The Pennsylvania Llama & Alpaca Association will host its annual Fall Fiber Festival Nov. 18 and 19, 2017, at the Leesport Farmer’s Market, bringing fiber artistry to Berks County.
Dozens of local fiber artists and crafters from Pennsylvania and surrounding states will be present featuring their fiber blends and hand-made finished products. Visitors will find various blends of alpaca, llama, wool, angora, and unusual products that include yak, camel, and beaver.
The Pennsylvania Llama and Alpaca Association is a cooperative group of llama and alpaca breeders and enthusiasts from Pennsylvania and neighboring states. This will be PLAA’s second year holding the festival at the Leesport Farmer’s Market grounds, it’s fourth overall since adopting the annual event under the association’s name in 2014.
To celebrate, hundreds of dollars’ worth of products will be awarded as door prizes to attendees on both days. On-site spinning and weaving demonstrations will be held during the two-day festival while hands-on beading and felting classes are available on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Pre-registration is required–class size is limited.