This registration site has basic class descriptions.
Please refer to www.carolinafiberfest.org/2020-fiber-arts-workshops for Required Skills, Materials Students Should Bring and Homework.


Workshops

  • A Knitter’s Guide to Fixing Mistakes  -  Kim Garnett

    A Knitter’s Guide to Fixing Mistakes - Kim Garnett

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    The biggest difference between an experienced knitter and a newbie, is the ease with which their mistakes can be fixed. In this class we explore how to fix those mistakes. We will begin to learn how to read our knitting and then discuss the most common errors made in our knitting and hopefully learn how to fix them in ways that do not involve ripping out all the way back to where the mistake occurred.

    $60.00 ea.

  • An Introduction to Estonian Lace  with  Kim Garnett

    An Introduction to Estonian Lace with Kim Garnett

    Saturday March 14, 2020 2:00-5:00 pm
    Come and let’s begin an exploration of the lace tradition of Estonia. We will discuss the history of lace knitting in Estonia as we explore the stitches thought of as unique to Estonian lace knitting such as nupps and gathered stitches. We will also discuss the traditional techniques used to assemble a traditional lace shawl or scarf.

    $60.00 ea.

  • An Introduction to Stranded Knitting with Kim Garnett

    An Introduction to Stranded Knitting with Kim Garnett

    Friday March 13, 2020 4:00-7:00 pm
    This class is for knitters who would like to venture into two-color knitting. We will begin work on a cowl using only two colors on a circular needle. Techniques included in the workshop are: yarn dominance; knitting with a color in each hand; corrugated ribbing; catching yarns to reduce snagging; reading charts.

    $62.00 ea.

  • Basic Buttons:  Dorset, Yorkshire, Knots and More with  Nancy Gaines

    Basic Buttons: Dorset, Yorkshire, Knots and More with Nancy Gaines

    Saturday March 14, 2020 4:00-6:30 pm
    You just finished that beautiful sweater and now you need the perfect button as a finishing touch. Not just some ordinary button from a big box store but one that is as unique as your finished product. In this workshop we will explore making beautiful buttons to compliment your beautiful projects. Using yarn, plastic rings, wooden disks and beads, templates, and cord we will make buttons in a variety of styles. The principle focus will be Dorset and Yorkshire buttons, but we will also look at a variety of other styles. Using these techniques and building on them you will always have the perfect button to finish any project.

    $45.00 ea.

  • Bead Crochet Bracelets with Jolie Elder

    Bead Crochet Bracelets with Jolie Elder

    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Do you need a quick project for the holiday gifting season? Or maybe bridesmaids' gifts? Do you have leftover beads from beaded shawl projects? Do you love jewelry? Come learn how to do bead crochet. Yes, this uses a crochet hook, but it is only a chain stitch and a slip stitch. Easy.

    $61.00 ea.

  • Beginning Core Spinning   with  Glenda Moore

    Beginning Core Spinning with Glenda Moore

    Sunday March 15, 2020 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Always wanted to learn how to make art yarns?? Learn to Lock spin and core spin, with some basic tailspinning. Get the basics down and then run with whatever moves you!

    $90.00 ea.

  • Beginning Spinning on Drop Spindle  with Chelsea Fehskens

    Beginning Spinning on Drop Spindle with Chelsea Fehskens

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-10:00 am and 2:00-4:00 pm
    Here is your chance to learn the centuries-old art of creating yarn on a wood drop spindle. Step-by-step process ensures understanding and success. We’ll also cover some basics of wool types and preparation. Each student will leave with a finished mini skein, Spindle, and extra wool roving so you can keep spinning!


  • Beginning Wheel Spinning on a Spinning Wheel– Julie Wilson

    Beginning Wheel Spinning on a Spinning Wheel– Julie Wilson

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-11:00 am and 4:00-7:00 pm
    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-11:00 am and 4:00-7:00 pm
    Do you ever wonder how yarn is made? Twist the fibers and you will make yarn.. Guaranteed! Learn the basics of a spinning wheel (double treadle Lendrums wheels will be provided for you in class). Learn how to draft the fibers and allow the twisted fibers to slide through your fingers onto the spool. Learn how to change spools, spin more fiber onto a second spool and then ply the two spools of singles together. You will make yarn. You will learn how to measure your finished yarn on a NIddy Noddy. Take home your first homespun skein of yarn and enjoy. All you need to bring is patience and a smile


  • Bind Off at Both Ends with  Jolie Elder

    Bind Off at Both Ends with Jolie Elder

    Friday March 13, 2020 4:00-5:00 pm
    We’ve all seen the instruction: Bind off # of stitches, work to end, turn, bind off same # of stitches. But then one edge of the work is one row taller! Eliminate that extra row by learning how to bind off at the end of the row.

