Fiber Arts

INSTANT COMFORT
Anne Cole-Fairfield
207-882-5078
Wiscasset
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JA DESIGNER COLLECTIONS
Jane Arey
Our necklaces come in 3 length and 5 fiber styles: 18", 12" Ribbon, Jewel, Shimmer, Plush & Bamboo with magnetic clasp closures and 36" open-ended Bohemian Ribbon Style that can be worn as a necklace, scarf, wrap, or belt!

The five collection styles of fiber necklaces casual & outgoing, jazzy & bold, sleek & elegant which makes them year-round favorites. The necklaces are well saturated in color and designed with multiple strands of colorful cotton, coordinated gem-like ribbon and other fibers to create a unique pattern to suit anyone’s style.

207-478-3014
Bucksport
Kitchen Towels with knit tops
Joanne Lepage
Specialize in hand knitting and assorted hand sewn felt magnets.

Please contact Joanne by phone with any inquiries. Thank you

207-743-8431
South Paris
Kim Pauley
978-457-4071
Westbrook
Roseann Kennedy
South Portland
Lap Quilt
Peggi Loveless
I enjoy pulling fabric designs and colors together to create unique, one-of-a-kind quilted pieces. Everything from pins to lap quilts.

I have been sewing since I was 10 years old and quilting for the past 20+ years. Many of my pieces are based on traditional quilt blocks, interpreted in modern fabrics. All fabrics are first-quality 100% cotton. I use Warm & Natural batting and cotton thread. All quilting is by machine. I use a domestic sewing machine so I am not able to create quilts larger than lap size. Bindings are machine stitched to front and hand turned to the back.

207-547-4186
Sidney
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MAINE-LY WOOL MITTENS
Karenina Cooper
Upcycled wool mittens, hats, etc.

At Maine-ly Wool Mittens I use only up-cycled wool and fleece for my mittens. I believe that helping the environment is a responsibility that we all share. I help keep our landfills small by sourcing from local thrift shops and yard sales. I give new life to an old tired sweater by creating a one of a kind pair of mittens. Even my scraps are donated back to my local Goodwill stores where they get yet another chance to become something useful such as sound insulation in car doors.
At Maine-ly Wool Mittens I try to make the world a little better, one pair of mittens at a time.

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