Fostering Creativity in the Fiber Arts

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Located in the heart of North Carolina’s beautiful Yadkin Valley, The Yadkin Valley Fiber Room (YVFR) is an extension of the Yadkin Arts Council. It exists as a space of learning and creativity dedicated to broadening understanding of fiber arts, crafts such as weaving, spinning, felting, and fiber-based sculpture.

Located just two doors down from the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center and Third Branch Café, the Fiber Room offers a variety of courses from local and visiting artists and studio loom rentals. Additionally, the YVFR conducts the Olds College Master Weaving and Spinning Programs, and hosts numerous fiber-related guild meetings. While the Fiber Room’s focus is weaving, it’s eggplant-purple doors are open to any student of the fiber arts with an interest in cultivating their craft within its walls.

In addition to a full teaching space equipped with dye station, warping boards, and numerous looms, the Yadkin Valley Fiber Room is proud to offer a range of fiber materials and finished products from local artisans.