Weaving Links and Resources
The guild serves a widespread geographic area with members drawn from Durango, Cortez, Farmington and many smaller regions including: Bayfield, Ignaciio, Aztec, NE Arizona, Mancos, Dolores, SE Utah, Silverton, Ouray, Telluride, Pagosa Springs, Chromo and Chama. There is something for everyone - no matter what your fiber interest! Join us for fun, facts, fiber and friends!
Intermountain Weaving Conference
The Intermountain Weavers Conference is a bi-annual conference held in odd numbered years.
The purpose of the conference is to provide workshops and other learning opportunities and provide connections between people associated with the Fiber Arts. If you have any interest in weaving, spinning or other Fiber Arts, this conference is for you!
HGA is an international membership association created to encourage excellence, inspire creativity, and preserve fiber arts traditions through education and community. Our mission is to educate, support and inspire the fiber art community. We invite weavers, spinners, dyers, basket makers, and all fiber art enthusiasts to join us!
Community of spinners and fiber enthusiasts in the Four Corners area.
We are a group of Textile artists, weavers, shepherds, wool enthusiasts, we are young and old.
Diné Bé’Iiná, Inc (DBI) is a 501c(3) grassroots nonprofit organization led by Navajo weavers and shepherds since 1991. We provide education, workshops, consultations and demonstrations to our community.
Rebecca Mezoff hosts a bi-weekly YouTube live video #changetheshed demonstrations of Tapestry techniques and demonstrations. She also has a broad range of YouTube videos and a terrific blog.
And we really like Jane Stafford Textiles, and her monthly blog of sharing the work of other weavers.
A few of our members are taking Janes online weaving classes. She's a wonderful teacher.