Images of Previous Tour
Tour Map Sites
Sites on the Maine Fiberarts Tour Map: Studios and Farms
were open through mid-2012
What could you see on the tour? Farms with cashmere goats, natural dye gardens, a collection of antique spinning wheels, freshly-shorn wool fleeces, handspun yarns, art wearables, fiber processing mills, contemporary quilts, island studios, hand-dyed fabrics, woven tapestries, yarn shops, cozy blankets, sheep in the meadow, hooked rug supplies, knitted copper, felted llama wool, handcrafted spindles, silk capes, a papermaking studio in an old mill, blended rovings, angora rabbits, whimsical folk art, sewing instruction, farm chores, reed baskets, and special crafts for children.
As an added feature for 2009, 2010 and 2011 Maine Fiberarts also hosted the Fiber Arts Tour Weekend the first full weekend in August.