2010 Scheduled Demonstrations (changes and substitutions could be made at any time)

Fiber College is all about learning.  The planning committee spends months soliciting instructors with special talents, invites only vendors who are selling supplies and equipment that will fuel your fires (this is definitely not a craft fair), hosts an evening of show and tell on Saturday night and has scheduled demonstrations on a wide range of fiber related topics throughout the weekend.

Yes, the classes are inexpensive but the founding principle of the College and the intent of all the volunteers is to build community and awareness of the vast world of Fiber Arts…both traditional and innovative.  We’re happy if you sign up for a class, but we’re truly satisfied when you sign up for several and just hang out in the Campground for the entire weekend soaking up the atmosphere and making friends during the social events.  If you just want to hang out for the day without taking classes, a $5 fee covers your entrance, beach walks and garden meanders.

Friday- Time Demonstration Presenter
11:00-11:45 Embellish Your Handwork Hatie Clingerman of DownEast Fiber Farm
12:00-12:45 What to do with Die Cut Wool Trish Harriman of Attic Heirlooms
1:00- 1:45 Integrating Photography with your Quilts Mary Ellen Kranz
2:00-2:45 Creating a center pull ball on a nostepinne & Introduction to Drop Spinning Laurie Sims and Heather Kinne of Highland Handmades
3:00-3:45 Artist’s Trading Cards and Altered Books, an overview Patricia Young
4:00-4:45 Wood Turning on a Lathe Gary Kitchen
After Potluck Potluck Fiber Swap Trade, Barter and Share stash that needs a new home
9:00-9:45 What Loom to Choose Alice Seeger
10:00-10:45 Knitter’s Clinic Jackie Fee, author of the Sweater Workshop
11:00-11:45 Creating tools and instruments with wood, rock and fiber Mark Aubertin
12:00-12:45 Kneedling Laurie Sims
1:00-1:45 Tending A Spinner’s Flock Diane Hoppe
2:00-2:45 A wisp on an idea…a full size sculptural representation Nan Fickett
3:00-3:45 Japanese Embroidery~ a special invitation Patricia Goulette
4:00-4:45 Multiple Quilting Techniques Donna Carey, NH Artists Association
5:30-9:00 PM Off to the First Congregational Church in Searsport Reception, show and tell, dinner and slide show by Artist in Residence Alice Seeger
10:00-10:45 Wood Turning on a Lathe and Wood Carving Gary Kitchen & Tom Cote
11:00-11:45 Angora Bunny Love Anna Barber, Barber’s Bunnies
12:00-12:45 Painting with Shaving Cream Patricia Young
1:00-1:45 Introduction to the Spinning Wheel Deb Bergman, Purple Fleece
2:00-2:45 An Alpaca in Your Life Misty Acres Alpaca Farm
3:30 Dessert Reception and Farewell ‘til 2011 In the Campground Recreation Hall

One thought on “2010 Scheduled Demonstrations (changes and substitutions could be made at any time)

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