Torri's Tangles to Treasures
Weaving Studio and Gallery

Welcome to Torri's Tangles to Treasures!
Shop here for your one-of-a-kind Yarn, Fiber Equipment, Art and Gift needs.
My studio and store is located in downtown Fergus Falls, at 202 W Lincoln Avenue, directly across the street from the Viking Cafe.
Now featuring local art and artisanal wool yarn from locally raised sheep, spun at a local mill and woven right here in Fergus Falls as well as unique hand dyed yarns from Racing Rabbit.
Contact me via e-mail for more information about my studio, our yarn and my weavings. You can also LIKE me on Facebook at Torri's Tangles to Treasures Weaving Studio and Gallery.


Tangles to Treasures will be temporarily closed to walk-in customers effective immediately, to protect our community from spreading CoVid-19. Please shop online or contact me via phone or text at 507-401-7907, email at or private message on Facebook. I will be working on increasing my online shopping presence during this time. I anticipate this to continue for several weeks, during which time we can work together to meet your yarn and equipment needs through remote communications and PayPal invoicing. I will be waiving all shipping fees during this time. Please let me know if there is any way that I can help you.

Rigid Heddle Weaving Group TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED

Bring your RH loom, or work on a store loom and learn new techniques, share projects and have fun!
Last Saturday of the month from 2 to 4.
We had a fun first meeting on February 29th! I did a warping demonstration and we talked about how to solve a number of warping challenges.
Warping tips, tricks and techniques learning session from 2:30 to 3.


Welcome once again to the Lacemaker's Guild, meeting here the first Saturday of each month from 1 to 3.
All skill levels welcome!
Fergus Falls Fiber Group is meeting on each 2nd Sunday of the month, from 1 to 4.
Sit with us and talk Fiber! Spinning, knitting and even a little weaving!
Come on in and say HI!

Victoria Hanna Solo Show at Lake Region Arts Council

Now open until March 31st. This show is based on my Talking Points:Climate Change Embroidery project, for which I received a grant from SMAC.

It also features some of my other climate crises inspired tapestries and assemblages.
LRAC offices are open from 9 to 5, Mon to Fri, with a break from noon to 1.
They are located at 137 S Mill Street, in downtown Fergus Falls.


Join us on Friday afternoons and evenings until 8 PM for our weekly social time!
Bring any project (optional!) and spend time with like-minded fiber folks!
There is plenty of room for you to spread out a bit! This is not a class, but can definitely be a learning opportunity.
Light refreshments will be available, or feel free to bring your own snacks/beverages!


I carry products from Schacht Spindle Company in Boulder, CO.
Go to their website at
and check out their amazing line of weaving and spinning equipment. If I don't have it in stock, I can order it for you!
Crickets, School looms and Inkle looms are here! I have a brand new Ladybug and a Bulky Plyer for Art Yarn Spinning, now in stock!
Call me to discuss what you would like, or contact me for more information!

Keep an eye on my events on the FaceBook page for updates!

Local hand dyed yarns from the Racing Rabbit dye studio!

Patty Lokken recently moved back into our area and is bringing her amazing dyeing skills to a scrumptious variety of yarns! Available exclusively at Tangles to Treasures, we have 80/20 superwash merino and nylon for socks, 100% superwash merino in singles and sock weight and a heavenly 72/28 Mohair/Silk blend which works well as a carry along with any of the others to create airy shawls and sweaters. Patty just brought in a fresh batch of worsted weight hand dyed yarns and some incredible overdyed natural wools!


Give the perfect gift with Tangles to Treasures Gift Certificates, now available in any amount!

About Torri

Hi! I am Victoria Hanna, and I am a fiber artist. I received my BA in Fine Arts with a Concentration in Fibers from Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. I lived in Colorado for many years after college, where I learned to knit and spin and for a time, managed and taught classes at Lambspun of Colorado, as well as creating my own weaving and knitting designs. My original designs have been featured in Interweave Knits, Piecework and Beadwork Magazines. I then moved back to Canby, Minnesota, where for many years, I owned and operated my yarn store, Briar Rose Fibers. I spent several years in Walnut Grove, MN where I worked with Blackhawk Studios. I am now working full time in my store, studio and gallery, Torri's Tangles to Treasures in Fergus Falls, MN. You can find me there weaving, embroidering, knitting and spinning.

Weaving a life

I have worked with a variety of materials over the years. One of my favorite materials in my sculptural weavings is an acrylic-coated copper wire which I use for its vibrant colors and light reflecting properties. It is also natural to bend and manipulate the fabric once woven, and the resulting "wall sculpture" is durable and delightful!

My work with ceramics began in college, then took a long break until several years ago, when I gained access to clay and a kiln. I experimented with creating unique carved drop spindles for spinning. I also create hand made ceramic buttons which are washable and perfect accents for a handknit sweater or woven jacket. To see all the available spindles and buttons, please come to my store in Fergus Falls.

Order Information

If you would like to buy a work you see on this site, please visit my etsy store at
You can also send an email to and I will contact you to work out the details! I accept PayPal.

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Torri's Tangles to Treasures
202 W Lincoln Avenue
Fergus Falls, MN 56537
507.401.7907 cell
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