Click here to view our November 2015 Exhibition
Wairua o te harakeke    Spirit of the flax bush
A variety of unique artistic products, from Cards to Lampshades
100% sustainable, made with traditional Maori principles.
by Dunedin Artist - Pania Brunning.

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Nelson Creative Fibre Group
Local craft group open to anyone interested in fibre arts including knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving, felting and dyeing. Check out our Facebook page for more information.

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Links to previous Exhibitions:
Oct 2015 Gifts - Rosalie Cruickshank
Sep 2015 Recovered  Lyn Hamilton

Aug 2015 Feathers & Things - Faye Wullf
Jul 2015 Focus on DIY for Winter
Jun 2015 The Sukita Project
May 2015 Collection of Artworks
Apr 2015 Fabulous Fine Felted Fibre
Mar 2015 Follies of a Pirate

Feb 2015 Rainbow Dreams
Jan 2015 Summer Selection
Dec 2014 Encaustic Artworks
Nov 2014 Clean, Green NZ Summer Holiday
Oct 2014 Changing Tides
Sep 2014 Colours of Nelson
Aug 2014 Silk Un-Cocooned
Jul 2014 Can We Help

Be sure to visit Fibre Spectrum when in Nelson
¬©Fibre Spectrum Co-operative 2015.   Web Design by John Cooper. Craft Photos by Tony Harris
Links to Members Websites:                  
Joanne Weaving Studio:
Alpaca, Possum & Wool-Mohair Accessories
Spiral Studio (Mary Andrews - Tutor)
Feltmaking Classes
JointWorks Studio (Jane & Tony Clark):
Handcrafted fine furniture and hand weaving
Click here to read the article written by Sue Schneider about the history and development of Fibre Spectrum
Are you a Fibre Artist or Artisan living in the Top of the South Island?
We sell approved work on commission! Interested?
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The Fibre Spectrum Story
In 1987 a group of handweavers came together to sell their wares collectively from this historic 100 year old building. The modern looms and spinning wheels used for this purpose do not differ significantly from those used in the 18th century by the early cloth weavers who laboured to produce clothing for their families.
Today, weavers and fibre artists are producing many quality items in a range of vibrant colours, textures, and styles, whilst still retaining the individuality of this ancient craft.
Some of the work produced
by our Fibre Artists:
See us for a wide range of
quality giftware & novelties

Be sure to visit Fibre Spectrum when in Nelson
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Link to the current Exhibition:(click here)