Fiber Arts

Fiber Arts

Anne Peters
Lynn Bostrom
Angelena Rogers
Unique heirloom teddy bears can be created from your own furs, fabrics, and sentimental clothing.

After making teddy bears as a hobby for many years, Angie Rogers started her business of selling her creations in 1995. She creates unique, collectable mohair bears from her own original designs, and also works with customers to make heirloom “memory bears” from their own sentimental furs, fabrics, and clothing. After exhibiting at the annual Cumberland Craft Show for nearly 20 years, currently (for the year 2017), Angie will not be participating in any show events, and is available for a very limited amount of teddy bear work. Check back for an update prior to the New Year, and thank you to all loyal friends, collectors, and admirers for so many years of support and inspiration!

Kathleen Closson
Joann White
Irena Henry
Connie Brown

All of the products that I make are hand-woven in my studio in Orland, Maine. I weave all of the fabric, then either hem the pieces or make a product from the fabric. After the fabric or pieces are woven, they are machine washed and dried. Therefore, everything can be put in the washer and dryer with no worries!

Roberta Hebert
Carole Halteman
© United Maine Craftsmen 2017.