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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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9 hours ago

Artizan Made

Laverne Zabielski works from her home in Monticello, Kentucky where she employs dye techniques to fabrics and then transforms them into wearable art. Her mission is to help women at midlife and beyond stop suppressing and start expressing their unique, colorful, deeper selves through what they wear.

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Laverne Zabielski works from her home in Monticello, Kentucky where she employs dye techniques to fabrics and then transforms them into wearable art. Her mission is to help women at midlife and beyond stop suppressing and start expressing their unique, colorful, deeper selves through what they wear.

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/laverne-zabielski/

Yekaterina Mokeyeva, of Feuer Und Wasser, is originally from Russia, now living in California. Katia is a master at nuno felted garments and accessories, focusing on Woodland themes.

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Yekaterina Mokeyeva, of Feuer Und Wasser, is originally from Russia, now living in California. Katia is a master at nuno felted garments and accessories, focusing on Woodland themes.

http://www.tafalist.com/profile/feuer-und-wasser/

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Gorgeous, masterful indeed.

This is really beautiful

Somptueuse étoffes. ...

sublime tout simplement sublime !

10 hours ago

Craft in America

The online gallery of "NATURE: Highlights from the Exhibition" will be available on the website soon, but these works are so intricately crafted, it's a real treat to see them in person.

Pictured is Michelle Holzapfel's "Ondines" from 2003.
This piece is carved from the mass of wood in the center of the turned vessel, not carved separately and placed inside. The figures are based on characters from a children's story by Eleanor Fargeon.

"NATURE: Highlights from the Exhibition" is open through May 13, 2017
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The online gallery of NATURE: Highlights from the Exhibition will be available on the website soon, but these works are so intricately crafted, its a real treat to see them in person.

Pictured is Michelle Holzapfels Ondines from 2003.
This piece is carved from the mass of wood in the center of the turned vessel, not carved separately and placed inside. The figures are based on characters from a childrens story by Eleanor Fargeon.

NATURE: Highlights from the Exhibition is open through May 13, 2017

11 hours ago

Artizan Made

Lynn of LoomOnTheLake weaves luxurious home accents from top quality materials, normally a mix of cotton and linen. She enjoys complexity in design.

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Lynn of LoomOnTheLake weaves luxurious home accents from top quality materials, normally a mix of cotton and linen. She enjoys complexity in design.

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/loomonthelake/

12 hours ago

Artizan Made

Irith Mashiah of Haifa, Israel, is a metalwork jewelry designer inspired by the sea. She uses silver, gold, copper and brass in Rioritajewelry designs, along with semi precious stones, sea glass, Roman glass and ancient coins.

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Irith Mashiah of Haifa, Israel, is a metalwork jewelry designer inspired by the sea. She uses silver, gold, copper and brass in Rioritajewelry designs, along with semi precious stones, sea glass, Roman glass and ancient coins.

http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/rioritajewelry/

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Beautifull!

What is this ring called, the stone is stunning!

Susan Fennell Studio dyes clothing and textile pieces in her home studio. While she also works with other dyes and colors, her main interest is indigo. Sue lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, and teaches dye workshops. Oriba Shibori

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Susan Fennell Studio dyes clothing and textile pieces in her home studio. While she also works with other dyes and colors, her main interest is indigo. Sue lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, and teaches dye workshops.  Oriba Shibori

http://www.tafalist.com/profile/susan-fennell-studio/

13 hours ago

Fair Trade Federation

The FTF fair trade expo is underway with over 50 fair trade companies and supporting organizations joining us. Stop by to see the beautiful products! ... See MoreSee Less

The FTF fair trade expo is underway with over 50 fair trade companies and supporting organizations joining us. Stop by to see the beautiful products!

Christine Mauersberger Artist Page is an Ohio textile artist who explores concepts of time through her work. She dyes, stitches, uses found objects, always exploring how marking time can be translated into paper or thread.

