June 19 - 25, 2020 - Welcome to Fibre Week 2020! Come join us for a great week of experiences planned with you in mind. We - Olds College

 
June 19 - 25, 2020 - Welcome to Fibre Week 2020! Come join us for a great week of experiences planned with you in mind. We - Olds College
June 19 - 25, 2020

              Welcome to Fibre Week 2020!
Come join us for a great week of experiences planned with you in mind. We
    have a diverse collection of weekend workshops, social events,
                      a Fibre Pop Up Shop and more!
June 19 - 25, 2020 - Welcome to Fibre Week 2020! Come join us for a great week of experiences planned with you in mind. We - Olds College
FIBRE WEEK 2020
All courses run from 9:00am – 4:30pm, lunch break from 12:00pm - 1:30pm unless otherwise noted

         Showing Off Your Fleeces
             Jayne Deardorff

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AT A GLANCE
All courses run from 9:00am – 4:30pm, lunch break from 12:00pm - 1:30pm unless otherwise noted

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MASTER PROGRAMS
            All courses run from 9:00am – 4:30pm, lunch break from 12:00pm - 1:30pm unless otherwise noted

      Instructor biographies and supply lists can be found on the Fibre Week website – www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek

                          MASTER SPINNER PROGRAM:
The Master Spinner Program consists          LEVEL 1                                    LEVEL 3
of five progressive levels of classroom      This is NOT a beginner spinning class.     Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
and independent study involving skill        Students should have a working             $755 (includes marking fee) + $85
development, research studies and            relationship with a spinning wheel. The    materials (+ GST)
project assignments in the area of hand      Beginning Spinning course is strongly
spinning of all major types of fibres,       recommended for those with little or no    LEVEL 4
yarns and the end use of the spun            experience.                                Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
yarns.                                                                                  $755 (includes marking fee) + $85
                                             Sunday, June 21 - Thursay, June 25         materials (+ GST)
Module content competencies and              $755 (includes marking fee) + $85
skill lists are available for viewing        materials (+ GST)                          LEVEL 5
or download on the Master Spinner                                                       Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
                                             LEVEL 2                                    $755 (includes marking fee) + $85
Program page at:                             Sunday, June 21 – Thursday, June 25
www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek                                                            materials (+ GST)
                                             $755 (includes marking fee) + $85
                                             materials (+ GST)

                         SPINNING WHEEL AND WEAVING LOOM RENTALS
       There are a limited number of wheels and table top looms available for rent on a first-come basis.
                     Please call to reserve your wheel when you register for your classes.

                      MASTER WEAVER PROGRAM
    LEVEL 1                                                          LEVEL 2
    This is NOT a beginner course (see Beginning Weaving             Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
    in the Fibre Arts section). The Olds College Master Weaver       $655 (includes marking fee) + $65 materials (+ GST)
    Certificate Program is a formal process of sequential
    learning and evaluation consisting of 5 progressive levels of    LEVEL 3
    instruction and independent study involving skill development,   Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
    research studies and project assignments, thus providing an      $655 (includes marking fee) + $65 materials (+ GST)
    educational environment in which an individual can acquire
    the skills to become an independent weaver.                      LEVEL 4
    Prerequisite: Students should be experienced                     Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
    weavers, and are expected to be able to warp a                   $655 (includes marking fee) + $65 materials (+ GST)
    loom independently at the outset of the class, and be
    conversant with basic weaving language and tools.
    Independent weaving experience is essential.
                                                                     LEVEL 5
                                                                     Independent study course - check website for details.
    Sunday, June 21 - Thursday June 25
    $655 (includes marking fee) + $65 materials (+ GST)

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FIBRE ARTS
                        `All All
                             courses  runrun
                                 courses  from  9am
                                             from   – 4pm
                                                  9am       with a one-hour
                                                       – 4:30pm,            lunch
                                                                   lunch break    break
                                                                               from     unless
                                                                                    12:00pm    otherwise
                                                                                             - 1:30pm    noted
                                                                                                      unless otherwise noted

         Instructor biographies and supply lists can be found on the Fibre Week website – www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek

