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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
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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Shana Cohen is an architect with experience teaching technical and design studio courses in several higher education venues. She brings her experience of geometry and writing design syllabi to my pattern writing. Her size-inclusive patterns are mostly modular designs, and mostly garter stitch! In pattern writing, she makes legible directions that allow the knitter to customize
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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Lee Langstaff began working with wool through knitting and spinning 40 years ago without imagining that it was providing the basis for establishing a handspinners flock on Shepherd’s Hey Farm beginning in 2000. Selecting foundation breeding stock based on her personal preference for desirable fleece qualities, she has since grown a flock of mixed breed natural colored (non
$60.00 / 30 minutes
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MAFA - The MidAtlantic Fiber Association
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MAFA - The MidAtlantic Fiber Association
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Anne Choi teaches spinning, weaving, knitting, and dyeing, with a focus on exploring the relationship between craft and imagination She raises a small flock of natural-colored American Shetland sheep in Bedminster, NJ. She uses their fleeces, along with wool from nearby farms, to create her small-batch, custom milled Vintage Blend yarns. She is the organizer of the Creative
$45.00 / 90 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Shibori
Jen Swearington is an enthusiastic, high-energy, knowledgeable educator with twenty years’ experience in surface design and a lifetime devoted to working as an artist. She has operated Jennythreads, an independent handmade fashion studio and crafted a creative living since 2003. She is the author of Printing on Fabric: Techniques with Screens, Stencils, Inks, and Dyes published
$50.00 / 60 minutes
Fiber Arts, Felting
Early fascination with fabric and fashion came from my seamstress mother. You might say fiber art is bound into my DNA. My felting journey began with a study of skin. Skin as a protective covering, and as identifier, and how it can record history. A study of animal skin, and human skin; leading to hybrids. All the while, intrigued with the way wearable art transforms its wearer.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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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
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Deborah Robson is a fiber generalist who specializes in spinning, knitting, and weaving, although she experiments with all aspects of textiles. She is the fiber author of The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook and of The Field Guide to Fleece, in collaboration with livestock expert Carol Ekarius. For fourteen years she worked at Interweave Press, editing both books and Spin-Off magazine.
$50.00 / 60 minutes
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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. Laura also loves working with the many and beautiful natural materials from her farm—especially
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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I have been weaving for 40+ years, and am a member of Michigan League of Handweavers, HGA, Complex Weavers, and several local guilds. I am a self taught weaver who has benefited from many workshops and conferences over the years. I earned the Handweavers Guild of America Certificate of Excellence - Level 1 in 1986. As a fan of twill structures, I quickly moved to multi-shaft
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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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
$60.00 / 60 minutes
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Youngmin Lee is a textile artist who uses bojagi tradition and techniques to create her work. Her interest in textiles led her to study Clothing and Textile in college and received an MFA in Fashion Design in South Korea. She has researched bojagi making and techniques and endeavors to apply her findings to both traditional and contemporary art. After moving to California in
$100.00 / 30 minutes
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Dia Robinson is the owner of Twisted Urban Fiber Arts, an accomplished indie dyer, spinner, crocheter, and weaver. She has taught at the Greenville Center of Creative Arts in Greenville, South Carolina, and has organized two fiber art gallery showcases at Greenville Technical College’s Benson Campus Art Gallery in Greenville, South Carolina.
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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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.
$30.00 / 30 minutes
Fiber Arts, Spinning
Jill Duarte spends their days geeking out about all things fiber, diving into the nuances of fiber preparation, color, and the act of spinning. As co-owner of HipStrings, Jill is dedicated to the resurgence of modern craft that is based on a foundation of technical and historical knowledge. This approach is reflected in the fiber, yarn and tools they’ve developed and produce.
$40.00 / 30 minutes
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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
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Jill has been teaching online virtual weaving classes since the start of the pandemic. Her greatest joy is teaching weavers to design cloth through understanding individual weave structure's unique rules for threading, tie up and treadling.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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Sarah Schira is known for #NeverNotGnoming but when she’s not knitting gnomes, she’s designing knitting patterns for everyday adventures. She loves to design accessories that look harder than they are, and that make you look great. She and her husband live in Manitoba, Canada, where they’ve raised their two kids to adulthood. Homeschooling both kids, coaching, and doing a lot
$60.00 / 30 minutes
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John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Knitting...
Tasha grew up in a family of makers and tinkerers and has been drawn to textiles of all kinds since she was very small. She is driven by the belief that making things by hand empowers people to live more joyfully and thoughtfully. In her classes, she works to build deep understanding through hands-on experimentation in a warm and inspiring environment.
$30.00 / 30 minutes
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During my federal career, I maintained a small business in weaving, dyeing and loom rehabilitation and presented guild programs and workshops in those subjects. Moving to Washington State and retirement offered me the opportunity to teach workshops for larger venues, in addition to local guilds. With the advent of Zoom in 2020, I have presented dozens of guild programs to three
$90.00 / 30 minutes
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Obsessed with knitting and spinning, Laura Linneman is a regular contributor to PLY Magazine and has taught at retreats across the country. If you ask her what her favorite spin to knit project is she will loudly say, ‘don’t make me choose, I love them all’, but will quietly whisper, ‘socks’. She cohosts the Knitgirllls podcast and the beloved Super Summer Knitogether crafting
$50.00 / 30 minutes
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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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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
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A lifelong woodworker and small business owner, Henry has been building fiber art equipment for over 50 years and drum carders for nearly that long. His company has introduced many innovations to the fiber arts community and their equipment is known for being not only thoughtfully engineered but visually pleasing and durable as well.
$50.00 / 60 minutes
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