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[…] FiberCamp Boston 2013, Cambridge, MA. Jan 12th and 13th, intro workshop and other awesomeness. […]
[…] FiberCamp Boston 2013 is a community-created conference for fabric and fiber craft enthusiasts spearheaded and organized by the Common Cod Fiber Guild. FiberCamp sprouts from the idea that everyone has something to share and teach. Share your passion, learn from your peers, and connect with your community at this weekend event. […]
[…] the waning fireworks are from the Common Cod Fiber Guild’s Ignite Craft and FiberCamp… three days of creative energy, company and the opportunity to share with others. On Friday […]
[…] the weekend, the Guild hosts two days of FiberCamp! For those who haven’t attended before, FiberCamp is a casual, comfortable, low-key, […]
[…] Fiber Camp is a perfectly timed wooly fix organized by The Common Cod Fiber Guild in Cambridge, planted on the New England Yarn Calendar right between (what is widely known as) SPA in February, and the first of the Spring Sheep-centric follies (like Denmark Sheepfest and The Gore Place Sheep Shearing). It’s a rollicking information trading event, based entirely on what people want to learn and want to teach. And to start if off this year, they’ve invited me to share my interest in Cowichan Sweaters. On Friday night, I’ll have a slide show lecture about the ancient and enduring Coast Salish wool traditions, the forces the Cowichan knitters endured in the 20th century, and finish with a show-and-tell of a few prizes from my small Cowichan collection. […]
[…] back down to reality after the Common Cod Fiber Guild FiberCamp, it occurs to me that I virtually experienced knitwear traditions from around North America and […]
[…] Last weekend I drove down to Cambridge a few times to do a lot of talking about the things that keep me up at night. And people willingly listened, which is the best part. It seems I am not alone with the up-at-night thing when it comes to textile history and technique, so it was my great pleasure to entertain and be entertained by the terrific folks at the Common Cod Fiber Guild as part of their annual Fiber Camp. […]
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