                                         FRIDAY WORKSHOPS:
BEGINNING SPINNING                           comfortable with spinning a continuous      DEFLECTING DOUBLEWEAVE
This class will cover basic mechanics of     single and plying on a wheel. Perfection is WORKSHOP
spinning wheels and how to make your         not necessary, just comfort.                Participants will learn about the basic
wheel work for you. Using wool rovings       Student Supplies: Spinning wheel in good elements of DDW, how draft, yarns and wet
and top, we’ll learn how to spin singles,    working order, 3 bobbins (minimum), a       finishing contribute to the finished product.
how to ply those singles together,           lazy kate, niddy noddy, ziplock bags to     Once the woven web comes off the loom,
and how to get a balanced yarn. We           hold fiber, black permanent marker to       participants will have the opportunity to
will cover drafting, both woolen and         mark bags, yarn to tie completed skeins, weave 4 samples and finish them in class.
worsted, what the difference between         and scissors.                               Prerequisite: Knowledge of warping loom
the two is, and when and where you           Instructor: Kathy Schneider                 and ability to follow a draft, looms need to
might want to choose one method over                                                     be warped prior to class starting. If renting a
                                             Fri June 19 (9am-4:30pm)
the other. Topics covered include:                                                       loom, allow time the previous day to warp.
                                             $195 + $30 Materials + GST
• Spinning wheel mechanics (how your                                                     Student Supplies: Notebook, pen or pencil,
  wheel works)                               COLOR AND SPINNING                          cloth measuring tape, scissors, tapestry
• Understanding wool preparations            PLAYGROUND                                  needle (for hemstitching), pencil crayons,
• Drafting worsted-style singles             Join Diana for two full days of colour,     Reed hook, 8 shaft loom with a 10 or 12 dent
                                             experimentation and fun in a workshop       reed (if you can), shuttles and bobbins, hand
• Drafting woolen-style singles
                                             devoted to blending colours, learning how bobbin winder (if you have one).
• Plying methods for 2-ply / 3-ply yarns
                                             to use fibre preparation equipment for      Instructor: Lynn Ivany-McEachern
• Finishing techniques                       the task of colour blending, and spinning Fri June 19 - Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm)
• Fibre characteristics and how they         up and assessing the results. In the first
                                                                                         $295 + $25 Materials + GST
  affect the final yarn                      half, we will use some portable tools
Prerequisite: None                           for blending colour for spinning: hand      MAKE A WET FELTED BIRD POD/
                                             carders, blending boards, and hackles.      HOUSE
Student Supplies: Spinning wheel, at         In the second part, we will spin it up
least 2 bobbins, lazy kate (if available),   and experiment with different spinning      Creating felt from wool goes back thousands
hand cards (optional), permanent             techniques to allow the colours to blend of years and has a rich history in many
marker for labelling supplies, notebook      or stay true and reflect on our results. In cultures. In this workshop, we’ll start by
and pen.                                     addition to experimenting with different    making a sample piece of felt to help
Instructor: Christie Schulze                 blending tools, you will learn colour       understand the unique, natural properties
                                             theory in a practical and applied way.      of wool. Each participant will then put
Fri June 19 - Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm)
                                             WARNING: This workshop may change           their new-found knowledge to use making
$295 + $35 Materials + GST                                                               a felted bird pod. Wet felting is a hands-
                                             the way you see the world!
                                                                                         on, sometimes messy art process. Wear
CLEAN (OR NOT), COMB,                        Prerequisite: Must be able to spin a        comfortable clothes that you can get wet
CARD, COMBINE & CREATE                       continuous thread with a spinning wheel and not worry about. This class is suitable
This is the perfect class for anyone         or spindle and have experience with         for beginners and people with some felting
wanting to start with a raw fleece and       plying for a two-ply yarn.                  experience. Barbara Leighton, founder of
end with yarn. We will look at several       Student Supplies: Spinning wheel in         the Leighton Art Centre, believed that every
fleeces, both sheep and alpaca, learn        excellent operating order, 6 empty toilet person is an artist - they just need to find
a variety of ways to clean fleeces and       paper rolls for making centre pull balls,   their right medium. Perhaps wool is yours.
spin “in the grease”. You will be able to    lazy kate, extra bobbins. Blending board Try felting and find out!
prepare the fibre by combing, carding,       (can be shared between three people),       Prerequisite: None
teasing, making rolags, and possibly         and hand carders.
more. You will have time to spin and                                                     Student Supplies: All materials supplied.
                                             Instructor: Diana Twiss                     Felting tools if you would like.
ply your fibre. We will also look at not
                                             Fri June 19 - Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm) Instructor: Leah Cathleen Donald
so good fleeces, both raw and washed,
and how to possibly use these.               $295 + $40 Materials + GST                  Fri June 19 (9am-4:30pm)
Prerequisite: Student should be                                                          $195 + $20 Materials + GST

