Caitlin Wilson


Caitlin Wilson is a gardener, textile artist, and editor who’s become firmly rooted in the Midwest after a childhood in Southern California and Vancouver, Canada. She graduated from the University of Nebraska in 2014 with a degree in English and minors in biology and math, topics that continue to fascinate her and crop up in unexpected ways. She also loves medieval history and is a member of a local recreation group, with which she practices archery, swordsmanship, and more. When she’s at home, she’s often fussing over her beloved English roses or trying to propagate unlikely tropical plants, in between reading voraciously and experimenting with new recipes.

Caitlin will be speaking at the Maryland, Oregon Fairs


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Hands-on: Hand Spinning with a Drop Spindle

Learn how to make yarn with a drop spindle! Hand spinning is meditative and satisfying, and once you get the hang of it, you can make anything into yarn, from naturally colored wools to brightly dyed silks to Fido’s fur. Caitlin Wilson covers how to prepare your fiber, set up your spindle, spin, and finish your yarn. Workshop includes a spindle and 2 ounces of wool roving. Note: An extra pass is required for this workshop. Space is limited, get your passes today
Modern Homesteading Hands On

Available In:

Maryland, Workshop time to be determined
Oregon, Workshop time to be determined