Fiber Arts Showcase,
Jan 27th

Cobbling, spinning, knitting, crocheting weaving, felting and sewing exhibit the range of Fiber Arts practiced by Artisans’ Co-Op members. Each has her own palate of colors and textures. Locally grown wool and yarn for spinners and knitters, and many knitted, woven and sewn garments are all featured in the shop.

Demonstrations will include spinning, felting and weaving, and some items will be on sale at reduced prices. Meet our fiber artists  at a reception and enjoy food and beverages.
 
Sale 11am to 6pm.  Demonstrations 1pm to 3pm. Reception 4pm to 6pm.

Fiber Arts Showcase Coming in January 27th, 2018

Fiber Arts Showcase Coming in January 27th, 2018

Angel Fiorito-Leddy

Angel Fiorito-Leddy

Leathergoods

Angél has made leather footwear and clothing since 1977. The shoes and clothes I make, are American washable leathers. I love designing and have many sheepskin slipper styles which I make in sizes for adults and children. I also make several types of leather sandals that have orthopedic foams and arches, which rival the popular synthetic sandals so many people are wearing today.

Because of my training in custom shoes and working with folks who have special needs, I offer one on one design too. This includes designing a shoe for someone who is paralyzed to a shoe made from the persons foot cast, to custom leather clothing, and everything in between. There is a need for this type of custom work so I am always busy doing what I can for people who need custom leather work.”

Dina Powers knits the traditional way.

Dina Powers knits the traditional way.

Carol Culp - Felted Hats

Carol Culp - Felted Hats

Inspired

We have a large selection of clothing made from hand from scarves, sweaters, slippers, boots, jackets, and hats. Traditional methods, locally sourced fiber, natural dyes is celebrated at our gallery.

With the holidays approaching give a handmade gift locally made. Support our local artisans and give someone special a one-of-a-kind piece of clothing.

A great gift for a knitter is wool from our local shepherds. We have raw fleeces, wool processed intoroving or sliver, and hand spun yarns.