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FRIDAY WORKSHOPS CONTINUED:
NEEDLE FELTED SHEEP -                       OBLIQUE INTERLACING                               or an acrylic paintbrush (optional – different
WHITE (AM)                                                                                    sized paintbrushes), containers or paint tray
                                            Explore a low-tech method for producing
                                                                                              to hold dyes in, 1 large yogurt type container
Come learn the wonderful art of needle cloth without a loom, useful for making
                                                                                              for keeping the paintbrush clean with water
felting and create your own cute little     straps, scarves, bags, hats, vests, and
                                                                                              between dye colors, old nylons or 2 stretchy
felted sheep with nothing more than wool even complete dresses. Participants will
                                                                                              strips of material to tie bundles with.
and felting needles (and lots and lots of begin on ready-to-go warp, learn the basic
stabbing!) This is a versatile form of soft method, how to set up and how to finish.          Instructor: Laurie Steffler
sculpture that can be used to make so       Leave with a sample of your own making.           Fri June 19 - Sat June 20 (9am 4:30pm)
many things. Participants will receive      Oblique interlacing looks like plain weave        $295 + $35 Materials + GST
a felting kit (felting foam and felting     on the bias. This is a free-end braiding
needles), and enough core wool, natural technique, which means you can take it                SHOWING OFF YOUR FLEECES
lamb curls, and glass eyes to make two everywhere, and weave anywhere, any                    Come and spend a day working with fleeces.
little sheep. These sheep have a wire       time. The technique can be used on a wide         We will discuss how to show off your fleeces
armature and wire is also included.         variety of yarns to create small items or         to their best. What are the terms used and
Prerequisite: Suitable for beginners or     very large ones. We focus on the method,          what a judge is looking for will be reviewed
those with some experience.                 what ‘irregularities’ (mistakes) look like, how   and shared. Ideas for showing off and selling
                                            to identify them, how to correct them, and        fiber. If time allows, we will discuss getting
Student Supplies: All materials and
                                            how to avoid them in the first place …. or        other fibres ready for show. This is a hands
supplies are provided for this workshop,
                                            how to repeat the irregularity and call it a      on class, so come ready to work with raw
except students must bring: small sharp
                                            design element. The method can be used            wool - come and have a WOOLY FUN DAY!
scissors, a multiple felting needle (3-5)
                                            to create bags, scarfs, hats, vests … almost
holder if you have one. If you do not have                                                    Prerequisite: None
                                            any garment. Samples will be on hand to
one or can’t find one, the instructor will                                                    Student Supplies: Fleeces to be evaluated,
                                            inspire.
have some for you to purchase or try out.                                                     apron, paper and pen.
They cost $20-$25 each.                     Prerequisite: No weaving experience
                                            required. Participants need good finger           Instructor: Jayne Deardorff
Instructor: Lois McDonald -Layden
                                            dexterity, and reasonable eyesight (bring         Fri June 19 (9am -4:30pm)
Fri June 19 (9am-12pm)                      your glasses if you need them to read the
                                                                                              $195 + GST
$99 + $25 Materials + GST                   newspaper).
                                            Student Supplies: None                            WARP AND WEAVE ON A RIGID
NEEDLE FELTED SHEEP -                                                                         HEDDLE LOOM
COLORED (PM)                                Instructor: Carol James
                                                                                              This workshop will introduce you to the
Come learn the wonderful art of needle Fri June 19 (9am-4:30pm)                               basics of direct warping and weaving on
felting and create your own cute little     $195 + $5 Materials + GST
                                                                                              a rigid heddle loom. Choosing yarns for a
felted sheep with nothing more than wool                                                      project, warp design considerations, and
and felting needles (and lots and lots of PAINTING WITH DYES ON YOUR                          colour and weave will be examined before
stabbing!) This is a versatile form of soft NUNO-FELTED SCARF                                 we make our warp. Once we warp our
sculpture that can be used to make so       Explore a new painting medium. Learn how          looms, we will take time to explore a variety
many things. Participants will receive      to felt a Nuno Scarf with merino wool on silk     of textured and coloured weave structures to
a felting kit (felting foam and felting     chiffon fabric that can be used as a canvas       make a sampler scarf. No previous weaving
needles), and enough core wool, natural for painting with wool dyes. This workshop            experience is required to get started on
lamb curls, and glass eyes to make two will demonstrate how to create a variety               a basic project, and weavers with some
little sheep. These sheep have a wire       of scarf designs including learning how to        experience will have an opportunity to
armature and wire is also included.         piece silk and create holes. Paint it as if you   expand their skills.
Prerequisite: Suitable for beginners or     were creating a watercolor. You will learn
                                            how to paint in layers and set them using a       Prerequisite: None. This workshop is
those with some experience.                                                                   suitable for of all levels of experience.
                                            microwave. Understand how dyes work on
Student Supplies: All materials and                                                           Student Supplies: A rigid heddle loom (any
                                            dry and wet backgrounds and how wool and
supplies are provided for this workshop,                                                      make or width) with 7.5/8 dpi heddle or 10
                                            silk absorb the dye differently. Come with an
except students must bring: small sharp                                                       dpi heddle, any warping pegs and hooks
                                            idea or create spontaneously. You will learn
scissors, a multiple felting needle (3-5)                                                     that came with the loom (if you have them),
                                            how to felt by hand with tips and techniques
holder if you have one. If you do not have                                                    at least one stick shuttle (the instructor
                                            that will make the felting process as easy
one or can’t find one, the instructor will                                                    will have some available for use as well),
                                            and fast as possible.
have some for you to purchase or try out.                                                     measuring tape, scissors, pen and paper for
They cost $20-$25 each.                     Prerequisite: None
                                                                                              notes. Optional: yarn. Instructor will provide
Instructor: Lois Mcdonald-Layden            Student Supplies: 2 clear plastic lawn bags,      all yarn needed.
                                            scissors, 24” bubble wrap - small bubbles,
Fri June 19 (1:30pm-4:30pm)                                                                   Instructor: Michelle Boyd
                                            1 pair of single-use disposable gloves
$99 + $25 Materials + GST                   found in a pharmacy to keep hands free of         Fri June 19 (9am-4:30pm)
                                            dye paint, 1 olds towel, 1 large watercolor       $195 + $30 Materials + GST

