Please check with show contact, guild website or a quilt shop in the area to verify information...............................................

                                                            

New Shows not in the 14th Edition.
Legend
Location of show. Click on month next to the city to view the information about that show. Shows are listed by Date in their respective month, not by City.
Petoskey June
Charlevoix June
Standish - Jan
Ann Arbor July
Dimondale - May
Lansing - Sept
Jackson - May
Holland - May
Saginaw - March
Midland - May
Bay City - April
Grand Haven - July
Coopersville - Aug thru Sept
Novi - Sept
St. Clair Shores - March
Roseville - April
Flushing - April
Brighton - Aug
South Haven - Aug
Allegan - April
St. Joseph - Oct
Madison Heights - June
Durand - Oct
Livonia - Oct
Southfield - Oct
Cadillac - Sept
Kalamazoo Oct
Clarkston
Oct
Gaylord - Oct
Grand Rapids - Aug, Oct
Marshall - March, Sept
Lake Orion - April
Hadley - Sept
Niles - Sept
Harrisville - Sept or Oct
Oscoda - Sept
Big Rapids - June
Montague - July
New Era - July
Howard City - Sept
Escanaba Oct
Marquette - Nov
Sault Ste. Marie - Sept
Ironwood - Sept





































































February
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Chelsea
           Annual, 3rd Saturday in February


Winter Fleece Fair
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed):
Contacts       Website: sites.google.com/site/a2spinnersflock/       Email: spinnersflock@gmail.com       Phone: ,
Location: Beach Middle School, 445 Mayer Dr., Chelsea, 48118
Hours: Sat 10 - 4       Admission: Free      
Sponsored by: , ,
The Spinner?s Flock is a group of dedicated hand spinners and fiber enthusiasts (knitters, crocheters, felters, weavers, etc.) from Southeastern Michigan, northern Ohio and Indiana. Our members are committed to improving and teaching the craft of hand spinning, as well as spreading the good news everywhere of the superior quality of Michigan Wool for all kinds of clothing and crafts. Many of our members raise their own fiber, including wool, alpaca, mohair and angora.


August
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Holland
           Odd years, 1st Wed.-Sun. in August


MLH Workshops and Conference
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed): June 3 - 5, 2016
Contacts       Website: www.mlhguild.org       Email: info@mlhguild.org       Phone: ,
Location: Hope College, , Holland,
Hours: Vendors Sat. 8 - 6, Sun. 8:30 - 1:30       Admission:      
Sponsored by: , ,
Workshops for an exciting three days of fiber activities. The quiet, serene campus of Hope College, set in the heart of Holland, Michigan?s business district provides a wonderful environment for meeting fiber friends as well as pursuing, furthering and challenging your fiber interests.




Allegan
           Annual, 2nd Wed-Sun, Aug


Michigan Fiber Festival
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed): August 17-21, 2016
Contacts       Website: www.michiganfiberfestival.info       Email: mffestival@sbcglobal.net       Phone: ,
Location: Allegan County Fairgrounds, 150 Allegan County Fair Dr, Allegan, 49010-1080
Hours: Fri 10-6, Sat 9-6, Sun 10-4       Admission:      
Sponsored by: , ,
We would like to invite you to take part in our annual workshop programs! We offer courses that relate to natural fibers, plants, fiber producing animals, animal management, and animal care. Food will be available at the fairgrounds or at many eating places a short distance away in the city of Allegan.


September
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East Lansing
           Annual, early September


Lamafest Showcase
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed):
Contacts       Website: www.lamafest.com       Email: info@lamafest.com       Phone: Don Topliff, (517) 655-5988
Location: The Pavilion, Michigan State Uniiversity, East Lansing,
Hours:       Admission:      
Sponsored by: , ,
Load up the family and come to Lamafest. There is something for everyone whether young or old, so come and see how beautiful and fun llamas and alpacas can be.




Romeo
           Annual, 4th Sat-Sun, Sept


Mt. Bruce Station Sheep & Wool Festival
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed):
Contacts       Website: www.sheepstuff.com/Festival.html       Email: uhlianuk@sheepstuff.com       Phone: , (810) 798-2568
Location: Mt. Bruce Station, 6440 Bordman Rd, Romeo, 48065
Hours: 10-5       Admission: $7, under 5 free      
Sponsored by: , ,
Sheep Shearing * Border Collie Field Demonstrations * Fiber Animals * Demonstrations on fiber crafts, beekeeping, broom making and other farm & country skills * Entertainment and Food




West Branch
           Annual, Last weekend in September


Northern Michigan Lamb & Wool Festival
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed):
Contacts       Website: www.lambandwoolfestival.com       Email:       Phone: ,
Location: Ogemaw County Fairgrounds, 2300 Rifle River Trail, West Branch, 48661
Hours: Sat. 9 - 5, Sun. 10 - 4       Admission:      
Sponsored by: , ,
Great classes and vendors.


October
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Dimondale
           Annual, early October


Michigan International Alpaca Fest
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed): Oct. 1 & 2, 2016
Contacts       Website: www.alpacafest.org       Email: alapacafamilyfarm&yahoo.com       Phone: Nancy Rogers, (989) 330-5352
Location: The Summit Sports & Ice, 9410 Davis Hwy., Dimondale, 48821
Hours:       Admission:      
Sponsored by: , ,
The show provides an opportunity for members to display quilts they have made and gives the public an opportunity to see and learn about quilt making. Members also donate hand made items for a silent auction, and a gift boutique, for the public as well as members to purchase. Raffle tickets are sold at the show where all can buy a chance for a full size quilt.




Ann Arbor
           Annual, 4th Weekend in October


Fiber Expo
           Next Show Dates (when confirmed): Oct. 22 & 23, 2016
Contacts       Website: www.fiberexpo.com       Email: info@fiberexpo.com       Phone: Connie Hydel, (734) 546-0032
Location: Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Rd, Ann Arbor, 48103
Hours: Sat 9-5, Sun 10-4       Admission: $4, under 5 free      
Sponsored by: , ,
Attend Classes to Learn a New Skill * Visit the Vendors, Start Your Christmas Shopping Early * Talk to Breeders About Their Fiber Animals


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