This collection of URLs is maintained in an effort to make information available to the textile community.
If you would like to have a site listed, please send email to: Rosemary Brock
Rachel Brown: Taos Weaver of Wools
Another site on Rachel Brown, from the Trails West site, has some wonderful pictures from a workshop.
This rug weaver has some wonderful images on his site of his work.
This weaver makes such wonderful rugs.
We owe so much to Peter. Be sure to check out his site for information on his work with microgauzes, ply-splitting, and tablet weaving.
Ulla De Larios
Located in Palo Alto, CA, Ulla does wonderful work with warp- and weft-painted wall hangings. Her site also includes several sample series where she explores various weave structures.
Emily does some amazing work with her weaving and discharge dyeing. She also curated the show webs://textiles & technology.
Located in Australia, Kate produces clothing using needlepoint, weaving, and quilting techniques.
This site, from the Smithsonian Magazine of Natural History, re-introduces you to Itchiku Kubota. A closeup of one of his pieces is also featured.
This site, from the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation, has an excellent series of pages on his landscape kimonos. The art page describes his technique.
Using damask weave, this member of the American Craft Council produces wall hangings.
Jutta Maria Richter
Located in the Canary Islands, Jutta weaves rugs and tapestries. She also is willing to offer classes at her studio.
Sandra weaves wonderful items, many of them custum-dyed, that explore the structure.
This artist does amazing work weaving with ribbons.
Carol Todd, who does so much with natural dyeing, has a gallery of work to admire.
This artist specializes in Navajo weavings.
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