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Linda McBain Cuyler

silk painted with a lily-type flower and an abstract background

Fibre Potpourri 2018 is Alberta's  37th annual needlecraft weekend featuring workshops and/or a stitcher’s retreat. It takes place at Red Deer College in Red Deer, Alberta. (formerly at Olds College) It is hosted in alternate years by the Edmonton Needlecraft Guild and the Calgary Guild of Needle and Fibrearts. Get all of the details on the Fibre Potpourri website.


small needle felted fox, beaver and bear in a seated position


Early-bird pricing until March 15, 2018!

Two day workshops and retreat are available, you are encouraged to register early to get your first choice. Registration closes April 15, 2018.

embroidery hoop with colourful birds, leaves and flowers densely stitched with thick threads in a naive style

Friday Evening Social & Market

A market will take place at the Friday evening social. This is a chance for participants to sell fibre art related items. These items will be handmade by the seller or stash supplies that others can use.

four rope-like bracelets with toggle clasps

Merchant Mall

The merchant mall will take place Saturday and Sunday. Confirmed merchants will be announced.

2 comments:

  1. Fibre Potpourri is always a FUN weekend and I'm really looking forward to this year!

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  2. Thanks for posting this! Everyone is welcome at our Fibrelicious weekend.

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