FIBER DAYS AND OTHER FIBER ACTIVITIES

Here is the schedule of all the Fiber Activities at the Market this season.

Fridays and Fiber Days at the Independence Farmer’s Market-Schedule

 

May                                                                  June

8 Demo: how to clean raw wool                                5  Make a 2-D needle felted picture

15 Demo: how to use a drum carder and hand carders     12   Make a wool ball by needle felting

*22 David Hood will demo shearing sheep                *19 Joann Bondy will show her fabric dolls

29 Wet felt a piece of felt                                         26 Make a wool snake

July                                                                   August

3   Make a trivet with a peg loom                               7 Make a small 3-D object

10 Make a wet felted wool coaster                            14 Make a needle felted pin

*17 Karen Simpson will demo wet felting flowers       *21 Deb Clemens “How to raise rabbits”

24 Make a wool flower using a pattern                       28 Demo mixing fibers using a carder

31 Make a pot holder using a peg loom

September                                                      October

4    Make a doll shawl on 1′ tri-loom                           2 Make a shawl pin

11   Make a quilt square on 1′ tri-loom                        9 Felt a Thanksgiving pin

*18   Vivian “Raising Alpacas”                               *16 Deb “Raising goats”

25   Demo leno-lace on a tri-;loom                    23 Felt a winter holiday pin

*Fiber Days are the 3rd Friday of each month with demonstrations                                       from local artisans at 1-2PM. Free to the public.

Look for the Fiber Guild tent with local

members demonstrating crochet, weaving,

spinning, knitting, felting, and other fiber arts.

Libby/friends will offer demonstrations and/or make-n-takes from

1-2 PM every Friday free to the public. Materials will be provided;          fees for materials may apply. Supervised children are welcome.

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