By Marci Whitehurst
Contributing Writer 

Copper K Fiber Festival Saturday, Sunday


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Pictured is Copper K Fiber Festival co-founder Kami Noyes.

Knitting or felting conversations may trigger thoughts of our grandmas or the homesteading era; however, fiber arts have made a strong comeback as a way to connect with others, natural resources, and possibly our roots.

Local artisan, Kami Noyes, has found her niche in growing, spinning, and creating with natural fibers. As a fifth generation rancher raising cattle and sheep, Kami's agricultural roots run deep. She remembers having sheep as a child. When her kids were little, she picked up a couple bum lambs for them to raise. When it came time to sheer them, Kami sold their wool on eBay....

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