Friday, May 1, 2020, 11:00 - 5:00 pm
Saturday, May 2, 2020, 9:30 - 4:30 pm
Welcome to the 10th Annual Show
At the Seguin/Guadalupe County Coliseum, in Seguin Texas
Admission is Free
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2020 Instructor Bios:
DawnO I have been knitting and crocheting for many years. I started Designing officially in 2015. I absolutely love to teach others skills that make my heart sing. I am also working towards blending my love of knitting & crochet in my designs.
Debbie started needle felting as a hobby over 5 years ago. After retiring from her first career, she launched her new career and business, Wellwerks Fiber Art LLC in 2018. Her website is WellwerksFiberArt.com and can also be found on Facebook.
Maxine has been spinning for more than 9 years and has experience with a variety of wheel styles.
Laurie Schlitter has been spinning and weaving for nearly thirty years. She has raised her own sheep, rabbits, flax, and cotton. Her preferred mode of weaving is tapestry, especially with her own handspun yarns, and she enjoys the range of tools and materials available for spinning. She is a member of the Brazos Weaver's and Spinners guild in College Station, Texas.
Shama D Dawson
I've been married to Chuck for 32 years. We have two grown sons, Logan and Kelby. I homeschooled both of our sons all the way through for a total of 16 years. I've always loved making things. I started cross-stitching in high school and did that for years! I started sewing when my older son was born because I couldn't find any really cute boy clothes. Then, in 2001, after the terrorist attacks, I decided my sons need to be wrapped up in Harry Potter scarves that I knit for them! I bought a book called A Passion for Knitting and taught myself from that book. I've been obsessed with knitting ever since!! I love knitting shawls, socks, anything Harry Potter, and amigurumi. It makes me so happy to be able to teach other people to knit as well!
Jenn Kulick is the owner and operator of Suzoo's Wool Works and The Sheepwalk Fiber Arts Studio™ in Bandera, TX. She has been teaching fiber arts classes to all ages for over ten years and hosts a week long event of fiber and arts classes in March. The Sheepwalk Farm is home to 5 types of heritage wool sheep. Jenn participates in the Shave 'Em to Save 'Em program, is director for Texas Make It With Wool and is the media director for Kid 'n' Ewe Fiber Festival as well as a participant in several festivals in Texas. Jenn loves to teach innovative design in knit, weaving and felting. She has added rug hooking and wool appliqué in to her repertoire. Students can expect to think outside the lines in her classes.