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SATURDAY WORKSHOPS:
BE A JOINER                                 circumferences in the round, either          Prerequisite: Willing to create and have
Joins in our yarn can cause points of       double-pointed needles or circulars). If     fun!
weakness, hills and valleys. Explore        you’re not sure which needles will suit      Student Supplies: none – all materials
the multiple ways to join fibres while      you best, bringing a range of needles        are included, including the canvas,
spinning (yes, there are many!) and         measuring from 2-3 mm will ensure that       roving, yarn, locker hook, and tapestry
how to avoid the common pitfalls of         you’ll have something that will work for     needle.
the various joins. We will also look        the purposes of this class.
                                                                                         Instructor: Kathy Schneider
at joining our yarns when the singles       Instructor: Jesse McKitrick
                                                                                         Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm)
break while plying.                         Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm)
                                                                                         $195 + $50 Materials + GST
Prerequisite: None                          $195 + $9 Materials + GST
Student Supples: Spinning wheel,                                                         GONE BATTY
lazy kate, 3 bobbins, spinning wheel        FELTED TREE LANDSCAPE
                                                                                         Batts are beautiful! But, how do we
maintenance items and orifice hooks.        Each participant will make a large felted    spin them? Explore methods for colour
Instructor: Kara Perpelitz                  wool ’painting’ of a landscape scene         and texture control while spinning with
                                            of their choice with lots of detail. Using   a variety of batts. Leave the class with
Sat June 20 (9am - 12pm)
                                            different ‘painting with wool’ techniques,   a better understanding of the many
$99 + $15 Materials + GST                   we will be focusing on trees, but can        options for making these big blankets
                                            also teach flowers, rocks, and moons,        of fibre into yarns.
CARD WEAVING/ TABLET                        depending on the class interest. You will
WEAVING                                     then be shown various ways to mount
                                                                                         Prerequisite: None
The workshop introduces you to card         or use your work of art when you take it     Student Supplies: Spinning wheel, lazy
(tablet) weaving. A brief historical        home. We will be learning both needle        kate, extra bobbins, spinning wheel
overview of the craft along with            felting and wet felting and using merino,    maintenance items, orifice hooks, bring
familiarization of materials, equipment,    silk and other embellishments.               your favorite batt (optional).
terminology and technique will be           Prerequisite: Suitable for beginners         Instructor: Kara Perpelitz
given. You will learn how to warp and       or experienced felters as your wool          Sat June 20 (1:30pm-4:30pm)
thread the cards for a simple pattern.      painting can be as intricate or as simple
You’ll learn how to set up the cards                                                     $99 + $25 Materials + GST
                                            as you like.
following a simple pattern.
                                            Student Supplies: All materials and
Prerequisite: None                          supplies are provided for this workshop,
Student Supplies: Belt (if possible)        except students must bring: 2-3 large
Instructor: Maria Lougheed                  bath towels, small sharp scissors. 1
                                            piece of cushion foam at least 2” thick
Sat June 20 (9am-12pm)
                                            and 24” x 16”, available at Walmart or
$99 + $15 Materials + GST                   Fabricville.
FAIR-ISLE STYLE STRANDED                    Instructor: Lois McDonald-Layden
COLOURWORK                                  Sat June 20 (9am-4:30pm)
This course explores Fair-Isle style        $195 + $50 Materials + GST
stranded colourwork, including an
overview of history and techniques.         GET HOOKED ON LOCKER
We will play with colour palettes and       HOOKING
patterning, and will work a small project   This is a great way to use your stash
using the techniques we explore,            of yarn, roving, top, locks of mohair, or      SPINNING WHEEL AND
including cutting our knitting.             even plastic bags. In this workshop,          WEAVING LOOM RENTALS
Prerequisite: Must be able to knit          you will be given all the necessary tools
and purl in the round over a small          and materials to create (and hopefully          There are a limited number of
circumference and a basic level of          complete) a small rug, a trivet, coasters,      spinning wheels and table top
comfort with stranded knitting.             or seat cushion using prepared roving             looms available for rent on
                                            and a canvas. Examples, techniques,                   a first-come basis.
Student Supplies: Notebook, pen or
                                            and tricks will be explained and
pencil, colouring pencils or crayons in
                                            demonstrated. After getting “hooked” on
a variety of shades, needles of the size                                                 Please call to reserve your wheel
                                            locker hooking, you will be able to use
you would normally use for working
                                            the learned technique to make beautiful
                                                                                            when you register for your
with fingering weight yarn in the round
                                            trivets, placemats, rugs, pillows, saddle                  classes!
plus the next two sizes up from that
                                            blankets, seat cushions, and more
(using your preferred method for small                                                    www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek
                                            without spinning, knitting, or a loom.

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SATURDAY WORKSHOPS CONTINUED:
PIN LOOM WEAVING                           Prerequisite: Have completed a basic
Explore the potential of weaving,          level sprang class: can set up a flat
one square at a time. Portable and         warp, and is comfortable with the basic
affordable pin looms offer endless         interlinking stitch.
potential for creative weaving using       Student Supplies: Bring your own
knitting yarns and simple techniques.      sprang frame, 20 gms of sock yarn and
This workshop will introduce               colored pencils. Optional kit: $50 for
participants to basic pin loom weaving,    sprang frame, yarn, and use of colored
textured patterns, and a variety of        pencils.
joining techniques while making a small    Instructor: Carol James
sampler bag. Don’t have a pin loom,
                                           Sat June 20 (9am- 4:30pm)
no problem! The instructor will have a
limited number of looms available for      $195 + $5 Materials + GST
you to try out.
                                           THREE WAYS TO BOUCLE
Prerequisite: None. This workshop is
                                           From simple to complex, there are lots
suitable for students with no weaving
                                           of ways to make the textured yarns
experience and weavers of any level of
                                           known as boucles. This workshop
experience.
                                           will introduce spinners of all levels of
Student Supplies: Pin loom of any size,    experience to methods for making
including Weavette, Zoom Loom, or          “flame” boucle, looped boucle, and
other maker looms, 1 or 2 blunt darning    knot boucle using a variety of materials.
needles, scissors, pen and paper for
                                           Prerequisite: Students should be
notes.
                                           comfortable spinning and plying yarn
Instructor: Michelle Boyd                  on a spinning wheel. This workshop
Sat June 20 (9am -12pm)                    is suitable for advanced beginner to
$99 + $20 Materials + GST                  experienced spinners.
                                           Student Supplies: Spinning wheel in
SASHIKO EMBROIDERY                         good working order and all supporting
This workshop introduces the               equipment (oil, orifice hook, etc), 4
technique of Sashiko Embroidery and        bobbins, lazy kate, scissors, labels for
its origin. It will familiarize you with   samples, pen and paper for notes.
equipment, material and techniques.        Instructor: Michelle Boyd
You will have the opportunity to           Sat June 20 (1:30pm-4:30pm)
practice the skill with a small project.
                                           $99 + $20 Materials + GST
Prerequisite: None
Student Supplies: None. All supplies
will be provided.
Instructor: Maria Lougheed
Sat June 20 (1:30pm-4:30pm)
$99+ $25 Materials + GST

