Kelly Fort's Profile

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This shop includes items made by several members of our family.

Kelly has been knitting, felting, and spinning for years and creates all of our woven items. She enjoys creating art yarns and designing knitted and woven items and other fluffy things. When she's not feeling "fluffy," she loves to hammer and shape metal into jewelry. Her favorite media are copper and brass, often accented with her handspun yarn.

Dale is a Low Country native at least seven generations deep and currently resides on Wadmalaw Island, SC. Dale is an avid woodturner and the president of the Charlestown Woodturners Club. Dale grew up in the middle of Francis Marion National Forest and has been a part of the building supply industry since 1983. His grandfathers were both woodworkers and his father worked in the forest industry so you can say the love of wood is in the blood. While he’s certainly pa…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 6
  • Joined April 27, 2011

Favorite materials

wool, felt, cotton, wood, thread, silk, yarn, wool locks, recycled materials, copper, brass

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About

This shop includes items made by several members of our family.

Kelly has been knitting, felting, and spinning for years and creates all of our woven items. She enjoys creating art yarns and designing knitted and woven items and other fluffy things. When she's not feeling "fluffy," she loves to hammer and shape metal into jewelry. Her favorite media are copper and brass, often accented with her handspun yarn.

Dale is a Low Country native at least seven generations deep and currently resides on Wadmalaw Island, SC. Dale is an avid woodturner and the president of the Charlestown Woodturners Club. Dale grew up in the middle of Francis Marion National Forest and has been a part of the building supply industry since 1983. His grandfathers were both woodworkers and his father worked in the forest industry so you can say the love of wood is in the blood. While he’s certainly passionate about working with wood, it is finding that hidden treasure in each piece of wood that keeps him motivated and sharing the discoveries.

Kayleigh spins, felts, tats, sews, knits, and just loves fiber! She is passionate about felting and tatting in particular. Her favorite stress relief is needle felting 3D creatures. She teaches beginning tatting at a local quilt shop. You can often find her spinning in costume at Charles Towne Landing.

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