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We’re on a Mission.

The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore is the region’s premier resource for fiber artists and fiber art enthusiasts. Whether to visit, shop, learn, connect or find inspiration, we encourage you to check in often, and contribute if you can.

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FACES needs your support! There are so many ways you can contribute to our cause…by volunteering, interning, serving on a committee, donating, or becoming a member. Find out what you can do to help, and the benefits available to FACES supporters. Find Out More +



You can choose to make a one-time donation, or to support the center annually by becoming a member or partner. Membership includes many benefits at various levels suitable for individual donors, artists, guilds or businesses.
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Our online community of fiber artists, TAPESTRY, offers a place for fiber art enthusiasts to collaborate, ask questions, share ideas & techniques and show off their work. It’s our own social network, created by our community for our community.
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Visit our online boutique to browse our selection of new FACES merchandise, as well as featured artwork, books, patterns, quilts and class kits when available. Our shop is being updated daily, so be sure to check back often.
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FACES Events.


Current News.


  • FACES Classes

    FACES has a variety of classes throughout December and January. Check out our Current Classes and register to learn fun new art forms.

  • First Sunday Meet and Sew is Looking for New Members!

    First Sunday of every month, 1-4 pm; $5 /members, $10/non-members; for 16 and up. Do you have a sewing or quilting project that’s just not getting done at home?…

  • Volunteers Needed!

    FACES is seeking volunteers to help with the following: Coverage & Inventory– help us organize and utilize our donated fiber arts supplies and materials, during our opening hours. Class Administration -…

  • Tis the Season: Quilts and Coverlets

    Through January 25th, 2017 A display of winter-themed snowflake quilts, and red & green antique quilts and coverlets – collections from Kay Butler and Cathy Spence.

    From Our Blog.


  • Further Along the Embroideries Journey

    Part 2: The french knot and more blending In my last installment, I went into detail about how satin stitches may be used to fill canvas areas and how…

  • The Embroidery Journey Continues

    Part 1: Satin Stitch and Blending Tips The satin stitch is probably one of the most used and most useful of embroidery stitches.  Besides having lots of uses, and…

  • Share the Knowledge

    Two exhibits at the Anacostia Community Museum I recently made my way to see two wonderful textile art exhibits that perfectly exemplify the social value of hand work. Both…

  • Creating the Sit Upon

    Recycling T-shirts for our Kids Programming  Some of you may have joined us, recently, at the 65th Delmarva Chicken Festival, where we were hosting some free activities, for children.…

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Artist Spotlight.



I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.

Georgia O’Keeffe


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