Carrie Fahl is a fibre artist based in Saskatoon, working with textiles with a focus in hand embroidery. She began stitching in 2006, starting with cross stitch, and then expanding into freestyle surface hand embroidery. Carrie is self-taught in hand embroidery, and has taken classes in various other fibre arts and artistic media.
Carrie creates art dolls, ornaments, bookmarks, wall hangings, and other art works with wool felt and other fabrics. She draws inspiration from nature and folk art. She aims to create work that is unique and thoughtful, with heart and joy infused into each piece.
Carrie received an honorable mention for her work in the stitchery category at the 2014 Saskatchewan Art Showcase. She has shown her work in Void Gallery’s annual Small Works Exhibition, and continues to have work available at Void. You can find her participating in various different craft markets throughout the year. Some of these have included: The Western Development Museum Christmas Craft fair, Waterfront Fine Craft Market, and Flock and Gather Handmade Market.