Cranberry Creek Fibers

Fiber, Farm Raised
Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em
Traditional Handcrafts


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Cranberry Creek Fibers evolved from a love of fiber from Leicester Longwool sheep, which we were fortunate to shepherd for a few years. Our primary mission is to help conserve rare sheep breeds through education & use of their fibers. In collaboration with other shepherds, wool of Navajo Churro, Jacob, Karakul, & Leicester Longwool sheep are provided as available. These fibers may be offered as raw-fleece samples, roving, & hand-dyed or natural color yarns. Handmade baskets, handwoven cotton & cotlin tea towels inspired by 19th century textile designs, & felted wool dryer balls are all handcrafted by me here at our homestead in Monroe, North Carolina.

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Monroe, NC

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Proposals for 2022 Fiber Arts Seminars now being accepted

We are now accepting proposals for fiber arts seminars to be held in conjunction with the 49th Annual Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, which will take place in person on May 7 & 8, 2022 in West Friendship, Maryland. Many seminars will be held Wednesday-Friday of the week leading up to the festival; all seminars will be held in person. The Fiber Arts Seminar Committee invites instructors from every heritage, culture, belief system, and lifestyle to submit a proposal.

Submit your proposal(s) here.

The deadline to submit a proposal is July 15.…

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