Espanola Fibre
Arts Festival

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3rd Annual Espanola Fibre Arts Festival
– October 18, 2014 –
175 Avery Street, Espanola

“I had such a good time last weekend, I just had to write and tell you! It was one of the nicest events I’ve attended. I really enjoyed chatting with the vendors and there was a wonderful variety of fibre artists and fibre lovers. Good job everyone and I hope you have a repeat performance next year. I’ll be attending your next show. Keep up the good work”.  Glenna From Sudbury

Exhibitor applications for 2014 available here

One of the Winning Aprons of the
2013 Sewing Contest ‘An Apron For the Festival’

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                                      – 2013 Fibre Bombing Espanola! –

The Espanola Fibre Arts Festival organized a local Fibre Art Installation.  Please visit our facebook page for more great photos


Photo by Sheri Commission

            Fibre  bombing is considered a “type of graffiti that employs colourful 
                displays of knitted or crocheted yarn rather than paint or chalk”

To see more photos of our Fibre Bombing efforts please visit our facebook page at 

Photo by Kathy Carre

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