TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List is a membership association of handmade traditional and contemporary textiles and fiber businesses. TAFA’s members may exhibit, sell, and teach.

The TAFA List has over 500 members from 44 countries.  We are diverse and we are international!

 

Our members are showcased in portfolios with information on what they do and where they are on the web. Visit The List for our member directory or explore visually here. Interested in joining us? TAFA Membership info. TAFA members are vetted in based on their professionalism and quality of work. It is an honor to get listed on TAFA!

 

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TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List is a membership organization of fiber artists and textile businesses on the web. TAFA showcases member portfolios through its website, provides access to larger markets, offers business resources and fosters community.

These goals are achieved through this website, market accessibility, TAFA programs, technical assistance and disseminating member information.

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The Oshiwa Designs stamps are available individually or in sets. Prices have been figured by the square inch and the sets end up being about 15% cheaper than buying one by one. These textile stamps are perfect tools for surface design. Use on fabric or paper and imprint into clay, soap and even cookie dough!

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The Oshiwa Designs stamps are available individually or in sets. Prices have been figured by the square inch and the sets end up being about 15% cheaper than buying one by one. These textile stamps are perfect tools for surface design. Use on fabric or paper and imprint into clay, soap and even cookie dough!

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/oshiwa-designs/

Jannelle Olmstead’s sturdy wearable art tapestry and canvas shoulder bags and pockets, fur trimmed cloaklets, lace Collars and Fancy Crowns are all designed to add that delightful extra accent to any attire. They are her own copyright designs for SomeThing Else Studio, inspired by historical medieval and renaissance items, yet given to her interpretation and imagination.

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Jannelle Olmstead’s sturdy wearable art tapestry and canvas shoulder bags and pockets, fur trimmed cloaklets, lace Collars and Fancy Crowns are all designed to add that delightful extra accent to any attire. They are her own copyright designs for SomeThing Else Studio, inspired by historical medieval and renaissance items, yet given to her interpretation and imagination.

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/something-else-studio/

Find the artwork of Debra Boudreau along with folk art from around the world and vintage collectibles. Steel Goat Studio These gorgeous sterling post earrings are hand fabricated by award winning Navajo artist La Rose Ganadonegro.

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Find the artwork of Debra Boudreau along with folk art from around the world and vintage collectibles. Steel Goat Studio  These gorgeous sterling post earrings are hand fabricated by award winning Navajo artist La Rose Ganadonegro. 

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/steel-goat-studio/

Anna Scott embroidery & design, Australia. Delightful crewel and dimensional embroidery of flowers, birds and other inspirations from nature. This is her latest goldwork piece. Stunning!

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Anna Scott embroidery & design, Australia. Delightful crewel and dimensional embroidery of flowers, birds and other inspirations from nature. This is her latest goldwork piece. Stunning!

http://www.tafalist.com/profile/anna-scott-embroidery/

Debra Dorgan of AllThingsPretty lives in Brisbane, Australia, and loves to give new life to old textiles and other things that she finds along the way. Her style is that of a Boho romantic with tribal overtones. A magpie would go crazy with delight in her studio!

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Debra Dorgan of AllThingsPretty lives in Brisbane, Australia, and loves to give new life to old textiles and other things that she finds along the way. Her style is that of a Boho romantic with tribal overtones. A magpie would go crazy with delight in her studio!

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/allthingspretty/

Artizan Made shared Carrières de Lumières's Exposition immersive 2017.

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VIDEO • Voici la bande-annonce de notre exposition immersive "Bosch, Brueghel, Arcimboldo - Fantastique et merveilleux". Laissez-vous transporter au coeur des oeuvres de ces trois artistes du XVIe s...

Mourne Textiles "In Northern Ireland, craftspeople understand textiles with an affinity that seems to be embedded in their genes." Read more in the Endeavour Issue. bit.ly/2mvRPzP Photography by Tara Fisher. ... See MoreSee Less

Mourne Textiles In Northern Ireland, craftspeople understand textiles with an affinity that seems to be embedded in their genes. Read more in the Endeavour Issue. http://bit.ly/2mvRPzP Photography by Tara Fisher.

International Folk Art Alliance added 2 new photos — at The University of Texas at Arlington.

Had a great time connecting with the team behind Santa Fe International Folk Art Market at Arlington (June 16-17) and seeing the grounds of our first sister Market on the campus UT Arlington. #folkart
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Had a great time connecting with the team behind Santa Fe International Folk Art Market at Arlington (June 16-17) and seeing the grounds of our first sister Market on the campus UT Arlington. #folkart

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Craft in America added 5 new photos.

