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Laura Berlage
Fiber Arts, Needlework, Embroidery & Thread Art...
Jen has been a fiber addict since the early 2000s. Her background in mathematics heavily influences her love of pattern, and she strives to translate such “heavy” topics into understandable projects for all of her students. While she teaches weaving, spinning, and dyeing, she discovered her true passion of Japanese Temari in 2011, and soon began traveling around the east coast
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$50.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Carol James is a self-taught textile artist who has been exploring low-tech textile methods for 30 years. Focusing on sprang, she has examined items in collections across the US and Europe, and is known for her ability to replicate these historic textiles. She has also created modern garments deemed worthy of the Handweavers Guild of America fashion show.
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$35.00 / 30 minutes
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Fiber Arts
Laura is a contemporary Renaissance woman living and working on her family’s century-old homestead farm outside Hayward, WI. From fiber arts to creative writing, music to storytelling, she never tires of the magic of transforming idea into form and overlapping narrative and visual.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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I found weaving in 1991 and was obsessed in that first encounter. It took a while to find my way through commercial weaving, product weaving, finally coming back to where it all started – art weaving.
$60.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Diana has been involved in fiber arts for most of her life. She grew up in a family of knitters, crocheters, quilters, needle workers and sewers; and learned these crafts as a child. As an adult, she has expanded her knowledge and experience where she found her true love to be doing and teaching about textile arts through history.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Kelsey Wiskirchen is WARP’s Executive Director, a weaver, embroiderer, indigo dyer, and teacher. She has volunteered with weaving cooperatives in Bolivia and South Africa, and has worked in a number of community outreach programs focused on textiles with art educators, underserved youth, and the refugee community. She holds an MFA in Fiber Art from Arizona State University,
$100.00 / 30 minutes
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Fiber Arts
Meagan Condon is a librarian and fiber artist with more than 10 years of teaching experience. Her areas of focus are microscopy of fiber, breed studies, plant fibers, natural dyes, digital community, and the science behind textiles. She has been published in PLY Magazine, Spin-Off Magazine, and The Wheel.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Beth Truesdale has been a fiber arts enthusiast for over 50 years! An active spinner and weaver since the mid 1980’s, Beth has been teaching others for nearly as long as she has been involved in fiber arts. With many successful new weavers to her credit, she enjoys sharing these skills with others as much as doing them herself.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Peggy Doney has been fascinated with color since her first box of crayons. For many years, she has been discovering color recipes using triad, value, and gradient studies. If there is anything that Peggy enjoys as much as creating with fiber and color, it’s sharing that passion with others.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
I love creating and teaching mosaics of all kinds - traditional glass to more contemporary materials, 2D and 3D pieces and Functional Art. One of my favorite things is helping folks get in touch with their creative streak through mosaics. I teach in Asheville, NC, and at the John C Campbell Folk School and welcome private parties to choose their own workshop. Find me at Linda
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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Fiber Arts, Knitting
Heather Storta has been passionate about knitting from her first lesson in 2003. As a devoted lifelong learner, the minute she learned about TKGA and the Master Knitter program, she signed up. She became a TKGA-Certified Master Knitter in 2014 and was immediately asked to serve on the MHK Committee.
$50.00 / 60 minutes
Fiber Arts
My focus on designing weaves with the tools of our time—computers—started in the 1980s. Author of 4 books; presenter of courses both in person, online, and virtually (Zoom); but always at heart a weaver and designer.
$60.00 / 30 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Macrame
I love to teach others the joy of working with their hands. I specialize in Macrame and Macra-weaving. I make learning the basics fun and as simple as possible. If you can tie your shoes, then you can macrame. Then I encourage each student to explore as he/she creates finished projects suitable for showing off to friends and family.
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$30.00 / 30 minutes
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$50.00 / 30 minutes
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Roy grew up working in his family’s woodshop and has made fiber art equipment for most of his life. He frequently write for PLY Magazine and is the president of Lambtown Festival, the largest sheep and wool show in California. Along with his father Henry, he has introduced many innovations to the fiber arts community and their equipment is known for being not only thoughtfully
$50.00 / 60 minutes
Fiber Arts
Lisa Graves has been studying handspinning and handweaving for over 10 years. She currently is a handweaving instructor, teaching out of her private lakefront studio - Kawartha Weaving: Textile & Fibre Arts Studio in Bobcaygeon, Ontario Canada. Lisa dedicates half of her time to teaching and the other half to working towards both the Master Spinner and Master Weaver
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Rebecca Miller is a writer, editor, shepherdess and dog wrangler. She runs Blue Heron Farms, a commercial sheep flock of about 250 ewes, in the Appalachian foothills of eastern Ohio. Livestock guardian dogs have been a part of the family farm for more than 15 years, but she began working with them specifically in 2016. She now has a growing pack, mostly of Turkish origin. With
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Elizabeth Whitton is a mompreneur who turned her love of wool into a thriving family-run needle felting business called Felted Sky. A self-taught needle felter, she has a knack for designing beautiful small projects that she has turned into a line of needle felting kits suitable for beginners.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Charan Sachar is an artist whose work reflects his passion for the fiber arts, like knitting, spinning, weaving, quilting and he uses it as an inspiration for his clay work. In all the fields that he works in, he loves to accept challenges and approach the making with a “what if..” attitude.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts
Janine Bajus is an internationally known Fair Isle knitter, designer, and teacher. Her goal is to provide the information that people need to knit their own stranded garments, whether traditional or wild, subdued or saturated, from a pattern or self-designed. Her hands-on workshops in custom color knitting are known for Janine’s unstoppable can-do attitude and step-by-step
$50.00 / 30 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Knitting...
Emolyn learned to knit at a young age without patterns which led her to also spin and dye yarn and wool. She has developed a line of handknits and yarns, and designs knitwear inspired by the yarn. She manages her business, The Roving Knitter, teaches people of all ages to knit and shows her work at craft shows and exhibits. See more of her work at therovingknitter.
$50.00 / 60 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Spinning
Martha Owen is an artisan/shepherd and resident artist at the John C Campbell Folkschool (www.folkschool.org) in Brasstown, NC. She oversees classes in spinning/knitting,crochet/feltmaking /surface design and dyeing. Her adventure in spinning began here in 1978. By 1980 her extended family included sheep (mostly Corriedale, Shetland, Romney, Blue Faced Leicester), Great
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$60.00 / 60 minutes
Fiber Arts
KATE ATHERLEY is an internationally known knitting author, teacher, and editor. Her latest book, Custom-Fit Hats is her ninth, and the fourth in a series on customizing projects for perfect fit and style; it joins works on shawls, socks, and mittens. She’s also the co-founder and publisher of Digits & Threads, an independent, member-supported online magazine about Canadian
$60.00 / 30 minutes
English, Fiber Arts, Knitting...
I have been working as a knitting and crochet teaching artist since 2009. I am a Craft Yarn Council Level 1 and 2 Certified Knitting and Crochet instructor, and I have experience working with beginner through advanced level knitting and crochet students. I have worked with students as young as 11 years old online and in an after-school setting.
$27.00 / 30 minutes
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