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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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2 hours ago

Artizan Made

Fabric necklaces Pri Fabrics and Beads
artizanmade.com/portfolios/pri-fabrics-and-beads/

“No experience has been too unimportant, and the smallest event unfolds like a fate, and fate itself is like a wonderful, wide fabric in which every thread is guided by an infinitely tender hand and laid alongside another thread and is held and supported by a hundred others.”
Rainer Maria Rilke
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Fabric necklaces Pri Fabrics and Beads
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/pri-fabrics-and-beads/

“No experience has been too unimportant, and the smallest event unfolds like a fate, and fate itself is like a wonderful, wide fabric in which every thread is guided by an infinitely tender hand and laid alongside another thread and is held and supported by a hundred others.” 
― Rainer Maria Rilke

4 hours ago

Artizan Made

Happy Clay
artizanmade.com/portfolios/happy-clay/

“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world...would do this, it would change the earth.”
William Faulkner
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Happy Clay
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/happy-clay/

“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world...would do this, it would change the earth.” 
― William Faulkner

5 hours ago

Artizan Made

PAX Rwanda - fine art embroideries
artizanmade.com/portfolios/rutongo-embroideries-pax-rwanda/

“I asked the Zebra,
are you black with white stripes?
Or white with black stripes?
And the zebra asked me,
Are you good with bad habits?
Or are you bad with good habits?
Are you noisy with quiet times?
Or are you quiet with noisy times?
Are you happy with some sad days?
Or are you sad with some happy days?
Are you neat with some sloppy ways?
Or are you sloppy with some neat ways?
And on and on and on and on and on and on he went.
I’ll never ask a zebra about stripes...again.”
Shel Silverstein
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PAX Rwanda - fine art embroideries
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/rutongo-embroideries-pax-rwanda/

“I asked the Zebra, 
are you black with white stripes? 
Or white with black stripes? 
And the zebra asked me, 
Are you good with bad habits?
Or are you bad with good habits?
Are you noisy with quiet times? 
Or are you quiet with noisy times? 
Are you happy with some sad days? 
Or are you sad with some happy days? 
Are you neat with some sloppy ways? 
Or are you sloppy with some neat ways? 
And on and on and on and on and on and on he went.
I’ll never ask a zebra about stripes...again.” 
― Shel Silverstein

15 hours ago

Artizan Made

Rose Hughes - Quilt Artist
artizanmade.com/portfolios/rose-hughes-quilt-artist/

“What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it's curved like a road through mountains.”
Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire
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Rose Hughes - Quilt Artist
http://artizanmade.com/portfolios/rose-hughes-quilt-artist/

“What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, its curved like a road through mountains.” 
― Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire

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Love love love! ❤️

The International Fiber Collaborative (IFC) was founded in 2007 by artist Jennifer Marsh. It is a non-profit organization that promotes global collaborative public art initiatives, a marriage of art & education. The most famous of these has been The Dream Rocket Project. IFC Projects

www.tafalist.com/profile/international-fiber-collective/

Created by Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA
Artists: Elly, Ishir, Rishi
Title: Animals helping Soldiers
Teacher: Mrs. Haigh
Theme: Conservation
Materials and techniques: A variety of fabric, felt, glue, and Duct tape.
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The International Fiber Collaborative (IFC) was founded in 2007 by artist Jennifer Marsh. It is a non-profit organization that promotes global collaborative public art initiatives, a marriage of art & education. The most famous of these has been The Dream Rocket Project.  IFC Projects

https://www.tafalist.com/profile/international-fiber-collective/

Created by Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA
Artists: Elly, Ishir, Rishi
Title: Animals helping Soldiers
Teacher: Mrs. Haigh 
Theme: Conservation 
Materials and techniques: A variety of fabric, felt, glue, and Duct tape.

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Extremely powerful video, Laura. Do you feel any responsibility as a needle-felter to do the socio-politically engaged work that the Syrian artist references?

2 days ago

Craft in America

TONIGHT: Summer Concert Series Launch:
It's Only Castles Burning
Saturday, May 27th, 7pm
at Freehand Gallery, next door to the Center!

An evening of songs about rebellion, destruction, and more. Composer Amy K. Bormet will be joined by Terry de Castro and Matt Dievendorf for an eclectic set of jazz, folk, and contemporary pieces.

Amy K. Bormet: Wurlitzer, Moog synthesizer, accordion, and vocals
Terry de Castro: guitar and vocals
Matt Dievendorf: guitar
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TONIGHT: Summer Concert Series Launch:
Its Only Castles Burning 
Saturday, May 27th, 7pm
at Freehand Gallery, next door to the Center! 

