A short film on Rose Ann Kramer
Rose Ann Kramer, owner of Sheep’s in the Meadow, is an established felt maker and fiber artist who lives in Southeastern Pennsylvania. She combines ancient techniques and Scandinavian styles of felt making to create one of a kind wearable art. She is able to control every aspect of her designs using fiber from her own flock of sheep and exotic fibers obtained worldwide.
Rose Ann has a technical degree in Chemical Engineering and worked in the pharmaceutical industry for many years before pursuing her real passion of textile design. Since then, she has studied under some of the world's master felters and fiber artists. She has obtained juried status by the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsman, one of the largest and established guilds in the country. Rose Ann is also a juried member of the Bucks County Guild of Craftsman and the Reading-Berks Guild of Craftsman. She is member of the North American Felters Network, Goshenhoppen Historians, Peter Wentz Farmstead, Mid Atlantic Fiber Association, and the Morning Fiber Guild.
Ms. Kramer has been featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Montgomery County Living Magazine and a book written by Susan Sheehan and Howard Means focusing on people and their passions.
She conducts "Sheep's in the Meadow" workshops teaching both spinning and felting in several venues. Custom work is available upon request. Please submit a request using the "Contact Us" form.