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Fiber enthusiasts rarely need a reason to hop in the car with a bunch of friends to go in search of that perfect fabric, new yarn or to take a workshop with the latest up and coming teacher. Midwest Fiber Arts Trails make travel planning a lot easier. At Midwest Fiber Arts Trails, fiber enthusiasts can find useful information, resources, insights and inspiration for their own creative expression. The Trails offer opportunities to participate in fiber arts activities and to plan fun trips around the Midwest!
Each community-based Trail may include individual artists, galleries, arts centers, museums, shops, woolen mills and farms. Each Trail is unique to their place, local history, and member objectives. Trail members may offer an annual Trail Tour weekend event which may include a member exhibit, workshops, demonstrations and special programming to promote their members and community to their audience of fiber enthusiasts.
You can see Trail members’ art and activities on the Midwest Fiber Arts Trails website year-round. Visit the following links to for inspiration and travel ideas!
The mission of Wildwood Press is to honor the Midwest’s rich textile heritage and celebrate and promote the work of contemporary fiber artists.
Midwest Fiber Arts Trails seeks to build a network of community-based art trails to fulfill its mission to honor the Midwest’s rich textile heritage and celebrate and promote the work of contemporary fiber artists.
Midwest Fiber Arts Trails and Fiber Art Almanac:
- Celebrate the synergy between place and textile art and design
- Honor the influence of historic textiles on contemporary work and future vision
- Encourage discovery and growth in self expression
- Foster creativity and collaboration
- Change as a reflection of the community
- Welcome everyone.
Publisher and Founder, Fiber Art Almanac & Midwest Fiber Arts Trails
Founder, Midwest Fiber Arts Trails
One of the things I’ve learned about myself over the last few years is that I’m very good at making connections between people. I’m a connector. What a perfect way to utilize that talent by connecting people who love fiber arts with each other. Trail members want to become known and fiber enthusiasts want to be inspired and have a place to travel. It’s really that simple. See you on the Trail!
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Midwest Fiber Arts Trails
Address: 229 Minnetonka Ave S #181 Wayzata, MN 55391