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Join us in Australia for a fun and fibre-filled camp in 2024!
12–14 April 2024
Arriving from 4.30pm on the 12th
Departing by 4.30pm on the 14th
Includes workshops, meals and accommodation (shared rooms, lower bunks only).
Bedding and towels are not supplied.
- Spinning wheel – attendees must provide their own (functioning!) spinning wheel. This does not need to be a Majacraft wheel, but you should be competent at using it.
- Bedding – you will need to bring a sleeping bag, pillow and towel (or equivalent bedding) as this is not supplied.
- Fibre – most fibre will be supplied. We will advise you of any small additions or optional extras.
Registration & Payment
- Complete the registration form
- Submit payment via the online shop (select either full price or a payment plan option)
To pay via direct bank transfer or via credit card over the phone, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Janet on 0425 777 173.
2024 Workshops and tutors
Workshops will run Friday evening, Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.
Joan Ruane (USA)
Joining us for our 2024 Camp we have Joan Ruane, the ‘Queen of Cotton’, all the way from Tucson, USA. Joan brings to us her wealth of knowledge of all things hemp – a strong, durable, long-lasting, naturally soft fibre.
Charan Sachar (USA)
Charan Sachar is an inspirational art yarn spinner all the way from Washington, USA. Charan brings to us his creative passion for colour and textures. At camp you will be learning Charan’s fancy plying ‘Fishnet Yarn’ technique.
Pat Old (NZ)
Pat Old is well known throughout New Zealand as one of our most knowledgable and experienced spinners and teachers. She tutors the Creative Fibre NZ Handspinners Certificate, and has authored the book ‘In A Spin’. For this Camp Pat will be teaching her ‘Crimp, Spin, Ply’ class, sharing some technical knowledge that is sure to improve your spinning.
Emily De Rango (Aus)
Emily De Rango is fascinated by the interplay of fibre, yarn construction and cloth-making, and designing yarns that suit their intended purpose. Emily’s handspun yarn and garments have won a number of first prizes at the Australian Sheep and Wool Show. For Camp 2024, Emily will be teaching a class focussing on elasticised yarns.