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Maine Fiber Resource Guide

An Online Directory of Maine Fiber Resources*

There are many ways to search the guide. You can try the search box on the right, use the little menu under that, or you can find fiber resources by key word and/or category from the drop down lists below.

 Choose from either or both lists, then click on the "Find"  button. To browse all the fiber resources that are listed, make no choices in either drop down. The "tag" list is another way to search, and within a listing you can find related resources and places to visit. To read more about a particular resource, click on the "Read More" link or the title of the resource.

Find a Fiber Resource

Search the Fiber Resource Guide

It is possible that some key words or categories do not yield any results and you will see a blank page. Just use the back button or click the menu link again to start over with new choices.


We invite you to list your own resource. (Printed forms are available to fill out and mail back to us at Maine Fiberarts' headquarters in Topsham if you prefer.) Enter your own resource on line.

“resource” may include farms, artists, craftspeople, galleries, fiber producers, suppliers, shops, learning centers, organizations, related fiber processing mills, and manufacturers. It may also include relevant books, websites, residency programs, and annual festivals or retreats. Listings are FREE and are aimed at bringing greater visibility for Maine’s fiber industry to regional, national and international consumer markets. Classified ads are also welcome and are free to paid members of Maine Fiberarts. These are posted for three months. Join Maine Fiberarts to place a free ad if you have something to sell.

Alphabetical List of Fiber Resources

Fiber Resource Examples

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 *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 is 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.

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