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Creative Fibre is the New Zealand organisation for all fibre crafts. It brings together spinners, weavers, knitters, dyers, flax workers, felters, crocheters, free form fibre artists and all other people involved in the use of fibre. We have over 3000 members throughout New Zealand and around the world who share a passion for fibre.

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Festival Marketplace

The festival marketplace will be open:

• 11.00-4.00pm on Thursday 28th April
• 9.30 – 5.00pm Friday and Saturday 29th and 30th of April
• 9.30 – 3.00pm Sunday 1st of May

And what a fabulous list of traders we have! Read more

Runway Afternoon Show Tickets

Although the Runway Evening Show is sold out, you can still purchase tickets to the Afternoon Show:

Venue: Harrington Theatre, 2 Harrington Ave, Pukekohe
Time: 2.00pm
Cost: $35.00

All garments will be on display from Saturday at the Pukekohe Borough Building (same building as Plunkett) on the corner of Massey Rd & Edinburgh St, so don’t forget to grab yourself a Day Pass from The Hub (at the Bridge Club, next door to the Pukekohe Borough Building on Edinburgh St) so you can get up close and personal with them. Many items are for sale, so have your credit card at the ready.
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Day and Market Passes

There will be two Pass options at Festival:

Day Pass $25 provides access to:

  • Marketplace
  • Fashion Display (Sat and Sun only)
  • Specialty Displays
  • The Hub
  • Exhibition (Free to Festival attendees and the public. Open from 6-7pm Thursday, 9.30am-5.00pm Fri-Sat, 9.30am-4.00pm Sun. Steel Gallery is open during normal business hours after Festival, until 27 May when the Exhibition ends)

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Festival Tutor Profiles

Still wondering what classes to sign up for? Let us help tip you over the edge. Just updated, we now have Tutor Profiles and photos of some of the gorgeous things you can learn to make. You will also find a list of things you’ll need to bring to a particular workshop. So off you go, have a look – and we’re really sorry about inflicting the agony of decision-making on you 😉