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Fiber Art: Fiber Artists at Work

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Jacqui Fink of Little Dandelion uses giant knitting needles and chunky wools to craft exquisite one-of-a-kind creations.

Style Insight: Close Knit

Robbin Firth doing a felting demonstration in her HeartFelt Silks Studio at the SEASONS Gallery in Hudson, WI

Artist-in-Residence, Megan Stroech working in the Wyly painting studio. Megan incorporates various textiles into her work, including felts and faux-furs.

Jessica Rankin in the Studio | White Cube.

Channel | White Cube



Akemi Nakano Cohn

Lillstreet Textiles Blog

Barbara of BZ Design paints stems onto her printed design. She uses natural dyes and materials to create gorgeous, delicate scarves.

Tapestry Artist Erin M. Riley via Textile Design and Designer's Forum

Textile Design and Designer`s Platform

Magie Hollingworth

Magie Hollingworth - Ehrman Tapestry

Artist Ted Hallman works on some knots with a loom he uses to create his pieces of art inside his studio

Studio Visit with Suzanne Tick, textile artist. Recycling dry cleaning materials in her weaving.

Lisa Kokin with Chula, one of her studio assistants

Contact | Lisa Kokin - Artist

Leslie Pearson | Leland, North Carolina, USA | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Fest...

FreeSpirit Designer Jane Sassaman working in her studio.

Randall Darwall and Brian Murphy talk about weaving and color and creating textiles in Episode VIII: Threads, from a series called Craft in America, 5/11/12 #finecraft

Craft In America - Artists - Threads | PBS

Viola Gråsten | textile designer + artist | b. Finland 1910 | moved to Sweden 1944 | d. Sweden 1994

Textildesignern Viola Gråsten vid vävstol.

Susan Schmieman has recently opened a weaving studio in downtown Kennewick, WA, called Flying Fibers. She sells her rugs, towels, weaving supplies and also conducts classes.

Dana Barnes Studio

Dana Barnes Studio