Welcome 2023!

The 2023 event will be held September 15–17, 2023!

With a new year comes a changing of the guard in the board.

To those who have helped serve on the board, we are so very grateful for all the energy and enthusiasm you gave to making North Country Fiber Fair 2022 a great hit.

Welcome to new board member Anna Flowers of Sioux Falls. We are still looking for a few new faces to join the board and to help with the 2023 fair. If you are interested in learning more about board membership or know someone who would be an excellent addition to our team, please contact us.

We know that our vendors are excited to get registered—letters will be sent out soon with registration opening around the first of February. In addition, we will be sending requests for class proposals soon.

If you would like to be notified of either of these, you can subscribe to the notification list for vendors and/or teachers.

As we plan, the board welcomes suggestions for classes, teachers, and/or vendors. Contact us to submit your suggestions.

30th Anniversary Booklet now available online!

  • 30th Anniversary booklet can now be downloaded!

    Visit the Promotional Materials page to get your copy as well as a printable bookmark, the 30th Anniversary NCFF Poster, and a press release you can send to your favorite print publication.

  • Class registration is open and NCFF Swag is for sale!

    View class schedules for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, or browse all classes.
    From 30th Anniversary NCFF t-shirts to great bags to fantastic travel mugs, NCFF Swag makes a great gift to yourself or someone who loves NCFF as much as you do. Orders will be available to be picked up at the Information Table at NCFF.
    While you’re shopping for classes and swag, don’t forget to pick up your tickets to the Saturday Evening Social!

  • Keep watching for more opportunities to engage with NCFF!

We’re open!

It’s official—NCFF 2022 is open, and it’s our 30th anniversary! Explore the “Event Experience” menu for special events throughout the weekend!

Browse classes by day on our class schedules: Friday Saturday Sunday

Visit the NCFF shop to register for classes and buy your NCFF swag and tickets to the Saturday Evening Social!

Update from the board

We are working on putting the finishing touches on the NCFF Booklet. If you would like to place an ad in the booklet you have a limited amount of time to get it in. Submit your ad soon at northcountryfiberfair.org/advertising-application!

Please note that we will be publishing a limited number of physical copies of the booklet this year.  A full color pdf version will be available for download in mid to late June.

Our featured instructor, Cori Eichelberger, will be leading us in a fun fiber trivia game this year. Watch for more information as NCFF approaches!

News from the NCFF Board

Cori Eichelberger, Featured Instructor for 2022

30th Anniversary Featured Instructor

Our 2022 featured instructor will be Cori Eichelberger!

Read more about Cori at irocknits.com and watch her podcast on YouTube.


If you have a fiber business and would like to submit a donation for the door prizes given out during the 30th Anniversary festitivities, email prizes@northcountryfiberfair.org.


If you have a fiber business and would like to submit a donation for the door prizes given out during the 30th Anniversary festitivities, email prizes@northcountryfiberfair.org.


Vendors, Advertising, Class Proposals… There’s still time, but they’re going fast!

We have a great lineup of vendors for our 30th Anniversary event! There are still some vendor booths available. Register by June 15 to be listed in our booklet. In the event of cancellation, the event registration fees will be refunded in full.

Advertise your fiber business in the NCFF booklet. Even if you are unable to attend, your ad will be seen by fiber folk throughout the Midwest!

Class proposals must be submitted by April 15. We define fiber arts broadly at NCFF: for example, paper, pine needles, wire, basketry, needlework, and sprang all fit under our class umbrella. Class proposals may focus on beginning or unique skills in any of the traditional fiber arts, as well as on unusual methods in a wide variety of craft forms.


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