Front Range Fiber Artisans (FRFA) is an inclusive organization devoted to promoting and developing the skills of any person practicing fiber arts, including but not limited to: Basketry, Braiding, Crocheting, Dyeing, Embroidery, Felting, Knitting, Lace Making, Paper Making, Quilting, Sewing, Spinning, Tatting and Weaving.
We welcome new members interested in exploring fiber arts of all kinds.
Members are not required to have any particular level of expertise – only a desire to learn and to share. If you would like to become a member today, download and fill out our membership form and send it to us or bring it to the next meeting.
ALL MEETINGS WILL ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES REGARDING COVID-19
REGULAR MEETING INFORMATION:
Meetings are held once a month on the first Thursday of each month (except for August-annual picnic, and when noted below), from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. DUE TO COVID GUIDELINES MEETINGS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO SATURDAYS (TBD), HELD OUTSIDE IN AN OPEN PAVILION TO PROVIDE 6 FEET FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING.
SURPRISE!!! JUNE 19TH, 2021 MEETING
Hope everyone is well. FRFA will be meeting at Ellen’s Pavillion on Saturday, June 19th at 10:30 am to noonish. Ellen is happy to have everyone stay later if they so desire and encourages everyone to bring your own snacks, drinks, etc. Sanitary wipes will be available and outside access to bathroom facilities also available on site.
Please bring your spinning, knitting, crochet and (hint, hint) weaving if you would like. Also, let’s do some show-n-tell too!
Lynnelle will be bringing her many pin looms and demonstrating them. Feel free to bring your own yarn to make your own pin loom sachet or use the yarns available. Or use the rectangle looms to make a bookmark, which can be decorated with embroidery later if you wish. Lynnelle has Turtle Looms (hexagons and elongated hexes) by Blue Bonnet Crafters on Etsy, Hazel Rose pin loom hearts, Weavette rectangular and square looms, and a Weave-It square. There will be a total of 18 looms to play with. All pin looms and crochet hooks will have been cleaned with a sanitary wipe. You may also bring your own pin loom if you have one. There will be an assortment of cotton, wool and art yarns to choose from. It may also be helpful to bring a size 4mm or 2.5mm crochet hook, a tapestry needle for sewing up your sachet and or scissors.
Hope you all are enjoying the nice sunny weather after the days of rain we had and see you all soon!
Directions to Ellen’s Pavillion (home):
PLEASE EMAIL FOR DIRECTIONS!
Soon to happen activities:
Rock Ledge Ranch, June 5, 10am to 4pm – opening day – my daughter and I will be volunteer docents on this day skirting the sheep. Yep, that means we will be in period-correct clothing (which we made ourselves) This year they plan to wash the fleece on site, should be interesting.
Country Market at Peyton, CO, June 12th, 9am to 4pm
The 2023 IWC will be held 27 – 30 July 2023 at Utah State University USU) in Logan Utah. Wow! They’ve actually taken this out of the State of Colorado, which is something that they used to do was move it around. Good for them!
I am unable to update the Facebook group. Don’t understand why. (insert shrug here)