July 18-19, 2020. Whitehall, MT. To learn more about the festival and to sign up for classes, visit the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1405060639801056/ or website https://www.ranchingtraditionfiber.com/copper-k-fiber-fest
Jansen Art Center
September 21, 2019
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Artist: Daryl Lancaster
LEFTOVERS AGAIN? WHAT TO DO WITH LEFTOVER HANDWOVEN FABRIC
Explore and experience creative ways to use every precious bit of hand-woven scrap. Some techniques require sewing, some a hot glue gun. Some ideas become great garments, some can be sent through the mail! Learn how to use some of the fusibles and stabilizers available, and learn to look at everything from old work, to the smallest scrap as an exciting new raw material.
ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME
Daryl Lancaster, a hand-weaver and fiber artist known for her hand-woven, pieced garments, has been sewing for more than 40 years. She gives lectures and workshops to guilds, conferences, and craft centers all over the United States. The former Features Editor for Handwoven Magazine, she frequently contributes to various weaving publications.
Admission by donation.
May 15th, 16th and 17th, 2020
Enjoy three days of weaving, spinning, felting — and fun! Three-day workshops are taught by enthusiastic fiber teachers—with plenty of free time for hiking, talking, and enjoying the spring!
Fiber in the Forest is held at Camp Myrtlewood, a scenic rustic retreat located in the Coast Range off Highway 42, 40 miles west of I-5.
For more info: http://www.eugenetextilecenter.com/fiber-in-the-forest
Located in Madeira Park on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia
For more information: https://www.fibreworksgallery.com/upcoming-workshops/
• October 5 & 6 – One of a Kind Plus – Beyond Basic Mono Printing with a Gel Plate – Jennifer Love
• November 2 & 3 – Elements – Catherine Nicholls
See a listing of lectures, classes and workshops here
September 13-15, 2019
To learn more and to sign up for classes, see https://www.facebook.com/NW-Kootenai-Valley-Fiber-Club-362021201051462/
September 28 and 29, 2019
Clackamas County Event Center, Canby, Oregon
Mission statement: To exhibit and demonstrate the full spectrum of natural fibers (plant and animal) from beginning to end, from the animal or raw fiber to the finished product.
A great line up of fiber arts classes
Create a Felted Prayer Flag with Connie Lobo & Carol Dudley
Monoprinting Dye on Fabric with Ann Johnston
Foraging for Color: A Mushroom Dye workshop with Alissa Allen
Stay tuned for new class listings for 2020 including Intuitive Stitch Embroidery, Off-loom Weaving and Natural Dyeing
For more info, go to: https://ptschoolofthearts.org/
Located in a restored 1927 Squatter’s cabin, the Blue Cabin, which has been moved from the Cates Park area in North Vancouver to the Plaza of Nations Aquabus Stop in False Creek, is now open for tours every 15 min 11:30 AM – 5:30 PM.
Additionally, weavers will take turns living and working on the boat:
Sept 15 – Oct 31 Vicki Couzens
Nov 15 – Jan 15 Angela George
Feb 15 – Mar 31 Janice George and Buddy Joseph
Apr 15 – May 31 Debra Sparrow
Skeins is meant to highlight the resurgence of weaving in indigenous cultures.