Fiber Arts: The Next Generation

Recently, The Fibre Studio has focused on developing the next generation of fiber artisans.  Many of these fiber crafts (sewing, knitting, crocheting, quilting, etc.) are no longer shared or “handed down” from one generation to the next.  Given the hectic pace of today’s society, it is imperative that young men and women have the opportunity to learn these crafts and enjoy the camraderie and satisfaction of creating something with their own hands.  Sharing the experience with friends only makes the experience bettah and bettah!

Below are three of The Fibre Studio’s newest students (Hallie F., Emily C., and Ashley N.) who are participating in a series of Beginners Knitting Classes (offered on Mondays in November and upon request otherwise).  These ladies ARE part of the next generation.  May the “force be with you”!


My name is Debbie Davis, and I opened The Fibre Studio at Yarns to Dye For on September 1, 2008 as my youngest child was heading off to college. I absolutely love being the proprietor of The Fibre Studio. My customers are great. We have an amazing fiber community, and where else can I bring my best friend, Lola, to work?

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