Please join me during the Wool and Fiber Arts (WAFA) ‘June 2020 Tour de Fleece’ LIVE Sale, running June 26th-the 28th, from 8am-11pm EST. Enjoy three days of fibery goodness, where you’ll find everything from raw fleeces to beautifully dyed yarn, and even a few handmade tools to help you use them.
I will have an array of fleeces and wools available
during my LIVE segment, Sunday, June 28th at 3-3:30pm EST
- 100% Shetland Fleece, washed and picked, available by the ounce
- 100% Shetland Wool, available by the pound or by the fleece
- Shetland/Border Leicester Cross, available by the pound or by the fleece
Sign up for the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2687081284914519/
View colors available here: https://www.raineycreekfiber.com/shop-fleece/
If you are not familiar with WAFA, its focus is to host LIVE Wool and Fiber Arts sales featuring homegrown and handmade fiber and fiber related items.
Stop by and say hello, I’ll be at Fiber Fusion Northwest in Monroe for two days!
Fiber Fusion Northwest is two days of fiber, education and fun! Whether you are new to the world of natural fibers or are an experienced fiber aficionado – Fiber Fusion has something for you!
There will be fabulous fleeces – alpaca, wool, mohair, llama and angora – at our fleece shows and sales, as well as free demonstrations throughout the weekend, a wide variety of classes, over 60 fiber-related vendors, a live fiber animal exhibit, a fiber arts show, a spin-in and much more!
Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, October 21, 2018 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Evergreen State Fairgrounds
in the Commercial Building and Display Hall
14405 179th Avenue SE, Monroe, WA 98272
Fiber Fusion Northwest is open to the public and free of charge. Parking is free, too!
Five farm families in Jefferson County are opening their barn gates so you can visit their animals and browse through their “farm fresh” fiber products. If you are a spinner or knitter, we encourage you to bring your projects and spend some time enjoying the atmosphere while doing what you love most. For everyone, there will be spinning and weaving demonstrations and lots of wonderful wool products for sale.
I’ll be at Amity Farm, so please do stop by to say hello, I’d love to meet you!
This tour is being offered in conjunction with the Washington State University Cooperative Extension Farm Tour that is featuring many agricultural farms in Jefferson County. Their tour is only open to the public on Sunday, September 14th while the Fiber Farm tour is available both Saturday and Sunday, September 13th and 14th.
Admission is free! You can find more information by clicking on any of the links below.
Olympic Peninsula Fiber Farm Tour
Farms on the Tour