    $20.00 ea.

  • Bobbin Lace Pendant with Prabha Ramakrishnan

    Bobbin Lace Pendant with Prabha Ramakrishnan

    Sunday March 15, 2020 10 am - 1 pm $68

    Description: Bobbin lace is a type of off-loom weaving using a lace pillow and bobbins to create exquisite and delicate lace. In modern times, many contemporary lace artists have used this technique to create beautiful jewelry, and 3D and 2D pieces full of movement using metal wires, silk and embroidery threads as well as yarn of varying thickness. In this class students will learn beginning Bobbin Lace techniques and make a beautiful pendant. Lace pillow and bobbins will be provided for use in class.
    Students will have the option to buy the pillow form and bobbins for an additional $15.00.

    $68.00 ea.

  • Bosnian Crochet:Back to the Beginning  - Canceled

    Bosnian Crochet:Back to the Beginning - Canceled

    Sunday March 15, 2020 2:00 - 5:00 pm
    Bosnian Crochet is believed to be the oldest crochet that exists. It is created by the placement of slip stitches to create texture for a tight, yet stretchy fabric. Students will make a hat from a free Interweave Pattern.

    $60.00 ea. [Sold Out]

  • Brioche  Rosetta Stone with Jolie Elder

    Brioche Rosetta Stone with Jolie Elder

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    It seems brioche is having a moment, especially in the work of Stephen West or Nancy Marchant. Do the directions look like Greek to you? How do I “bark” or “burp” in knitting? What does it mean to work the right-side twice without turning? What’s knitting in the stitch below? Students will leave ready to work brioche patterns regardless of how they are described.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Design the Socks You Crave with Kim Garnett

    Design the Socks You Crave with Kim Garnett

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Whether you like your socks quirky or classic - make socks that fit your feet and your style! Learn how to bring different patterns and pieces together into a complete sock design. During class, we’ll discuss how to design a sock using the stitch patterns you want (along with the math needed). Then we’ll discuss how to put your creations down on paper. Then we’ll discuss how to adjust your socks to make them fit like a dream.

    $63.00 ea.

  • DIY Fiber Prep or Send Your Fiber to a Mill? with Alesia Moore

    DIY Fiber Prep or Send Your Fiber to a Mill? with Alesia Moore

    Thursday March 12, 2020 2:30-5:30 pm
    Thinking about purchasing fiber? What is involved in preparing your own fleece? Should you send it to a mill? What are your options? Fiber preparation makes a huge difference in your final product. Knowing your options allows you to control the process. Learn the various stages of prep: skirting, tumbling, washing/drying, dyeing, picking, carding, combing, blending etc.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Easy Dye Silk Scarves with M Theresa Brown

    Easy Dye Silk Scarves with M Theresa Brown

    Friday March 13, 2020 3:00 - 6:00 pm
    Create your own beautiful abstract designs on silk! No need to steam or heat set with the specially formulated, safe dyes. You’ll leave with 2 ready to wear pure silk scarves and 1 silk handkerchief that you designed using the techniques learned in the workshop. Suitable for ages 12 and up.

    $85.00 ea.

  • Ecoprinting on Silk and Wool with  M Theresa Brown

    Ecoprinting on Silk and Wool with M Theresa Brown

    Sunday March 15, 2020 10:00 am -5:00 pm
    Learn how to ecoprint on silk and wool! Ecoprinting (also known as botanical printing) involves collecting leaves, plants and flowers to imprint their images directly upon protein fibers using a water bath process. Learn the techniques to create beautiful, all natural designs and colors drawn directly from Nature on silk and wool. Students are encouraged to bring leaves from their area with emphasis on high tannin leaves such as oak, maples, rose, hickory, sumac, etc. and interesting weeds. Leaves will also be provided by instructor. At the end of the workshop, students will take home both a silk and wool ecoprinted scarf and the knowledge to Ecoprint from Nature's resources. Ecoprinting is a natural, sustainable art form.

    $125.00 ea.

