2015November 26, 2016 Karen Greene Photos by Karen Greene The doors are open! The space filled quickly! Project Warmies accepts our donations of handmade items and nonperishable foods. Nancy Reed of Weavers of Orlando and Drunken Monkey Spinners weaves on her rigid heddle loom. Gloria Corbet of the Weavers of Orlando demonstrates triaxial weaving. Ann Mikael of Twin Mommy Creations demonstrates how to make a rolag on a blending board. Beverly Tavel of the Weavers of Orlando teaches an attendee how to weave on a multi harness loom. Ginger Clark of Ewephoric Fibers demonstrates how to spin from a silk hanky. Ginger Clark of Ewephoric Fibers demonstrates how to spin from a silk hanky. Jane Dominguez of Ewephoric Fibers demonstrates how to use a drop spindle. Orna Smith announces door prize winners. Twin Mommy Creations sells hand-dyed fibers and yarns. Ann Robinson sells handmade buttons, jewelry, and crafting accessories like yarn bowls. Gilda’s Ball of Yarn sells project bags. The Four Purls Yarn Truck brings a yarn shop on wheels! The latest recipient of the bikini top, which returns in the gift exchange every year, models it for the crowd.