Please join us for the
2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl
Friday, May 17 - Sunday, May 19
Below you will find 2018 New Mexico Fiber Crawl information. 2019 details will be added as they become available.
Las Tejedoras Sites
Montezuma Lodge No. 1
431 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM
The location is the main ballroom of the Montezuma Lodge No.1 just off the Plaza in Santa Fe and to the west and slightly behind the Scottish Rite Temple. There are about 30 parking spaces. The building and facilities are handicap accessible. Look for the large wooden signs with the Fiber Crawl logo in front of the building and along Paseo de Peralta.
Que Sera Alpacas
66 Jacinto Rd, Santa Fe, NM
The site is located just south of Eldorado at Santa Fe about 3 miles south of I-25 on Hwy 285. There are about 20 parking spaces, plus an overflow area within easy walking distance. All structures are accessible to most visitors with mobility issues.
Friday, May 18 - Sunday, May 20
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
New Mexico Fiber Crawl Passports
Pick up your New Mexico Fiber Crawl Passport at any of the participating sites or click the image to the right to download your passport beginning May 1, 2018. Start your Crawl at any site with your Passport in hand and enjoy!
Members of Las Tejedoras Fiber Arts Guild will demonstrate a variety of Fiber Arts disciplines including weaving, spinning, knitting, needle felting, crocheting, beadwork, embroidery, and Japanese Kumihimo braiding throughout the NM Fiber Crawl weekend. Please join them and consider embarking on a new creative journey!
Throughout the weekend, more than 20 Fiber Arts vendors will be selling their supplies and creations at both Montezuma Lodge No. 1 and Que Sera Alpacas during the 2018 New Mexico Fiber Crawl.
Kathy Konecki created this beautiful knit shawlette.
Don't miss the raffles! Tickets are available throughout the weekend at Montezuma Lodge No. 1 and Que Sera Alpacas. Tickets cost $1/ticket or $5/6 tickets.
2018 Montezuma Lodge site Raffle Prize:
This beautiful shawl was hand knit by Kathy Konecki from one skein of luxurious yak and silk yarn created by Santa Fe-based Crave Yarns.
2018 Que Sera Alpacas site Raffle Prize:
Krista Suh Book Signing
Sunday, May 20
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Montezuma Lodge No. 1
Krista Suh is the founder of the Pussyhat Project, a social movement focused on raising awareness about women's issues. She has written a motivational book about her experience of being an activist for this movement.
Why did the fish wear a hat? During the NM Fiber Crawl, sculptures at various outdoor locations throughout Santa Fe will be fiber bombed with colorful, whimsical hats, scarves, and other amusing creations. If you see one, take a photo and share with your fiber friends!
Pam Grob fiber bombed "Willamena" the piggy at Sorrel Sky Gallery during the 2017 NM Fiber Crawl.
Kathy Konecki and Janet Reffert with their fiber bombed fish at the Convention Center.