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
Organized by Seattle-based Hungarian felt artist Flóra Carlile-Kovács.
During the 12-day Felt Tour in Hungary you can take classes from some outstanding felt masters while having a full cultural immersion. Internationally recognized instructors will be teaching project-based classes eg. Felted Jewelry, Prefelt Pillow Pad, 3D Home Decor and Bottle Holder with Nomad Design. Classes are very informative and well balanced with side trips, a folk festival, craft markets, and a special private trunk show and seasonal programs.
You can access the 2020 East Hungary Felt Tour itinerary here, with all the details.To see photos and read blog-posts and testimonials about previous tours, please visit my website.
If you have any questions about the tour, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 information: https://www.fibreworksgallery.com/upcoming-workshops/
See a listing of lectures, classes and workshops here
Master Weaver Level One
April 8th – 12th 2020
COST $1100 +gst
Registration closes March 15th 2020
Master Weaver Level Two
April 15th – 18th 2020
COST $1100 +gst
Registration closes March 22nd 2020
Master Spinner Level One
April 22nd – 26th 2020
COST $1200 +gst
Registration closes April 5th 2020
For more information visit www.fibreworksgallery.com
To register contact Alexis Bach email@example.com
Stay tuned for new class listings for 2020 including Intuitive Stitch Embroidery, Off-loom Weaving and Natural Dyeing
For 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.