An evening of songs about rebellion, destruction, and more. Composer Amy K. Bormet will be joined by Terry de Castro and Matt Dievendorf for an eclectic set of jazz, folk, and contemporary pieces.  
 
Amy K. Bormet: Wurlitzer, Moog synthesizer, accordion, and vocals 
Terry de Castro: guitar and vocals
Matt Dievendorf: guitar

2 days ago

Handmadeology

Once a maker always a maker!!

Ningxia Warrior
Testing out the new slider! This beast is 16 foot long 2 inch steel tube bent with a 12 ton pipe bender, and welded. It can be lowered to any height and angle.
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2 days ago

Handmadeology

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2 days ago

Handmadeology

#Repost @diversifieddesignsnc
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barn quilt time lapse. 💃🏼#barnquilt #handpainted #handmade #handcrafted #maker #woodworkingwoman #timelapse #painting #quilt #quiltpattern #northcarolina #diy #etsy #etsyseller #etsysellersofinstagram #pallet #repurposed #reclaimedwood
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She's fast! Lol

Sigh, wish I could paint like that!

3 days ago

Craft in America

One year later, after heavy tagging, dignity is brought back to Veterans mural by Peter Stewart in Venice. SPARC's Mural Rescue Crew has been doing a fantastic job. Venice Chamber of Commerce will have a ceremony on Monday, Memorial Day May 29th at 10:30am. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Fair Trade Federation

FTF is pleased to welcome our newest members to the 360° fair trade community! ... See MoreSee Less

FTF is pleased to welcome our newest members to the 360° fair trade community!

3 days ago

International Folk Art Alliance

A very special thanks to our partner ABC Carpet & Home for co-hosting an inspirational evening featuring women who are transforming communities! Be sure to check out this video of the panel discussion, exploring the deep cultural and economic impact of women craft-entrepreneurs, featuring visionaries at the forefront of a growing global movement. #folkartfan

ABC Carpet & Home
Handmade Change: Women Craft Entrepreneurs Transform Communities
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Do your plans for the weekend include creating & donating a 12x12 art quilt for the 2017 SAQA Benefit Auction?

If so, THANK YOU! That June 1 deadline is fast approaching!

Get the details: saqa.com/auction
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Do your plans for the weekend include creating & donating a 12x12 art quilt for the 2017 SAQA Benefit Auction? 

If so, THANK YOU!  That June 1 deadline is fast approaching!

Get the details: saqa.com/auction

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I mailed mine today!

3 days ago

Handmadeology

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3 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Elizabeth Loveday is a textile artist and illustrator from Cornwall. Using stitch and layering, she creates decorative artworks using an assortment of vintage and recycled materials in playful and unexpected ways. Loveday purposefully bruises, unstitches and stains her work to imbue each piece with its own story that will live on in the fabric long after her hands have left it.
Take part in her class on 10 June, 11-5, £120 Selvedge Studio
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Elizabeth Loveday is a textile artist and illustrator from Cornwall. Using stitch and layering, she creates decorative artworks using an assortment of vintage and recycled materials in playful and unexpected ways. Loveday purposefully bruises, unstitches and stains her work to imbue each piece with its own story that will live on in the fabric long after her hands have left it.
Take part in her class on 10 June, 11-5, £120 Selvedge Studio
http://ow.ly/nmxO30c4cz7

4 days ago

International Folk Art Alliance

Join the IFAA Marketing team at the Stella Artois "The Art of the Chalice" event at the Santa Fe Country Club. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the IFAA Marketing team at the Stella Artois The Art of the Chalice event at the Santa Fe Country Club.

4 days ago

Craft in America

Thanks to American Craft Council for their mention of Kazuki Takizawa's "Catharsis Contained" show! Check out their June/July issue for NATURE artist Patrick Dougherty's profile, a look at the work of Paper artist Lorraine Bubar, and much more. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to American Craft Council for their mention of Kazuki Takizawas Catharsis Contained show! Check out their June/July issue for NATURE artist Patrick Doughertys profile, a look at the work of Paper artist Lorraine Bubar, and much more.

4 days ago

Surface Design Association

Shifting Landscapes cover featuring “Selenite Dunes (It Keeps Moving, But We Are Here)” by Erika Lynne Hanson. Can be seen in our Spring Journal 2017.

www.surfacedesign.org/journal/about-the-journal/
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Shifting Landscapes cover featuring “Selenite Dunes (It Keeps Moving, But We Are Here)” by Erika Lynne Hanson. Can be seen in our Spring Journal 2017. 

http://www.surfacedesign.org/journal/about-the-journal/

4 days ago

Handmade Business magazine

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4 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

