Gallery: Flagstaff holds Wool and Fiber Festival
The Flag Wool & Fiber Festival is an annual celebration that connects the public to the rich cultural history of regional fiber arts.
Louisa and Ian O-Meara watch as Lynn Nelson of Nelson's Wool Works spins yarn at his vendor tent at the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival hosted at the Pioneer Museum Saturday morning. Young Ian even got to help pedal the machine and take home a piece of yarn.
Twenty-month-old Elliott Seitz expresses his excitement at sighting a camel Saturday morning as his mother, Sophie Seitz, holds him up to get a closer look at the desert dweller during the Flagstaff Woll and Fiber Festival hosted at the Pioneer Museum.
Cheryl Coronado-Bruton discusses her pine needle basket weaving art form Saturday morning during the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival hosted at the Pioneer Museum.
Bundles of brightly colored handmade yarns are available for sale at one of many vendor tents at the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival hosted at the Pioneer Museum Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds of people browse the vendor tents and check out the demonstrations Saturday afternoon at the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival at the Pioneer Museum. Folks were able to try out spinning machines, purchase yarn and handmade goods, and even pet camels during the event.
The steam train engine outside of the Pioneer Museum is covered in handmade blankets and quilts Saturday morning during the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival. The train is usually covered in blankets a few weeks before the event as a promotion in hopes to attract more visitors.
Monsoon clouds won't easily scare off Flagstaff residents Saturday morning as they browse the vendor tents at the Flagstaff Wool and Fiber Festival hosted at the Pioneer Museum.
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