Family Activities

Jump To:

FA01 God’s Eye with Barbara Volk

The God's eye is a magical object, cultural and spiritual symbol for the Huichol and Tepehuan Indian ...

FA02 Twining with Barbara Volk

Twining is a simple finger weaving technique using a warp and weft where the weft threads are twiste ...

FA03 Lucet Braiding with Barbara Volk

The lucet is a tool used to create a braided cord from a single strand and can make braids which are ...

FA04 Exploring Simple Spinning with Kellie Nuss

You don’t need a wheel to spin! All over the world, in different places and at different times, pr ...

FA05 Exploring Simple Spinning with Kellie Nuss

You don’t need a wheel to spin! All over the world, in different places and at different times, pr ...

FA06 Quick to Crochet with Kellie Nuss

This class will explore the basics of crocheting as you begin a begin a practice piece that can beco ...

FA07 Quick to Knit with Kellie Nuss

Start a lifetime of fun by learning the basics of knitting as you start a bookmark or belt. All supp ...

FA08 Needle Felting with Renata Maile-Moskowitz

At the festival, we are surrounded by real livestock, so please join us to needle an animal mouthpie ...

FA09 Needle Felting with Renata Maile-Moskowitz

At the festival, we are surrounded by real livestock, so please join us to needle an animal mouthpie ...

FA10 Woven Bookmark with Barbara Volk

Learn the traditional art of weaving on a small scale by creating a bookmark on a simple loom. Ag ...

FA11 Hand Carding with Rhiannon Huscha

Learn several methods to hand card wool, using hand cards, a drum carder and a blending board. Learn ...

FA12 Soap Felting with Rhiannon Huscha

Want to start felting? Learn to felt wool with this felting project to make felted soaps. What is a ...

2022 Catalog Cover Artist

Susan Due Pearcy has lived in the Agricultural Reserve in Barnesville, Maryland for 27 years and enjoys having sheep grazing next door and fibre artist friends nearby. She is continually inspired in her art and life by the natural beauty of her surroundings and works plein air in oil and pastel and creates her printmaking in Sugarloaf Studio behind her home...

Schedule of Events

Search schedule by:

Event Type

Day

Don't forget - The deadline to submit teaching proposals for the 2023 Festival is July 15.The Fiber Arts Seminar Committee invites instructors from every heritage, culture, belief system, and lifestyle to submit a teaching proposal. If you are interested in offering a seminar, class, or lecture at the 2023 Festival, please use the Online Proposal Form at sheepandwool.wufoo.com/forms/request-for-proposals-2023-fiber-arts-seminars/.#MDsheepwoolfest #mdsheepandwool #mdsheepandwoolfestival #mdsw2023 #fiberartseminars ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Reminder - The deadline to submit teaching proposals for the 2023 Festival is July 15.The Fiber Arts Seminar Committee invites instructors from every heritage, culture, belief system, and lifestyle to submit a teaching proposal. If you are interested in offering a seminar, class, or lecture at the 2023 Festival, please use the Online Proposal Form at sheepandwool.wufoo.com/forms/request-for-proposals-2023-fiber-arts-seminars/.#MDsheepwoolfest #mdsheepandwool #mdsheepandwoolfestival #mdsw2023 #fiberartseminars ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
It's only been a little over a month since the 2022 festival, but we are already making plans for our 50th anniversary festival in 2023. If you are interested in applying for a vendor booth at the 2023 festival, we are now accepting new vendor applications online at sheepandwool.wufoo.com/forms/2023-application-for-booth-space-new-vendor/. The deadline for applications is October 1. Photo Credit @philgrout #MDsheepwoolfest #mdsheepandwool #mdsheepandwoolfestival #50th #mdsw2023 ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpFtt0J2tmsmUmt3Jzr5t3uz6wg3H4DV_