Save the Date: NATURE premieres on PBS Friday April 21, 2017 (*check local listings). Featuring sculptor Patrick Dougherty, book artist Catherine Alice Michaelis, fiber artist Mary Merkel-Hess, glass artist Preston Singletary, and woodcarver Michelle Holzapfel

#craftinamerica #craftinamericapbs #NATUREepisode May Day Press Preston Singletary Glass Michelle Holzapfel #MaryMerkelHess #PatrickDougherty

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Save the Date: NATURE premieres on PBS Friday April 21, 2017 (*check local listings). Featuring sculptor Patrick Dougherty, book artist Catherine Alice Michaelis, fiber artist Mary Merkel-Hess, glass artist Preston Singletary, and woodcarver Michelle Holzapfel

#craftinamerica #craftinamericapbs #NATUREepisode May Day Press Preston Singletary Glass Michelle Holzapfel #MaryMerkelHess #PatrickDougherty

Photos courtesy of Mark Markley, Brianna Brough/Chapel Hill Magazine, Russell Johnson

Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc. shared Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House's post.

Wild Fabrications opens in its 6th venue tomorrow at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California

Counter-Clockwise from top:
Jan Holzbauer - Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Kate Themel - Red Fox, Blue Fox
Holly Altman - Blind As A Bat - Not Quite
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Opening Saturday, March 25, 2017 - Sunday, June 25, 2017, "Wild Fabrications." Wild Fabrications celebrates a world of animals, both real and fantastical. The exhibit includes quilts in which worldwi...

Wild Fabrications opens in its 6th venue tomorrow at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California

Counter-Clockwise from top:
Jan Holzbauer - Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Kate Themel - Red Fox, Blue Fox
Holly Altman - Blind As A Bat - Not Quite

Fair Trade Federation with HoonArts and JOYN.

We are pleased to welcome HoonArts and JOYN as new FTF members! Welcome to the 360° fair trade community.
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We are pleased to welcome HoonArts and JOYN as new FTF members! Welcome to the 360° fair trade community.

The first 100 visitors to the Bath Fair tomorrow will receive a goody bag! Doors open at 11, The Assembly Rooms, BA1 2QH and there's still time to get your 2 for 1 tickets: bit.ly/2lwssgI ... See MoreSee Less

The first 100 visitors to the Bath Fair tomorrow will receive a goody bag! Doors open at 11, The Assembly Rooms, BA1 2QH and theres still time to get your 2 for 1 tickets: http://bit.ly/2lwssgI

Featured in the Endeavour Issue, Edinburgh-based Dovecot Tapestry Studios, has continually offered apprenticeships since its formation. One hundred years after the death of the founding master weavers, Dovecot is marking the centenary with The Weaver’s Apprentice exhibition at Dovecot Gallery, 10 March- 1 July 2017
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Featured in the Endeavour Issue, Edinburgh-based Dovecot Tapestry Studios, has continually offered apprenticeships since its formation. One hundred years after the death of the founding master weavers, Dovecot is marking the centenary with The Weaver’s Apprentice exhibition at Dovecot Gallery, 10 March- 1 July 2017 
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Mark ObrienIf it wasna for the weavers, what would you do? You wouldna hae cloth that's made o wool Ye wouldna hae a coat neither black nor the blue If it wasna for the work o the the weavers

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Rayela Art shared Viral Thread's Telescopic Camper Van.

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And, I want a driver, too.... (have a thing about going over bridges...)
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Road trips will never be the same again

If you haven't seen our Winter EIP Journal, you're missing out. It's filled with beautiful pieces like this and many more. Photo from Kaitlin Shae, “Sacred Geometry and CERN in Self.” ... See MoreSee Less

If you havent seen our Winter EIP Journal, youre missing out. Its filled with beautiful pieces like this and many more. Photo from Kaitlin Shae, “Sacred Geometry and CERN in Self.”

Made in the USA
Chris Payne captures the American textile industry in the Endeavour Issue.
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Made in the USA 
Chris Payne captures the American textile industry in the Endeavour Issue.

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Eight countries are represented around this table...Market season is upon us! with Hilary Kilpatric and Sandy Constantine Peinado #folkart ... See MoreSee Less

Eight countries are represented around this table...Market season is upon us! with Hilary Kilpatric and Sandy Constantine Peinado #folkart

International Folk Art Alliance added 4 new photos — at Dallas Market Center.

This is how IFAA represents in Dallas! #folkartfashion
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This is how IFAA represents in Dallas! #folkartfashion

International Folk Art Alliance added 13 new photos.

Howdy from the Dallas Market Center, Apparel and Accessories Show! We are the "Four Corners of the World." #folkart
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Howdy from the Dallas Market Center, Apparel and Accessories Show! We are the Four Corners of the World. #folkart

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Judy Potegreat selection of artists!!!

