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Wyoming Headliners… Received an award or grant for an arts project? Begun a new line of fiber arts work for sale? Offering a new class? Featured in a show? Send us your news… info@wyomingfibertrails.org    Read More »

Laramie: Fiber Classes

WOW Gallery 207 S. First, Laramie – 307-460-3304, wow@uwyo.edu WOW Gallery (Works of Wyoming) is offering three fiber arts workshops during December. For non-fiber workshops, check the website. You can see samples on display in their gallery windows. 3-D Needle Felting with Jean Rehmeier – Sat., Dec. 6, 10 […]Read More »

2015 Conservation Stamp Art Contest

SWIFT FOX IS SUBJECT OF 2015 CONSERVATION STAMP ART CONTEST Call to artists  Opens Jan. 1. Deadline: Mar. 1. In less than two months, the Game and Fish will begin accepting artwork for the 2015 Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art Contest. The swift fox, (Vulpes velox) […]Read More »

Happy Holiday Sales Across State

Go straight to the list. Wyoming loves the holidays, and Mother Nature often helps it along with snow and cold that makes us appreciate the season even more. After all, most Wyomingites wouldn’t live in the state if they weren’t fond of winter. So it’s […]Read More »

Virtual Merchandising for Retail Stores

Wyoming Business Tips Virtual Merchandising for Retail Stores Thanks to the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (WSBDC), part of WyomingEntrepreneur.Biz, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming for allowing us to reprint this article by Susan Jerke, Wyoming SBDC regional director. […]Read More »

Postal Seasonal Ship Dates - UPDATE

                  UPDATE!!! U.S. Postal Service will be delivering 7 days a week during the holidays. USPS expects to deliver between 450 and 470 million packages from Dec. 17-25 — up 12% from last year — and many […]Read More »

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Nine Tips to Boost Your Sales Now

By Caron Beesley, Contributor If you’re looking for ways to boost your holiday sales, here are few tips that can help. Keep the Small Business Saturday momentum going Small Business Saturday is still fresh in everyone’s minds, so take advantage and keep the momentum going. SBA […]Read More »

A Holiday Challenge

I Challenge You At this season of the year, we express our thanks for simple things — for the roof over our heads, the families and companions (two-footed and four-footed), and the food we share. But there is something else for which we should also […]Read More »

WyoFiberLive 2015 Editor's Update 1.0

We’d like to use a headline such as “Great! Fantastic! Not to be missed! Sign up now! Unique!” That’s actually how we feel about WyoFiberLive 2015, which will be held Sep. 18-20, 2015 at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Park in Laramie. But then, so […]Read More »

Fiber In History

Hairweaving

Fancywork hair wreath, by Mrs. J.R. (Elizabeth Carlisle) Brown, grandmother of Betty Lamar Rhodes, mother of Ross Rhodes, Thermopolis. Permanent collection of Hot Springs County Museum,  Thermopolis. Hair wreaths were popular from 1830s to 1900s. They were very individual creations and time-consuming. Few patterns existed. […]Read More »

Fiber Of The Month

Happy Trails! Quilt Block Challenge Quilt 2014, Yellowstone Quilt Fest This quilt was the raffle quilt for the Yellowstone Quilt Fest this month in Cody. The quilt blocks were submitted at last year’s Quilt Fest, then assembled for raffle this year. The quilt blocks depicted […]Read More »

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