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Charan Sachar
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Maggie Casey
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Jill Duarte
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Meagan Condon
Thu, May 2, 9:00 AM
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Charan Sachar
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Meagan Condon
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Meagan Condon
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Claire Cunningham
Fiber Arts, Spinning
Michelle Boyd is a Master Spinner, weaver, and writer who lives in Olds, Alberta, which is located in the Treaty Seven region of Canada. She has been teaching spinning for twenty years, including twelve years as an instructor for the Olds College Master Spinner Program. While her approach to spinning is grounded in the technical side of the craft, she is still enchanted by the
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts, Spinning
Jill Duarte spends their days geeking out about all things fiber, diving into the nuances of fiber preparation, color, and the act of spinning. As co-owner of HipStrings, Jill is dedicated to the resurgence of modern craft that is based on a foundation of technical and historical knowledge. This approach is reflected in the fiber, yarn and tools they’ve developed and produce.
$40.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning
Angela Schneider is a weaver, spinner, knitter, and enthusiast for all textile structures from the common to the esoteric. She has degrees in engineering, math, and art, and a Master Spinner certificate from Olds College, Alberta. Angela worked in the tech industry as a programmer, network engineer, and trainer, and is now the Project Editor for Long Thread Media. Angela uses
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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Laurie lives and works at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. As a child she was fascinated by all things fiber, particularly when visiting Colonial Williamsburg. She learned to spin first, on a spinning wheel built by her grandfather. Spinners hang out with weavers and spinning became the entry drug as she developed her fiber habit.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Spinning...
Tasha grew up in a family of makers and tinkerers and has been drawn to textiles of all kinds since she was very small. She is driven by the belief that making things by hand empowers people to live more joyfully and thoughtfully. In her classes, she works to build deep understanding through hands-on experimentation in a warm and inspiring environment.
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$30.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning, Dyeing, Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival
Judith MacKenzie is the ultimate textile artist and teacher. She has an in-depth understanding of every aspect of spinning, weaving, knitting, and dyeing. Her teaching career spans the globe from such fascinating places as above the Arctic Circle all the way to Turkey. Judith is the author of Teach Yourself Visually: Handspinning and The International Spinner.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning, Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival
Jillian Moreno, author of Yarnitecture: A Knitter’s Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want, can’t stop writing and teaching about spinning and using handspun to knit, weave and stitch. She explores, questions and plays and wants to take as many people as possible along for the ride.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning
I am inspired by words, particularly the sound of the human voice and the person behind it.Language through handwriting and the forming of letters in different cultures – ultimately the universal concept of breath forming a line through writing, painting and speech.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning, Weaving, Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival
Esther Rodgers is a full- time fiber artist from Mebane, NC. She is known for her creative art yarns and her unique fiber preparation, while constantly innovating her spinning techniques to create new textures. She is on the cutting edge in terms of yarn design. She loves to design and spin concept yarns from an inspiration and tell stories with her yarns.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning
Alanna Wilcox helps spinners, dyers, and fiber art enthusiasts achieve their creative goals through expert instruction via books and online workshops. She is an artist and an educator who can help you overcome creative challenges, learn new skills and feel empowered to boldly go on your own creative adventures.Visit Alanna’s website at https://www.alannawilcox.com/.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning, Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival
Heavenly Bresser is the owner and founder of Heavenly Knitchet. She is excited to share her love for knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving, and all things fiber related with the world. Not only is Heavenly a well-rounded fiber artist, but she is also a jewelry maker and loves to work with polymer clay. She currently sells various prepared fibers including batts, rolags, hand-
$50.00 / 30 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Spinning
Martha Owen is an artisan/shepherd and resident artist at the John C Campbell Folkschool (www.folkschool.org) in Brasstown, NC. She oversees classes in spinning/knitting,crochet/feltmaking /surface design and dyeing. Her adventure in spinning began here in 1978. By 1980 her extended family included sheep (mostly Corriedale, Shetland, Romney, Blue Faced Leicester), Great
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$60.00 / 60 minutes
Spinning
Daryl Lancaster, a hand-weaver and fiber artist known for her award-winning hand-woven fabric and garments, has been constructing garments for more than half a century. She gives lectures and workshops to guilds, conferences, and craft centers all over the United States. The former Features Editor for Handwoven Magazine, she has written more than 100 articles and digital
$50.00 / 30 minutes
Spinning
Cynthia Dianne Haney, a spindle maker, is passionate about teaching people how to spin. She designs spindles and turns them on the lathe to aid students with high quality performance, enabling students to make the yarn they want with a spindle.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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Spinning, Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival
Maggie Casey has been addicted to spinning since the last century and while some people are proud of their wine cellars, she much prefers her fleece basement. She was co-owner of Shuttles Spindles & Skeins until it closed in 2020. Besides teaching spinning at Shuttles, she also teaches at the Estes Park Wool Market, Harrisville Designs, John C.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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