Mary Spencer has approximately four grocery bags of unwashed wool (some white some black) free to any one who wants it. Contact her at 727-8152. Leave message will get back to you. Spencme@charter.net
When: Saturday- May 24th, 2014, 9am - 3pm
Where: 2721 Fern Drive, Great Falls, MT
Contains: Weaving and Spinning equipment, supplies, and books, lots of Knitting books and yarn
We are having our next spin-in at the
Grand View - 3015 18th Ave S
May 3rd (Saturday ) from 2-4.
They are thrilled that we would come and share our art.
I'm hoping we will have lots of participation.
I am an alpaca farmer. We have a farm in Grand Junction, CO called Tumbleweed Alpacas. I have a lot of fiber - some skirted and some not.
Helen K. McKinley
The Montana Farmers Union Annual Conference is at the Heritage Inn, October 18-19.
Their emphasis this year is on Food and Fiber farming. In the trade show, there will be a "Local Fiber Producer's Booth" featuring local yarn, wool, rovings and other fiber products. The MFU has invited spinners and weavers to come and spin or demo. The MFU may have vendor spaces left for $100.00 for fiber artists seeking to sell products.
Gretchen Wilson is seeking staff for the local producer's booth. Bring your wheel! Hours of the trade show are Friday, 9-5. Saturday 9-4. Let's show some local fiber products and artists to this statewide convention's patrons! Contact Gretchen Wilson at 733-6311 for help in the co-op booth. Contact Sandy Courtnage, 406-452-6406, or Jan Johnson or Aeric Reilly at MFU Office for vendor details. 1-800-234-4071; 406-452-6406.
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