Carmen Nardo was a creative, talented, beautiful woman who practiced the fiber arts using sheep, llama, camel, alpaca and other fibers to create beautiful and useful items. She practiced her art for more than 40 years and was a fixture at such weekend markets as those held in Port Gamble, Kingston, Poulsbo, etc. She founded the Wool Hat Farm in Poulsbo, WA and worked diligently to keep it running and alive until her untimely death on March 30, 2006.
Carmen is lovingly remembered by her many friends and is sorely missed. We hope this Scholarship Fund will help to keep her memory alive and help others to become as creative as she and to give to the world as she did.
Current account balance: $230.00
Thank you for anything you can give. To donate, please click here and put in the note/instructions that the money is for the “Carmen Memorial Fund”.
Donations to the Carmen Nardo Memorial Fund may be made as follows: Make checks payable to StillPointe Sanctuary and include a note on the check as follows: Carmen Nardo Scholarship Fund.
All monies received in this manner will be placed in a separate account and will be used to fund scholarships to be awarded to deserving students wishing to pursue a career in the fiber arts. Please contact Chela Grey at the StillPointe Sanctuary to receive scholarship applications and the requirements to receive such scholarships.