Olde Liberty Fibre Faire
Celebrating and sharing the love of handcrafted fibre goodness!
Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 to 4:00 p.m.
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Raffle
Bedford County native and reknowned knitwear designer,
Ann McCauley,
has donated copies of her books.
An anonymous donor
has gifted an Amish-style swift
to the raffle.
Jill's Beaded Knit Bits
gifted a set of her lovely markers
Alpaca Culture
donated a subscription
to their magazine.
A set of bamboo DPNs'
was shared by an anonymous donor.
People's Furniture
of Bedford, Virginia
has gifted the lamp pictured below
An anonymous donor
has gifted a DeWalt Tool Combo Kit
A Goode View Alpaca Farm
the OLFF host,
has donated two alpacas to the
raffle.  Retail value:  $4500.00.
In order to win one of these
wonderful alpacas, the winner
must already have on-site facilities to
care for these animals.
A Goode View Alpaca Farm is
offering care lessons and a month 
of boarding to the winner.
Anonymously donated were
five Midge Ovenshire
mixed media arts.
Strauch Fiber Equipment
has generously gifted a
set of 6 inch wool hand cards
with a retail value of  $84
MichellesAssortment
has donated two lovely,
handmade shawl pins.
Cynthia Wood Spinner
has shared a handmade crochet hook;
winner chooses the size.
The beautiful shawlette pictured below was anonymously donated.
Spinn Lady Fibers
has donated a skein of
her wonderful fiber
Greenberry House
has contributed a fingerless
mitt kit to the raffle
GrammaDarlasShop
is donating something special!
Nana Sadie Rose
has gifted a drawstring and
zippered bag set
J&J Naturals
are donating one of their
extraordinary pendants
Misty Mountain Farm
has donated a shop 
gift certificate
Especially for Ewe
is sharing a
hand smocked dress
GlitzNGlaze 
will be donating a handcrafted
shawl pin or button set
Appalachian Leicester Longwool 
is donating
a skein of their natural fiber
Delectable Hills Farm
 is donating a gift set of three soaps and a lotion
Geek Chic Knits
has shared a skein of
her fabulous fiber
The New River Fiber Co
donated a skein of their fiber, a needle gauge and accessories
Spinfoolish Designs
shared a bag of their
luscious spinning fiber