Knitting - Crochet - Sewing - Embroidery - Felting - Weaving - Needle Punching 

Dear Fiber Friends,

We are back!

Because of the Covid pandemic we had to close the store in the mall in Potomac and moved the studio to my house in Carderock Springs, Bethesda.

It is a dedicated space, twice the size, with a beautiful patio, separate entrance, bathroom and kitchenette. Also comes with a puppy, which has been a hit with summer campers.

We are all fully vaccinated and frequently tested, so in person classes, camps and birthday parties can safely be scheduled individually by e-mail or phone.

In person After School Classes for 2021/2022 are back on, and registration happens HERE
To make sure fiber arts is "your thing" new to us students need to apply by submitting this form for a try-out class.

Looking far ahead, we will be holding small summer camps in person from mid June to mid July in 2022.
You can Email us to reserve your spot and the online registration will go live in March.

And if you are still careful, we also have a full repertoire of online class options that come with a class kit and instructional video. Some of them are listed here. E-mail us for a full catalog to order one, or your vacation busy box to take with you?

Project kits are also available to purchase in my ETSY SHOP and additional supplies in our online supply store HERE.

Also, please check out the FiberArt.STUDIO Blog for ongoing projects and ways to keep your kids busy and motivated.

Stay tuned and watch my newsletter for updates and news about new fiber adventures. You can subscribe below.

With lots of strings attached and good health to you and yours,

Anja S. Caldwell, 

Covid-19 Vaccinated Owner



We thank all of you again and again who have donated classes and bought our handmade masks to keep us afloat throughout 2020. We donated 350 masks and sold almost 100. 
We did not qualify for any aid because we have no employees, so this small woman owned and local business could not have survived without you. 
Our Fiber Peeps are the best! 
The mask donation effort was in a segment of the PBS Newshour. 
You can see the video