SPRANG LACE                                                                             SPINNING WHEEL AND
So you’ve already dabbled in sprang,                                                   WEAVING LOOM RENTALS
but now want to create those lacy
designs. Learn the basic sprang lace
stitches from a master. We will discuss
                                                                                        There are a limited number of
pattern reading and pattern writing.                                                    spinning wheels and table top
Leave with a lace creation all your own.                                                  looms available for rent on
The instructor has viewed examples                                                            a first-come basis.
of sprang across North America and
Europe. See images of some of these                                                    Please call to reserve your wheel
pieces in a PowerPoint presentation,                                                      when you register for your
handle some of the replica items, and                                                                classes!
receive assistance to try the techniques
yourself.                                                                              www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek

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SUNDAY WORKSHOPS:
BEGINNING WEAVING                               detail. Using different painting with        and sizes. Laurie will demonstrate how
This class is designed for those who are        wool techniques, we will be focusing         your resist can include protrusions for
brand new to weaving, as well as those who      on flowers but can also teach trees,         sculptural features, how to include pockets
want to refresh their knowledge of four-        rocks and moons, depending on the            for cell phones and the different kinds
harness loom weaving. Students will learn       class interest. You will then be shown       of straps and handles that can be used.
how to prepare a warp, put the warp on the      various ways to mount or use your work       Gain a comprehensive understanding of
loom and how to operate the loom. The how       of art when you take it home. We will        layering wool for color blending, how to
to of planning a project, reading a draft,      be learning both needle felting and wet      include embellishments and prefelts in
choosing materials and finishing a project      felting and using merino, silk and other     surface design. Laurie has 30 years of
will be covered. You will be provided with      embellishments.                              felting experience. You will learn how to
enough materials to make a practice warp        Prerequisite: This workshop is suitable      felt by hand with tips and techniques that
and weave a beautiful scarf.                    for beginners or experienced felters as      will make the felting process as easy and
                                                your wool painting can be as intricate       fast as possible.
Prerequisite: None
                                                or as simple as you like.                    Prerequisite: None
Student Supplies: Notebook, pen or pencil,
ruler, fabric measuring tape, scissors,         Student Supplies: Students must bring        Student Supplies: Notebook and pen, 2
large blunt tapestry needle, pencil crayons,    2-3 large bath towels, small sharp           clear plastic lawn bags, 24” bubble wrap,
masking or painters tape, a ball of string,     scissors, one piece of cushion foam at       small bubbles, pool noodle, scissors,
threading hook/reed hook, if you have them,     least 2” thick and 24” x 16”, available at   bonsai sprayer or glass jar with small
10 or 12 dent reed and a raddle (optional),     Walmart or Fabricville.                      holes in lid to sprinkle hot soapy water
shuttles and bobbins and a hand bobbin          Instructor: Lois McDonald-Layden             for felting process, 2 old towels, stainless
winder if you have one. 4 Shaft loom                                                         steel bowl or plastic bowl, olive oil soap
                                                Sun June 21 (9am-4:30pm)
included.                                                                                    bar, old nylons or long strips of stretchy
                                                $195 + $50 Materials + GST                   material to tie your felting bundles with,
Instructor: Tracy LaRose                                                                     resist plastic (6 mil vapour barrier plastic,
Sun June 21 - Thurs June 25 (9am-4:30pm)        HOW MUCH PLY AND WHY                         4-6 mil acetate/shower curtain, stiff bubble
$495 + $65 Materials + GST                      Compare and contrast two ideas               wrap plastic), correidale wool, or another
                                                about how much ply twist is the right        wool breed that felts well (merino wool can
BE THE BOSS OF YOUR YARN                        amount. What makes a “balanced”              also be used as the outside colour layer),
This full-day workshop is all about busting yarn and how can we be sure we are               embellishments (wool locks, yarn, prefelts,
through default yarn – that yarn you make plying with the right amount of twist?             open weave fabric, etc.)
over and over again despite attempts to do We will discuss the different ways we             Instructor: Laurie Steffler
it differently. In this workshop, you are going can balance twist, then ply our singles      Sun June 21 (9am-4:30pm)
to work on techniques that will expand          to see which one we like best. Warning:
                                                participants may be exposed to math          $195 + $35 Materials + GST
your yarn repertoire. You will experiment
with and learn about the effect of twist on     and/ or treadle counting.
                                                                                             KNITTING GLOVES
your singles and your plied yarns. You will     Prerequisite: students should be
also learn about yarn structure by making       comfortable spinning and plying yarn         An introduction to glove knitting that will
samples of soft singles, 2-ply, chained         on a spinning wheel. This workshop           leave you confident in approaching all
(Navajo ply), and cabled yarns. You will        is suitable for advanced beginner to         manner of glove projects in the future,
learn strategies for making the yarn you        experienced spinners.                        whether plain, fancy, or downright
want. At the end of the day, YOU will be the Student Supplies: Spinning wheel in             fanciful. We will discuss different thumb
boss of your yarn.                                                                           constructions and work through a basic
                                                good working order and all supporting
                                                                                             glove project, walking together through the
Prerequisite: Must be able to spin a            equipment (oil, orifice hook, etc), 2
                                                                                             process of setting up all the fingers.
continuous thread using a spinning wheel        bobbins of spun singles (approximately
and be comfortable with plying.                 50 yards or 1/3-1/2 full), 1-2 empty         Prerequisite: Must be able to cast on, knit
                                                bobbins, lazy kate, scissors, labels for     and purl, work in the round over a small
Student Supplies: Spinning wheel in                                                          circumference, increase, decrease and
excellent operating order, 6 empty toilet       samples, pen and paper for notes.
                                                                                             pick up stitches.
paper rolls for making centre pull balls, lazy Instructor: Michelle Boyd
kate, extra bobbins, tapestry needle, small Sun June 21 (1:30pm-4:30pm)                      Student Supplies: Notebook, pen or
scissors.                                                                                    pencil, fingering weight yarn approx
                                               $99 + $15 Materials + GST                     50-100g, short double-pointed needles
Instructor: Diana Twiss                                                                      (the length one would use for socks) for
Sun June 21 (9am- 4:30pm)                       HOW TO FELT BAGS OF ALL                      working with this yarn in the round, and
                                                SHAPES AND SIZES                             several lengths of waste yarn (also in
$195 + $25 Material + GST
                                                Learn how resists determine the shape        fingering weight).
FELTED FLOWER LANDSCAPE                         of your bag. You will create the resist      Instructor: Jesse McKitrick
Each participant will make a large felted       for the seamless bag shape you want
                                                and discover the many resist shapes          Sun June 21 (9am - 12pm)
wool ’painting’, of their choice with lots of
                                                that can be used for bags of all shapes      $99 + GST