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Craft in America added 5 new photos.

A perfect duo of ceramics shows not to be missed in the SGValley, at Scripps College and American Museum of Ceramic Art / AMOCA. Kudos to Joan Takayama-Ogawa for pulling off two simultaneous shows, as curator for the Annual and artist of "Climate Change" in the AMOCA vault. Both shows are driven by themes of ecological responsibility.
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A perfect duo of ceramics shows not to be missed in the SGValley, at Scripps College and American Museum of Ceramic Art / AMOCA. Kudos to Joan Takayama-Ogawa for pulling off two simultaneous shows, as curator for the Annual and artist of Climate Change in the AMOCA vault. Both shows are driven by themes of ecological responsibility.

Keepsake Embroidery Workshop with Becky Adams, April 1st.

Create a fabric covered Pocket Book in which to store personal treasures, secrets or billet-doux (a love letter). The keepsake books consist of numerous little pockets in which to house collected ephemera, stories and souvenirs. Once completed, they become the perfect companion for future travel and adventures, make a beautiful gift or create a treasured heirloom. bit.ly/2mLaant
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Keepsake Embroidery Workshop with Becky Adams, April 1st.

Create a fabric covered Pocket Book in which to store personal treasures, secrets or billet-doux (a love letter). The keepsake books consist of  numerous little pockets in which to house collected ephemera, stories and souvenirs. Once completed, they become the perfect companion for future travel and adventures, make a beautiful gift or create a treasured heirloom. http://bit.ly/2mLaant

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Craft in America shared their event.

Please join us for a talk by fiber artist Joy Stocksdale on April 1 at 4pm at the Craft in America Center. Joy will speak about her vibrant wall hangings and polychromatic screen printing process. This event is co-presented by Freehand Gallery.

To reserve your seat: rsvp@craftinamerica.org

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Joy Stocksdale talk: "Finding My Way to Screen Printing" Saturday, April 1, 2017, 4pm Craft in America Center Please RSVP: rsvp@craftinamerica.org Fiber artist Joy Stocksdale creates vibrant, filmy w...

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Craft in America added an event.

Print and the Power of Protest: Inking Up! for environmental and social justice with Catherine Alice Michaelis of May Day Press
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 12:30PM
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In honor of Earth Day, meet book artist and print maker Catherine Alice Michaelis, who will put her press to the test as she guides visitors to generate timely, political statements about the state of the environment. Michaelis, who is featured in Craft in America's episode, NATURE, founded May Day Press in 1992 near Shelton, Washington. Her books are included in prestigious public and private collections across the country. She has recently explored other forms of image making in her practice, including video poetry and letter pressing directly on film, and she remains driven by a passion for the natural world.

Channel your ideas, hopes and fears about ecology, preservation and conservation into artwork with this unique encounter.
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Print & the Power of Protest: Catherine Alice Michaelis workshop

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Print and the Power of Protest: Inking Up! for environmental and social justice with Catherine Alice Michaelis of May Day Press Saturday, April 22, 2017, 12:30PM Craft in America Center In honor of E...

Print & the Power of Protest: Catherine Alice Michaelis workshop

Surface Design Association added an event.

Join SDA when we return to Portland, Oregon for the biennial conference centered on creativity and our 40th Anniversary. This conference features an array of exciting speakers, balancing thoughtful inquiry and dialogue with making and celebration. Making Our Mark will be held in partnership with Portland State University and OCAC - Oregon College of Art and Craft, with sponsorship from the American Crafts Council and Friends of Fiber Art.

-Regular registration is $390 (includes Saturday lunch and appetizer reception)
-Student registration is $200 (includes Saturday lunch and appetizer reception)
-Trunk Show participation is $50
Register early! The conference will be limited to 250 participants. --Late fees apply after July 1 when registration fees increase to $440 (regular) and $235 (student).

Registration checklist:

-You must be a member to register. Join SDA and have your login info ready.
-Sign up during registration for signature Making Our Mark Events:
-Share your work at the fast-paced Pecha Kucha style presentations (application and more info coming soon)
-Participate in the mentoring program to create experienced and student artist partnerships (more info coming soon)
-Participate in the Member Trunk Show (more info coming soon)
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Making Our Mark - SDA 2017 Conference

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Join SDA when we return to Portland, Oregon for the biennial conference centered on creativity and our 40th Anniversary. This conference features an array of exciting speakers, balancing thoughtful in...

