Skip to main content Skip to main content

Georgia Mountain Laurel Magazine

Skirting, Dyeing & Carding Class

From raw fleece to finished product

Dying to Learn June 25, 2016 What do I do with all of this fiber? If you raise fiber producing animals you may find yourself asking this question. This class designed to help you feel more comfortable with the milling and or crafting process, so you can do something useful with your precious animal's fiber. Learn to prepare your fleece, skirt and wash some fiber. We will discuss skirting a fleece for the mill and the many options you have with mill processing. Covering at least 3 different dye techniques, we will dye a small skein of yarn, some raw fleece and some carded roving. Carding fiber and learning about the many combinations of fibers will also be demonstrated and discussed. All materials included. We begin the morning with homemade sweet breads, coffee or tea. lunch is a warm yummy farm to table cozy affair: $99.00 each. Teacher: Holly Williams Holly is the owner of Lasso the Moon Alpaca Farm, Lardworks Studio Inc and Laces of Lore Fiber Art. Holly has been teaching fiber art on the farm for over 10 years. Class Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Date & Time

June 25, 2016

10:00AM - 4:30PM

More Info

Event Website

(706) 897-2379

$99 includes all materials & gourmet lunch

Crafts & Hobbies


Like what you're reading? Subscribe to Georgia Mountain Laurel's free newsletter to catch every headline