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June 19 - 25, 2020 - Welcome to Fibre Week 2020! Come join us for a great week of experiences planned with you in mind. We - Olds College
SUNDAY WORKSHOPS CONTINUED:
MAKE A WET FELTED VESSEL                    warp materials for your project.              each, needles for working with this
Creating felt from wool goes back           Optional $50 frame available to               yarn both flat and in the round (using
thousands of years and has a rich           purchase directly from the instructor at      your preferred method for small
history in many cultures. In this           the workshop, cash only.                      circumferences in the round, either
workshop, we’ll start by making a           Instructor: Carol James                       double-pointed needles or circulars),
sample piece of felt to help understand                                                   stitch holders and waste yarn.
                                            Sun June 21 (9am-4:30pm)
the unique, natural properties of wool.                                                   Instructor: Jesse McKitrick
                                            $195 + GST
Each participant will then put their                                                      Sun June 21 (1:30pm-4:30pm)
new-found knowledge to use making           PRECISION DRAFTING (OR                        $99+ GST
a felted bowl or vessel. Wet felting        WHY IS THERE TAPE ON MY
is a hands-on, sometimes messy art          PANTS)
process. Wear comfortable clothes that
                                            Tired of slubs and thin spots in your
you can get wet and not worry about.
                                            singles? Want to know the secrets of
This class is suitable for beginners and
                                            smooth yarns? Break down the process
people with some felting experience.
                                            of spinning singles into its smallest
Barbara Leighton, founder of the
                                            steps to explore the distribution of twist
Leighton Art Centre, believed that every
                                            and how it affects our yarn. Treadling,
person is an artist - they just need to
                                            drafting, ratios, take-up, and plying will
find their right medium. Perhaps wool is
                                            all be examined in a controlled exercise
yours. Try felting and find out!
                                            that will give spinners a new insight into
Prerequisite: None                          what is happening when we make yarn.
Student Supplies: All materials             Understanding the interactions that
supplied, however if you have felting       take place as we twist fibre into yarn
tools that you would like to bring,         will help even the most experienced
please feel free to do so.                  spinner make yarns with more
Instructor: Lee Cathleen Donald             consistent and predictable results.
Sun June 21(9am-4:30pm)                     Prerequisite: Students should be
                                            comfortable spinning a continuous
$195 + $20 Material + GST
                                            single on a spinning wheel. This
MORE SPRANG                                 workshop is suitable for advanced
                                            beginner to experienced spinners.
You’ve already dabbled in sprang
but want to know what you can do            Student Supplies: A spinning wheel in
with this knowledge? Explore further,       good working order and all supporting
examining topics such as circular           equipment (oil, orifice hook, etc.), 1 or 2
warp and multicolored warps. Based          bobbins, scissors, labels for samples,
firmly on the historic record we will       pen and paper for notes.
discuss ways to shape your piece,           Instructor: Michelle Boyd
creating items such as vests, mittens,      Sun June 21 (9am-12pm)
and leggings. Sprang is an ancient
                                            $99 + $15 Material + GST
braiding method, performed on a warp
stretched over a frame. It results in       THANKS IT HAS POCKETS!
two mirror-image rows for every one         ADDING POCKETS TO
row worked. The instructor has viewed       GARMETS                                         SPINNING WHEEL AND
numerous examples of this type of
                                            Whether you are planning a project with        WEAVING LOOM RENTALS
work in museums across Europe, from
                                            pockets or wishing a finished project
Copenhagen, to London, Paris, Lyon,                                                          There are a limited number of
                                            had pockets, this course will help you
and Munich. We will review images of
                                            to make it happen! We will discuss               spinning wheels and table top
these historic garments and discuss
ways to reproduce them. Get help
                                            a variety of pocket types and their                looms available for rent on
setting up your sprang exploration.
                                            properties, and will try out a few pocket              a first-come basis.
                                            making methods.
Prerequisite: Have completed a basic
                                            Prerequisite: Must be able to knit and         Please call to reserve your wheel
level sprang class: can set up a flat
warp, and are comfortable with the
                                            purl, work back and forth in rows and             when you register for your
basic interlinking stitch.
                                            work in the round.                                           classes!
                                            Student Supplies: Notebook, pen or
Student Supplies: Bring your own
sprang frame. The instructor will
                                            pencil, worsted weight yarn in two              www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek
                                            contrasting colours, approx 50-100g
contact you before class to discuss
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VENDOR INFORMATION AND
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OLDS COLLEGE RETAIL
    FIBRE POP UP SHOP
                                                                       MEAT STORE

