Spinning Demo! At Berryville Treasures in Virginia.

Saturday, October 21st: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4

Try the wheel yourself! Learn about the different kinds of fiber and how they're used.

Free and refreshments will be provided.


A Berryville, VA Treat!
Berryville Treasures

Berryville Treasures is a collection of 20 local artisans whose talents run from woodwork, jewelry, pottery, potions and lotions, sewing and other fiber.  Always a place to find that special gift for the new grand-baby, graduate, birthday friend or yourself!

  Berryville itself is an up and coming town in the Virginia Hunt Country.  Cute, unique shops, a variety of restaurants line the main street and back alleys.  US Route 340 runs right through town, so putting together a weekend of Harper's Ferry, Charles Town, Berryville, and Winchester will give you lots to see and do.

Berryville Treasures  is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 to 5; and Sunday, 11 to 4.

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Shop of the Month
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Capital Quilt Shop

If you're looking for quality fabric with lots of diversity on the bolts, Capital Quilt Shop in Gaithersburg, MD is the place to visit.

 They offer a variety of classes with excellent teachers.  Shop staff know their wares and are among the friendliest I've ever met.

Creativity oozes from every shelf with kits, samples, tools, accessories--I am a particular fan of their unique buttons.

Obviously, I am NOT a quilter but I use fabric to enhance my other fiber art.  Note the photo; perfect trim and button for an original knit vest.


If You're Ever in Vermont. . .
and you want to visit an
Alpaca Farm
You must take a drive to the lowermost portion
of the Northeast Kingdom
and stop in at
Snowshoe Farm
in Peacham
Run by Terry and Ron Miller, this impeccable and delightful enterprise is home to many alpacas.  On a recent visit we cuddled four brand new crias (baby alpacas) and received loving kisses from a doting female.  Their fiber is for sale in a small retail room of their old farmhouse.  Some is already spun and dyed; some is combed ready for the wheel or drop spindle.  Quality alpacas are for sale but they do come steep.
 Call ahead to make sure they're not out and about.  802-592-3153

Delightful Weaving Done Here
Right in the middle of a glorious Vermont meadow sits Underandover Studio.  Whether you're a weaver or just an admirer of fine, creative, fiber art, you'll want to stop in and chat with Wendy Regier, master weaver.  Best to call first, as Wendy is often out seeking inspiration or serving the community. 802-226-7331.

Click here for eMail Contact to Underandover

Quarry Road Gallery
Proctorsville, Vermont
Wendy Regier - Weaver
Alan Regier - Potter and Woodcut Artist
These two wonderful artists live on a dirt lane off Twenty Mile Stream Road, Proctorsville, VT
Both are distinguised artists in their chosen media
Their Gallery in the old barn is open holidays and by request
Call ahead if you want to visit--they're most accomodating