All Fiber

  • Barbara Riegel Bend

    Barbara creates unique fiber sculptural figures that touch the human spirit, assembled from fabric and metal remnants. Her work is available at Seasons on St. Croix, Hudson and Color Crossing, Roberts. “My fiber sculptures honor the integrity of traditional cloth in a contemporary setting, placing them in a 3 dimensional element.” – Barbara Riegel Bend

  • Bratach Sith Studio

    Julie has a gallery and working fiber art studio. She creates stitched pictures of landscapes and textural pieces from handspun to hand-dyed fibers, hand stitching beads and other embellishments to make magical depictions of nature. Julie’s work can be found at regional art fairs, Sivertson’s, Duluth, or call for an appointment. Julie Crabtree

  • Cathy’s Ceramics & Crafts

    Cathy weaves beautiful rag rugs,table runners, placemats and scarves on an antique loom of her mother’s.  She also makes crocheted items,  tied quilts and embroidered dish towels.  Her work can be purchased at regional craft fairs or call for an appointment. Catherine Wahlstrom 221 West Beaver St Apt #14 Spooner, WI 54801 715-635-3596

  • Color Crossing

    This yarn shop with weaving supplies and equipment and beautiful yarn for all types of fiber arts, also offers studio space for a variety of artists.  It has as an area where the work of regional artists is displayed and for sale.  Check class and study group schedules. Patty Kuebker Johnson 201 North Vine St P O Box 250 Roberts, WI 54023 715-749-3337 715-749-3780

  • Flying Bridge Studio

    Learn to weave while gazing at beautiful Spooner Lake.  Looms and weaving equipment are available by special order.  Woven and knitted items and handmade books are available Northwind Book & Fiber and Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner; Dancing Bird Art Studio & Gallery in Cumberland; and Brickyard Pottery near Shell Lake. Alene Peterson N5970 County Hwy H Spooner, WI 54801 715-635-7344

  • Keepsakes LLC

    Della has been making baskets since 1979.  She specializes in ribbed baskets – heritage baskets such as: egg – key – yarn.  Classic baskets with history and a purpose.  However her passion is making baskets that incorporate antlers in the handle or in the basket.  She sells at art and craft shows.  Her work can seen at Arts in Hand Gallery, Spooner.  Call for an appointment. Della Pleski 235 E Peterson Rd Foxboro, WI 54836 715-399-8391

  • Lisa Halverson

    Lisa is a fiber artist who has hooked rugs for sale at Arts in Hand Gallery Spooner WI. Categories: Fiber 715-520-0880 faith2wind@hotmail.com  

  • Rollingwood Alpacas

    Open for farm tours and alpaca merchandise, this site offers roving, batting and yarn as well as gift items. See colorful felted hats, scarves and mittens for the Northland winters. Call for appointment. Toby Lee Langham 15811W Rollingwood Rd Stone Lake, WI 54876 715-865-3404

  • Shear Luck Farm

    A charming old farmstead is where Carmella started with llamas, alpacas and Baby Doll and Clun Forest sheep.  She now is using the fibers and no longer has her animals.  Available are wool quilt batts, yarn and rag rugs (handwoven). Her work is at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner or contact her for appointment. Carmella Crandall W7962 Sand Road Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-7059

  • Silk Art

    Framed unique landscapes and botanical artwork from fabrics and fibers.  Marge’s works can be seen at Northwind Book & Fiber, Spooner and Dancing Bird Art Studio, Gallery & Music in Cumberland. Marge Lindemann

  • Sweet Meadow Stitchery

    Merilee Thorstad’s interest in art began early, “when I enjoyed drawing as a child, and also created my own hand-sewn “mod” outfits as a teenager. Although I graduated from UW-River Falls with a degree in Art Education, this was a time of anfrom UW-River Falls with a degree in Art Education, this was a time of an overabundance of new education graduates, so I spent the next 40 years as a social worker! Folk art and folk music have always held a special interest for me. [I play the Appalachian dulcimer and other traditional stringed instruments.] Although I’ve dabbled in many different art media over the years, I’ve always felt most at home in the area of fiber arts. The tactile aspect of working with fibers – whether in weaving, spinning, or sewing – is very appealing to me, along with the feeling of being connected to an historical folk art tradition. Interest in my Nordic roots has led me to discover a long history of weaving and embroidery in Norway. I‘ve been inspired to pick up needle and thread and carry on these traditions with creations of my own. The ancient and simple technique of cross-stitch embroidery (“krosstingsbroideri” in Norwegian) has become my technique of choice. The cross-stitched pendants on display in Arts in Hand gallery come from a desire to express my Scandinavian heritage, with designs adapted from historical folk costumes. In a way, I also feel that my work honors the many Scandinavian immigrants who settled in this northwestern region of Wisconsin. In addition to Arts in Hand Gallery, my work can also be found in the gift shop of the Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah, Iowa.”

  • The Cottage Collection

    Traditional and modern quilts and wall hangings in colorful array, with an emphasis on machine appliqué, describes Ruth’s quilt work. Her quilts are available at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner. Categories:  Fiber Quilting Ruth Skeie P.O. Box 213 Spooner, WI 54801 715-635-2554

  • The Golden Hide

    Located in an old school building at the north end of town, Sandra creates gift items from leather and birch bark. She also has jewelry. Her work can be seen at Carpe Diam. Call for appointment. Sandra Anderson N13442 930th St P O Box 113 Sand Creek, WI 54765 715-658-0200 715-704-9257