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.
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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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Artizan Made

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Over 2,000 handmade products! Textiles, clay, wood, clothing, jewelry and more!
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10 hours ago

Artizan Made

Woodissimo HoldNapután Művészeti Műhely
artizanmade.com/portfolios/woodissimo/

“All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

HoldNapután Művészeti Műhely
The In Dream soundtrack cover music box from Lord of the Rings movie with White Tree of Gondor - Tolkien
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African Threads: Textiles in Support of Women in Africa tours are led by textile artist Valerie Hearder, born and raised in South Africa and now living in Nova Scotia, Canada. Valerie has won numerous awards for her own art quilts, written two books on her techniques, and participates actively with other textile artists in her community and online.

www.tafalist.com/profile/african-threads-tours-valerie-hearder/

This photo: One of the tour participants bought this huge textile!
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African Threads: Textiles in Support of Women in Africa tours are led by textile artist Valerie Hearder, born and raised in South Africa and now living in Nova Scotia, Canada. Valerie has won numerous awards for her own art quilts, written two books on her techniques, and participates actively with other textile artists in her community and online. 

https://www.tafalist.com/profile/african-threads-tours-valerie-hearder/

This photo: One of the tour participants bought this huge textile!

12 hours ago

Artizan Made

Carla Trujillo
artizanmade.com/portfolios/carla-trujillo/

“Inaction quickly consumes a lifetime. Be curious, be bold, pay close attention to the world in front of you. And start trying stuff.”
― Ben Falk , The Resilient Farm and Homestead: An Innovative Permaculture and Whole Systems Design Approach
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Carla Trujillo
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/carla-trujillo/

“Inaction quickly consumes a lifetime. Be curious, be bold, pay close attention to the world in front of you. And start trying stuff.” 
― Ben Falk , The Resilient Farm and Homestead: An Innovative Permaculture and Whole Systems Design Approach

13 hours ago

Craft in America

#FromTheShelves
Craft in America has a growing research library with amazing gems like this exhibition catalogue "Glass America, 1978." Come visit our collection!
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Victoria Gertenbach, Quilt & Textile Art finds great inspiration for her quilts in Lancaster County, where she lives. She delights in living where old meets new. Victoria maintains an active blog where she documents her work. Many of her quilts are available as pdf patterns.

www.tafalist.com/profile/victoria-gertenbach/
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Victoria Gertenbach, Quilt & Textile Art finds great inspiration for her quilts in Lancaster County, where she lives. She delights in living where old meets new. Victoria maintains an active blog where she documents her work. Many of her quilts are available as pdf patterns.

https://www.tafalist.com/profile/victoria-gertenbach/

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Thanks so much for the lovely shout out. <3

15 hours ago

Artizan Made

Hammock Boutique
artizanmade.com/portfolios/hammock-boutique/

“Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it.”
― Ray Bradbury
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Hammock Boutique
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/hammock-boutique/

“Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it.” 
― Ray Bradbury

#BeTheFirst to be inspired by folk art innovation at Opening Night of the 2017 International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe on Friday, July 14. For more info and tickets, visit www.folkartalliance.org/tickets ... See MoreSee Less

#BeTheFirst to be inspired by folk art innovation at Opening Night of the 2017 International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe on Friday, July 14. For more info and tickets, visit www.folkartalliance.org/tickets

22 hours ago

Artizan Made

Steel Goat Studio
artizanmade.com/portfolios/steel-goat-studio/

“A sombrero fell out of the sky and landed on the main street of town in front of the mayor, his cousin, and a person out of work. The day was scrubbed clean by the desert air. The sky was blue. It was the blue of human eyes, waiting for something to happen. There was no reason for a sombrero to fall out of the sky. No airplane or helicopter was passing overhead and it was not a religious holiday.”
Richard Brautigan, Sombrero Fallout
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Steel Goat Studio
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/steel-goat-studio/

