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Fiber Arts Galleries Links

Adire African Textiles

A gallery established to share our love of the creative works of African textile artists, weavers, dyers, and embroiderers, and to make high quality African textiles accessible worldwide. An extensive bibliography

Alberta Craft Council

The Alberta Craft Council is dedicated to support and develop an Alberta network and sector of craftspeople and studios, and to recognize contemporary and heritage crafts as significant art forms that contribute to Alberta's culture.

Artwear, a fiber arts gallery and studio

Simple, elegant clothing either made here or by other designers. A great selection of garment patterns, supplies and embellishments for the fiber artist. Fiber ats classes and sewing lessons also offered.

Cameron Trading Post

Find Navajo rugs, beadwork, baskets, dyecharts, blankets and more.

Centinela Traditional Arts

A Tapestry Gallery located in Chimayo, New Mexico, specializing in handwoven wool and wool-blend products using natural dyes, custom-dyed yarns, handspun yarns, and the traditional Rio Grande weaving styles.

Cultural Survival

The organization continues to sponsor basic research on indigenous peoples - who they are, where they are, what problems they face and what solutions have been developed for them. The site features projects which focus on indigenous populations with a strong texile heritage.

Museum of Contemprary Craft

Previously the Contemporary Crafts Museum and Gallery, the new venue encompasses twice the space of the old facility, with increased visibility. The museum promises to push the boundaries of the definitions and experiences of craft.

World of Threads Festival

The Festival is held annually in Oakville and Toronto Ontario, Canada. Festival 2012 had 21 exhibitions, and nearly 200 artists from 12 countries and 8 Canadian provinces. The Festival website contains Weekly Fibre Artist Interviews dating to 2009.

Best of the Northwest - Marketplace of Fine Crafts

An artist owned and operated arts and crafts show started in 1989. now has the reputation among the public attending, as well as with the participating artists, as one of the best arts and crafts shows in the Northwest.


When you love texture, colour, & quality, have a playful nature, get bored easily doing the same thing twice, a trip to the local ‘thrift store’ to repurpose my ‘lucky finds’, a search thru every fabric store, including the ‘bargain bin’, can lead to the creation of interesting combinations of 'ONE OF A KIND' wearable art. As a visual artist, there is always a theme about each quilted reversible vest or coat, which are made with new chintz & all garments embellished with my handmade buttons.

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