Spring on down to the studio on Saturday, April 2! We want to invite you to the 2022 Spring Fibershed Market from 10am-4pm in our community fiber space at 408 Depot Street. This year we have another great group of fiber artists and farmers excited to sell their goods.
Participating artists & farmers:
Amanda Gross: Handwoven pillows, scarves, table runners, rugs, greeting cards.
Ann & Trish Hord-Heatherley: Roving, yarn, locks, raw fleeces.
Betty Hilton-Nash: Hand dyed bamboo socks, silk & bamboo scarves, small handwoven tapestries and bracelets.
Chad Alice Hagen: Miniature book necklaces, handmade sketchbooks and clamp resist dyed wool and felt.
Cierra Bateman: Naturally dyed and hand-quilted items, wall hangings, and smaller items.
Donna Trunk: Handfelted scarves, hats, bags. Woven pillows. Solar dyed silk scarves. Hand-felted soaps. Knitted items. Alpaca fiber.
Eileen Searcy: Felt and wax decorative items, coasters, treasure boxes, hanging cones, small art quilts.
Elke Amenda-Spirakis: Roving, Combed Top, batts, hand spun and mill spun yarn natural color and dyed. Also some felted items, small kits and handmade soap.
Jaana Mattson: Needle felted wool landscapes, books, felting kits.
Joyce Tromba: Naturally dyed and eco printed garments, scarves, sock blanks, books.
Kacey Zucchino: Fiber bowls (both cloth and felt, aprons, placemats, bags, small collages.
Starr Cash: Alpaca fiber, batts, roving, yarn. Hand woven scarves & rugs.
Trish Golay: hats, scarves, and accessories
Local Cloth is currently following the CDC guidelines in Buncombe County.