UnicornFiberArts

Unicorn Fiber Arts here for your fiber arts needs

Los Angeles, California · 33 Sales

UnicornFiberArts

Unicorn Fiber Arts here for your fiber arts needs

Los Angeles, California 33 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(11)

Announcement   Welcome to Unicorn Fiber Arts! I started Unicorn Fiber Arts because I love fiber arts and LOVE teaching people new fiber crafts!

I can be found teaching crafts classes to all ages, including many classes at Griffin Dyeworks’ annual Fiber Retreats and one-day Fiber Frolics.

I teach weaving (inkle and card), knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo braiding, lucet cord making, needle tatting, and more. I also enjoy crochet, needlepoint, Tunisian crochet, embroidery, beading, and love learning new techniques.

To supply my many students with the proper materials, and expand my teaching to folks who can't attend my classes, I started making and selling my own knitting, cross stitch, and kumihimo kits.s.

So Unicorn Fiber Arts sells fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, and other cool stuff I enjoy doing.

I sell here, and at My Creative Outlet in Chatsworth, Griffin Dyeworks events, Society for Creative Anachronism Living History events in Southern California, and online at http://UnicornFiberArts.com

I have been involved with fiber arts for over 40 years. Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, I has been received arts awards for kumihimo, lucet, inkle, and weaving. At the LA County Fair, I have received blue ribbons for knitting and weaving, and red ribbons for spinning and crafting.

Thanks for stopping by my shop!

-- Debbie, Unicorn Fiber Arts

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Last updated on Jan 8, 2018

Welcome to Unicorn Fiber Arts! I started Unicorn Fiber Arts because I love fiber arts and LOVE teaching people new fiber crafts!

I can be found teaching crafts classes to all ages, including many classes at Griffin Dyeworks’ annual Fiber Retreats and one-day Fiber Frolics.

I teach weaving (inkle and card), knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo braiding, lucet cord making, needle tatting, and more. I also enjoy crochet, needlepoint, Tunisian crochet, embroidery, beading, and love learning new techniques.

To supply my many students with the proper materials, and expand my teaching to folks who can't attend my classes, I started making and selling my own knitting, cross stitch, and kumihimo kits.s.

So Unicorn Fiber Arts sells fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, and other cool stuff I enjoy doing.

I sell here, and at My Creative Outlet in Chatsworth, Griffin Dyeworks events, Society for Creative Anachronism Living History events in Southern California, and online at http://UnicornFiberArts.com

I have been involved with fiber arts for over 40 years. Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, I has been received arts awards for kumihimo, lucet, inkle, and weaving. At the LA County Fair, I have received blue ribbons for knitting and weaving, and red ribbons for spinning and crafting.

Thanks for stopping by my shop!

-- Debbie, Unicorn Fiber Arts

Debbie Coyle

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Debbie Coyle

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Unicorn Fiber Arts sells fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, brewing kits and materials, and other cool stuff we enjoy doing.

Unicorn Fiber Arts sells fiber arts supplies and kits, fiber related items, brewing kits and materials, and other cool stuff we enjoy doing.

Unicorn Fiber Arts is a business owned by Tim Coyle (aka Master Timotheus Zacharia van Schloss Zwilling) and Debbie Coyle (aka Dame Lynnette de Sandoval del Valle de los Unicornios).

From 1989 to 1998 we did business as House of Zacharia and sold baskets, candles, and self printed publications.

In 2008 we resurrected House of Zacharia as a collective of House of Zacharia Press (managed by Tim) selling self published books on brewing and historical topics, and Unicorn Fiber Arts (managed by Debbie) selling handmade items, craft kits, and Tim's brewing kits and items.

We sell at Society for Creative Anachronism Living History events in Southern California, at Griffin Dyeworks events, Monrovia Street Fairs, and online on this website. Check out our upcoming shows
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Debbie Coyle has been involved with fiber arts for over 40 years.

She teaches weaving (inkle and card), knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo braiding, lucet cord making, potpourri, bath salts, and flavored vinegars, but she also enjoys crochet, needlepoint, Tunisian crochet, embroidery, beading, and loves learning new techniques.

She can be found teaching crafts classes to all ages, including many classes at Griffin Dyeworks’ annual Fiber Retreats and one-day Fiber Frolics.

Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, she has been received arts awards for kumihimo, lucet, inkle, herbal usage, brewing, and weaving. At the LA County Fair, Debbie has been recognized with blue ribbons for knitting and weaving, and red ribbons for spinning and crafting.

To supply those many students with the proper materials, Debbie turned to making her own knitting, cross stitch, and kumihimo kits, and selling other fiber supplies.
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Tim is a Master Brewer and a Senior Judge in the Right Noble Brewers Guild of Caid.

He's been brewing since 1972, and has brewed 500+ gallons of mead, wine, liquor, beer, and more.

He teaches classes in beginning, intermediate, and advanced brewing and judging; as well as a number of shorter, brewing related classes.

He is the author of Don't Panic: A Beginners' Guide to Brewing. For more brewing info, visit our brewing page.

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  • Debbie Coyle

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    I love fiber arts and LOVE teaching people new fiber crafts! I teach weaving, knitting, cross-stitch, spinning, kumihimo, lucet, needle tatting, and more. I enjoy several other fiber arts, and love learning new techniques. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Tim Coyle

    Owner, Super Supporter, Assistant

    Tim is the schlepper, strong back, resident tall guy, assistant at anything, and most valuable helper of all times! He is there to help with and support everything I do! I truly couldn't do this without him!

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