Important Times To Note:
Set Up Times:
Thursday from 2 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
(all vehicles must be out of the foot traffic area by 10 a.m.)
Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday Tear Down:
Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Our vendors provide finished goods, raw fibers, supplies, and tools, all related to the fiber art world and old-time artisan skills. If you have any questions as to your suitability for our festival, please contact us at:
All applications are reviewed by the HHFF Vendor Committee before they are accepted. Vendors are accepted as-needed to create a diverse festival.
HHFF 2020 has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic. Vendors registered for 2020, please check your email for details.
Set Up & Tear Down:
Booth Set-up: Your booth setup must be such that customers remain within your booth boundaries while shopping in your booth. We are no longer able to supply tables and chairs.
Unloading: Please remember that there are many vendors utilizing a few doors. Please be courteous and do not back directly up to the door. Quickly unload then move your vehicle before setting up your booth. No vehicles or trailers may be pulled into the building.
Please ask at Welcome Center about our vendor trailer parking area.
Tear Down: Saturday, tear down begins at 4:00 p.m. You may not tear down early. Early tear down may result in a refusal of future vendor application. Booths must be cleared by 6:30 p.m. Pack your booth before you move your vehicle to load it. Please respect other vendors.
Fairgrounds and Booth Information:
Restrooms: Restrooms are in Scott Hall and Herring Hall, we will also have port-a-lets on site near Magill Hall.
Pets: No pets are allowed on the fairgrounds except in the campground area. Service animals are always welcome.
Camping: See Johnson County Fairgrounds website for camping instructions:
Sales tax: Sales tax is 7% in Indiana. Each vendor is responsible for collecting it and sending it to the Indiana Dept. of Revenue. Information is available at: https://inbiz.in.gov/taxes-fees/
Insurance: Vendors are responsible for providing their own insurance. Neither Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival, Inc. nor any member of the board [nor any volunteer] accepts any responsibility for loss, theft, damage, etc.
Please consider donating an item to be given out as a Door Prize, you are welcome to attach advertisements promoting your business to your item, in fact we encourage it!
Competitions & Fleece Sale:
Remember that you can enter any or all of our competitions! We have Fleece, Skein, Fiber Arts Competitions.
We especially encourage you to enter our fleece competition. We accept wool, mohair, llama, and alpaca fleeces. Your fleeces can then be sold through the HHFF Fleece Sale (we take a 10% commission) or you may take them back to your booth to be sold. Fleeces may be picked up by 4 p.m. on Saturday. Make sure to read our Competition & Entertainment page for full details.