Calling all textile artists! Sugarloaf Craft Festivals invites textile-focused designers and artists to display their work at one of our 11 annual events in the Mid-Atlantic region. We’ve been organizing some of the world’s best-juried art and craft shows since 1975, and we’re passionate about inviting the most talented textile artists to join our family. Our textile category is typically the second best-selling category at our festivals, falling only behind jewelry. Sugarloaf Crafts is devoted to bringing a well-curated variety of textile art to our demanding attendees, and our exacting, juried selection process ensures that only the finest quality goods are on exhibit at Sugarloaf.

We welcome textile arts and crafts of all shapes and sizes, including maker-designed clothing, handmade accessories, fiber art and more. Particularly well-selling goods include original clothing designs, especially handmade and artist-designed dresses, clothing accessories, coats, jackets, belts, fleece hats, outdoor gear, scarves, shawls, mittens, designer socks, high-style hats and silk clothing. Additionally, our loyal attendees look forward to purchasing unique hand-crafted fabric bags, painted silk, quilts and comforters, unusual stuffed animals, hand-woven rugs and woven wools. All kinds of artisan-crafted goods — from rare hand-woven silk quilts to unique accessories — are welcome at Sugarloaf.

What’s the Sugarloaf advantage? There are many! Our sellers get the opportunity to show their work to over 10,000 people over a three-day period, with the only cost being booth rental and lodging. We take care of marketing, logistics and even organize discount hotel rates for Sugarloaf participants. Additionally, Sugarloaf sellers consistently remark on our festive, vibrant environment. Exhibitors make lasting connections with likeminded artists and craftspeople from around the country — an invaluable bonus of the Sugarloaf experience. Ready place your textile art for sale at Sugarloaf? Simply complete your application online or via mail and we’ll submit it to the jury.