      OLDS COLLEGE
    CAMPUS EXPERIENCE
OLDS COLLEGE BREWERY &
                                                             OLDS COLLEGE GREENHOUSE
   RETAIL BEER STORE

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TAKE A WALK THROUGH THE                                               CLC RECREATION &
  BOTANICAL GARDENS                                                     FITNESS CENTRE

      Come experience what our
Olds College campus has to offer during
 Fibre Week from June 19 - 25, 2020!

      AQUATIC CENTRE                                                 CAMPUS STORE

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FIBRE POP UP SHOP

  Our Fibre Pop Up Shop is a collection of vendors with a little bit of something for
everyone with fibre in their fingers. Drawing in 25+ vendors annually, this is a fantastic
    destination for a road trip or an afternoon outing to restock your most needed
                                         supplies.

Whether you’re registered for a class, or just want to come in to shop, the Fibre Pop
Up Shop is a must-stop destination for everyone. Open to the public, the hours are
below. Curious as to who will be there? Check out our website for a list of vendors!

                       Fri June 19, 2020: 12pm – 6pm
                       Sat June 20, 2020: 10am – 6pm
                       Sun June 21, 2020: 10am – 6pm

Are you a vendor? If you want to reserve a booth, you can do so for $200 per booth.
                Details on our website or call for more information.

                    www.oldscollege.ca/fibreweek

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THANK YOU 2020 SPONSORS

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SOCIAL EVENTS
In addition to workshops and the Master Spinner and Weaver programs, Fibre Week
hosts a variety of events open to the public. No registration is required, and we highly
encourage participants and walk-ins to make Olds College a destination to drop
by, unwind, spin in, and shop! These events are held across campus – for more
information ask at the Registration Booth in the Atrium of the Land Science Center.

FIBRE-IN SOCIAL                                           FASHION SHOW & ART SHOWCASE
Fibre Artists unite to enjoy a casual evening of          Are you proud of your first handmade item?
your favourite craft. A casual, no commitments,           Have you finally completed that epic project?
informal social, come as you are, in and out              Made something cool in class? Show off your
as you like, and try a variety of fibres donated          stuff and inspire other kindred spirits with your
from vendors in the Fibre Pop Up Shop. It’s a             handiwork. All fibre work welcome! Items
great opportunity to meet fellow participants,            can be dropped off with an entry form at the
and try out some new fibres before you make               Registration Booth before 1pm on Sunday (day
that big purchase!                                        of show).
Fri June 19, 2020 from 6:30pm - 8pm                       Sun June 21, 2020 at 7:30pm
CELEBRATION SOCIAL
Join us for a celebration of Fibre Arts: the              MYSTERY BOX FUNDRAISING
craft and the people that carry it forward.               CHALLENGE
This celebration is a formal presentation of              Back by popular demand, Fibre Week is
the graduates of our program and a keynote                calling on all fibre enthusiasts, samplers and
speaker. It’s an evening that recognizes hard             artists to let their creativity run wild. A mystery
work and appreciates our mutual passions.                 box of fibre will be available for purchase by
Light refreshments will be provided, and                  donation, and the challenge is simple: use it
presentations will be followed by a social.               to create something wonderful, wild, beautiful,
Sat June 20, 2020 at 6:30pm                               meaningful, fun, or all of the above! Then bring
                                                          it back next year to show off and share! There
SILENT AUCTION                                            will definitely be prizes. Ask at the Registration
Donations are gratefully accepted and will                Desk.
receive a tax-deductible receipt. Bring your
item when you come. Items can include fibres,             Want to see what was created by the minds of
tools, creations, or anything you think fibre             your fellow fibre fanatics? Check out last year’s
artists might be interested in. Fill out a “Friends       participants and vote on your favourite at the
of Fibre Week” donor form at the information              Silent Auction. There are prizes for the people’s
desk and leave it with your item before 10am              choice!
Sunday. Proceeds are used to offset Fibre
Week expenses.                                            Did you participate last year? Be sure to bring
Sun June 21, 2020: Bidding opens at 12pm &                your creation back this year to the Registration
closes at 6pm                                             Desk or the staff at the Fibre Pop Up Shop.
FLEECE SHOW & SALES
Join us to explore the world of fleece through
a collection of shows brought to Fibre Week
by our Fleece Show Partners. These fleece
shows display local fleece product and can
include live judging and sale of fleeces. Check
the website or at the registration table for more
information on what each of these shows
has to offer. These shows take place over the
weekend.
Sat June 20, 2020 and Sun June 21, 2020.