  • Entrelac in a day with Rusty Boyd

    Entrelac in a day with Rusty Boyd

    Saturday March 14, 2020 2:00-6:00 pm
    Have you ever wanted to learn Entrelac? Thought it might be too complicated? Have a pattern but can't decipher it? Here's your chance. Entrelac, French for "Interlaced," is the technique of creating blocks and triangles that look like basket weave. This class will show you how to cast on, create the tiers (made up of blocks and triangles), and finish off your Entrelac piece. Other tips and tricks will be shared as well to make it easier to knit, purl, and combine stitches to create a beautiful woven, Entrelac piece.

    $70.00 ea.

  • Felted Soap with Vicki Clontz

    Felted Soap with Vicki Clontz

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-2:00 pm
    Have fun wet-felting soap with wool and silk fibers for a pretty and practical addition to your washroom - it's like a built-in loofah sponge! Felt 2 bars of soap in your choice of colors - 1 to keep, and 1 for a gift. A fun and easy class for everyone!

    $50.00 ea.

  • Fibonacci, Fiber, and Fun!   With Connie Lee Lynch

    Fibonacci, Fiber, and Fun! With Connie Lee Lynch

    Saturday March 14, 2020 4:00-5:30 pm
    Come learn a little about the history of the Fibonacci Sequence and how you can use these numbers to create very aesthetically appealing stripes, fades and more! Applicable for knitters, crocheters, weavers and more. Math IS fun!!

    $30.00 ea.

  • Fleece Handling:  Basics and Beyond   with Elaina  Kenyon

    Fleece Handling: Basics and Beyond with Elaina Kenyon

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    This class will cover how to select and prepare for processing the fleeces of sheep, alpaca, angora goats and angora rabbits. We'll cover how to select a fleece that is both high quality and appropriate for specific types of project. This class emphasizes hands on evaluation of wool, alpaca, mohair and angora. Students will have the opportunity to handle and evaluate multiple types of fiber. Handouts and samples will be provided.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Free-Form Weaving  with Dawn Hummer

    Free-Form Weaving with Dawn Hummer

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Rigid heddle table looms are the perfect way to begin your weaving journey. Enjoy the ease and comfort of weaving free-form style! This "no rules" style of weaving allows for designing in the reed, meaning you will create without a plan and design as you go - freestyle! Focus on color, texture, spontaneity and experimentation, resulting in a completely unique scarf, table runner or wall hanging. All looms will be pre-warped and ready for you to create a masterpiece!


  • German Short Rows; Eins, Zwei, Drei  with Laura Barker

    German Short Rows; Eins, Zwei, Drei with Laura Barker

    Friday March 13, 2020 4:00-7:00 pm
    German Short Rows involve no wraps, pins, or other accessories. At the short row turn, the yarn is slipped to create a double stitch. This double stitch is a real ugly duckling, visibly bigger than all the surrounding stitches. However, just as the ugly duckling transformed into a beautiful swan, the double stitch, when worked in a subsequent row, transforms, filling the short row gap beautifully on the front and back of your work. Learn to work German Short Rows in stockinette and garter stitch as you make a coffee koozie. Learn how to fix them if the unthinkable happens and your double stitch goes rogue. Finally, the class will also cover places to use German short rows, how they compare to other short row methods, and how to substitute them in patterns.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Gettin' Batty with It: ArtwithBatt Tools & Techniques with Liza Q Wirtz

    Gettin' Batty with It: ArtwithBatt Tools & Techniques with Liza Q Wirtz

    Friday March 13, 2020 8am - 11am & noon-3:00 pm
    Interactive workshop on the whys and hows of art-batt creation. What is an art batt? What can you do with it - and why would you want to? We'll answer those questions and more! Class participants will come away with the basic skills needed to create art batts, knowledge of what tools are useful for that creative process (and a set of mini-carders to keep), and three variously sized batts they've designed using ingredients from our Batt Buffet and created using hand carders, blending boards, and drum carders. Yes, we ARE batty for batts - and we think you will be as well. All materials and tools provided. Bring questions (if you have any), clothing you don't mind getting bits of fibery goodness on, and chocolate (not required, but always welcome).


  • Hairpin Lace: Making a Simple Loom and Starting a First Project with Nancy Gaines

    Hairpin Lace: Making a Simple Loom and Starting a First Project with Nancy Gaines

    Friday March 13, 2020 4:00 - 6:30 pm
    Hair pin lace crochet is one of those things that falls in and out of popularity. A Victorian favorite it has had revivals most recently in the 50s and 70s. The technique is actually fairly simple, works up quickly, and creates a light airy finished product that is unlike any other crochet you might do. Take some time to explore this vintage favorite and add a new technique to your crochet arsenal.

