Vendor Jan Tatom of Sequim offers some of her hand-made products to a visitor at the 14th-annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, held at Sequim Museum & Arts last weekend. Photo by Bob Lampert

Vendor Jan Tatom of Sequim offers some of her hand-made products to a visitor at the 14th-annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, held at Sequim Museum & Arts last weekend. Photo by Bob Lampert

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Vendor Jan Tatom of Sequim offers some of her hand-made products to a visitor at the 14th-annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, held at Sequim Museum & Arts last weekend. Photo by Bob Lampert

Vendor Jan Tatom of Sequim offers some of her hand-made products to a visitor at the 14th-annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, held at Sequim Museum & Arts last weekend. Photo by Bob Lampert

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