“A sombrero fell out of the sky and landed on the main street of town in front of the mayor, his cousin, and a person out of work. The day was scrubbed clean by the desert air. The sky was blue. It was the blue of human eyes, waiting for something to happen. There was no reason for a sombrero to fall out of the sky. No airplane or helicopter was passing overhead and it was not a religious holiday.” 
― Richard Brautigan, Sombrero Fallout

Want to listen to a fantastic podcast about Instagram- and specifically learn about shadowbans? Check out this episode by Artists Helping Artists on Blog Talk Radio. Jump to 8 mins. in to get right to the start of the good stuff 🙂

www.blogtalkradio.com/artistshelpingartists/2017/05/11/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-instagram

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Instagram
Social Media changes every day. Sometimes these changes are good and sometimes they are not. On today's show we are going to talk about what's new with Instagram. We have the good which is an awesome and free app tool called Linktree. And we have the bad and ugly which is Shadow Banning. You don't w...
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Ever wondered why we think of blue for boys or pink for girls, or why bows and floral designs are absent from boys’ clothing? These aspects of children’s clothing – along with the history of boys in dresses and the taboo of trousers – are just a few of the subjects which will be touched upon in a new talk entitled Made to Wear.
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Ever wondered why we think of blue for boys or pink for girls, or why bows and floral designs are absent from boys’ clothing? These aspects of children’s clothing – along with the history of boys in dresses and the taboo of trousers – are just a few of the subjects which will be touched upon in a new talk entitled Made to Wear.
http://ow.ly/H20U30cNXhw

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How about wearing the colors you LOVE and dressing children likewise without stereotype?

Blue is for women (water) while red is for men (fire)

Kirsty Nicolson

Here's a look at some of the artists who were featured at the VIP Preview Party for the International Folk Art Market | Collection at Dallas Market Center yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

International Folk Art Alliance

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2 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Edinburgh Fair
We're making our way to Edinburgh this Summer, August 19 for the Selvedge Fair.
Buy 2-for-1 tickets when you book in advance using the code SVF17 on our site.
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2 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Khadi & Co is a collection by Danish designer Bess Nielsen inspired by Mahatma Gandi's Swadeshi, a movement promoting Indian goods he started in 1918.
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Khadi & Co is a collection by Danish designer Bess Nielsen inspired by Mahatma Gandis Swadeshi, a movement promoting Indian goods he started in 1918.
http://ow.ly/1Cxv30cM0hS

2 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

As giant, inexpensive homeware brands such as Ikea continue to grow worldwide, it’s not wholly uncommon for people’s living rooms to end up looking like a page ripped right out of the catalogue. As an antidote to this somewhat homogenous aesthetic, it’s not surprising that an increasing amount of forward-thinking consumers are opting for a more artisanal style of homeware to furnish their lives.
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As giant, inexpensive homeware brands such as Ikea continue to grow worldwide, it’s not wholly uncommon for people’s living rooms to end up looking like a page ripped right out of the catalogue. As an antidote to this somewhat homogenous aesthetic, it’s not surprising that an increasing amount of forward-thinking consumers are opting for a more artisanal style of homeware to furnish their lives.
http://ow.ly/BJSY30cLA1K

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And at the other end of the scale... there's me. Using second hand fabrics and second hand sewing machine to recover a second hand sofa. I'm not sure if it will work yet... but, it's definitely worth a try!

Couldn't agree more with this, what I call the 'high st' look. One of the reasons I gave up my soft furnishings business was because so many people had these rules in their heads they had to follow.

One of the reasons I retrained in textiles and started designing my own fabric which I sell through Spoonflower. It's so nice having fabric "not from the high street" www.spoonflower.com/profiles/peppermintpatty

I love to incorporate hand-made items in my home, however many people don't have confidence in their own sense of design, and basically use the catalogs as a personal decorator.

Yes, just like cheap, disposable clothing has crushed quality, IKEA has crushed the quality furniture business. It's a great time to buy anitiques here in the US, can't give them away.

Hand made in Lincoln Sustainable recycled timber products by Studio Mitate

I love using scraps and recycled materials for my textiles 😉 m.facebook.com/joannaweeninkdesigns/

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3 days ago

Rayela Art

It's henna time in Paducah! Message me if you would like to set up an appointment or have a party locally. ... See MoreSee Less

Its henna time in Paducah! Message me if you would like to set up an appointment or have a party locally.

