THE GUILD WILL BE MEETING SATURDAY, MAY 15th, 10:00 AM-1:00 PM,
at the Shippensburg Library!!
COVID-19 guidelines will be followed in the library,
i.e. masks and social distancing.
MAY 15, 2021 - FINALLY!!
Meeting at the Shippensburg Library. Bring your
wheels, knitting, and current projects and catch up
with guild friends after more than a year apart!
For further information, contact Dottie at
Welcome to the website of the
SOUTH CUMBERLAND FIBER GUILD.
Our Guild is open to spinners, weavers, knitters, crocheters, felters, rug hookers, shepherds, plant fiber growers and others interested in the art and craft of fiber and textiles.
We meet monthly for workshops, field trips, demonstrations for the public, or to gather
just to spin, knit, crochet or work on a "project-in-progress."
Please browse our pages to learn more about who we are and what we do.
WE WELCOME ANYONE WHO ENJOYS WORKING WITH FIBER TO JOIN US!
Check out our Photo Pages
to see pictures of some of our
Web design by VWingert © 2008-2021 at Homestead
Instead of shearing a single-coated Shetland sheep, a
process called 'rooing" is an alternative. Watch this
Shetland yearling being "rooed" for the first time.
An expertly woven nest! Unbelievable!!!
An updated schedule of 2021 Fiber Events, as of March 1,
has been added to the EVENTS/LINKS page.
Check it out to see what events have been CANCELLED, will be VIRTUAL events, and are being held ON SITE as usual.
Wonderfully informative video from the
in Victoria, British Columbia.
a look at today's method of producing linen
from the flax plant
Beautiful WOOL PAINTING by
(follow link for more of
Galina's beautiful artwork
on her Facebook page)
ATTENTION!!!! Don't miss this year's
MARYLAND SHEEP AND WOOL FESTIVAL,
held as a virtual event on MAY 1st and 2nd.
Check this link for access to the 2021 vendors.
FLORENCE KNITTINGALE: This 91-year-old
woman has knitted a hospital to raise money...
Watch how linen (from the flax plant) and
cashmere (from cashmere goats) are
processed into amazing cloth!