Fibre Arts Festival & Sale

Fibre Arts Festival & Sale 2019

Contact Email: fafsvendors2019@gmail.com

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Our 9th annual Fibre Arts Festival & Sale will take place at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre, (located by Fleming College) 775 Brealey Drive, Peterborough, Ontario, on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  The entry fee is $5.00, children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult.

 

 

2019 List of Vendors


1.       3 Dog knits
2.       A River of Yarn
3.       Adele’s Locks of Love
4.       All Dyed Up
5.       All Sew Allison
6.       Artisan Centre
7.       Artisanthropy
8.       BWA Woodturning
9.       Chip & Sparrow
10.   Christianna Ferguson
11.   Earth & Vines
12.   Embroiderer’s Guild
13.   Evelyn Haskell
14.   Fabric Art
15.   Gobsmacked Yarn
16.   Haliburton School
17.   Happenstance Books & Yarn
18.   Hooked on the lake
19.   Hopeful Shetlands
20.   Horseless Carriage Museum
21.   In My Yarn Garden
22.   Kimat Designs
23.   Lake Knit Yarns
24.   Lanes End Farm
25.   Lang Pioneer Village
26.   Les Belles Bouclettes
27.   Loomlust
28.   Mostly Mohair
29.   One of a Kind
30.   Peterborough Yarn Shop
31.   Raven Art Muskoka
32.   Santosha
33.   Shepherd’s Hill Farm
34.   Stitches Plus
35.   Terra Organica
36.   The Alpaca Shop
37.   The Black Lamb
38.   The Living Canvas
39.   The Olive Sparrow
40.   Twin Pines Alpacas
41.   Wild Violet Designs

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CHRISTINE BARKER


 

Born in Great Britain, Chris Barker has enjoyed working with fibre from an early age, whether embroidery, cross stitch, macrame, weaving, sewing, or knitting. She has also experimented with making batik fabric for sewing projects and hand dying wool for knitting.

Chris has been making fabric art since 2004, starting with quilted landscape wall hangings.

Mostly self-taught she enjoys experimenting with different fabrics, yarns and techniques to make an original art piece. Nature and landscape scenes lend themselves well to collage, but she has also done houses, gardens and figures.

Most of her work is framed fabric collages behind glass. In some pieces she uses special wooden frames without glass to accentuate the texture and beading.

She uses mostly cotton batiks but has used silks, yarns, lace and netting to great effect.  Besides fabric collages, she has done numerous children’s play quilts, kits, and cards.  She sells her work each year at the Fibre Arts Festival (March) in Peterborough and at the Canoe Museum.


CHIP AND SPARROW


Christina Weeks – Chip and Sparrow

My handmade weaving looms are made by me in Guelph Ontario with locally sourced wood and finished in local beeswax. Made to be easy for a new weaver to use, they are not only functional and affordable, but the most beautiful looms we’ve seen on the market. They can be hung on the wall mid-project and still look great (perfect for those short on space). We also make small, pocket sized looms that can be worked up anywhere. We sell at One of a Kind Toronto, the Textile Museum of Canada, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Woodstock Fleece and Fibre Festival, Kawartha Yarn and Fibre Festival, among many others. I would be selling our Minilooms, our bracelet weavers, our lap looms, and our tapestry looms.

http://www.chipandsparrow.com/


THE BLACK LAMB


Join THE BLACK LAMB at Peterborough Annual Fibre Arts Festival.

We will have a wide selection of custom roving both superwash and feltable for spinning and wet felting, plus an array of other fibres for your enjoyment.

Pre needle felted batts for needle felters, and custom scarf batts.

NEW this year we will have beginner dye kits, and needle felting kits.

Our collection of knitting, spinning, and felting supplies are a reflection of our passion for these ageless craft.

We invite you to visit our booth, linger, touch the fibres, and be inspired to create your next project.


The Olive Sparrow

The Olive Sparrow focuses on hard-to-find wet-felting and needle felting goods, as well as natural crafting items.

Most of these are exclusively available at the Olive Sparrow – 18, 21, 24 micron merino roving and batt, Swiss mountain sheep wool, WizPick felting needles, industrial felting needles, felting surfaces, 100% wool felt, extra-long locks (i.e. Teeswater from England). 100% wool felt in over 75 colours. Ball-brausers, felting-needle holders.

Beautiful sets of small amounts of colours as well as $5 (taxes included) bags of the different wool qualities will be available at the festival. There will also be wooden peg-figures for crafting with your children – as well as other Waldorf-inspired materials – Swiss doll skin, and super-clean stuffing roving and batt.


THE LIVING CANVAS

 

Laura Mayo Artist Statement

Born and raised in the Ottawa Valley, Laura has always been surrounded by nature and takes inspiration from it to produce her art.

With over twenty years of experience as a self taught artist, Laura has mastered the art of Sun Dyeing, which involves taking the leaves, flowers and seeds from plants and using them to create permanent images on silk scarves.

Working extensively with other fabric dyes, Laura has also created a line of Ice and Spray Dyed scarves in a fusion of colours to add to her line.

Hand made, perfectly matched scarf jewelry is also available to be purchased along with the scarves.


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