Exhibit

2017 Exhibit

As always, you are welcome to enter any fiber art you have made in this non-judged show.

We especially invite you, this year, to share HANDMADE Barbie doll clothes, whether you have inherited them or made them yourself. We have some goodies to show you!

click here for the exhibit entry form

2016 Exhibit

Last year we had 14 entries from 10 people. It was a great mix of techniques and materials. 147 people cast votes for their favorite, and every piece was somebody’s favorite! The winner got just 15% of the votes

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Julie Slaby made the ornaments and the tree for her entry

Julie Slaby made the ornaments and the tree for her entry

needle felting by Julie Slaby

needle felting by Julie Slaby

Viewers Choice went to Stephen Baird's flock of miniature sheep.

Viewers Choice went to Stephen Baird’s flock of miniature sheep.

The sheep really are tiny

The sheep really are tiny

The flock was printed on a 3D printer from a fiber made of corn polymer

The flock was printed on a 3D printer from a fiber made of corn polymer

Virginia Dambach's needle book and accompanying scissors case were very popular with viewers.

Virginia Dambach’s needle book and accompanying scissors case were very popular with viewers.

Doreen Lee likes to play with yo-yos.

Doreen Lee likes to play with yo-yos.

Sandra Gordon made this beautiful Aerial Night Scene

Sandra Gordon made this beautiful Aerial Night Scene

Congratulations to Ruth Morton, winner of the 2015 Viewers’ Choice Award for her beautiful woven shawl.

MORTON SCARF

122 people voted on this year’s exhibit. Well done to everyone who showed, you are all winners.

Please share your wonderful work!

Every year there is a display of all types of fiber craft. The works are NOT judged or juried–just enjoyed! People can vote for their favorite, and a Viewers’ Choice Award is given.

entry guidelines:

Fill out and mail the entry form 

Deliver your entry to the bunkhouse at Rheault Farm, 2902 25th St. S. in Fargo                                           Your work must be ready for display, whether it is framed, hung from a rod (you supply this) or on a floor stand, etc.

Pick up your entry at the same place

The farmhouse porch displayed 13 beautiful, amazing examples of fiber art in 2014.
20% of those who voted for their favorite piece chose this year’s Viewers’ Choice winner:
 What Does the Fox Say? by Beth Ambrosio, a design she modified from Art Nouveau Animal Designs from Dover

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It costs nothing to enter something you have made in our exhibit.

People love to see what can be done with fiber, yarn or fabric.

Then stop in and vote for your favorite piece in the exhibit.

 

from last year’s show:

For the third year, we’ve held an exhibit of fiber art in the porch of the farmhouse. As usual, it was quite a mix. We encourage everyone to enter a piece, there is no jurying process and no judging. The public votes for their favorite, and this year there were 173 votes cast. Every entry got several votes, 8 of them got a lot of votes, but the winner was clear–everyone loves An Array of Hedgehogs.

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Anna Baird

Anna Baird

Pamela Davis's small quilt On the Road to Joanie's includes dyeing, painting, applique, quilting and knitting. Voters gave it second place.

Pamela Davis’s small quilt On the Road to Joanie’s includes dyeing, painting, applique, quilting and knitting. Voters gave it second place.

Mary Leibel's clever Quiet Book was made for her son, Reuben, but he hasn't been allowed to play with it yet!

Mary Leibel’s clever Quiet Book was made for her son, Reuben, but he hasn’t been allowed to play with it yet!

Ilana Bjorlie's shawl was one of 5 items to incorporate kntting

Ilana Bjorlie’s shawl was one of 5 items to incorporate knitting

Clare Degerness constructed Compost on an old window screen.

Clare Degerness constructed Compost on an old window screen.

Hand spun by Sue Jacobson from wool batt

Hand spun by Sue Jacobson from wool batt

Virginia Dambach's Lace Book features photos of her mother, the late Mary Carman.

Virginia Dambach’s Lace Book features photos of her mother, the late Mary Carman.

Debbi Gerecke makes baskets for many uses.

Debbi Gerecke makes baskets for many uses.

 

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