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Christine Mauersberger Artist Page is an Ohio textile artist who explores concepts of time through her work. She dyes, stitches, uses found objects, always exploring how marking time can be translated into paper or thread.

http://www.tafalist.com/profile/christine-mauersberger/

18 hours ago

Selvedge Magazine

WORK TO RULE
Dawson Denim wear the trousers
All in the Endeavour Issue, No 75
Photography: Allun Callender
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WORK TO RULE 
Dawson Denim wear the trousers
All in the Endeavour Issue, No 75
Photography: Allun Callender

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kann man euch besuchen? WO?

einfach nur schön... ich liebe euch

19 hours ago

Aid to Artisans

Meet Guillermo Jester Rentería, a successful 2014 Market Readiness Program Alumnus. Since participating in the Market Readiness Program, Guillermo has been busy not only building his brand, but supporting other artisan initiatives as well. Today Guillermo works as the Commercial and Design Coordinator for Aid to Artisans México while simultaneously building his self-named genderless fashion brand Guillermo Jester. In addition, Guillermo support other artisans’ groups through KUNU and PATAKUA, two brands of which he is a co-owner. How does Guillermo balance all this work? By knowing and understanding the tools and strategies necessary in the artisan world and retail market, enabling him to work smarter and more effectively.

Join entrepreneurs like Guillermo this August at the 2017 Market Readiness Program.

Apply Today!
www.aidtoartisans.org/trai…/market-readiness-program/

#HandmadeIsModern #DiscoverHandmade #ExportHandmade #Artisans #MarketReadinessProgram #MRP #Global #Handmade #Design #Mexico #Patakua #Michoacan #Fashion #Ethicalfashion #highfashion #Modern #Inspiring #Individual #innovation
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Meet Guillermo Jester Rentería, a successful 2014 Market Readiness Program Alumnus. Since participating in the Market Readiness Program, Guillermo has been busy not only building his brand, but supporting other artisan initiatives as well. Today Guillermo works as the Commercial and Design Coordinator for Aid to Artisans México while simultaneously building his self-named genderless fashion brand Guillermo Jester. In addition, Guillermo support other artisans’ groups through KUNU and PATAKUA, two brands of which he is a co-owner. How does Guillermo balance all this work? By knowing and understanding the tools and strategies necessary in the artisan world and retail market, enabling him to work smarter and more effectively.

Join entrepreneurs like Guillermo this August at the 2017 Market Readiness Program.

Apply Today!
http://www.aidtoartisans.org/trai…/market-readiness-program/

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

Based in Istanbul, Turkish Folk Art sells textiles and ethnographic items from Turkey and the region: rugs, textiles, trappings, accessories, and more.

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Based in Istanbul, Turkish Folk Art sells textiles and ethnographic items from Turkey and the region: rugs, textiles, trappings, accessories, and more.

http://www.tafalist.com/profile/turkish-folk-art/

19 hours ago

Selvedge Magazine

Luisa Cevese Riedizioni are offering readers the chance to win a large tote bag made with coloured silk selvedges. Enter for a chance to win here: bit.ly/1L63mXQ ... See MoreSee Less

Luisa Cevese Riedizioni are offering readers the chance to win a large tote bag made with coloured silk selvedges. Enter for a chance to win here: http://bit.ly/1L63mXQ

20 hours ago

Fair Trade Federation

Fair trade retailers are hearing from Kevin Natapow of Creative Retail Solutions as well as FTF's Chris Solt in this morning's Retailer Intensive session. #FTFLouisville ... See MoreSee Less

Fair trade retailers are hearing from Kevin Natapow of Creative Retail Solutions as well as FTFs Chris Solt in this mornings Retailer Intensive session. #FTFLouisville

20 hours ago

Fair Trade Federation

With our fair trade coffee, tea, and snacks, the conference is off to a strong start. #FTFLouisville ... See MoreSee Less

With our fair trade coffee, tea, and snacks, the conference is off to a strong start. #FTFLouisville

21 hours ago

Handmade Business magazine

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Join your fellow craft enthusiasts at our American Craft Show in St. Paul Preview Party on Thursday, April 6. The evening is an exclusive opportunity to meet the artists and shop the show while enjoying cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, live music, and The Balvenie US tastings. Get tickets and more info at: bit.ly/MSP17party ... See MoreSee Less

