Crochet at Oregon Flock and Fiber 4

2013-05-10 16.58.29History is being made this September!

For the first time EVER crochet is the focus at the amazing fiber event, Oregon Flock and Fiber.

Affectionately known as OFF – Oregon Flock and Fiber is an amazing event; fiber, classes, yarn, classes, animals, classes, exhibits, classes – oh yes, did I mention classes?




CLF Pro’s Shannon & Jason Mullet Bowlsby of Shibaguyz Designz are teaching some amazing classes (read more about it in their announcement on )¬†that you can’t afford to miss. If you’ve never had the pleasure of taking a Shibaguyz class then you must understand this: You will leave the class with more than you expect, you will leave armed with new knowledge, how to apply that knowledge and you will have fun doing it!

Beyond the classes – Crochet is taking it’s place in the sun and is front and center in a ground breaking exhibition and this is where you come in. If you’re a crochet lover in the Pacific Northwest we need YOU!

We want the fiber world to see the BEST crochet has to offer, and yes you are the best my pretties! We need you to enter your shawls, vests, sweaters, hats, free form art, jewelry, blankets and layettes, we need doilies and amigurumi – WE NEED YOU TO ENTER! Don’t second guess this, yes YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH – Yes you are AWESOME – YES your work is good enough – don’t make me drag you down there – and yes, I am creating something cool for this because damn it – we need to show how AWESOME WE ARE.

If you’re tired of complaining that we don’t get any respect, if you’re tired of feeling like Jan Brady at fiber events (Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!) then by the love of ALL THAT IS FUZZY you need to stand up, HOOK UP and enter this!


Go HERE to discover how you can be part of this historic moment for Crochet at Oregon Flock and Fiber!


About Laurie A. Wheeler

Laurie A. Wheeler is a blogger, crochet addict, yarn designer and champion for independant artisans and crafters. She is also known as Fearless Leader of the Crochet Liberation Front.

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