Saturday 10 AM-5 PM + Sunday 10 AM-4 PM
$7 per person, 12 and under free
The Finger Lakes Fiber Festival educates the public about fiber and its sources, promotes small farms, supports fiber artists and fiber-related businesses, and provides a venue for the public to interact with the fiber arts world.
By sharing skills and knowledge with the public through demonstrations and workshops, the Finger Lakes Fiber Festival is sowing the seeds for future generations of fiber artists and craftspeople.
Our festival features great vendors, with everything you need for fiber arts: raw fleece, roving, spinning supplies, needle felting supplies, dyes, yarns, items needed to knit, crochet, weave—and things you won’t know you need until you see them—not to mention unique, one-of-a-kind, handmade finished items!
Our festival is organized entirely by volunteers and the festival could not happen without the many people who generously give of their time each year. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Vicki Beighley. Volunteering entitles you to free admission for the day you volunteer (plus the opportunity to hang out with other fiber-loving people)!
2015 Featured Guest Instructor: Jacey Boggs
Jacey Boggs is editor in chief of PLY magzine. She is known for her entertaining and instructive DVD~ Sit and Spin, for her beautiful and thorough book Spin Art:Mastering the Craft of Spinning Textured Yarns, for her monthly workshops around the world and for spinning textured yarns with a technical hand. Jacey has been a consultant, editor and writer for Spin Off magazine, is on the editorial board of Handwoven magazine and wrote a regular column ( Ask Jacey) for the New Zealand fiber magazine, entangled. She blogs at www.insubordiknit.com, loves her 6 children, knits like a maniac, loves chickens with a consuming passion, and eats way too many avocados.
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