Table of contents for Fiber gathering : knit, crochet, spin and dye more than 25 projects inspired by America's festivals / by Joanne Seiff.


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Introduction.
Northeast.
Chapter 1: Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.
The Food.
Sheep Dog Demonstrations.
Mary Jane Socks.
Spirited Entrelac Polo.
Learning to Hand Dye Multicolored Yarn.
Chapter 2: New York State Sheep and Wool Festival.
New York Wine and Cheese.
Festive Fingerless Mitts.
Deep V.
The Curious Ewe.
Chapter 3: New Hampshire Sheep and Wool Festival.
What’s NEAOBA?
Apple Crisp Recipe.
Unmistakably Warm Cowl.
Natural Alpaca Ruana.
South.
Chapter 4: Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair.
Asheville.
Quick Felted Sweater Bag.
Blossom.
Chapter 5: The Tennessee State Fair: A Spinning Competition and Fleece Auction.
How to Wash Fleece: A General Guide.
Spinning for Speed.
Midwest.
Chapter 6: Michigan Fiber Festival.
Kumihimo.
Inexpensive Tools for Spinning: A Drop Spindle.
Inexpensive Tools for Knitting: Knitting Needles.
Creating a Skein.
Chapter 7: Heart of America Sheep Show and Fiber Fest.
The New U.S. Lamb Market.
Sit Upon: A Crocheted Wool Roving Seat Pad.
Icelandic Winter Cap.
Chapter 8: Shearing Day.
Preparing for and Helping at a Sheep Shearing.
Skirting a Fleece.
West.
Chapter 9: Black Sheep Gathering.
The Woolen Mill.
Fishtail Vest.
Evergreen.
Chapter 10: Estes Park Wool Market.
Lamb’s for Lunch.
Mountain Ripple Socks.
Men’s Crochet Mock Cable Sweater.
Chapter 11: The Wool Festival at Taos.
New Mexico Weaving Traditions.
Navajo-Churro Sheep.
A Trio of Southwestern-Style Pillows.
Chapter 12: Conclusions: Building Your Own Fiber Gathering.
Thick & Thin Baby Coat & Cap.
Classy Aran Long Skirt.
Andean Plying.
Techniques.
Resources.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Textile crafts.
Craft festivals.