18th-century newlyweds in France would record the beginning of their married life by creating a wedding dome – or globe de mariée. The dome was used to preserve the couple's wedding souvenirs and share hopes for their lives together. This year, leading haberdashery brand V V Rouleaux is set to revive this beautiful tradition in the heart of London by hosting a reader’s workshop at their Marylebone Lane shop.
1 July, 102 Marylebone Lane, London
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18th-century newlyweds in France would record the beginning of their married life by creating a wedding dome – or globe de mariée. The dome was used to preserve the couples wedding souvenirs and share hopes for their lives together. This year, leading haberdashery brand V V Rouleaux is set to revive this beautiful tradition in the heart of London by hosting a reader’s workshop at their Marylebone Lane shop.
1 July, 102 Marylebone Lane, London 
http://ow.ly/8vHn30c1LBZ

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Would love to do this, but can't make the date. Anymore dates coming up?

Jason A'Court what do you think? X

I wore fresh flowers in my hair which I dried and kept.

Floral Pash nice relevant way of display.

Della Allsop-Clipsham

Melanie Arnold very beautiful! X

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4 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Bringing out the creative in everyone, New Designers 2017 is set to gather the largest mix of graduates and young creative businesses together for a summer of emerging design responding to changes in our lifestyles and behaviours with innovative fun new thinking. Visit New Designers for more information.
Image credit: Fruit Design Katy Welsh
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Bringing out the creative in everyone, New Designers 2017 is set to gather the largest mix of graduates and young creative businesses together for a summer of emerging design responding to changes in our lifestyles and behaviours with innovative fun new thinking. Visit New Designers for more information. 
Image credit: Fruit Design Katy Welsh

5 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

Today the more magical the image, the further away a genuine scene, character or imagination can seem as we rationally imagine laborious hours on a computer artificially conjuring up a fantastic scene, as if only to trick us. Or not – when the Ukrainian photographer Oleg Oprisco is on the credit.
The delicate issue: ow.ly/6Lgn30c0iyE
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Today the more magical the image, the further away a genuine scene, character or imagination can seem as we rationally imagine laborious hours on a computer artificially conjuring up a fantastic scene, as if only to trick us. Or not – when the Ukrainian photographer Oleg Oprisco is on the credit. 
The delicate issue: http://ow.ly/6Lgn30c0iyE

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her skin the flowers the whole lovely thing

5 days ago

Selvedge Magazine

There was something for every horticulturalist in Mary Katrantzou's S/S 2012 collection. Horizontal bands of contrasting blooms defined simply tailored suits and recalled aerial photographs of tulip fields ready to harvest.
Read more in the Bloom Issue: ow.ly/dicr30bZWLP
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There was something for every horticulturalist in Mary Katrantzous S/S 2012 collection. Horizontal bands of contrasting blooms defined simply tailored suits and recalled aerial photographs of tulip fields ready to harvest. 
Read more in the Bloom Issue: http://ow.ly/dicr30bZWLP

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Reminds me of a Klimt painting

Wow.

6 days ago

Afghan Tribal Arts

African lost wax beads, brass. Photo credit: Southern Kissed ... See MoreSee Less

African lost wax beads, brass. Photo credit: Southern Kissed

6 days ago

Afghan Tribal Arts

Loose beads. Photo credit: Southern Kissed ... See MoreSee Less

Loose beads. Photo credit: Southern Kissed

6 days ago

Afghan Tribal Arts

Buddha beads! Photo credit: Southern Kissed ... See MoreSee Less

Buddha beads!  Photo credit: Southern Kissed

6 days ago

Afghan Tribal Arts

Some of our loose beads. Photo credit: Southern Kissed ... See MoreSee Less

Some of our loose beads. Photo credit: Southern Kissed

6 days ago

Rayela Art

Fun!

TED-Ed
Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, after water.

So, where did this beverage originate, and how did it become so popular?
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#TrunkShowTuesday for May 23, 2017
In this week's #TrunkShowTuesday, enjoy artwork created by Judith Content, Giny Dixon, Suzanne Gummow, Lois Wilby Hooper, Cynthia Levis, Martha Ressler, Michele Sanandajian, and Mary Todd! Check back each Tuesday for a new selection of fabulous SAQA Trunk Show art quilts!
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Wow, watching full screen in the way to go! Great to be able to see more details.

Deadline for entry is coming to a close for Small Works: SDA at 40! Only a few weeks left to submit.

An exhibition of works by members of the Surface Design Association. All entries accepted.

OCAC - Oregon College of Art and Craft - Oregon College of Art and Craft​ - Oregon College of Art and Craft: August 1 – 15, 2017
Deadline for Submission: June 15, 2017

All submissions that meet the guidelines for 12×12” mounted works are accepted.

www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4329
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Deadline for entry is coming to a close for Small Works: SDA at 40! Only a few weeks left to submit. 

