Let Your Inner Cat Play During Fiber Frenzy Weekend at the Ozark Folk Center State Park
Mountain View, Arkansas – – Do your eyes light up at the sight of yarn? Do you love the feel of woven fabric? Do you like to make beautiful things with your own hands? Then you might just be a fiber artist!
Fiber Frenzy at the Ozark Folk Center State Park on August 9 and 10 is two days of spinning, sharing, dyeing, combing, sheep, goats, rabbits and lots of fun. Classes are offered in fiber arts such as Felted Sculpture; Off-loom Weaving; Blending Fibers and Colors with a Hackle; Angora rabbit workshop; Understanding Icelandic Fleece; Simply Shetland; Sari Silk Safari; Beginning Spinning; Natural Dyeing and much more. There will be areas set aside to visit with other fiber artists and share ideas and techniques. We’ll have a shopping area with fiber arts and equipment vendors. Shop for a whole fleece, your next loom, spinning wheel or lots of pretty fiber.
The registration fee of $40 covers your admission to the park for both days and your registration for any classes you want to take. Class fees and material costs are separate and payable directly to the instructors. Visit the web site at www.ozarkfolkcenter.com for a complete Fiber Frenzy Weekend Class list. You can sign up on the day of the class or call the park to pre-register.
The mission of Ozark Folk Center State Park is to perpetuate, present and promote the Ozark way of life in an educational and enjoyable manner; through craft demonstrations, musical programs, the Heritage Herb Gardens, workshops and other special events. The crafts of spinning and weaving and other fiber arts are part of the Ozark way of life. Call Jeanette Larson at 870-269-3851