Tour Map/Resource Guide

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Find farms, artists, craftspeople, teachers, studios, galleries, fiber producers, suppliers, shops, learning centers, organizations, fiber processing mills, and manufacturers at our statewide Digital Tour to fiber places throughout Maine

You can see the entire map here...

This map along with our Fiber Bulletin and Fiber Folio is our digital version of the Fiber Arts Tour/Resource Guide. The listings on the right side can be filtered by checking the box beside one or more categories in the list. If nothing is checked, you will see all the listings that appear in the section of the map you are currently viewling. To refresh the page and recenter the map click on the logo at top left, or the "Home" menu item.

  

 In the listings on the right side of the map, "Read More" links go to more detailed profiles, directions and contact information for the businesses and individuals listed.

When you enter your own fiber site on the map, the "Title" field is required. It refers to the name of your studio, farm, gallery, shop, business, etc. listing.

 

Or you can pick a category or choose a word from one of the drop down lists. Click on the "Find" button to see all listings, sorted by newest at the top.

Want to be part of our digital tour? We invite you to put yourself on our map. Listings are FREE!

Fiber Resource Examples

Maine Fiberarts was tasked by the Maine Department of Agriculture, funded through a matching grant from the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service Federal-State Marketing Improvement Program (FSMIP) to compile this guide to Maine fiber resources. It was designed to be a comprehensive online guide to resources related to fiber and the fiber industry, to provide useful information for fiber enthusiasts, fiber farmers, artists and craftspeople working in fiber, and anyone wanting to know more about Maine's growing fiber industry. Even with the modifications we have made since then, these listings are aimed at bringing greater visibility for Maine’s fiber industry to regional, national and international consumer markets, and to provide a self-guided fiber tour for visitors to Maine.