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TRAVEL, ACCOMMODATIONS & MEALS

CALGARY TO OLDS AIRPORT
SHUTTLE SERVICE
Select options will be available to registrants
only for a shuttle between Calgary airport
and Olds. There will be a $65 fee (one way)
for this service payable upon registration.
Check the website, as pre-registration is
required.

DRIVING AND PARKING
Check our website under “Guest
Information” for directions to the College.
Free parking is available for the duration of
Fibre Week!

TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Accommodation arrangements are the
responsibility of Fibre Week Participants. It
is recommended that airline tickets not be
purchased until courses have been confirmed.

College Accommodation: Townhouse &
Dormitory Rooms on campus are available.
A booking form can be found on the website
under “Guest Information.”

MEALS
On-campus food venues will be available and
there are a variety of restaurants and fast food
outlets accessible in the Town of Olds.

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2020 EVENT REGISTRATION CHECKLIST
                                     All fees payable upon registration                       Date               Tuition		Materials

                                     MASTER CLASSES
                                     Spinning 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 755   . . . . . . $   85
                                     Spinning 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 755   . . . . . . $   85
                                     Spinning 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 755   . . . . . . $   85
                                     Spinning 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 755   . . . . . . $   85
                                     Spinning 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 755    . . . . . . $   85
  Registration Opens
    March 2, 2020                    Weaving 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 655 . . . . . . $ 65
                                     Weaving 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 655 . . . . . . $ 65
    This form is available for       Weaving 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 655 . . . . . . $ 65
 download on the “Registrations”     Weaving 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21 - 25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 655 . . . . . . $ 65
 page of the Fibre Week website.                                                    *Please remember to add 5% GST to all prices

                                     FIBRE ARTS
 How can you get                     Beginning Spinning. . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 19 - 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 295 . . . . . . $ 35
                                     Clean, Comb, Card Combine & Create. . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 30
more involved with                   Color and Spinning Playground . . .  June 19 - 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 295 . . . . . . $ 40
                                     Deflected Doubleweave Workshop.  June 19 - 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 295 . . . . . . $ 25
   Fibre Week?                       Make a Wet Felted Bird Pod/House . . . . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195. . . . . . . $ 20
                                     Needle Felted Sheep (White). . . . . . . . . . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 25
                                     Needle Felted Sheep (Colored) . . . . . . . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 25
     BECOME A                        Oblique Interlacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 5
                                     Painting with Dyes on Your Nuno. .  June 19 - 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 295 . . . . . . $ 35
FIBRE WEEK SPONSOR                   Showing Off Your Fleeces. . . . . . . . . . . . June 19. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ ----
                                     Warp and Weave on a Rigid Heddle Loom.June 19. . . . . . . . . .$ 195 . . . . . . $ 30
                                     Be a Joiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99. . . . . . .  $ 15
    Titanium: $3000 +                Card Weaving/Tablet Weaving. . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 15
                                     Fair-Isle Style Stranded Colorwork. . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 9
 Platinum: $1500–$2999               Felted Tree Landscape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 50
                                     Get Hooked on Locker Hooking. . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 50
   Gold: $1000– $1499                Gone Batty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 25
    Silver: $500– $999               Pin Loom Weaving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 20
                                     Sashiko Embroidery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 25
   Bronze: $250- $499                Sprang Lace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 5
                                     Three Ways to Boucle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 20. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 20
  Friends of Fibre Week              Be the Boss of Your Yarn . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 25
                                     Beginning Weaving. . . . . . . . . . . . . .  June 21-25. . . . . . . . . . . $ 495. . . . . . . $ 65
           - prizes                  Felted Flower Landscape . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $
                                     50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
       - gifts-in-kind               How Much Ply and Why . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 15
                                     How to Felt Bags of All Shapes and Sizes.June 21. . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 35
- silent auction donations           Knitting Gloves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ ----
                                     Make a Wet Felted Vessel. . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ 20
                                     More Sprang. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 195 . . . . . . $ ----
                                     Precision Drafting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ 15
For more information, visit          Thanks It Has Pockets! Adding Pockets. June 21. . . . . . . . . . . $ 99 . . . . . . $ ----
 our website or contact:
                                                                                   *Please remember to add 5% GST to all prices
 coned@oldscollege.ca
                                     OTHER FEES
                                     Loom/Wheel Rental ($15/day, $70 max) 		                                           _ $ ____
                                     Airport Shuttle Service ($65 one way)			                                          $______            $ ____
                                                                              Subtotal:                                $_____    $____
                                                                              5% GST:                                  $_____    $____
                                                                                  Total:                               $_____    $_____
                                                                TOTAL PAYMENT IN FULL:                                _$______________

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