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November Workshops

Check back often as we will be updating our calendar as we get information from our instructors.


Nov 6, Saturday, starting at 1PM: Animal to ART Part 3

  • Part 3 - Fleece to Felt: starting at 1pm, and going for about 2 hours
  • Animal to ART: Three Moons Fiberworks is pleased to announce a free to the public, 3 part series of demonstrations featuring the step by step processes that transform raw fleece into fabric and art. Participants are required to register for each presentation.
  • The third and final presentation will again feature local Textile Artist Susan Atwell. She will be demonstrating several wet felting processes by hand and machine. Various animal fibers will be used for felting. Bits of hand dyed silks, cottons and hand spun yarns will be to incorporated to embellish one of a kind finished pieces and felted fabrics. Participants will have hands on experience comparing pre felted samples of many domestic and exotic fiber types. Interested participants are invited to *bring their own bar of soap* for a free Make and Take project at the end of this presentation.
  • There is no cost, but please register so that everyone gets a seat - you can register here


Nov 13, Saturday, 10AM-1PM: Duneland Weaver's Guild

  • Monthly meeting of the Duneland Weaver's Guild - newcomers are welcome!


Nov 13, Saturday, 1:30 AM-3:30PM: Felted Gnome Workshop

  • Needle Felting Gnome Workshop! Beginners welcome! Come join us on Saturday, November 13th to make one (possibly two if time allows) needle felted gnomes, perfect for holiday gifts (they even fit on bottle tops, perfect for that special hostess gift). Class starts at 1:30, and will run for about 2 hours. All materials are included. Space is limited, a pre-paid class fee ($25) will reserve your spot.


Nov 16, Tuesday, 5:30-7:00: Project Night

  • Bring your work in progress and hang out with fellow fiber artists.  


Nov 20, Saturday, 1:30 AM-3:30PM: Mini Mitten Workshop

  • In this class we will knit a mini mitten that can be used as a decoration, a gift card holder, or gift tag! (Adventurous knitters may even choose to knit 24 mini mittens to use as a trendy advent calendar!)

    We’ll talk about how to use mini-skeins or leftover bits and balls of yarn from past projects to make mittens. And? These mittens will have functional thumb holes (made with gussets) so after this class you’ll have the skills needed to make mittens for the hands of your loved ones. For this class, you should already know how to cast on, knit, and purl. Be ready to learn to knit in the round along with a simple increase and decrease.

    Hand-dyed yarn and pattern will be provided. Each student will need to bring a size 3 or 4 32” cable needles or size 3 or 4 double point needles.



  • Do not miss this year's SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY DEALS!! 
    • In store ONLY - an exclusive, one of a kind colorway dyed by local artist Susan Atwell on a luxurious Yak/Silk/Superwash Merino base. This is a 4ply, DK weight yarn. Supplies are limited; All sales on a first come first served basis. Stay tuned for more details.  
    • In store savings:
      • 5% off every purchase over $25, excluding gift cards
      • 10% off every purchase over $100, excluding gift cards
      • 15% off every purchase over $200, excluding gift cards 
    • Online savings:
      • 10% off any value of gift card


Nov 30, Tuesday, 5:30-7:00: Project Night

  • Bring your work in progress and hang out with fellow fiber artists.