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Anderson County Fiber Arts Guild - Textile Guilds

Anderson County Fiber Arts Guild

Where:
Anderson County Library
300 N. McDuffie Street
Anderson, SC
Map:
Anderson, SC
When:
2:00 P.M.

4th Sunday monthly
Guild Contact:
Carmen

Email: ctn at carol.net

Artists and crafters of all fiber activities are welcome here.
We are mainly spinners, but we also have hand and machine knitters, crocheters, tatters, weavers, felters and more.

Weaving Guilds and Classes

Textile Artist Galleries

Textile Instructors and Teachers

Weavers Guilds: US

Hand Weaving Books

Favorite Scandinavian Projects to Weave: 45 Stylish Designs for the Modern Home
A collection of 45 different furnishing textiles: colorful blankets, fanciful table runners, classic curtains, and embroidered hand towels.
UK: Favorite Scandinavian Projects to Weave

Rug Weaving Techniques: Beyond the Basics
Concise instructions and explanatory diagrams techniques for plain weave, twill and block weaves.
UK: Rug Weaving Techniques

Weaving Made Easy: 17 Projects Using a Simple Loom
The small, portable rigid heddle loom can be used to easily produce loose, drape-friendly fabric as well as dense, sturdy material.
UK: Weaving Made Easy

Ebay Watch – Weaving Looms

 

Ebay Finds

Electric bobbin winder, weaving loom - Current price: $148.00

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68-70 Gram Maple Japanese Kumihimo Braiding Tama Set - Current price: $229.44

Round Iron Buggy Wheel Weaving Looms With Iron Stand - Current price: $200.00

- Current price: $59.16

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