    $65.00 ea.

  • Hands on with Angora Rabbits – Elaina Kenyon

    Hands on with Angora Rabbits – Elaina Kenyon

    Thursday March 12, 2020 2:30-5:30 pm
    In this class students will learn about the main breeds of angora rabbit - what makes each breed different and the unique needs of angora rabbits compared to other breeds of rabbit. Students will have a chance to handle different breeds and learn the basics of grooming. Handouts will be provided and they'll plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Historic Hand Sewing: How Our Grandmother's Did It with Nancy Gaines

    Historic Hand Sewing: How Our Grandmother's Did It with Nancy Gaines

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-10:30 am
    Learn an appreciation for work of our ancestors in this workshop by making a basic apron and/or cap by hand. Today, clothing is almost a throw away item, but in the past the amount of labor required made clothing so valuable it was inventoried in wills and estates. Even in modern times, the art of hand sewing has its place as the most elegant and expensive couture garments are sewn by hand, one stitch, at a time. Learn five of the most basic hand sewing techniques, the history of hand sewing, tools and materials, and modern applications in this workshop on historic hand sewing.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Holding Yarns w/ Two Hands for Stranded Colorwork Knitting – Varian Brandon

    Holding Yarns w/ Two Hands for Stranded Colorwork Knitting – Varian Brandon

    Friday March 13, 2020 2:00-3:00 pm
    If you have always wanted to learn how to carry your yarns in two hands when knitting Fair Isle designs...but do not have much time for classes...then this 1 hour class will take the mystery out of this traditional way to manage your yarns. Two-handed stranded colorwork also helps keep your yarns from twisting so you will not lose time straightening everything out. We will also talk about several methods for creating a swatch for colorwork.

    $20.00 ea.

  • Indigo Shibori – Kelli Crispin

    Indigo Shibori – Kelli Crispin

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00 am -3:00 pm
    The Japanese term “shibori” describes a variety of techniques for compressing and securing cloth to create beautiful dye resist patterns. The class will cover many traditional shibori resist techniques, including binding, wrapping, itajime (folding and clamping), arashi (pole-wrapping), and stitching. You will learn techniques inspired by nature motifs, such as mountain path, spiderweb, storm, and snowflake, and dye the fabrics in an indigo vat. All levels of experience are welcome.

    $125.00 ea.

  • Inside Out, Casting on in the Center with Laura Barker

    Inside Out, Casting on in the Center with Laura Barker

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Some projects are worked best from the inside out, and we'll look at several ways to cast on in the middle of your work. The Pinhole Cast-on, worked into a slip knot, is perfect for when just a few stitches are needed at the very center of a project. The provisional cord cast-on (PCCO), creates stitches, directly onto your needle(s), for working in both directions. Judy's Magic Cast-on is truly magic, and may often replace the PCCO and other cast-ons. The crochet cast-on is very versatile; it mirrors a standard bind-off for a polished edge, it is easily added mid project where a long-tail cast-on is not an option, and when worked with waste yarn unzips later to reveal provisional stitches. We will cover the crochet cast-on for lefties and righties. Class will involve a small amount of knitting in the round, but it is not necessary to learn cast-ons.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Intro to Marling    with Connie Lee Lynch

    Intro to Marling with Connie Lee Lynch

    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-1:30 pm
    Marling, in a nutshell, is simply working with 2 strands of yarn held together at the same time. It is also an excellent way to play with color! Mini skeins, anyone? Come play with color and experiment with easy colorwork that can range from subtle to striking! Class is appropriate for knitters, crocheters, and weavers!

    $30.00 ea.

  • Judy's Magic Cast-On – Jolie Elder

    Judy's Magic Cast-On – Jolie Elder

    Saturday March 14, 2020 4:00-5:00 pm
    You've heard the name, but it sounds intimidating. If you can work a slingshot long-tail cast on and make yarn overs, you can learn this magic cast on that is perfect for toe-up socks or projects worked outward from a central line.

    $20.00 ea.

