Roo Kline

Roo@MoonwoodFarm.com

Looking for my events?
list below was last updated
on 6 June 2017
27-28 January 2017
Vendor
Oxford Fiber Arts Festival
Oxford, MS
 
10-12 February 2017
Spin-off Judge
FREE fiber workshops
TXOLAN Sweetheart Spectacular Alpaca Show
Fort Worth, TX
 
4-5 March 2017
FREE mini fiber workshops
and seminar
+ vendor booth
Southern Select Alpaca Show
Sevierville, TN
 
April 2017
Spin-off Judge
Wisconsin Alpaca & Fiber Fest
West Bend, WI
 
21-23 April 2017
vendor

Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival
Townsend, TN
 
26-27 May 2017
- How To Train Your Fiber
- Making roving on a drum carder
+ vendor booth in the Armory Building

Middle TN Fiber Festival
Dickson, TN
 
10 June 2017
Huntsville World Wide Knit In Public Day
SPARKLE Studio
Flying Monkey Theatre
2nd Floor
Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment
Huntsville, AL
REGISTER HERE!
 
17 June 2017
SPARKLE Studio grand opening celebration & reception
SPARKLE Studio
Studio # 103
Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment
Huntsville, AL
2:00pm - RIBBON CUTTING BY OTTO STRAUCH, CAKE, SPARKLING DRINKS!
RSVP HERE!
 
24 June 2017
How To Train Your Fiber
CABO members & guests
Raynay Alpaca Farm
Ruffin, NC
 
26 August 2017
How To Train Your Fiber
Art Loft Oklahoma
Guthrie, OK
 
October 2017
- Carding embellished batts, rolags and roving
- Choosing and washing a fleece: Alpaca
- How To Train Your Fiber: Alpaca
- Rustic Circular Weaving: wall hanging
- The Blending Experiment: Alpaca
- Triloom Weaving: getting creative with the cut strand method
(Registration opens for SAFF members on 29 June, and for the general public on 17 July. Please note, I will not have a vendor booth this year)

SAFF
Asheville, NC
 
I am currently not accepting any more bookings for 2017

Email me for 2018:
Roo@MoonwoodFarm.com

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Welcome to the Moonwood Farm Fiber Studio website
classes mentoring alpaca fleeces fiber embellishments

 

News: (updated 6 June 2017)

I have FINALLY opened a brick-and-mortar studio space called SPARKLE with my good friend and colleague Amy Shelton from Crochetville! Our grand opening celebration is on 17 June and everyone is welcome, but an RSVP is required so that we have enough goodies and gifts to go around. I'm absolutely THRILLED that Otto and Joanne Strauch (Strauch Fiber Equipment) are attending, and Otto will be cutting the ribbon to officially open SPARKLE Studio! Join us for cake and a sparkly drink to celebrate this very long awaited event :)

 

After so many years of being on the road and giving so much of myself to both the alpaca and the fiber industry, the time has come for me to rein in the old metal horse and focus on my health, my son, my friends, and my creativity.

I've kept to my personal promise of just one event per month for 2017 - at the time that I'm writing this my schedule is full. In 2018 you will find me at only two events, there is a small possibility of a third being added. There you will be able to attend my How To Train Your Fiber workshop and shop in my booth.

A book and video are in the works to continue sharing my knowledge and techniques with alpaca owners and fiber artists without having to travel so far from home.

 



This will allow me to truly slow down, to reconnect with creativity and flow, to restore balance (my word for 2017!), to be home for my son, and be able to properly harvest my very well established muscadine vine for the first time in two years so that I can fully immerse myself in my wine making adventures. Not to mention fully immerse into my paper making, water colours, mixed media, spinning and weaving abilities, without the constant stress of 'the next event'.

 

 

If you were hoping to book a class for 2017 you can keep an eye on possible available dates here in case of a cancellation. Please email me for a link to the cost/requirements pages for hosts.

A new chapter has been opened in The Book of Roo and I can't wait to discover what it will bring!

 

 

 
6 June 2017
 
 
 
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Roo Kline, Judy Schroeder, Jacquard, and Strauch Fiber Equipment