The Western North Carolina Fiber/Handweavers Guild
Heritage Weavers & Fiber Artists
Weaving, spinning, knitting, rug hooking, basketry
When you just need to know more, handle more fiber, get more involved, this is a good list of places to go and people to see.
Spinning, shibori dyeing, batik, printing on fabric, and papermaking.
Check here for details and application forms on upcoming workshops.
HWFA Weaving Study Group on 1st Tuesday
HWFA Rug hooking - 1st Sat 9:30 to 12
HWFA Gathering Spinners - 2nd and 4th Tues 1-3
HWFA Inkle weaving - 3rd Tues 1-3
HWFA Gathering of knitters - 1st & 3rd Wed, 1-3
HWFA Punch Needle Study Group - 2nd Friday.
Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists
Weave/Study Group of Seneca, SC
Mary Jo Lanik
weaving, spinning, needle felting, dyeing wool/cotton
Blue Ridge Spinners
SOFA (South of Asheville Fiber Association)
Tryon Arts and Crafts
French Broads Weavers
Beginning weaving (at the Community Center)
Black Mountain, NC
Fiber Friends -3rd Thursday, 1 pm, at The Folk Art Center. Ursula Powers is the contact.
Shepards, spinners, and wanna-bes
You want to learn how to weave, spin, dye, knit, or make paper? Who do you turn to?
Here is a list of people and organizations that offer instruction - privately or as part of a class.
Weaving: Rigid heddle, floor loom, tapestry
Knitting: Instruction in finishing, advanced techniques,
Cotton: spinning, weaving, natural/dyeing, specialty is indigo.
Cate Hall Weavers, Tryon, NC