#TrunkShowTuesday for June 20, 2017
In this week's #TrunkShowTuesday, enjoy art quilts by Margaret Blank, Susan Callahan, Lisa Dodson, Olivia Keating, Regina Marzlin, Ruan Robertson, Norma Schlager, and Dorothy Tuma.

Don't miss any of the fabulous artwork included in the 2017 SAQA Trunk Show. Follow us!
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International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe volunteers provide their expertise, spirit of friendship, dedication, and resourcefulness to make this the largest folk art market of its kind. We need 2000 volunteers to support the 150 folk artists who come from more than 60 countries. Register here www.folkartalliance.org/volunteer/opportunities/Long-time volunteer Jill Heppenheimer talks about how the International Folk Art Market| Santa Fe is THE thing to do in the summer in Santa Fe, how volunteer... ... See MoreSee Less

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I have that jacket!! 🙃

3 days ago

Surface Design Association

We are obsessed with these swag bags from Dori Settles for our conference in August, Making our Mark! 😍

Early registration ends July 1st! Learn more and register at www.surfacedesign.org/events-exhibits/conferences/conference2017/.

We can't wait to see everyone there!
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We are obsessed with these swag bags from Dori Settles for our conference in August, Making our Mark! 😍

Early registration ends July 1st! Learn more and register at http://www.surfacedesign.org/events-exhibits/conferences/conference2017/.                

We cant wait to see everyone there!

We are very excited to help welcome the Waupaca County Board of Supervisors to Jones Publishing this morning! It's great to have our leaders out and about exploring the commerce and opportunity that's bustling in their neighborhood. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Happy British Flowers week!
Here are some close-ups of Péro's collection, featured in the Chakra issue.
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Happy British Flowers week! 
Here are some close-ups of Péros collection, featured in the Chakra issue. 
http://ow.ly/7S6M30cJXHR

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LOvE the anemones....

4 days ago

Rayela Art

Interested in moving our world towards positive social change? Join the group I started as a response to the Trump administration: Common Ground Creatives in Action. We have had great discussions and sharing there and I'm working on the website for it. The goal is to create change through nonviolence and creative actions that turn down the hate.
www.facebook.com/groups/CommonGroundCreativesInAction/

We stand against this Administration but recognize that it is a reflection of the deep unhappiness and frustration that people feel on all sides. If we move away from blaming parties and start focusing on issues, tackling one problem at a time, we can use our common interests and gifts to create positive change. Let's make a difference!Calling all creatives interested in social change through nonviolence! Common Ground Creatives is a response to the Trump agenda: we are against it.

But, we believe that most of us have more in common than we think. Hate will not solve our problems and we need to find solutions that will allow all life on our planet to thrive. Common Ground Creatives documents positive actions that helps us live in harmony, challenge destructive behaviors and encourage dialog. We want to apply these actions to our own communities, wherever we live.

Join our group to brainstorm and find support:
www.facebook.com/groups/CommonGroundCreativesInAction/

Our website is coming soon and will have a shop for artists creating positive protest and resistance art. Trump is not the problem. He is just a manifestation of the deep discontent and social alienation we find in our society. Let's do some healing and make some changes!

Feel free to post your links about what you are doing on this post.
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Interested in moving our world towards positive social change?  Join the group I started as a response to the Trump administration: Common Ground Creatives in Action.  We have had great discussions and sharing there and Im working on the website for it. The goal is to create change through nonviolence and creative actions that turn down the hate. 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CommonGroundCreativesInAction/

We stand against this Administration but recognize that it is a reflection of the deep unhappiness and frustration that people feel on all sides. If we move away from blaming parties and start focusing on issues, tackling one problem at a time, we can use our common interests and gifts to create positive change. Lets make a difference!

