WOAD TRIP June 3-4 2016 Two Days of wild collecting and dyeing
Classes and Drop By Knitting
We offer classes in Beginning Knitting, Continuing Knitting, Socks, Rigid Heddle Weaving , Natural Dyeing and Felting
Come join us for good food , good friends and sharing projects
A fibershed is a geographical landscape that defines a natural textile resource base where products can be produced using entirely local fibers, local natural dyes and local labor.
The High Desert Fibershed is the area within a 200-mile radius of Cedarville, CA. Cedarville is very small, so by reaching out to communities within 200 miles we can reach Reno and Winnemucca, Nevada and Lakeview and Klamath Falls, Oregon, plus many California communities like Susanville, Alturas, Fall River Mills and Redding. We hope to encourage more growers to join our Fibershed producer community and would love to be producing locally grown clothing. Let’s scale this idea and see what happens!
The working studio for Deep Creek Yarns and handwoven rugs made from local Navajo Churro Sheep.
Instead of regular business hours, you can catch us there when we are working. in the studio.
Warner Mountain Weavers is also open for classes, Drop By Knitting, Potlucks and the 16th Annual Woolgathering.
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The Surprise Valley is nestled between the high desert of the Great Basin and the snow-covered peaks of the Warner Mountain wilderness. Desert pastels mingle with the sweet smell of sage. Creeks in the pine forest fill the lakes, providing green pastures for sheep and cattle to graze
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