Author: Cloud Knitting
Part 8 – RI Wool & Fiber
More Why We Love Yarn
As part of my on-going fascination with yarn, I bring you these photos from the picturesque Coggeshall Farm setting. Thank you to all the Indie fiber growers, dyers and fellow enthusiasts – you all make our Yarn World the richer.
Part 7 – RI Wool & Fiber
Kids & Rabbits
This was a wonderful event for families & kids. Lots of new things to see and do, perhaps new Fiber Friends to meet & pet. A mellow atmosphere for learning. Continue reading
Part 6 – RI Wool & Fiber
David Westcott, giving a demo of his intricate weaving, is also an enthusiastic spinner and all around teacher extraordinaire! He is wonderful at explaining processes, and also at inspiring newcomers.
Part 5 – RI Wool & Fiber
Hampden Hills Alpacas
Owner Erica Dwyer was busy wowing the crowd with her little Havanese puppy! Show me a person who can resist a puppy?! Erica carries alpaca yarn, fiber, hand woven & hand knit designs. I failed in my duty to inquire as to her actual Alpaca flock, as I was overly engrossed with said pup. Next time!
Part 4 – R.I. Wool & Fiber
Part 3 – R I Wool & Fiber
Hand Crafted Yarns – Jan Marek Raczkowski
Part 2 – R.I. Wool & Fiber
Tidal Yarns – Patricia Fortinsky
R.I. Wool & Fiber Festival
The 6th Annual Wool & Fiber Festival was held at the Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol RI on Saturday May 19th. Bucolic setting, one horse & a long-horned cow grazing in their huge stone-walled field, postcard clouds, enough working breeze to keep the mosquitoes at bay, and FIBER in all its permutations! The next few posts will showcase some of the highlights I found.