Ananse Village
Kim Buchheit :: Wildly Woolly
Deanne Fitzpatrick Studio
Cat Brysch Creations Studio
Priscilla Creations by Priscilla Stultz
Design Talented One
Th'Red Head
Judy Connor Jones
Angel Fire Designs
Lorna Bateman Embroidery
Improv Cloth
Jane Hartfield
Sally Gould Wright Quilt Artist
"Normal is NOT an Option"
2D Magic
Lin Hsin-Chen
okan arts — artisan quilts + yukata cottons
The Yarn Tree
Ruby Wings Designs, Peggy Wright
Oshiwa Designs
Linda J. Mendelson
Carol Larson, Textile Artist
Mariposa Handwovens
Flow scarves
Talisman Fibre Arts Studio
Cross Cultural Collaborative
Fiber Assemblages by Boisali Biswas
Coco Kulkarni
Janie M McDonald - textiles and mixed media art
Linda's Art Quilts
Susan Shie
Roxanne Lasky
Close up of stitches. The Hay Meadow
Sonya Philip
Carolyn Manning Designs
Spanglish Fabrics
Dianne Koppisch Hricko
Mabon Arts - Chris Gray
Unique Batik Fair Trade
Gilda Baron Textile Artist
Fuzzy Logic Felt
Lisa Kerpoe
dye diana dye
Indras Ideas
Betty Busby
Sharon V. Rotz, Quilter, Designer, Textile Artist
D. Ellis Originals
Odpaam - Eco Friendly Crochet
Christine Predd
CherScapes Fiber Art Studios
Fiber Visions
Aryana B. Londir
Sheila Held Contemporary Tapestries
Color Creek Fiber Art
Images in Bloom - Shibori Silk
Jan Holzbauer Quilt and Fiber Art
Terri Stegmiller Art Quilts
HAND/EYE Magazine
Susan M. Hinckley
Rose Hughes - Quilt Artist
Banner Mountain Textiles
Calico & Old Lace
Hank and Spool. An online shop selling all natural fabrics, sewing notions and prefelt
Leisa Rich
Marlis Egger Textile Art
Margaret Wheeler
Donna Loraine Contractor
Amy C. Lund, Handweaver Studio & Gallery
Deborah Babin
Wooly Boulevard
Linda Beach
African Threads
Calamity Kim
ITSA Studio
mm handwovens
Arty Moods
Amie Starchuk Textile Artist
Nestle and Soar -- Fiber Folk Art
Maiwa Handprints
Studio Santeena
Silks For You
Lynn's Texas Fiber
Karen Henderson - Fiber Artist & Textile Designer
Textiles by Denise Kovnat
The Rainbow Girl
Peggy Brown
MegWeaves - fabric club for hand-dyed fabrics
Donna Burkholder
Barbara McKie

TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List

is a business community of entrepreneurs rooted in textile and fiber art products and traditions. A majority of our members have social and environmental agendas at the core of their business. TAFA unites old and new traditions, their historical and modern importance, giving a shared platform to both contemporary and traditional textile techniques from all cultures.