Great Basin Fiber Arts Fair August 22-23, 2014


The Great Basin Fiber Arts Fair is a non-profit pending organization that promotes fiber arts as historical and thriving art forms.  We want to share our love of fiber arts with the our community.

The event will be held August 22-23, 2014 at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Park and Events Center is located just six minutes from I-15 at 2100 West 11400 South in South Jordan, Utah.

Take 11400 South off ramp from I-15 and head West approximately 3 miles. The Park is located two blocks west of Redwood Road.  A beautiful venue with an incredible view of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains.  

We will be indoors again this year!!!

Our friends from the fiber community will join us to demo and teach classes.  We will have samples of knitting , spinning, crochet, felting, weaving and other fiber related arts forms. 

We will also have many vendors that help you get started with the equipment and materials you will need, once you catch the fiber arts bug! 

Fiber, crafts, demos, classes and family fun all blended together.  Join us for shopping, demonstrations, competitions, and much more!

To contact us:



Planning is under way for this years fair.


Please check back often for updates.


The fair will be held Friday afternoon and evening

and all day Saturday.



Vendors for 2014, so far...!!

Wasatch Watercolours

Judy’s Novelty Wool

Jodie McDougall Studio’s

Earthly Enchantments

Greenwood Fiber Woods

Snake Creek Pottery & Fiber

Delicious Wool

Nelson Wool Works

Crooked Fence Alpacas & Mill

Blue Moon Ranch

Sunrise Ranch Alpacas

Feathergrass Fiber

Corn Creek Fiber

The One String

Greensleeves Spindles

Kitty-Rabbit Kreations

Holland Heart & Hands Massage

Fox Run Alpacas

3Wishes Fiber Arts

Traditional Basketry



All Local Guilds are welcome

Wasatch Woolpack Handspinners

Mary Meigs Atwater Weavers’ Guild

Salt Lake Knitting Guild

Northern Utah Fiber Artisans

Let us know if you would

like to demo a

fiber arts skill.







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August 22-23, 2014

Free Admission