At The Fair
Estonian Lace with Nancy Bush
Saturday 11-1 Estonian Lace
Come see Nancy Bush. Bring your books for signing and check out her creations on display.
you can find our DEMO area in Building #2
Friday at 12:00
Stretchy Button Bracelet by Jodie McDougall
Friday at 1:00
Making Worsted & Bulky yarns from Fingering Weight Singles by Carolyn Greenwood
Friday at 1:30-3:00
Friday at 3:00
Dryer Balls by Joelle McCarthy
Friday at 4:00
What to Look for When Buying a Fleece by Teri Elliason
Saturday 11:30- 1:00
Special Guest Nancy Bush!
Fly Tying by Fred Jepsen
Felted Soap by Carolyn Greenwwod
Ply on the Fly - on a Spindle by Jennifer Green
Broom Making by Scott
Make and Take
Make and Take - Concrete Jewelry
Embroidered Concrete Jewelry by Nashlah Boyayan
Come and learn how to work with this amazing "new" material! Concrete is lighter than stone, resin or metal of comparable size, making it perfect to use for jewelry and other objects of personal adornment. Concrete may seem an unlikely material for jewelry, but time to discover the endless creative possibilities! It’s lightweight, easy to use, extremely versatile, and inexpensive. Concrete sets in minutes cures hard and is ready to use in about an hour, making it perfect for a myriad of uses in jewelry and other art forms. You will be able to make your own embroidered concrete necklace. Discover how to use just a needle, some thread, and a little bit of concrete to make truly one of a kind pieces that will make a statement!
Make and Take - Celebration Doll Pins
Celebration Doll Pins by Catherine Marchant
These little dolls are woven on a cardboard loom. Easy enough for a beginner, yet fun for experienced weavers as well.
$10.00 per doll: yarn, pin back, glue, loom
Make and Take - Felted Ball Jewelry
This one is great for kids! Learn simple wet felting by fashioning felt balls. Make a necklace or bracelet.
The Doctor is IN
If you are stuck on a project, or need help translating pattern instructions, bring your problems to the Knitting Guild information table. Come with your pattern instructions, project, tools (i.e. extra knitting needles, waste yarn for practice or lifelines, tapestry needles, etc. ), pencil and paper for notes, mobile device with camera / video.
Members are there to help you get past roadblocks, they will not finish your projects for you.
This service does not include repairing knitted items.
DO NOT bring a moth-eaten item into the Fiber Fair !