  • Knit Faster with Combination Knitting  with Jolie Elder

    Knit Faster with Combination Knitting with Jolie Elder

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    Do you dread 1×1 ribbing? Are your ssk decreases less tidy than your k2tog? Are you a continental knitter who hates purling? Do you have trouble working make1-left and make1-right? Learn how to combination knit and when to use it to make your knitting both more pleasant to do and more beautiful as a finished product.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Learn to spin on a drop spindle - for kids!  - Canceled

    Learn to spin on a drop spindle - for kids! - Canceled

    Friday March 13, 2020
    Saturday March 14, 2020
    Learn to spin your own yarn! In this class, we will learn to draft and spin fiber by hand and then move to working on drop spindles. We’ll talk about all the different woolly creatures that produce fiber and how twist is the magical ingredient that turns wool fiber into yarn. Each student will leave with a drop spindle and additional roving for practice.


  • Mitered Entrelac Shawl  with Laura Barker

    Mitered Entrelac Shawl with Laura Barker

    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Mitered entrelac is an exciting new technique that takes two or more tiers of entrelac around corners as seen in Laura’s book, “Mitered Entrelac, Knitting Entrelac Around the Corner.” The precise matching at the corners is reminiscent of mitered frames. Learn to turn a corner, begin a triangle shawl, learn my 'double half stitch pickup' method of picking up stitches for tiny and gap-free transitions between blocks, and everything else you need to finish this reversible and versatile accessory.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Natural Dyes Around the House with Jane Bynum

    Natural Dyes Around the House with Jane Bynum

    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    Natural dyes can be an exciting adventure in color. Even with standardized recipes, they never give quite the same results. This class will focus on the art and science of using the relatively safe dye materials derived from food, food waste, and landscape plants. It is designed to be kid-friendly, but because it includes the use of electric burners and boiling water, children under 12 should be accompanied by an enrolled parent or guardian.

    $70.00 ea.

  • Natural Dyes Around the World  with Jane Bynum

    Natural Dyes Around the World with Jane Bynum

    Thursday March 12, 2020 2:30-5:30 pm
    Natural dyes can be an exciting adventure in color. Even with standardized recipes, they never give quite the same result as the previous time. This class will focus on the colors obtained from exotic woods and from insects.

    $75.00 ea.

  • Needle Felting Intro with Alesia Moore

    Needle Felting Intro with Alesia Moore

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-10:00 am
    Needle felting is a fun, creative and inexpensive fiber craft in which wool fleece or roving is sculpted, using special barbed needles. In this class, you will learn a variety of needle felting techniques, create your very own original piece and go home with all the materials you need to continue felting! These techniques can then be used to create many different items including 3-D sculptures, wool paintings, jewelry, ornaments, embellishments and more. You can also use needle felting techniques to appliqué wool onto your favorite projects including bags, hats, scarves, and other items.

    $50.00 ea.

  • Painting With Wool – Alesia Moore

    Painting With Wool – Alesia Moore

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-10:00 am
    Learn to use needle and wet felt techniques to paint your own one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

    $50.00 ea.

  • Peg Loom Weaving – Alesia Moore

    Peg Loom Weaving – Alesia Moore

    Friday March 13, 2020 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Saturday March 14, 2020 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Peg loom weaving is a fun, easy to learn technique and great for all ages and abilities. It is a basic and ancient form of weaving. While no one knows for sure when these popular and simple looms were first used, some believe that peg loom weaving is a technique used by the early Vikings and European settlers. Peg Looms are so simple to use that anyone can create beautiful and useful woven items, including rugs, doormats, wall hangings, scarves, bags, baskets, blankets, wearable art and more. It is an ideal way to use a variety of yarns, fleece and roving; or up-cycle recycled fabric, t-shirts, and even plastic bags. In this workshop you will learn how to plan your project, warp the loom, the basic weaving technique of tabby or plain weave and how to change colors or materials. You will also learn how to remove your work from the loom and how to finish the ends in different ways. At the end of the workshop you will have a finished homemade item to take away with you. After taking this class your imagination will be the only boundaries of your creativity.


