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Weaving with natural fibers

Sarah Noggle credits the Brown County Spinners and Weaver's Guild for most of the knowledge she gained in fiber arts during the '80s and '90s. She participated in many of the weaving, spinning, felting and other fiber art workshops the guild sponsored during that time. With this fibery knowledge, she went on to work and teach at Yarns Unlimited, a knitting and weaving shop in Bloomington, for 25 years.

She has given workshops, demonstrations and taught at fiber guilds across the Midwest, the Indianapolis Children's Museum, with the Indiana State park system and at Elderhostel events in Indiana.

Sarah's work tends toward more practical woven items but at times she gets carried away with the downright silly ... puppets and 3-D sculpture.

When she's not weaving, she works with the Lotus Education and Arts Foundation as year-round Volunteer Coordinator for world music events and children's educational events.

Sarah, her husband David, and their four grown children have built their own home over the last 30 years. The studio was originally a barn for horses, sheep and rabbits, was remodeled to be a wood shop, and then the weaving studio. She has four looms and many interesting and odd accoutrements that come with working in fiber including her great-great-great-grandmother's spinning wheel.

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