Campers work fiber art projects

July 26, 2013 | 4:38 p.m. CDT
Campers work on different fiber art projects during summer camp Thursday in the fiber cottage at Sycamore Creek Farm in Rocheport. All of the students start by learning how to weave a simple "treasure bag," farm owner and camp counselor Catherine Stickann said. They all learn how to spin yarn from raw fibers, but then they can move on to a wide range of other projects, including weaving on a triangle loom, knitting and embroidery.

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