Join your fellow craft enthusiasts at our American Craft Show in St. Paul Preview Party on Thursday, April 6. The evening is an exclusive opportunity to meet the artists and shop the show while enjoying cocktails, hors doeuvres, live music, and The Balvenie US tastings. Get tickets and more info at: bit.ly/MSP17party

The rise of the “Bleu de Travail" French worker’s jacket. Read more in the Endeavour Issue. Photo: Carrier Company ... See MoreSee Less

The rise of the “Bleu de Travail French worker’s jacket. Read more in the Endeavour Issue. Photo: Carrier Company

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We love this look, Monty Don pulls it off rather well!

Look Liz!

Look Don Craig - like Bill's

Friday Night's "Members Only Event" was a huge success. Museum members were treated to a pre-opening preview of the new exhibit, "Wild Fabrications". ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Craft in America

Fiber artist Joy Stocksdale's artist talk is this Saturday 4/1 at 4pm at the Craft in America Center. Have you reserved your seat yet? rsvp@craftinamerica.org

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Fiber artist Joy Stocksdales artist talk is this Saturday 4/1 at 4pm at the Craft in America Center. Have you reserved your seat yet? rsvp@craftinamerica.org

#craftinamericacenter #paper Freehand Gallery

2 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Mother and Daughter Bonnie and Crystal Flynt present a selection of their favourite things at Tucson's Bon Boutique. Read more in the Endeavour Issue. Photography by Kate Edmonson. bit.ly/2ocSxPC ... See MoreSee Less

Mother and Daughter Bonnie and Crystal Flynt present a selection of their favourite things at Tucsons Bon Boutique. Read more in the Endeavour Issue. Photography by Kate Edmonson. http://bit.ly/2ocSxPC

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Reminds me of Magnolia Pearl and Paris Rags 😊

2 days ago

Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc.

Some images of Wild Fabrications at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California ... See MoreSee Less

Some images of Wild Fabrications at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California

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Wonderful quilts displayed in a wonderful venue!

We have arrived in Louisville and are excited to be preparing for and welcoming the Conference & Expo attendees! #FTFLouisville ... See MoreSee Less

We have arrived in Louisville and are excited to be preparing for and welcoming the Conference & Expo attendees! #FTFLouisville

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Anything in, or near Seattle coming soon. We have a "fair trade only" women's clothing & accessories store on Whidbey Island, but don't have the funds to travel that far. Is there a list of vendors that is available? Companies, not reps.

Good luck guys and have a wonderful time! 🙂 I'm sure it's going to be as awesome as ever!

Very much looking forward to it!

2 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

VIEW. 'Massed Media.' Until 9 April 2017. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts. Image: Black River by El Anatsui. bit.ly/2fuI0gy ... See MoreSee Less

VIEW. Massed Media. Until 9 April 2017. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts. Image: Black River by El Anatsui. http://bit.ly/2fuI0gy

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This is a beautiful piece, saw it it Boston this time last year

Love it.

He is such a wonderful artist.

Amazing artistic talent

Lyn Kingsmill this was who I was trying to remember!

woah!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Idit Steinberg

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#TrunkShowTuesday for March 28, 2017
Welcome to another #TrunkShowTuesday! This week enjoy beautiful art quilts by Leslie Cohen, Cathy Drummond, Debra Goley, Loree Jackson, Hildegard Mueller, Deborah Ross, Carole Staples, and Martha Wolfe!

The 2017 SAQA Trunk Show will debut in just a little less than a month at the SAQA Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska. We can't wait!

Want to host a trunk and share some of these wonderful pieces in your community? Contact exhibitions@saqa.com for more information.
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Man wish I lived closer

Show more, slowly!

2 days ago

Rayela Art

Michael June 2016
#BurningmanI quilt and sew accessories. These photos are of some of the things I've made in the last couple of years.
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Michael June 2016
#Burningman

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amazing

that is so cool!!

