Fiber Arts Studio Links
Daryl Lancaster Fiber Artist
Daryl teaches garment construction and related topics to weavers and other fiber enthusiasts across North America. In addition, Daryl exhibits her artwork in galleries across the country. Free patterns and instructions on website.
MarketPlace is a leading textile Fair Trade non-profit organization that provides access to global markets for low-income Indian women by using design to bridge the gap between skills and markets. This season the Artisans chose to explore the concept of Beauty. What is beauty? Who gets to decide? And why do we care?
Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center
Tom Knisely and daughter Sara Bixler along with regionally, nationally and internationally recognized teachers provide students the opportunity to develop their skills at the highest level while relaxing in a serene and welcoming York County Pennsylvania, USA. Visit the website for class calendars, online weaving calculators and marketplace.
Tapestries by Sarah Swett
In tapestry, the image is the fabric-- without the former, the latter is merely a pile of yarn. The artist, then, creates order; she tells stories, builds images and captures moments in time in cloth even as they unfold. Tapestry infiltrates my dreams, builds my biceps, thrills me to the bone and drives me to tears. When I was seven I turned scraps of yarn into a magic carpet. I am still at it.
Kerstin Froberg makes clothing, accessories, home furnishings and academic dress in Sweden, but sometimes she just plays. Horsehair weaving workshops are a specialty.
Bullen's Wullens Homepage
The home of ReadySpin, WullyBully Kits and other RealWool products. Pat also teaches spinning and dyeing.
Inge Dam - Master Weaver Textile Designer
Inge Dam has been weaving for 31 years, and through her in-depth study for Ontario Handweavers and Spinners to become a Master Weaver became interested in Iron Age textiles. She now incorporates tablet woven borders and bands directly into her handwoven textiles, using remnants of yardage for jackets and hand bags.
Nuno Corporation, Japan creates innovative textiles combining traditional aesthetics with the latest computer and synthetics technologies, all detailed on the website. A complete record of past work, as well as past and current exhbits, are featured. There are several retail outlets which carry Nuno textiles and fasions in Japan, Europe and Australia, and one in La Jolla, California. As yet another new/now direction in creative expression, Nuno has launched its own book series, interweaving words and images to document the best from our voluminous catalogue of fabrics. Available online or at select outlets.
Bonnie Inouye Handweaver
Bonnie specializes in 16 shaft computer generated patterns. Her work, workshop and publications list and schedule are all here.
Cally Booker lives and weaves in Dundee on the east coast of Scotland, designing and producing unique fashion and household textiles from natural fibres.