Membership based instruction oriented visual arts organization

Fibre Arts


Fibre Arts Group

What is Fibre Art?

Fibre Art is created using natural or synthetic fibres and traditional techniques like sewing and weaving to create what is commonly described as “Fibre Art”

Beading work, Braiding, Embroidery, Felting, Mixed-media, Fabric painting, and Spun fibres can all come into play in the creation of Fibre Art.



Meetings are generally on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from
10 am to 3 pm. Bring a lunch – tea and coffee are available. The Arts Centre is
open 9 am to 4 pm for extended work time.

The objective of FAB is to explore the creative use of fibre, fabrics and
embellishments in the creation of Fibre Art. Members share interests and skills with one another on a regular basis. Participants are asked to contribute to the upkeep of the wonderful room we use by regularly putting $2.00 in the toonie box.
New members are always welcome.

Wed. June 28th

Linda Campbell will be showing pictures of her trip
to Belgium showing the art display containing some
of her work as well as other art work.
Today will also be a celebration in honour of Audrey
Stares “90th” birthday. We will have tea, coffee and
cake to celebrate with Audrey. Please come and help
Audrey celebrate this milestone birthday.

Wed. July 12th

Project Day. Many of our members are away taking
classes in Haliburton so please bring a project to work

Wed, July 26th

Surface Design. Today we will be experimenting with surface

design items. Please bring any shiva sticks,

paint sticks, watercolour paints or any other item you
wish to experiment with.

Wed. August 9th

Challenge. Please bring along any samples of work that
could be incorporated into a challenge. We will all view
what is shown and vote on which one to use as our
yearly challenge piece.

Wed. August 23rd & Thurs. Aug. 24th:

Eco-dyeing Retreat. Sharon Meek has again been very
kind in volunteering her home & garage for us to
dabble with eco-dyeing. A list of materials to bring will
be available closer to the retreat.

Wed. September 13th

Project Day. This will be a good opportunity to work

on the pieces you have from eco-dyeing.

Wed. September 27th

Fab Forest. This will be a group project that will be
put together as a wall hanging depicting our individual
ideas of the forest. This could be trees, leaves, flowers,
birds, etc. (anything you would see in the forest). More
information and materials will be discussed closer to
the date. You will be creating an 8 x 8 “ square.

Wed, October 11th

Fibre Art Postcards and Artist Trading Cards and
Project Day. Those wishing to do postcards and trading
cards are encouraged to try doing these cards in
a manner out of their comfort zone. Others may wish to
work on a project of their choice.

Wed, October 25th

Cheesecloth. There has been a lot of interest in trying
to create an art piece using cheesecloth. The cheese-
cloth can be white or dyed in your piece.


Pending!! We are unable to use our room on Nov. 8th
due to setting up for the Christmas Sale. We would
like to use the room Nov. 1st, 15th and 29th. We need
confirmation from the Board before we can organize
our dates.

Wed. Dec. 13th

Christmas pot luck lunch!! The program will be
organized for the winter and spring of 2018.


Saturday Oct. 14th

Fleece Festival, Woodstock

Friday, November 10th & Saturday, Nov. 11th:

ICAC Christmas Sale