Newfoundland 2021

Wool, Whales, Fjords and Puffins

A Weaving, Knitting and Other Fiber Arts Adventure

July 8 - 23 AND July 26 - August 8, 2021

Two Different Itineraries Along a Road Less Traveled

Iceland might get a lot of hype (and lots of visitors) for good reason.  We love it and can't wait to go back for the third time!  But in Canada's easternmost wilderness, there lies a timeless landscape where ancient Viking settlements and dramatic coastline dotted with icebergs.


Newfoundland is a tapestry woven of indescribable natural beauty and a remarkable history.  Rich wildlife inhabit the island from puffins to bears; migrating whales to caribou. Topping it all off is its rich fiber arts history including tartans, weaving, basket making, rug hooking and a cottage knitting industry founded in 1920 comprised of 175 knitters and weavers.


Join us as we explore the hidden corners of this fascinating island paradise.



July 8 - 23, 2021  Along the East Coast


July 26 - August 8, 2021  Along the West Coast


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