Great work!

Wow!

I love it!

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2 days ago

Rayela Art

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Pauls Hat January 2017

2 days ago

Rayela Art

My friend, Diane Gerlach, was here for a visit last December and as she is a master knitter, I finally gave in and asked her to show me how. Ugh. Birth of a new addiction! But, at least now I have something I can post here on my page...

I grabbed these two handsome young men, Pablo and Kilo for an impromptu photo shoot. 🙂

Thanks to Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art and Rose Hughes - Quilt Artist for yarn donations. Now I'm hounding eBay for dead people's yarn...
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My friend, Diane Gerlach, was here for a visit last December and as she is a master knitter, I finally gave in and asked her to show me how. Ugh. Birth of a new addiction! But, at least now I have something I can post here on my page...  

I grabbed these two handsome young men, Pablo and Kilo for an impromptu photo shoot. :)

Thanks to Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art and Rose Hughes - Quilt Artist for yarn donations. Now Im hounding eBay for dead peoples yarn...

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Nice work!

Well done. They look great! The knitting is great too 😜 x

2 days ago

Craft in America

Lessons Learned: Old Tools and Native American Skills

While we were in Phoenix to cover the Heard Museum Fair and Market, and review their exhibition, Beauty Speaks for Us this March, we stopped in to see longtime friend John C. Hill, in his Scottsdale gallery. Situated on a corner, the gallery space is a warm setting, full of good Southwest art, and especially so regarding the jewelry, mostly vintage and of a quality not often seen now. John is well respected for his knowledge of all the Southwest crafts, and is called upon to appraise collections. Shown alongside the jewelry was an excellent selection of old tufa molds, steel female dies, punches or male steel dies/stamps (some made from old rebar) and cold chisels. If a gallery visitor knew about tool use, it would greatly enhance that person’s understanding of how Native American jewelry were made. These old tools vividly reminded me of photos in John Adair’s classic book, The Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths.

The Heard Fair and Market is always a learning experience; with the old tools fresh in mind from John Hill’s gallery, the continuity of beautiful and precise use of punchwork or stampwork was immediately evident in the work of many artists. None more so than in Norbert Peshlakai’s demonstration in the courtyard of the museum. A master of his art in many techniques, Peshlakai is Navajo, born in 1953. A demonstration is somewhat like the old Navajo way of teaching, where the pupil silently watches the master, then attempts to replicate what he has seen. I am afraid my curiosity got the better of me, since I asked Norbert many questions about his techniques. I came away more impressed than ever with the simplicity, precision and cleverness of his metalworking.

I thank John Hill and Norbert Peshlakai in sharing their knowledge with me, and deepening my understanding of both old and new Navajo and Southwest metalworking techniques. Seeing old and new jewelry reinforces the perception of how much human creativity, innovation and hard work goes into the making of these handmade art.

Robert K. Liu, Coeditor, Ornament Magazine
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3 days ago

Craft in America

A blown glass collaboration with Dante Marioni. See more at: www.prestonsingletary.com/work/detail/primitive-elegant

Untitled, 2016
Blown Glass
Marioni & SIngletary
19" x 9" x 9"
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Beautiful!

Rob McMahon

Stunning!!!

My favorite glass artist.

3 days ago

Afghan Tribal Arts

Beautiful vintage Pashtun pendant featured on Artizan Made!

See all of our tribal jewelry here:
www.etsy.com/shop/AfghanTribalArts?ref=hdr_shop_menu&section_id=5840731Afghan Tribal Arts imports textiles, beads, carpets and artifacts from Afghanistan. Abdul Wardak travels a show route between Wisconsin and Florida.

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Beautiful vintage Pashtun pendant featured on Artizan Made! 

See all of our tribal jewelry here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/AfghanTribalArts?ref=hdr_shop_menu&section_id=5840731

3 days ago

Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc.

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Just a heads up for those planning on seeing Layered Voices at the IQSC&M this weekend - the opening has been delayed until April 4th.

