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Wanna show your love?Volunteers are needed for 3-hour shifts May 18-20. Tasks vary, from handing out maps/schedules, to directing visitors to classrooms, to staffing the info table, to hosting the Fiber Cozy and other jobs.
Visit the volunteer page to get started. And, thanks in advance!
Shout out to the fiber community! In November, folks from these countries visited this website: the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, Turkey, Belgium, Finland, Ireland, Latvia and Sweden. That’s staying connected in a big way. Come back soon, friends.
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Recipients were Hospice of Wake County, Interact (victims of domestic abuse), Women’s Shelter (homeless women) and Healing Place (men and women recovering from drug addiction).
Raleigh Knit Night meets January—November, 6:30 pm, on second Wednesdays at Cameron Village Regional Library. Next meeting is November 9. Knitters and crocheters of all levels are welcome. Click on the photo to see more of their beautiful work made with love.
At 15″ x 15″, these totes are not too big. They’re not too small. They’re just right. Perfect as project bags, shopping bags, birthday gifts, holiday gifts, anytime gifts.
Sturdy cotton duck your needles and hooks won’t poke through. Navy print. Pictured yarn and needles not included, but you’ll enjoy filling yours during Carolina FiberFest.
Order today. $8 includes shipping.
Mail your check or money order to:
508 Sedgewood Rd
Four Oaks, NC 27524
Keep current by following FiberFest on Ravelry, Facebook and Twitter. You can comment, like and tweet till the llamas come home. All you have to do is click.
Explore the world of fiber. Discover diverse cultures and their fiber traditions.
Imagine the places you might go during three days of free demos.
You’ll enjoy seeing spinners, knitters, crocheters, weavers, tatters, lacemakers, felters and embroiderers. Get acquainted with rug hooking. Follow that with bobbin lace. Admire works-in-progress and finished objects.
Want more? Weaving looms. Machine knitting. Montagnard-style spinning wheels like the one below. Fiber carding, combing and blending.
Chat with experts. Learn about materials, tools and techniques. Marvel at antique fiber equipment. Ask questions. Pick up the lingo. And try your hand at something new. Who knows, you just might love it.