East Penn Press

Thursday, October 19, 2017
PRESS PHOTOS BY LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKIThe Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at Wildlands Conservancy recently featured workshops, demonstrations and artisans focused on the fiber arts. ABOVE: Diana Defanti, of Macungie, and Karen Hartzell, of South Whitehall Township, represent the Crazy Quilters Quilt Guild, Emmaus, at the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at the Wildlands Conservancy. They sold tickets for PRESS PHOTOS BY LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKIThe Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at Wildlands Conservancy recently featured workshops, demonstrations and artisans focused on the fiber arts. ABOVE: Diana Defanti, of Macungie, and Karen Hartzell, of South Whitehall Township, represent the Crazy Quilters Quilt Guild, Emmaus, at the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at the Wildlands Conservancy. They sold tickets for
Hedge Sefcovic, of Emmaus, one of the organizers of the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival, held at the Wildlands Conservancy, looks over some colorful hand-knitted toddler’s sweaters at the consignment sale at the festival. Hedge Sefcovic, of Emmaus, one of the organizers of the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival, held at the Wildlands Conservancy, looks over some colorful hand-knitted toddler’s sweaters at the consignment sale at the festival.
Carolyn Hoffman, of Macungie, demonstrates her skill at spinning yarn from wool at the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus. She is a member of the Second Street Spinners group, which meets at the Hellertown Library. Carolyn Hoffman, of Macungie, demonstrates her skill at spinning yarn from wool at the Lehigh Valley Fiber Festival at the Wildlands Conservancy in Emmaus. She is a member of the Second Street Spinners group, which meets at the Hellertown Library.

LEHIGH VALLEY FIBER FESTIVAL

Thursday, October 12, 2017 by The Press in Local News

Fiber-filled fun in Emmaus