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Links

  • Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.
    http://www.weavespindye.org
    an international, nonprofit, member organization that is dedicated to supporting and encouraging the fiber arts, as well as preserving our textile cultural heritage

  • Complex Weavers
    http://www.complex-weavers.org/
    an international organization that promotes complex weaving through education and the sharing of information and technology

  • Surface Design Association
    http://www.surfacedesign.org/
    Through its publications and conferences, SDA promotes contemporary textiles from the perspectives of education, studio practices, technical development, marketing, and critical thinking. SDA is a not-for-profit organization.

  • Conference of Northern California Handweavers (CNCH)
    http://www.cnch.org/
    regional conference information and links to Northern California Guilds

  • Association of Northwest Weavers' Guilds
    http://anwg.org/
    ANWG, a non-profit organization supporting the Fiber Arts, features information of interest to fiber artists all over, with particular information for those living in the northwestern US and Canada.

  • Tencel.com, Courtaulds product information site
    http://www.tencel.com
    See what Courtaulds, the company that produces Tencel® has to say about the fiber and its manufacture.

  • Ohio State University Fact Sheet
    http://www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~ohioline/hyg-fact/5000/5572.html
    Excellent article on Lyocell fiber.

  • Peggy Osterkamp - Teacher Extraordinaire
    http://www.weaving.cc/
    Author of two of the best books on the craft of weaving: Winding a Warp and Using a Paddle and Warping a Loom and Tying on New Warps. These are the first two in a proposed series.

  • In Her Hands, Craftswomen Changing the World
    http://www.herhands.com
    Learn more about the book and the authors.

  • NUNO, textile designers, Japan
    http://www.nuno.com/
    Beyond inspiration!

  • Ply-Split Braiding, Linda Hendrickson
    http://www.lindahendrickson.com
    Learn more about ply-split braiding (among other things) from this fabulous and generous teacher.

  • Jhane Barnes, textile designer
    http://www.jhanebarnes.com/
    If you have audio capabilities, hear Jhane talk about Tencel.

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