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New in September

In September we are showcasing Natual dyeing! We have some roving and yarns that are hand dyed with natural dyestuffs: Cochineal, Annatto seeds, Logwood, and Indigo, just to name a few. We are offering a "Natural dyeing class", Saturday Sept 8th, 11-3pm. Limit 4.  Cost is $35 (materials included).  Participants will be provided a yarn skein (already with mordant), and will have a choice of dye pots to experiment with. Class given by Cheryl Wisell. Call the shop at 802-326-2092 to sign up or when you are at the shop we can add you to the list.



2018 Festival & Events

SPA Knit & Spin, February 23-25; Freeport ME

New Hampshire Sheep & Wool Festival, May 12-13; Deerfield Fairgrounds NH

Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival, September 22-23; Washington County Fairgrounds, Greenwich NY

Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival, September 29-30; Tunbridge VT

Stowe Foliage Arts Festival, October 5-7; Stowe VT

Hooked in the Mountains, October 17-21; Essex Jct VT

Fiber Festival of New England, November 3-4; West Springfield MA

Mountain Fiber Folk Open House, November 23-25; Montgomery Ctr VT

2018 Class Offerings! click here for schedule and details of monthly classes.

The MOUNTAIN FIBER FOLK COOPERATIVE is all about PRODUCTS MADE IN VERMONT!
We have a new locally grown lace-weight alpaca/cormo wool blend yarn to knit up that lace shawl you've always wanted. Our members have really gone out for color this year! Pastel pink, brilliant blues and the best reds. All of the rainbow colors can be found. Our handspun yarn is second to none, truly "candy" for the discriminating knitter/weaver.

Our friendly members staff the shop five days a week and are always delighted to provide inspiration and guidance or simply "celebrate" with you your newest fiber arts project.

Whatever fiber hopes and dreams you entertain, we invite you to stop in, consider the possibilities and gather up some truly awesome materials. We encourage you to live in the moment, whether you are starting a large project or a small one. Take some time to enjoy the creative process! It's good for you!