It was a convoluted trip from Long Island, to Pennsylvania, to Washington, DC, to Buffalo, NY to Kingston, NY to Colorado and finally ending on a 131 acre farm in Dutchess County, NY. The Hereford cattle were gradually replaced by Dorset sheep and the Dorsets replaced by Shetlands and Icelandics.
Fiber reigned. Knitting and crocheting were learned at my mother's knee. Now there was spinning, weaving, felting, dyeing and rug hooking.
We carry roving and yarn for all your fiber needs, our own Icelandic and Shetland and brands such as Berocco, Mountain Colors, Rowan, Bergere de France, Bartlett, Universal Yarns, Tahki Stacy Charles, Pura Bella, The Fiber Co., Cestari. The yarns include 100% wool, Superwash wool, wool/alpaca blends, wool/mohair blends, silk, merino wool/silk blends, mohair and mohair/silk blends, cotton and flax. You will find all your knitting and crocheting and rug hooking supplies as well.
Classes are a movable feast. We can teach you to knit, from simple knit and purl to more complicated stitches and patterns, to lace knitting. Left-handed? We can teach you, too!. Try Crochet, including Tunisian crochet, wet and dry felting, spinning, rug hooking and dye pot dyeing.
Call 845-758-3130 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a day and time. We're flexible. $25.00 / hour
We rent the felting table or sinks for $25.00 an hour. We will also rent the workspace and stove top for dyeing for $25.00 an hour.
Need space for a workshop, call us, we will work out the details.
Sunday January 26th Noon-4pm
Monthly Spin In/Social Gathering
Not just for spinners! All fiber folk are invited to share their craft and do a little show & tell!
Potluck snack table always set up
for the goodies!