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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Ewe-per Fiber Fair 2015

It is hard to believe that we are having our fifth annual Ewe-per Fiber Fair, but the adage that time flies when you are having fun is apparently true!

Please join us on Saturday July 11th from 10-3 at the Three Lakes Academy on Main Street Curtis in Michigan's beautiful eastern Upper Peninsula!  We are a small fiber fair with a big heart, and the lovely town of Curtis is hopping with activity this time of year.

Local vendors will be selling handspun yarn, woven rugs, handwoven bags and purses, knit items, wool roving, exotic luxury fiber for spinning and felting and other knitting, felting, spinning and weaving supplies.  Artisans and vendors will be on site offering free demonstrations and learning events.  In addition, at 11:00 and 1:00 there will be a Children's project- Wet felting a bar of soap.

Lodging and meals are available in the town of Curtis and surrounding area and there is a playground on site for the kids.

Confirmed Vendors to Date:

Windy Acres Fiber Mill- Wolverine, Michigan
     Offering alpaca yarn, roving, felt, batts and raw suri and huacaya alpaca fiber

Sheltered Shetlands- Bark River, Michigan
     Coated and skirted raw Shetland fleeces, Shetland Roving and 100% Shetland yarn

Homestead Acres- Ionia, Michigan
     Alpaca socks and fleece, fiber related books (she has the best kids selection EVER!)

Ye Olde Rug Weaver- Rapid River, Michigan
     Handwoven rugs, placemats and runners.  Crocheted items for the home. 

Fiber Whims- Houghton, Michigan
     Handwoven scarves and other items; knitting, weaving and spinning supplies; some roving and  yarns at a reduced prices.  Also offering books and felted items.

Studio A- Curtis, Michigan
     Handwoven ethnic bags, sashes, rugs, pillows and costumes.

Spinner's End Farm- Curtis, Michigan
     Homegrown alpaca roving, alpaca yarn spun from our animals, handspun yarn, Shetland roving, hand dyed roving and silk hankies, an assortment of exotic luxury fibers, bamboo knitting needles, Kookaburra wool wash, and  Shepherd's Wool yarn. 

Cedar Lake Farm- Gulliver, Michigan
     Alpaca roving, Jacquard dyes, handspun alpaca yarn, raw suri and huacaya alpaca fiber and llama fiber.

Jan Fergin- Engadine, Michigan
     Hackles for fiber blending

Jane Forslund- Gould City, Michigan
     Triangle looms, scarf looms, hand woven bags, shawls and shawl pins.

Jim Engle- McMillan, Michigan
     Hand turned wooden yarn bowls.