Craft Traveling

craft traveling

The maiden voyage of the Craft Traveler Van! Christine has launched her trip to visit and photograph fiber/art/craft in interior Maine, starting in Franklin and Somerset Counties and moving on to Piscataquis. The old cargo van …

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A Tale of Two Weavers

During the Summer of 2018, Maine Fiberarts’ member and friend, Nina Ruit, entered an apprenticeship program organized by the Maine Crafts Association. Ruit is a spinner, knitter, seamstress, and sheep and goat shepherd. She had …

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About The Fiber Art Mini Tour

printed brochure

It’s a select group of sites including top artists’ studios, fiber farms, shops and galleries and a locally-owned restaurant and fiber-friendly inn. Plan your own mini tour and then keep the printed guide and map …

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You know you want one…

HansenCrafts photo

Meeting the HansenCrafts miniSpinner™ I always intended to learn to spin, especially with the fleece so handy during my 35 years raising sheep, but never took the time. Now that I’m retired part-time with no …

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Making it

Don’t be too jealous of this fiber artist! I visited her in her woodland weaving studio, just a few miles outside of Port Townsend, my new home town, to learn more about her work.Terry Reitz …

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Visiting a Washington Lavender Farm

What is this fascination with Lavender so many people have? I remember the soap from my high school days, what was it called…Yardley English Lavender. And it is still for sale, these days all over …

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