There's still plenty of time for you to subscribe to our quarterly journals. This piece is from our Winter EIP Journal from J. Casey Doyle, “I am my own Cheerleader." ... See MoreSee Less

Theres still plenty of time for you to subscribe to our quarterly journals. This piece is from our Winter EIP Journal from J. Casey Doyle, “I am my own Cheerleader.

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 ... See MoreSee Less

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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Excellent service

6 days ago

Fair Trade Federation

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

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

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  • #TrunkShowTuesday for March 28, 2017
    The day you’ve been awaiting has arrived: #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 soon 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-28-2017By Social Media Manager
    2 days ago
  • #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
    1 week ago
  • 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
    2 weeks ago
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    The Pacific Northwest Art School offers workshops and classes in Fiber Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, and Photography. Whidbey Island, Washington, USA.

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    MarketPlace: Handwork of India, empowering women and breaking the cycle of poverty! Fair Trade and handmade, long-lasting elegance!

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  • Textile Artist

    Laura Lee Burch is an American artist and author living in Israel. Her current passion lies in needle felting animals and people with humor and sometimes, a message. She welcomes special commissions of her work.

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  • Web Shop, Designer, Importer

    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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  • Retail Gallery, Etsy Shop

    CulturalPatina Gallery sells tribal art from around the world, with a special focus on SouthWestern Navajo rugs and Native American pottery. Holiday sale through December 22, 2015!

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  • Fair Trade, Online Sales, Product Development

    Threads of Peru is a not-for-profit social enterprise that connects the world to handmade treasures of the Andes, helping to strengthen ancient craft techniques and empower artisans. Visit our online shop for garments, accessories and home textiles!

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  • Textile Artist, Workshops

    Elena Ulyanova has a passion for eco and botanical dye processes and has taught her methods in many European countries. Originally from the Ukraine, she now lives in Poland. She sells upcycled garments and accessories that she dyes on Etsy.

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  • Textile Artist, Workshops

    Transformative textile art, Threads of Awakening, based in Buddhist tradition. Online apprenticeships and commissions. Prints. Training. Your spiritual path. Your creative practice. Connected. Leslie's monthly newsletter.

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  • Artist

    Cindy Grisdela Art Quilts: Festival schedule and a nice display of what's available in her Etsy shop.

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  • Weaver, Mixed Media Artist, Marketer

    Bonnie Clark of Dakini Dreams primarily works in fibers and textiles, along with mask making, printmaking, collage, assemblage, ceramics, and polymer clay. Through her practice she expands on age-old cultural themes relating to personal growth, empowerment, and transformation.

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    Jane Dunnewold is an artist, teacher and author of surface design techniques. She teaches and lectures internationally and at her studio in San Antonio, Texas.

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    Mary Hertert hand dyes fabric and uses it in her garments and home decor products. She has a great shop on her site with one of a kind tops, vests, pants and capes. Based in Grand Junction, Colorado.

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    "Windows into Time" series, glimpsing out into what is our amazing earth, art quilts for sale by Clairan Ferrono of Fabric8tions.

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    Ann Robinson Textiles weaves beautiful handwoven accessories and dyes the fibers she uses to create fabrics. Her woven art complements classic wardrobes as well as contemporary home and office settings.

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    Afghan Tribal Arts Beads and Textiles, natural gemstones from Afghanistan and vintage textiles, following a regular show route in Southeastern USA.

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  • "Being connected, through TAFA , with fiber artists from all around the world and feeling like a part of something bigger, helps me to go ahead whenever doubt comes over me. I’m so happy to meet wonderful people through this great community. People who do their best every day to bewitch our world with art that celebrates the joy of living and the beauty around us."  Visit Ariane's Shop    

    Ariane Mariane
  • "I wish I could relate to fellow fiber artisans what I have witnessed since joining TAFA. This site, this concept, this group was born from the mind of one extraordinary visionary and has grown to become so much more under her watchful eye. I have been amended, improved, astounded and amazed by the energy and knowledge embodied in TAFA.

    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

    Cat Brysch Creations Studio