Making Our Mark - SDA 2017 Conference

With artisan Jaime Equihua, Guillermo Jester Rentería is co-owner of PATAKUA and a successful alumnus of the 2014 Market Readiness Program. Working with artisans in Michoacan, Mexico, Guillermo uses original, cutting edge designs, selecting colors and textiles attractive to the western retail market. Do you want to learn to differentiate your brand and products from your competitors using best practices in design and product development? Join us for the 2017 Market Readiness Program today!

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#HandmadeIsModern #DiscoverHandmade #ExportHandmade #Artisans #MarketReadinessProgram #MRP #Global #Handmade #Design #Mexico #Patakua #Michoacan #Fashion #Ethicalfashion #highfashion #Modern #Inspiring #Individual #innovation
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With artisan Jaime Equihua, Guillermo Jester Rentería is co-owner of PATAKUA and a successful alumnus of the 2014 Market Readiness Program. Working with artisans in Michoacan, Mexico, Guillermo uses original, cutting edge designs, selecting colors and textiles attractive to the western retail market. Do you want to learn to differentiate your brand and products from your competitors using best practices in design and product development? Join us for the 2017 Market Readiness Program today!

http://www.aidtoartisans.org/trainingresources/market-readiness-program/

#HandmadeIsModern #DiscoverHandmade #ExportHandmade #Artisans #MarketReadinessProgram #MRP #Global #Handmade #Design #Mexico #Patakua #Michoacan #Fashion #Ethicalfashion #highfashion #Modern  #Inspiring #Individual #innovation

#TrunkShowTuesday for March 21, 2017
In this week's installment of #TrunkShowTuesday, view work by Susie Monday; Colleen Ansbaugh; Sherri Lipman McCauley; Marilyn Lone; Cynthia Wenslow; Sharon Buck; Hilary Clark; and Mary Ruzich.

Stop back each Tuesday for more Trunk Show goodness!

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Jan WrightBeautiful, Marilyn Lone!! Congratulations!

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Christine OlahConnie Marie Fahrion thanks for sharing this. A lovely chance to see other people's work not usually in my wheelhouse (even though I hate that phrase.)

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Rayela Art shared INSIDER art's Colorful chair rugs made by refugees.

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These colorful rugs give chairs a makeover.

Rayela Art shared BrightVibes's Incredibly beautiful friendship leads to a... forest.

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Afghan Tribal Arts shared The Writings of Abdul Wardak's photo.

This is the latest poem by Abdul Wardak, owner of Afghan Tribal Arts. It is called, "The Bartender" and is a beautiful way to think about life.

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The Bartender This is the tavern where the attendant sees all Through the eye of equality. It's not a crime here to serve a drink nor be a drunk. It is a crime to wake up sober by the door. This is...

This is the latest poem by Abdul Wardak, owner of Afghan Tribal Arts. It is called, The Bartender and is a beautiful way to think about life.

You can follow him on The Writings of Abdul Wardak!

Rayela Art shared Relax Time - Минутка отдыха's Отличный способ удивить своего мужчину 😀.

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  • #TrunkShowTuesday for March 21, 2017
    Here’s this week’s installment of #TrunkShowTuesday! Make sure to subscribe to our blog or YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of these great art quilts! We are now accepting reservations to host a trunk. Contact exhibitions@saqa.com for more details. The Trunk Show will debut next month at the joint SAQA – International Quilt Study Center & Museum Conference. You’ll want to see this – and more – artwork up close and personal! ... read more
    Source: SAQA- Studio Art Quilts AssociatesPublished on March-21-2017By Social Media Manager
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  • Become an NBO Member
    When you join NBO, you join a lively community of people who care about the past, the present and the future of basketry in America. We invite you to watch the video for more information about membership… and we invite you to join with us. ... read more
    Source: National Basketry OrgPublished on March-15-2017By Admin8
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  • #TrunkShowTuesday for March 14, 2017
    Now presenting this week’s #TrunkShowTuesday slideshow. Make sure to subscribe to our blog or YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of these great art quilts! We are now accepting reservations to host a trunk. Contact exhibitions@saqa.com for more details. The Trunk Show will debut next month at the joint SAQA – International Quilt Study Center & Museum Conference. You’ll want to see this – and more – artwork up close and personal! ... read more
    Source: SAQA- Studio Art Quilts AssociatesPublished on March-14-2017By Social Media Manager
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    Textiil sells artisanal fabrics, and creates modern global home decor and accessories from batik, ikat and songket sourced in Indonesia and Malaysia. They have a growing stock of sustainably made plant based dye batiks and natural dye silks.

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    There is NO other place online that will work harder to help expand your reach, enhance your online impact or improve your understanding of what to do and how to do it to improve your fiber-related business. I am proud to be a member AND a sponsor for TAFA and will continue long after other of my memberships is gone!"  Visit Cat's Shop

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