Hi everyone! I have been searching for a resource that lists all of the Fiber Festivals in the United States and just when I thought I had a lot of work to do to create a list myself…I found this website and it’s updated for 2017!
Here is where you can find a list of fiber festivals broken down by region and date. They also have links to the festival websites (awesome!!!): http://fiddleheadfibers.com/fiber-festivals-list/
Here is where you can search for fiber festivals near you (someone pinch me): http://fiddleheadfibers.com/fiber-festivals-map/
Thank you for all the hard work, Fiddlehead Fibers!
P.S. If a spinner is reading this post, would you PLEASE read this post and let me know if you can help me find out what kind of spinning wheel this is / approximate years built/used? Or pass it along to anyone who may be able to help. Thank you!
Took a picture of this guy or gal a couple years ago at a fiber festival 🙂
Hi everyone! I just finished the “Lazy River Scarf” by ShellyMN off of Ravelry. If you don’t know about Ravelry…well, let me just tell you…they have probably any pattern under the sun for anything you want to create. It’s a site for both knitting and crochet and they have both free and paid patterns. You can search by yarn type, project type, difficulty level, color, etc., etc., etc. to find what you are looking for. If you want to find the pattern to the scarf in this blog, just head over to Ravelry and type in “Lazy River Scarf” in the search bar and it’s the one by ShellyMN.
I used Manos Wool Clasica yarn in the color “Mulled Wine.” I bought the yarn at Weaving Alabama, which is in downtown Northport, AL. Be sure to check them out if you’re in the area!
Isn’t it such gorgeous yarn??? I actually had to admire it for a while before deciding on a project!
I decided to knit a scarf based on the yardage and type of yarn I had. After some searching on Ravelry, I found the Lazy River Scarf and chose that as what the yarn would become. I love it!
The pattern was easy to knit and easy to remember. Here is me working on it on a train from Prague to Budapest (more about overseas adventures later):
Have a great day, everyone!
At a local arts & crafts festival today, I found an AWESOME booth. Clement Clayworks out of Springfield, MO. The owner had so many beautiful items.
Well, you know I just had to scoop up a yarn bowl. I love it!
It also has two holes on the side you can put your needles in when you’ve put your project down.
I’ve already put it to use!
On the bottom, it says “Clement / Enjoy Life!”
Like I said, the owner had absolutely beautiful items. I couldn’t pass up a bread bowl. He even added several free bread recipe cards to the purchase!
Can’t wait to use it!
Just want to share a really neat feature on Ravelry. If you are going on a road-trip, you can put in your starting point and destination and Ravelry will show you all of the yarn shops on your route! You may want to start your trip a day or so earlier than planned, heehee.
Here is the link: http://www.ravelry.com/roadtrip
In case that doesn’t work for some reason, here is how to get to it:
Go to www.ravelry.com. Once signed in, click on the “yarns” tab at the top of the page. Scroll down just a bit and on the left-hand side of the page you’ll see “going on a trip? visit shops on the way” and click on “road trip planner.” Enter your information and voila! Your trip just got much more exciting!