Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists
French Broads Weavers
Heritage Weavers & Fiber Artists
Weaving, spinning, knitting, rug hooking, basketry
Spinning, shibori dyeing, batik, printing on fabric, and papermaking.
Shepards, spinners, and wanna-bes
SOFA (South of Asheville Fiber Association)
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.
Cate Hall Weavers, Tryon, NC
Knitting: Instruction in finishing, advanced techniques,
Weave/Study Group of Seneca, SC
Blue Ridge Spinners
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.
Weaving: Rigid heddle, floor loom, tapestry
Beginning weaving (at the Community Center)
Mary Jo Lanik
weaving, spinning, needle felting, dyeing wool/cotton
Check here for details and application forms on upcoming workshops.
Tryon Arts and Crafts
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.
Cotton: spinning, weaving, natural/dyeing, specialty is indigo.
Black Mountain, NC
Fiber Friends -3rd Thursday, 1 pm, at The Folk Art Center. Ursula Powers is the contact.