  • Seeing Double Knitting – Jolie Elder

    Seeing Double Knitting – Jolie Elder

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    Double-knitting (i.e. reversible stockinette) is an unfairly feared technique that produces a flat fabric with no wrong side. While it can be used for a whole garment, it also works great for button bands, collars, hoods, or other areas where both sides will show. And it makes fabulous color work blankets with no floats waiting to be snagged! If you can knit 1×1 ribbing, you are ready to learn basic two-color, negative mirror-image, stockinette-on-both-sides double-knitting.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Short Row Smorgasbord   with Laura Barker

    Short Row Smorgasbord with Laura Barker

    Friday March 13, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    Short Row Methods have expanded way beyond w&t sock heels. Learn why knitters need short rows. Examine the differences between wrapped, lifted, and double stitch (German) short rows. Practice a few options, and discover how one method might be substituted for another. Finally, look at popular places to insert/substitute short rows, like shoulder shaping, to elevate the appearance of your knitting.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Stranded Colorwork (Fair Isle) Knitting with Beginning – Varian Brandon

    Stranded Colorwork (Fair Isle) Knitting with Beginning – Varian Brandon

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    The class explores the technique of Stranded Colorwork Knitting using a headband pattern which can be expanded into a hat…for those who just can’t stop this extremely addictive form of knitting. This is a beginning class for knitters who are fascinated with what can be accomplished using only two colors per one round.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Stranded Colorwork (Fair Isle) Knitting: Beyond Beginning – Varian Brandon

    Stranded Colorwork (Fair Isle) Knitting: Beyond Beginning – Varian Brandon

    Saturday March 14, 2020 noon-3:00 pm
    You have taken a beginning stranded colorwork class and have more questions. How long do you leave the tails? Is there a way around weaving in all of those ends? Can I untangle the ever twisting yarns? What is yarn dominance? How do I get rid of long floats in the back? This class will answer these questions and more. Students will work on a two color swatch as we explore solutions to these beyond beginning questions.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Tension and Catching Long Floats for Stranded Colorwork Knitting – Varian Brandon

    Tension and Catching Long Floats for Stranded Colorwork Knitting – Varian Brandon

    Friday March 13, 2020 noon-1:00 pm
    In this 1-hour class, we will look at ways to manage long floats along the back your stranded colorwork knitting. Controlling these strands will help even the tension in your knitting as well as eliminating the possibility of catching fingers or jewelry when putting on your finished garment.

    $20.00 ea.

  • The Shape of the Shawl  with Rusty Boyd

    The Shape of the Shawl with Rusty Boyd

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    You bought that gorgeous hank of yarn. Not sure that a lace pattern will work and unsure what to do with it. Why not a shaped shawl? Triangles aren't the only shawl shape. You can create half circles, squares, and more.

    $60.00 ea.

  • Unexpectedly Angular with  Connie Lee Lynch

    Unexpectedly Angular with Connie Lee Lynch

    Friday March 13, 2020 4:00 - 6:30 pm
    Come join me to get started on or to work on Unexpectedly Angular, the 2020 Craft-Along Crochet pattern! We'll compare and discuss different yarn options, including modifications for different weights, as well how to customize it to be a cowl, scarf, or wrap - the possibilities with this versatile design are literally endless!

    $50.00 ea.

  • Wet Felting for Beginners with Kim Underhill

    Wet Felting for Beginners with Kim Underhill

    Saturday March 14, 2020 8:00-11:00 am
    Beginners wet felting a scarf, or the project of your choice: table runner, book markers, potholders, or placement. Project will be determined in class. You will learn the basics of wet felting from start to finish. You will leave with a completed project, step by step guide, understanding of the process, new friends and great fellowship.

    $100.00 ea.

  • Wool Bead Earrings with Vicki Clontz

    Wool Bead Earrings with Vicki Clontz

    Saturday March 14, 2020 4:00-6:00 pm
    Create unique earrings as we wet-felt beads of wool and sparkly Angelina fibers and pair them with novelty beads in your choice of colors! Students will make 2 pairs of earrings in this fun and relaxing class for all skill levels.

    $52.00 ea.

  • Wet-felted Vessel  with Vickie Clontz

    Wet-felted Vessel with Vickie Clontz

    Thursday March 12, 2020 2:30-5:30 pm
    Wet-felt a wooly vessel to use as a unique holder for art supplies, sewing notions, or just a beautiful work of art for your home! We'll embellish with curly fibers, bamboo, silk, and sparkly Angelina fibers. No 2 vessels will be the same.

    $85.00 ea.

Fiber Arts Workshop Refund Policy

  • 75% refund if requested by February 16, 2020
  • 50% refund if requested between February 17-29, 2020
  • No refund after February 29, 2020

You may request a refund by emailing info@CarolinaFiberFest.org 

Students may also re-sell or gift the class at their own expense. Please notify the Festival if you find you are unable to attend or you sell or gift your class to another person.


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