Wool-gathering continuing in Comox Valley

The Woolgatherers have been active in the Comox Valley for over 35 years.

VARIOUS FIBRE ARTS are worked on by the Woolgatherers

The Woolgatherers have been active in the Comox Valley for over 35 years.

Members practice a wide variety of fibre arts including weaving, spinning, felting, dyeing and knitting.

Their mission is to promote fibre arts in the Comox Valley through participation in community activities.

This year the group wa excited to once again be part of the Filberg Festival. Members will demonstrate their crafts with samples of work, some of which will be for sale. The group will also be present at the Comox Valley Exhibition.

They have recently moved their meeting place to the Fallen Alders Community Hall in Royston where they meet every Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The annual Fall Sale and Tea will be held there on Nov. 3.

For more information, contact Vanessa at 250-335-9196.

— Woolgatherers

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