This collection of URLs is maintained in an effort to make information available to the textile community.
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Based in Salt Lake City, UT, Sharon teaches classes for weavers or anyone interested in working with color. (And does a wonderful one-day workshop on the Swatch Collection from Handwoven.)
Located in Guelph, ON, Canada, Ingrid teaches complex weaving.
Beth is better known as a knitter teacher, but I happen to know that she also spins!
Located in the Bay Area, Dotty teaches classes on polymer clay.
PO Box 7726, Myrtle Beach SC 29572, 843.957.1483, firstname.lastname@example.org. Lifeway Navajo Fiber Arts
This weaver makes such wonderful rugs. And graciously shares his knowledge.
Located in Rensselaerville, NY, Sharon also offers felting classes.
Anne teaches spinning, dyeing, and weaving. She has literally "written the book" about learning to spin -- and has followed it up with an advanced book.
Stephanie teaches spinning, dyeing, and weaving. She is an terrific teacher and I've taken several excellent classes from her.
Offers classes on a variety of weaving techniques, including tapestry.
Handweavers Guild of America
They have a whole series of tutorials, slide shows, and support for members. A terrific guide for spinning or dyeing is to get a copy of the Certificate of Excellence guides and use it to direct your learning.
Nancy teaches classes (and writes) about tapestry weaving.
Classes on tablet weaving and ply-split braiding.
Bonnie Inoye teaches weaving, has an excellent book on multi-shaft weaving, and wove one of my favorite shawls.
Sara offers classes on dyeing, silk spinning, embellishments, and more.
Located in Encampment, WY, Carol teaches spinning, dyeing, and weaving. She also holds the title of Master Spinner, issued in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts, The Missouri Arts Council and the Missouri Cultural Heritage Center at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Located in Corvallis, OR, Susan teaches weaving.
Catherine is the best knitting teacher I know. No discussion.
Judith teaches spinning, dyeing, and weaving. She is a thorough, supportive teacher and I've taken several excellent classes from her. Judith's site seems to be down. If you need to reach her, her email is: Judith MacKenzie. Also, Judith's studio burned down earlier. If you'd like to keep track of the status, please check http://www.rebuildjudithsstudio.com/.
Deb offers a variety color blending and dye classes.
Located in Anchorage, AK, Kathleen offers weaving classes for both adults and children. For more information, call Peggy Monaghan at 907.245.7311
This Navajo Native American weaver teaches her craft in Shiprock, NM.
At the Washington DC Convergence I got to hear Paul speak and he's the most amazing teacher. He made double weave sound easy and had the best handouts I've seen in years! rb
Author the New Guides to Weaving, Peggy offers a variety of classes and seminars.
PO Box 1808, Homer, Alaska, 99603, 907.235.6069
Skaska Designs, Ltd.
A company that presents workshops and seminars featuring the Russian fiber art tradition of Orenburg cashmere lace.
Located in the California Bay Area, Susan teaches weaving, spinning and textile arts, 510.547.7199.
This is a two-day conference held each year in the United States and hosted by Interweave Press.
Jane offers a range of classes from beginning to advanced weaving, specializing in colour and design.
There are several of these each year.
14889 57A Ave., Surrey, British Columbia V3S 8W6 email@example.com. Suzanne works from her home studio under the name Some Piece of Work. In her work she creates textiles by printing and dyeing with natural dyes, she uses natural and vintage cloth. Suzanne is happy to leave simmering dyepots and lengths of cloth to teach a workshop. She offers classes in: precision dyeing, natural dyeing, surface design, such as block printing, resist, screen printing. She also teaches at the local college in the textile department.
Peter and Jacque Teal
Peter literally wrote the book on wool combing. I understand Peter is no longer teaching (sigh), but I encourage you to drop him a note and thank him for his work on promoting worsted spinning.
Woodcross Farm, Foxhole Lane, Creech St. Michael, Taunton, Somerset, TA3 5RA, England. 011-44-1823-442880, firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen Thomas teaches quilting.
Carol teaches a variety of classes on natural dyeing.
Based in the bay area, Lillian is a charming, gracious teacher. And she does some of the most exquisite fine weaving I've ever seen.
Patsy Sue Zawistoski
PatsyZ teaches spinning.
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