Event Date: October 19, 2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Free

The Nevada County Fiber Artists will be back for this always-fun event.

This year there will be woven scarves, shawls, towels, rugs, knitted items, hand-spun yarn, hand-dyed yarn and wet-felted, nuno-felted and dyed clothing and hand made woodwork among other items.

Stop by between 10-12 to join in the fun and make your own mini felted soap to take home.

Live music by Buffalo Gals West, Japanese street food by Okkon and organic soft serve ice cream by Brown Cap.

Deanna Bratt:  Earth and Salt clothing line

Susan Bratt:  hand knitted fingerless mitts

Steve Danner:  Since 2011 Steve has been turning and painting or dyeing natural-edged bowls, salad bowls, and decorative boxes. He especially enjoys working with black walnut. Steve generally finds newly cut trees, salvages trunks and limbs, rough turns the bowl then slowly allows it to dry for 6 months, then turns the final bowl and finishes it. Each bowl takes 6-9 months to complete and is one of a kind.

Ingrid Knox will be selling handwoven towels, scarves, shawls and baby blankets.

Sierra Mohr:  “I do eco print dye techniques using various botanicals that allow the plants to release their natural dyes and transfer their prints directly onto the fabrics.  I use these fabrics to make home accessories and wearables such as table runners, scarves, clothing, and cashmere sweaters. Please stop by to see my collection of one of a kind items.”

Mardi Naythons: woven towels, scarves & shawls

Stephanie Ruff:  baby, dish cloths, hats some yarn