Flying Fibers: Out In the World

Jeri and Irina can be found throughout the East Coast selling their wares. Here are a list of places you can find them vending at in 2019.

Vogue Knitting LIVE: New York City, January
Pittsburgh Creative Arts Festival, March
Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, May
Flying Fibers Weekend Workshop, June
Knitters’ Day Out, September
New York State Sheep and Wool Festival, October
Penns Valley Fiber Festival, November

Flying Fibers: In the News

Jeri and Irina have been lucky over the years to be featured in some publications and podcasts. Check them out below! 

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Woolful Podcast, Episode 21

I first met Jeri when she emailed me last Fall before the podcast even began. I was intrigued by the heritage breed sheep she and her daughter were raising and their efforts in creating awareness about these wonderful breeds and their wool...
— Ashley Yousling, Woolful

Jeri and Irina were honored to be interviewed by Ashely Yousling of Woolful in the first part of 2015. They were the featured guests on the 21st episode of her podcast for fiber artists and wool lovers alike. Tune in to Ashely's podcasts at or listen to Jeri and Irina's story directly by clicking here. 


Always Lancaster, 2017

Prior to opening their shop in 2009, Jeri Robinson-Lawrence and her daughter, Irina, were vendors at various fiber festivals throughout the region...[Robinson-Lawrence] credits the store’s success with the fact that she and her daughter are knowledgeable about the industry and that they’ve surrounded themselves with talented and creative women who have helped them establish their knowledge base.
— Cathy Molitoris, LNP

Jeri and Irina were featured in the Always Lancaster 2017 magazine. The article featured successful women-run businesses in Lancaster County. All of the businesses in the 329 Building were featured in the article! Read more here.


LNP Local Business Spotlight, 2014

[Robinson-Lawrence] says the business went well from the beginning because she focused on more than just making money.

“We had a business plan, of course, but first and foremost was our mission and vision, which is education and instilling a love of fiber arts for future generations,” she says.
— Cathy Molitoris, LNP

Flying Fibers was featured in the small business section in 2014 in an article titled, "Landisville's Flying Fibers aims to make yarn crafts cool." The article goes over Jeri's journey into the fiber arts, the evolution of the store; from studio to full service fiber arts shop, and her shepherding. Read more here. 


Crafting 101: Some 'hidden' crafty gems

Packed to the brim, this yarn and fibers shop highlights all things for crochet, spinning, knitting, weaving and felting — and any other crafts that require these types of supplies.

Walking in, you are met with a sea of color and texture and may not know where to look first, but the store is so organized that you won’t be overwhelmed for long.
— Claudia Esbenshade, LNP

Flying Fibers was featured in a charming write-up about local craft shops and art studios in Lancaster County. Want to read more? Click here. 


Pennsylvania Made, 2016

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.
— Bernadette Sukley, Pennsylvania Made

A unique guidebook and local resource full of hundreds of things to find and buy, crafts to discover, factories to explore, and history to uncover––all made in Pennsylvania. Flying Fibers is featured in the Lancaster section. Read more here.