4 days ago

Craft in America

Missed Statom's incredible talk at the Los Angeles Central Library? No problem, you can still view the work Clinton Middle School students created under his guidance! The student artwork is displayed in the library's rotunda, right outside the children's library wing. ... See MoreSee Less

Missed Statoms incredible talk at the Los Angeles Central Library? No problem, you can still view the work Clinton Middle School students created under his guidance! The student artwork is displayed in the librarys rotunda, right outside the childrens library wing.

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Is this the series that was on KCET? I love that inspiring show! Saw it some years ago. Even bought some DVDs. Didn't know there were more.

Our conference, Making our Mark 2017 is just over a month away. There's some exciting speakers and panel discussions that will take place during the course of the week. Niek Pulles will join us to talk about how technology influences their creative practice, as well as their work with Portland-based apparel innovators Nike and Adidas.

Art installation / costume design by Niek Pulles for COMME des GARÇONS / Dover Street Market, Tokyo (Aoyama & Ginza), Kyoto, New York, London, Paris, 2014
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Our conference, Making our Mark 2017 is just over a month away. Theres some exciting speakers and panel discussions that will take place during the course of the week. Niek Pulles will join us to talk about how technology influences their creative practice, as well as their work with Portland-based apparel innovators Nike and Adidas.

Art installation / costume design by Niek Pulles for COMME des GARÇONS / Dover Street Market, Tokyo (Aoyama & Ginza), Kyoto, New York, London, Paris, 2014

4 days ago

Aid to Artisans

Building Buyer Relationships to Last is a key factor in the success of your company. An understanding of the US retail market and of your buyer's aesthetic and mission will shape these relationships. Market research, detailed product information, an overview of competitors, realistic pricing and dependable customer service are essential. Above all, open and frequent communication will ensure your buyer relationships are fruitful and long lasting.

Bring your relationship skills to the next level at the 2017 MRP! Spots are filling up fast. Don't miss this rich learning opportunity.

www.aidtoartisans.org/training-resources/market-readiness-program/

#ExportHandmade #HandmadeIsModern #DiscoverHandmade #Handmade #Global #Connect #Collaborate #Commit #BuyerRelationships #Artisans #AidToArtisans #MarketReadinessProgram #NYNOW #NYC #Fairtrade #Handicraft #Art #Culture
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Building Buyer Relationships to Last is a key factor in the success of your company. An understanding of the US retail market and of your buyers aesthetic and mission will shape these relationships. Market research, detailed product information, an overview of competitors, realistic pricing and dependable customer service are essential. Above all, open and frequent communication will ensure your buyer relationships are fruitful and long lasting.

Bring your relationship skills to the next level at the 2017 MRP! Spots are filling up fast. Dont miss  this rich learning opportunity.

http://www.aidtoartisans.org/training-resources/market-readiness-program/

#ExportHandmade #HandmadeIsModern #DiscoverHandmade #Handmade #Global #Connect #Collaborate #Commit #BuyerRelationships #Artisans #AidToArtisans #MarketReadinessProgram #NYNOW #NYC #Fairtrade #Handicraft #Art #Culture

5 days ago

Craft in America

Happy Father's Day! To celebrate, here is a clip of the whole family of potters at Jugtown Pottery.

For even more Jugtown, here is a clip of Vernon Owens talking about his son, Travis: www.craftinamerica.org/shorts/potter-vernon-owens-talks-about-his-son-travis/www.craftinamerica.org. ORIGINS episode Jugtown Pottery segment. PBS premiere: October 7, 2009. For more on Craft in America, visit www.craftinamerica.org. A...
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5 days ago

International Folk Art Alliance

A dream came true for IFAA this weekend as our first Sister Market was realized in Arlington, Texas. "Un abrazo fuerte" to our partners in Arlington for their vision and leadership; thank you to the volunteer workforce and community of Arlington for the wonderful hospitality and support. Most importantly, a warm thanks to the artists for their faith in our efforts and for bringing the world to Arlington.

Onto IFAM 2017 in three weeks! See you in Santa Fe! #folkartfan
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A dream came true for IFAA this weekend as our first Sister Market was realized in Arlington, Texas. Un abrazo fuerte to our partners in Arlington for their vision and leadership; thank you to the volunteer workforce and community of Arlington for the wonderful hospitality and support. Most importantly, a warm thanks to the artists for their faith in our efforts and for bringing the world to Arlington. 

