Sept. 10, 11 & 12 Welcome our Virtual NFF Zoom Instructors

for 2021 

All classes are Pacific Time (PT)


Kira Dulaney

Crocheted Lace

​Saturday, Sept. 11   1:00 - 3:00pm (PT)  2 hrs

Kira Dulaney has taught fiber arts classes since 2002, focusing on providing valuable information in a stress-free environment and supporting students through the learning process. She is the designer behind Kira K Designs, a line of original knitting and crochet patterns and kits. You can connect with Kira through

Rima Greer

Needle Tatting to Create Lace and Jewelry    Friday, Sept. 10    10 -12 (PT)  2 hrs.

Sewing With Your Handwovens                        Friday, Sept. 10     1 - 3pm (PT)  2 hrs.

Rima offers classes in sewing, designing and creating patterns, tatting and many other fabric and fiber related classes

Linda Hartshorn

Weaving in a Parallel Universe

7   1Hr classes over three days.  all classes (PT)

Friday, Sept. 10      10am, 1pm & 4pm. (one hour each)

Saturday, Sept. 11 10am, 1pm, & 4pm. (one hour each)

Sunday, Sept. 12    10am. (one hour)

Linda is known for unique dyework and lively use of color in her handwoven textiles. With over fifteen years of teaching experience, Linda shares her positive, fun and supportive style in workshops all over the country.  When she’s not teaching, Linda weaves and dyes at her home in Northern California.

John Marshall

Singing the Blues:  Dyeing with Fresh Leaf Indigo

Saturday, Sept.11   9-11am (PT)  2hrs

John Marshall has spent the past fifty years deeply involved in traditional Japanese textiles techniques, specializing in natural dyes on natural fibers. His recent publication, Singing the Blues, is the go-to book for anyone interested in exploring the fascinating realm of dyeing with fresh-leaf Persicaria tinctoria through the lens of Japanese traditions. 

Colors of the Earth, Colors of the Sky (lecture for Seattle Art Museum with references to Japanese indigo)
Fresh-Leaf Indigo Magic!
What is Indigo?
Singing the Blues – Soulful Dyeing for All Eternity
A Collector’s Guide to Japanese Textiles: INDIGO

Sunni Scrivner

Intro to Brioche Stitch
Saturday, September 11th    9am to 12 am. (PT) 3 Hrs

Sunni Scrivner is the owner of Yarn in Eureka and is an award winning knitwear pattern designer. She has been knitting for more than 20 years and teaching knitting for at least 15 years. Sunni’s students consistently praise her clear and patient instruction.



April Sproule

Japanese Inspired Boro Stitching.    6 hrs over two Saturdays

Saturday, Sept. 11    9-12 (PT). 3hrs

Saturday, Sept. 18     9-12 (PT). 3hrs

Sproule Studios

April Sproule is a mixed media textile artist who has a great love of design and the many ways it can be used to enrich our lives. April is happy to offer workshops on contemporary hand embroidery and slow stitching techniques to introduce others to this loveliest of art forms. 

Sproule Studios Textiles Group:


Teaching sustainable traditions for 29 years