Atlantic Blanket Company
Martha Stewart takes a field trip to the Atlantic Blanket Company in her Dec. 5/2000 episode. John and Carolyn Grace were lawyers who wanted a change of lifestyle. They now specialize in lightweight wool blankets.
Brahms Mount Textiles
Brahms Mount specializes in handwoven blankets of natural linen and cotton yarns.
Brown Grotta supports fibre artists through the publication of catalogs, the
sale of books and videos and the coordination of exhibits.
Yarns spun by a warm, cozy fire. Navajo plied, drop spindle, hand-dyed, Navajo Churro, wool, llama, mohair, silk, cotton or blends of silver and gold metallic.
Iwona Rypesc-Kostovic’s unique art-to-wear creations feature expressive
collages made from hand-woven and custom dyed textiles framed by the subtle structures of her designs.
Katherine Alexander makes creative use of unusual and eclectic yarns in her knitted and woven pieces. She hand-dyes and spins silk, wool and bast fibres for her imaginative fabrics.
Kayla Kennington creates extraordinary hand-dyed silk clothing/artwear, spirit dolls and high-tech engineered complex works of textile art.
In the Jan. 19/2001 episode, Martha Stewart visited with weaver Sam Kasten. He works with a team of 10 weavers, creating upholstery, draperies, rugs and wall coverings using natural yarns such as silk, cotton, linen and ramie.
Textile Arts Collection
Mary Hunt Kahlenberg has a selection of textile samples from Navajo to Pre-Columbian and other cultures.