Do you want to learn to make beer, sausage or cheese? Have you thought about raising chickens? Are you looking for interesting yarns, fiber or roving? What are you going to do with all that fiber?
Sounds like you need to be at the Mother Earth News Fair. Check out the cool flier. You can purchase your tickets here. Once you get there, use this map to find us at Booth 361.
We have been busy making new product specifically for this show. Here's a gimps at a pair of our Vegan Friendly socks. If you want to see more, you will have to come to Booth 361.
Toia has an intense interest in Indigenous Weave Structures. She received the title Master Ashante Kente Weaver from Adamwomase, Ghana, West Africa in 2009. At that time, she was the only female, American weaver to achieve the title. She learned to weave Taanko from a Maori tribe of New Zealand. It is her goal to help preserve the indigenous structures through video and woven cloth.