An exhibition of works by members of the Surface Design Association. All entries accepted.

OCAC - Oregon College of Art and Craft - Oregon College of Art and Craft​ - Oregon College of Art and Craft: August 1 – 15, 2017
Deadline for Submission: June 15, 2017

All submissions that meet the guidelines for 12×12” mounted works are accepted.

https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4329

Want to see YOUR artwork in the ever-changing view of the SAQA Benefit Auction art quilts? You've only got until June 1 to get your donation art quilt to us! Details: saqa.com/auction

Thanks to all the artists who have created & donated already. The work just gets better and better every year!
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Want to see YOUR artwork in the ever-changing view of the SAQA Benefit Auction art quilts? Youve only got until June 1 to get your donation art quilt to us! Details: saqa.com/auction

Thanks to all the artists who have created & donated already. The work just gets better and better every year!

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I THINK I'm going to make it!

Sent mine last week!

Sent mine yesterday...

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  • Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America
    Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America chronicles a history of American basketry from its origins in Native American, immigrant, and slave communities to its presence within the contemporary fine art world. Baskets convey meaning through the artists’ selection of materials; the techniques they use; and the colors, designs, patterns, and textures they employ. Historical baskets were rooted in local landscapes and shaped by cultural traditions. The rise of the industrial revolution and mass production at the end of the nineteenth century led basket makers to create works for new audiences and markets, including tourists, collectors and fine art museums. Today the story continues. Some contemporary artists seek to maintain and revive traditions practiced for centuries. Others combine age-old techniques with nontraditional materials to generate cultural commentary. Still others challenge viewers’ expectations by experimenting with form, materials, and scale. This exhibition is divided into 5 sections: Cultural Origins, New Basketry, Living Traditions, Basket as Vessel, and Beyond the Basket. ... read more
    Source: National Basketry OrgPublished on May-4-2017By Admin8
    4 weeks ago
  • All Things Considered 9: Basketry in the 21st Century
    Above: detail from “Slab” by Clay Burnette Presented by the National Basketry Organization, All Things Considered 9: Basketry in the 21st Century is the ninth in a series of juried biennial exhibitions intended to show the full spectrum of work currently being executed by well-known and emerging artists in the United States. ALTERNATE MOSAIC (can be bigger)  FOR CHOICE / OPTION TO GO BELOW:  The exhibition opens in conjunction with the 2017 National Basketry Organization’s conference in Tacoma, Washington. From black bamboo to reclaimed plastics, it represents a broad range of approaches by artists working within the field of contemporary basketry. Showcasing excellence in creative exploration, technique, craftsmanship, these 70 artworks were juried by Lloyd Herman, the founding Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery from 1971 – 1986. Herman is also the author of Art That Works: The Decorative Arts of the Eighties, Crafted in America. He lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Above from left: “Fate” by Lois Russell, “Hatch” ... read more
    Source: National Basketry OrgPublished on May-2-2017By Admin8
    4 weeks ago
  • Handmade Garden and Patio Accessories with Soul!
    Hammock Boutique Spicing up your patio, deck, garden and yard with handmade accents personalizes your space, making it inviting and pleasing to the eye. Our Artizan Made shops might have just the right thing for your outdoor space. We have some suggestions below. Clicking on the thumbnails will take you to their shopping carts, mostly on Etsy. Hammock Boutique Pictured above, these fair trade hammocks and outdoor furniture are made by a project in Mexico, working with Mayan weavers who have been doing this for a long, long time. Comfortable and sturdy, they will give you, your family and friends years of pleasure and relaxation. There’s nothing like taking a break and letting the hammock swing you back and forth, a summer lullaby.  Hammocks are great to take along on a trip and can also be used in indoor spaces!   Hammock Boutique – Take it on the road!   Cheryl Wolff Garden Cheryl Wolff Garden If ... read more
    Source: Artizan MadePublished on April-2-2017By Rachel
    2 months ago
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  • Patterns

    Folkwear Patterns are based on authentic ethnic and vintage garments, used by theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear aficionados, and anyone who enjoys dressing up.

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  • Artist, Teacher

    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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  • School, Workshops

    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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  • 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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  • 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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  • MarketPlace: Handwork of India

    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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  • 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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  • Artist

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

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  • Textile Artist, Clothing Designer

    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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  • Art Quilter

    "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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  • Artist, Organization

    Silvia Piza-Tandlich has exhibited her work around the world and runs Galeria Octagono in Costa Rica. Community oriented, all of her work is made by hand, often inspired by themes drawn on from Latin American mythology.

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  • Marketing

    Folt Bolt is Kriszta Kemény’s exceptional effort at promoting artists and the handmade community. She runs curated collections on her website and has developed an active and successful community through her Facebook page.

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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