2022 Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival - Eventeny

2022 Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival

event Sep 23 5:00 pm - Sep 25 4:00 pm
(GMT-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
890 West Main Street, Berryville, Virginia 22611, United States
Hosted by Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival

Sep 23 5:00 pm - Sep 25 4:00 pm
(GMT-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
890 West Main Street, Berryville, Virginia 22611, United States

Friday night Crank-In 5PM-9PM Vendors open Saturday, 10AM-5PM and Sunday, 10AM-4PM Come celebrate the many facets of fiber the last full weekend of September. The festival is filled with opportunities and events focusing on all aspects of fiber and more! Classes on many different ways to use fiber will be offered. We will also have demonstrations, competitions, festival memorabilia, fleeces for sale, and more. Our vendors offer yarns, various raw and finished fibers, the animals they come from, buttons to spinning and weaving equipment, rugs and purses to hats and sweaters, jewelry, art, pottery, and many other lovely items! Please see the schedule of events for more detailed information!

Parking instructions
From west-bound Business Rt. 7 through Berryville, after the traffic circle, turn right before the Taekwondo/Dance Studio. Follow the dirt road to get to parking. you show your ticket as you walk in. From east-bound Business Rt. 7, drive toward downtown, and use the traffic circle so you can make a right turn like the directions above! It's safer! There is a big SVFF sign opposite from the entrance off Business Rt. 7. Thanks to our Clarke County Sherriff's Office for their traffic assistance!

COVID protocols
We will follow the current protocols required by the CDC, Commonwealth of Virginia, and Clarke County, as applicable. If you are sick, please don't come! Email svffchairman@gmail.com for a ticket refund...or gift it to a friend!

Instructor Highlight - M Theresa Brown
M Theresa Brown is a professional portrait artist, printmaker and fiber artist whose long career embraces many areas of the Arts. Her years of printmaking and color work led her to explore the fiber arts. Using many similar skills and accumulated knowledge, she has evolved as a hand painter and ecoprinter on natural fibers. She uses natural dyes and low impact synthetic dyes and merges them... + More
Instructor Highlight - Peggy Doerwaldt
Peggy grew up outside of San Francisco, CA and learned the art of knitting and crochet from her grandmother. She relocated to the East coast and now Peggy lives in NVA with her husband and children. She knits daily and works with other creative fiber avenues. After getting her Masters at Austin Peay in Tennesse, she taught in the classroom in the late 90s but family/work life balance took... + More
Instructor Highlight - Dixie Faries
Dixie Faries lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Efrain, two spoiled cats and four squawking birds. She has been as been knitting and crocheting for more than 50 years. The real turning point in her skills came about once she discovered knitting conferences, taking classes at every opportunity both in the U.S. and overseas. This broadened both her understanding of the craft and her... + More
Instructor Highlight - Melissa Weaver Dunning
Melissa Weaver Dunning is a hand-weaver, spinner and knitter with nearly 40 years of experience working on antique equipment to recreate 18th and 19th century home produced textiles. She began her textile study with Scottish master weaver Norman Kennedy in 1980, and carries on this rich tradition in her own teaching. Melissa is an avid tartan and linen weaver, a compulsive knitter and a lover... + More
Instructor Highlight - Kim Garver
Kim Garver, educator knitting techniques/restorer of vintage sock knitting machines – fifteen years dedicated to teaching others in the fiber community. Qualifications: Fostering skills to enrich lives and learning, through the fiber arts community, is a continuing and integral part of my business. I am an internationally known sock knitting instructor and have a long history of... + More
Instructor Highlight - Mary Gildersleeve
A native San Franciscan, Mary Gildersleeve began designing shortly after teaching herself to knit at the age of 8. Knitting and designing were her constant activities throughout undergrad (BA Journalism), grad school (MBA Marketing) and family life until, in 1997, she went “professional” and established By Hand, With Heart…traditional hand-knit designs with a modern twist. ... + More
Instructor Highlight - TJ King
TJ, aka the Peahen, is part of the dynamic spinning and spindle making duo The Spanish Peacock. She has been spinning for over 18 years and finds true joy inspiring and teaching others about the art of spinning with a supported spindle. When she's not spinning she's creating content for her blog, vlog, and podcast.
Instructor Highlight - Jen Parroccini
Jen is a knitwear designer, coach & teacher, and grading consultant. She believes every knitter deserves patterns that fit perfectly, reflect our identities, and never hit the closet floor. Jen's designs are size inclusive and focused on fine-finishing, so that you can create the bespoke, heirloom knits of your dreams.
Instructor Highlight - Dorothea Pierce
Dorothea Pierce has been knitting for over fifty years and spinning for over thirty. Her absolute favorite thing to do, EVER, is teach people how to spin and knit. She has taught 3 days spinning workshops, five-minute knitting tutorials, and everything in between. She owns a yarn store in Hardy Virginia (near Roanoke) and hosts the Skein Away Fiber Retreat at Smith Mountain Lake in the spring... + More
Instructor Highlight - Felicia White
My name is Felicia White I’m 35 and I’ve been crocheting for 25 years and knitting for 11 years. I’ve taught crochet classes before at the Romney Co-Op and I’ve taught a couple of my friends to knit.
Instructor Highlight - Q Wirtz
The Foldout Cat is a multi-creative fiber business, run by Liza Q. Wirtz (aka Q, aka the Chief Feline) with the frequent and welcome assistance of partners Fiber J and Maker J. All three of us are fiber polyartists and teachers (Q's an estate-planning attorney on the side, because she's multibrained like that ). We believe that everyone's an artist and that giving people access... + More


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2022 Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival

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2022 Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival Map
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event 5 events location_on Berryville, Virginia, United States
Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization for the purpose of providing an outlet for fiber artists/producers in the Shenandoah Valley region and an educational and promotional venue on various aspects of the fiber... + More