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Folk art fair continues in Grayslake

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  • Susan Preuss of Waukesha, Wis., knits at her booth. She is a basket weaver by trade and was knitting an item to help display the knitting baskets she makes.

       Susan Preuss of Waukesha, Wis., knits at her booth. She is a basket weaver by trade and was knitting an item to help display the knitting baskets she makes.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Barbara Lies of Madison, Wis., looks through rows of yarn.

       Barbara Lies of Madison, Wis., looks through rows of yarn.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Karen Edgecombe of Lakemoor, a member of Crocheters of the Lakes, makes a blanket for Project Linus, which provides blankets for critically ill children.

       Karen Edgecombe of Lakemoor, a member of Crocheters of the Lakes, makes a blanket for Project Linus, which provides blankets for critically ill children.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Zoli Akacsos of Monroe, Wis., carves a bear into wood using a chain saw.

       Zoli Akacsos of Monroe, Wis., carves a bear into wood using a chain saw.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

 
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The Midwest Fiber and Folk Art Fair continues for one more day Sunday at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.

There is definitely more here than fiber, but the emphasis is on the arts of knitting, crochet, spinning and felting.

The last day of the Fair is Sunday, when hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $10 (cash only); 10 and under are free. Free parking. www.fiberandfolk.com.

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