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Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection

University of Wisconsin, Madison. The size and scope of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, along with its related programs, make it an outstanding resource for scholars, designers, students, and members of the community. The complete collection is documented online.
https://sohe.wisc.edu/research-development/centers-of-excellence/cdmc/textile-collection/41842-2/

National Basketry Organization, Inc.

A non-profit corporation dedicated to basketry and everyone who appreciates this unique art form, which is both an ancient craft and modern art. Whether you are a basketmaker, a collector, a novice weaver, a studio artist or someone who simply admires baskets, we think you'll find something of interest in these pages. We welcome your interest. We are a member supported organization, and invite you to join us.
http://www.nationalbasketry.org/

Professional Craft Fiber Haywood Community College

The Professional Crafts: Fiber curriculum is designed to train individuals as professional hand weavers. Instruction includes technical weaving knowledge, dye work, design skills, and marketing and business essentials. Students will learn warping techniques, weaving theory and technique, dye applications, and finishing methods. Students will receive design skills to aid them in personalizing their own work. Additional instruction will provide the bases for starting and running a small business. Graduates will be able to open and operate their own weaving studio, work for an existing weaving business, or transfer to a four-year degree program.
https://www.haywood.edu/instruction/programs-of-study/professional-crafts-fiber

Textile Society of America

The theme of TSA's 14th Biennial Symposium entitled New Directions: Examining the Past, Creating the Future. Los Angeles, California September 10-14, 2014.
http://textilesocietyofamerica.org/

Department of Human Ecology

Public Service and Outreach: Human Ecology is committed to sharing research with the public through a range of activities and services. Examples include the Clothing and Textiles Collection and a Textile Analysis Service. Each has a dedicated section of the website. The Clothing and Textile Collection consists of more than 16,000 textiles, garments and related artifacts
https://www.ualberta.ca/human-ecology

Taos Art School

Art Workshops and Art Expeditions in the Heart of the Southwest, Taos, New Mexico. Classes take place in various locations in the Southwest and South America.
http://taosartschool.org

Textile Center

Minneapolis, MN. The Textile Center represents and supports fiber artists working in all forms of textile media including weaving, quilting, knitting, sewing, needlework, lace making, basketry and beading. A critical part of the Textile Center's mission is to bring validation and visibility to this field of art. Textile arts arise from all cultures and the Textile Center works to preserve traditional forms as well as to encourage experimentation and the development of new fiber art forms.
http://www.textilecentermn.org/

Antique Rugs of the Future

Renaissance of Antique Caucasian Rugs: The project aims to rediscover the long-forgotten secrets of Antique Caucasian Azerbaijani Rugs with the goal of reviving traditional designs and ancient rug making methods.
http://www.azerbaijanrugs.com/arfp-project.htm

Breeds of Livestock - Sheep

Oklahoma State University's extensive listing of sheep breeds.
http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/sheep/

Centre International d'Etude des Textiles Anciens

An international organization devoted to supporting and elaborating on the study of ancient textiles. Membership applicants must have a referral from a fellow academic. Based in Lyon, France, member resources include training in textile creation and analysis, a standard descriptive method in use all over the world, regular publications and an annual conference.
https://cieta.fr/

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