Making Yarn From the Ground Up
About Making Yarn From the Ground Up
Adventures in raising a fiber flock and small-batch yarn production.
Anne is a fiber artist in Bedminster, NJ, raising a small flock of Shetland sheep for their wool. Her spinning and weaving workshops explore the relationship between craft and imagination, infusing traditional techniques with personal vision. She serves on the Board of the North American Shetland Sheep Association, and is the founder of NJ Fibershed, a non-profit organization connecting small fiber farmers, and providing educational resources for first-generation farmers and raising awareness of local fiber production and use.
Visit Middle Brook Fiberworks at http://www.middlebrookfiberworks.com/
This class is limited to 200 students.
16 and up
Open to all levels
Single session on Tuesday, January 24, at 7 pm ET | 4 pm PT.
Enrolled students receive lifetime access to the video recording of the class.
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The MidAtlantic Fiber Association (MAFA) represents and supports a community of fiber arts guilds in the greater Mid-Atlantic region.
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