Please join us for the

2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl

Friday, May 17 - Sunday, May 19

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

www.NMFiberCrawl.org

 


Join in the three-day 2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl, Friday, May 17 through Sunday, May 19 to celebrate New Mexico’s rich fiber arts heritage and the people who make wonderful fiber creations. The New Mexico Fiber Crawl is an opportunity to explore fiber studios and farms, experience fiber demonstrations, attend special gallery and museum events, win prizes, and visit fiber arts shops throughout northern New Mexico.

As a part of the Crawl, Santa Fe’s renowned fiber arts guild, Las Tejedoras, presents an exhibition and sale of some of the finest hand-woven, hand-spun, hand-knitted and embroidered gifts, as well as demonstrations of weaving, card weaving, spinning, concha embroidery, and knitting at Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta (next to the Scottish Rite Temple). Our second site, Que Sera Alpaca Farm, 66 Jacinto Road, offers opportunities to interact with the alpacas, unique hand-made yarns and gifts, as well as demonstrations of spinning and dyeing.

From scarves and shawls to hats, gloves and yarn, enjoy browsing exquisite gifts made from alpaca, wool, rayon chenille, linen, cotton and silk.

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Free Admission

Handicapped/ADA Accessible

Restrooms Available

Parking Available


Demonstrations

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Members of Las Tejedoras Fiber Arts Guild will demonstrate weaving and spinning throughout the NM Fiber Crawl weekend. Please join them and consider embarking on a new creative journey!

Montezuma Lodge demonstrations will include loom weaving, card weaving, colcha embroidery, knitting. and spinning.

Que Sera Alpaca Farm demonstrations will include spinning, weaving, eco printing, ice dyeing, and needle felting.


Participating Artists

Throughout the weekend, fiber artists will be selling their supplies and creations at both Montezuma Lodge and Que Sera Alpaca Farm.

MONTEZUMA LODGE ARTISTS

Gasali Adeyemo - Indigo-Dyed textiles created using traditional Yoruba techniques (batik & shibori)

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Liane Brown - Buffalo and wolf yarn


Ellen Higgins - Handspun and hand dyed yarns, and handknit clothing

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Kathy Konecki - Hand knits


Las Tejedoras Members Shared Booth - Sue Lee Bechtold, Melinda Bell, Connie Enzmann-Forneris, Pam Grob, Shari Hirst, Barbara Knupper, Leah Seigel, Inger Seitz, and Sandy Voss


Kay Lewis - Shawls with colcha embroidery, and wearable knits

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Karen Montgomery - Handwoven clothing

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Amanda Speer - Handwoven shawls, scarves, clothing, and bead-loomed jewelry


Deborah Suess - Handwoven scarves, shawls, placemats and runners


QUE SERA ALPACA FARM ARTISTS

Connie Enzmann-Forneris - Selling and demonstrating eco printing on clothing and wall hangings

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Cathy Greco - Hand dyed and hand spun yarns, and woven hand bags

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Anne Stallcup - Alpaca yarns, hand-made goods, and fleece

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Madeline Stark - Hand made wearable art

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Rene Zender - Woven rugs and home goods