Alan and Milissa Dewey, a husband and wife team, are Asheville, NC-based “Bobbin Boy”.  Alan, a master woodturner from Yorkshire and London, England, has worked with antiques and antiques restoration for nearly 30 years. Milissa is a PhD-educated historian and a journeyman woodturner who has worked in the fiberarts for over 20 years.

Together they serve an international fiberarts community. In addition to providing demonstrations and mini-seminars, they bring a mobile woodturners’ workshop to make repairs onsite, as well as a full complement of antique fiberarts equipment for demonstrations.

Bobbin Boy encourages fiber artists to bring their antique, vintage, and modern fiber equipment for assessment and/or repair. For items that can be repaired onsite, there is no cost. For more extensive repairs, they will make appropriate transport arrangements.

Circular Sock Machine mini-classes will be offered in the Marketplace:
Thursday June 27,  1 – 3 pm & 4 – 6 pm
Friday June 28,  6:30 – 8:30pm
Saturday June 29,  2 – 4 pm

Contacts: Alan and Milissa Dewey
Asheville, NC

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