Fiber arts resources

Fiber arts resources

Fiber and fiber arts vendors and businesses in interior Alaska:

Calypso Farm is a non-profit, educational farm outside Fairbanks. They offer workshops, handspun wool and fiber kits, and grow their own fiber

Coyote Trail Farm and Fiber Mill offers full-service fiber processing

The Folk School Fairbanks offers year-round classes and programs for all ages in traditional crafts, including handweaving, handspinning and other fiber arts

White Fireweed Farm grows mohair and angora fiber and also sells fancy creations

14 Mile Farm sells handwoven items and handspun yarn

Bad Sheep Yarn in North Pole offers hand-painted yarns

64 Degrees North Fibers is an indie dyer’s business in Fairbanks

The Fairbanks Fiber Festival takes place annually in the fall. Check out their demo videos on YouTube

The Interior Knit and Crochet Community organizes classes, yarn swaps, and other events

The Fairbanks Arts Association frequently exhibits fiber artists in the Bear Gallery in Pioneer Park

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