Onto IFAM 2017 in three weeks! See you in Santa Fe! #folkartfan

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What a great weekend! See you in 2018!!

Congratulations❤️

Joyful occasion🌷

How very nice and cheering

MasterClass
“There is still a window of time. Nature can win If we give her a chance.” - Dr. Jane Goodall
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Alert: New SAQA Member sharing opportunity!

We're starting a new Pinterest board to share photos of the spaces in which our members create. Do you have photos of your creative environs? Share them with our 12,000+ Pinterest followers!

Email social@saqa.com for details.
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Alert: New SAQA Member sharing opportunity! 

Were starting a new Pinterest board to share photos of the spaces in which our members create. Do you have photos of your creative environs? Share them with our 12,000+ Pinterest followers!

Email social@saqa.com for details.

7 days ago

Surface Design Association

We have extended the deadline for the Small Works and the Future Tense to next Friday, June 23! Get your submissions in soon for our conference, Making our Mark! ... See MoreSee Less

We have extended the deadline for the Small Works and the Future Tense to next Friday, June 23! Get your submissions in soon for our conference, Making our Mark!

1 week ago

Handmade Business magazine

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Fair Trade Federation

FTF's Chris Solt visited Momentum in Boulder, Colorado this week. We love their beautiful products (and fair trade principles signs)! ... See MoreSee Less

FTFs Chris Solt visited Momentum in Boulder, Colorado this week. We love their beautiful products (and fair trade principles signs)!

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  • #TrunkShowTuesday for June 20, 2017
    Welcome to #TrunkShowTuesday! Be sure you subscribe to our blog (at left) or YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of the amazing art quilts created for the 2017 SAQA Trunk Show by our talented members! In this week’s presentation, enjoy work by Margaret Blank, Susan Callahan, Lisa Dodson, Olivia Keating, Regina Marzlin, Ruan Robertson, Norma Schlager, and Dorothy Tuma. See these terrific works of art up close. Contact exhibitions@saqa.com to learn how to host a trunk and spread the news about art quilts! ... read more
    Source: SAQA- Studio Art Quilts AssociatesPublished on June-20-2017By Social Media Manager
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  • SAQA Featured Artist: Maria Shell
    Maria Shell Maria Shell – Anchorage, Alaska, USA Artist Statement Since 2011, I have been working in a series called Colors Grids. This has been a very satisfying explo-ration of patchwork as art. I love to layer pattern on top of pattern. Essentially, I am piecing, with my sewing machine, my own prints. These quilts are modern day tapestries of color, pattern, repetition, and stitch. According to Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, my Color Grid quilts are inspired by and related to the following quilt blocks–The Red Cross Quilt, Stone Mason’s Puzzle, City Streets, Squares and Square, and my favorite, Crossed Square. Limiting the structure of my work to the traditional quilt block has allowed me to go deep into color and print. How do I get color to vibrate? How do I get a self made print to read against another self made print? How can I stitch these elements together so that the viewer sees ... read more
    Source: SAQA- Studio Art Quilts AssociatesPublished on June-15-2017By Social Media Manager
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  • #TrunkShowTuesday for June 13, 2017
    Welcome to #TrunkShowTuesday! Be sure you subscribe to our blog (at left) or YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of the amazing art quilts created for the 2017 SAQA Trunk Show by our talented members! In this week’s presentation, enjoy work by Jay Dodds, Jean Grimes, Doris Hulse, Jennifer Landau, Judy Peterson, Mary Sawabini, Jennifer Solon, and Lynn Welsch. YOU can host one of these fabulous trunks! Contact exhibitions@saqa.com to learn how. ... read more
    Source: SAQA- Studio Art Quilts AssociatesPublished on June-13-2017By Social Media Manager
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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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    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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    MarketPlace: Handwork of India, empowering women and breaking the cycle of poverty! Fair Trade and handmade, long-lasting elegance!

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    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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    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