Here is a list of fiber art, weaving, hand spinning, knitting, crochet teachers and instructors. If you teach and would like to be added to this list please contact me.
If you are already listed and your contact details have changed, could you also please contact me so that I can update the pages.
Australia – BB Yarn Supply
Ursula Schmid teaches colour theory classes and gives workshops on weaving textures, linen, summer & winter, using a warping mill and other handweaving courses.
Australia – Romida Fibre & Spinning Supplies
Cheryl Hutchinson teaches spinning on drop spindles and wheels, both privately and to larger groups.
New Zealand – The Christchurch Tapestry Workshop
Marilyn Rea-Menzies teaches beginner and intermediate classes in tapestry and elements of design.
BC – The Stitchhiker
Birthe Achtner teaches Scandinavian knitting and weaving.
ON – Baskets & Bobbins
Terryl Ryan teaches classes in beginner weaving, basketry, twig furniture building and quilting, in Ontario, Canada.
Ontario – Jette Vandermeiden
Beginner weaving, complex structures, drawloom classes.
Quebec – Toisons de Ville
Micheline Beluse has 20 years experience and training in spinning and natural dyes. Special interests include 18th Century textiles and dyes.
AZ – Dine Woven
Roy Kady is a Master Weaver in Navajo textiles. Classes include all regional styles of Navajo weaving, lap spinning techniques, local vegetable dyes, Sumac fiber coiling, basket weaving and wool feltmaking.
CA – Rug & Yarn Hut
Karen Brayton-McFall offers classes for beginners, and more experienced weavers, tapestry, handspinning, corsetmaking, Orenburg lace knitting, crochet, braiding and many other fiber art techniques. Guest teachers and mentors are also featured.
CA – Heather Wells
Lessons in crochet, knitting, afghan stitch, pattern reading, and color theory. Jewelery, polymer clay and soap making classes also available.
CA – Kimberly KellerSurface design, sewing, burn-out, silk-screen.
CA – Nancy Jackson
Specializing in traditional Aubusson/Gobelin Tapestry
CA – Shuttlebug’s Studio
Debbie Bartle teaches beginner weaving, spinning and kool-aid dyes.
FL – Tingomaria Homestead
Susan Keller gives demonstrations and classes on weaving and spinning with a wheel or a drop spindle.
FL – Too Warped Weavers
Martha and Esther teach both weaving and beadwork.
IA – DeSigns4U
Sandi Carstensen teaches how to make Buggy Wheel rugs.
IN – The Weavers Loft
Barb Gallagher has over 20 years experience teaching individuals and doing workshops in rug weaving and randome warp dyeing.
is an award-winning fiber artist. She teaches a wide range of textile techniques, dyeing, felting, papermaking.
KS – The Wool Winders
Sharon Rooney teaches weaving on frame and 4 harness looms, and beginner spinning on wheels and spindles.
KS – Great Plains Artisans LLC
Sally Brandon teaches bobbin lace, beginner and advanced weaving, spinning, dyeing and basketry.
MA – Judy Goodwin
Beginner weaving, spinning, dye classes as well as hand and machine knitting.
MA – Squirrels’ Nest
Cheryl Marsolais teaches handknitting and drop spindle spinning to both adults and children.
ME – Atelier 9
Donald Talbot teaches introductory and intermediate classes on 18th and 19th century looms, spinning on antique wheels and various dye techniques.
MI – Kathy Rowe
Frame loom weaving, Ikat dyeing.
MN – Traudi Bestler
Traudi Bestler gives workshops on beginner and advanced weaving, tapestry, kumihimo braiding, dyeing and warp painting.
MI – Virginia Handy
Virginia Handy, Log Cabin Crafts – teaches weaving, handspinning and natural dye classes.
MO – Brenda Brewington
Knitting lessons, custom crochet work.
MO – Emmie Seaman
Improvisational quiltmaking, spontaneous dyeing on fabric, surface design.
MS – Earthart Collective (sm)
Sandra Nickeson teaches workshops on creativity enhancement, surface design and mixed media art applications, including visual journeying.
MT – Elkhorn Mountains Weaving Studio
Joanne Hall gives workshops in Swedish weaving, drawloom weaving, tapestry, rug making and many other weave structures.
MT – JK Fiber Works
Jan Nordwick has extensive spinning and knitting training and experience and offers workshops in fiber arts.
NC – Jutta Zuloaga
Hand and machine knitting, design finishing.
NC – Lamplight Creations
Johnetta Heil offers classes in triangle loom weaving, circular weaving, Inkle and other small looms.
NC – Spinner’s Ridge
Elaine Ross raises angora goats, and teaches beginner spinning, drafting techniques and going beyond the basics.
NC – Lisa Kennedy
Alpacas, tri-loom weaving, spinning 101, drop spindling, dyeing and felting.
NC – Woven Dreams
Bonnie Pulver teaches beginner weaving and silk painting.
NY – Fiber Design
Ann Songayllo teaches beginner and advanced weaving classes.
NY – Joanna Lines
Classes in woven textiles and yarn dyeing.
NJ – Winding Way Weaver
Barbara Flexner teaches weaving, spinning, wool processing and using natural dyes.
NY – The Art Studio & Mia…
Mia Barkan Clarke is a working artist and practicing art therapist, specializing in fiber arts for adults suffering from mental illness.
OK – Cherokee Baskets
Peggy Brennan is a Cherokee Tribal member and specializes in Native American basketry.
OR – Patrie Studios
Pam Patrie specializes in teaching tapesty and rug weaving. She has produced works for many public and private buildings.
PA – From Hands That Weave
Irene Smith teaches basic beginner weaving, tapestry, crochet, quilting, sewing and machine embroidery.
PA – Ramona Lord
Ramona Lord teaches beginner weaving on a frame-loom, boundweave, drafting and design as well as other types of weaving.
Puerto Rico – Artesanias Marypili
Maria del Pilar Batista teaches weaving with palm leaves.
TN – Larkspin Fiberworks
Charlotte Iverson teaches basic handspinning on both the wheel and the drop spindle and is willing to travel to workshops.
TX – Gail Crossman Moore
Gail Crossman Moore offers feltmaking classes for beginners or intermediates.
VA – Cecelia Cassady
Cecelia Cassady gives beginner and intermediate weaving and drop spindle spinning classes.
WA – Black Sheep Studio
Deborah DeRose offers knitting classes to children and beginner knitters.