspates, Hedgehog Fibres, Rowan, Wendy, Erika Knight, TOFT UK, and Wensleydale Longwool SheepShop Yarns.
North American companies we support are Quince and Co., Brooklyn Tweed, Appalachian Baby, Done Roving Yarns, Flying Fibers Yarn Company, The Alpaca Yarn Company, and Reywa. You will also find products from Jeri and Irina’s own flock of rare breed North American Wensleydale sheep and endangered Leicester Longwool sheep.
Additionally, it is our goal to provide the handspinner and felter with the largest selection of roving in Central Pennsylvania. Spinning and Weaving equipment and supplies are available and in stock including products from Ashford, Louet, Schacht, Majacraft and Kromski.
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Monday through Friday: 10am-5pm
Evenings: We are open until 8pm, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month.
Please note we are closed for New Years Day (Jan 1), Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Check our Facebook for unexpected closings.
What our customers are saying...
Flying Fibers is brought to you by the mother-daughter team of Jeri Robinson-Lawrence and Irina Lawrence. Both women are passionate about providing beautiful products to crafters of any skill, as well as promoting the preservation of rare breed sheep. In addition to owning the shop, Jeri and Irina have a flock of rare breed Wensleydale sheep, endangered Leicester Longwool sheep, rare breed Shetland sheep and rare breed Teeswater sheep that they raise on their farm in York County. Based on the season, this local fiber is available in-store and online. These two women are extremely passionate about the fiber arts and are regularly willing to share their knowledge and expertise with whoever desires.