Weaving and Textile Arts Instructors
|Textile Art Classes|
Australia - BB Yarn Supply
Ursula Schmid teaches colour theory 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 classes on drop spindles and wheels, both privately and to larger groups.
New Zealand - The Christchurch Tapestry Workshop
Marilyn Rea-Menzies teaches beginner and intermediate tapestry art and elements of design.
BC - The Stitchhiker
Birthe Achtner teaches Scandinavian knitting and weaving.
|Ontario - Jette Vandermeiden|
Beginner weaving, complex structures, drawloom classes.
|ON - Baskets & Bobbins |
Terryl Ryan teaches classes in beginner weaving, basketry, twig furniture building and quilting, in Ontario, Canada.
| 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 Keller|
Surface design, sewing, burn-out, silk-screen.
|CA - Nancy Jackson|
Specializing in traditional Aubusson/Gobelin Tapestry Art
|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 - Flax Craft
Virginia Handy teaches weaving, flax spinning and dyeing, specializing in leno-lace weaving.
| 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.
| 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 mkaing and many other weave structures.
MT - JK Fiber Works
Jan Nordwick has extensive spinning and knitting training and experience.
| 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.
NE - Strings
Tonya Leach-Trickel can teach beginner weaving, spinning on wheels or drop spindles, and dyeing basics.
| NY - Joanna Lines|
Classes in woven textiles and yarn dyeing.
| OH - Leigh McDonald|
Quilting, fabric painting, dyeing, machine and hand embroidery.
|OR - Linda Hendrickson|
Ply-split, tablet weaving, warp twining, Andean pebble weave.
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 - By the Bay Creations / The Bag Lady
Elaine Almquist teaches knitting, carding, spinning, locker hooking and dyeing.
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.
VA - Cecelia Cassidy
Cecelia Cassady gives beginner and intermediate weaving and spinning classes.
| WA - Black Sheep Studio|
Deborah DeRose offers knitting classes to children and beginner knitters.
|Hand Weaving Patterns From Finland
UK: Handweaving Patterns from Finland
|Keep Me Warm One Night: Early Handweaving in Eastern Canada
Coverlets & other items, including clothing, primarily of the 19th Century.
UK: Keep Me Warm
|Manual Of Swedish Handweaving
A comprehensive book on handweaving in general which draws on the Swedish handweaving tradition, looms, charts, diagrams, weave composition patterns, technical drawings.
UK: Manual Of Swedish Handweaving
180 handweaving patterns for pillows, curtains, blankets, rugs: 4 harness twills, honeycomb, lace, rosepath, extended point twills, damask.
UK: Swedish Handweaving
|The Weaver's Book: Fundamentals of Handweaving
UK: Fundamentals of Handweaving
|Key to Weaving: A Textbook of Hand-Weaving Techniques and Pattern Drafts for the Beginning Weaver
A definitive guide to handloom weaving: step-by-step instructions, intricacies of color, fiber and how to use them effectively.
UK: Key to Weaving
|Weaving For Worship Handweaving for Churches and Synagogues
UK: Weaving for Worship
|Jacquard's Web: How a Hand-Loom Led to the Birth of the Information Age
From the Industrial Age to the Information Age, connecting the loom to thefirst proper computer.
UK: Jacquards Web
|Mastering Weave Structures
How to design threadings, channel the design power of the tie-up, and make the most of threading options, as well as understand fibers, setts, and color interactions.
UK: Mastering Weave Structures