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This is TAFA's SAFE BOARD. With all the controversy over Pinterest's copyright policies, we have had many discussions over who to pin and who not to pin. TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List seeks to honor these requests. This board lists the members who want to be pinned. The images are linked to their member profiles and from there, you can go to their sites and pin away! Please do NOT pin any TAFA members who are not on this board. Visit our site at www.tafalist.com.

Red October Art Quilt on TAFA by Quick2ListenFiberArt

Learning to spin led me to a needle felting class at the Harveyville Project. My inner artist woke up. I can "see" with my hands in ways I cannot see with my eyes. That's the best way to explain it. Now my sketchbook is for character designs for felted work or simple illustrations. www.tafalist.com/... Pencil and Sheep

Textiil works with weavers in South East Asia.

Atlantic Mascot by Marzipan Road

Handwoven Silk and Wool Scarf Bollywood by mmhaber

Kathryn Harmer Fox on TAFA

Looped Cap by August Phoenix

Madrigal Embroidery Intricate embroidery by Carla Madrigal of San Francisco. Carla makes wonderful textile accessories and jewelry. www.tafalist.com/...

www.tafalist.com/... Karen makes one small art quilt a day. Great exercise in color and composition. Her little quilts are available in her Etsy shop.

By Leisa Rich This stunning and unique wall sculpture features incredible free motion machine embroidery, hand embroidery and beading, and is made from rich velvets and sparkly fabrics. Housed in a strong and protective Lucite dome, the piece measures 22" X 22" round, with a dome height of 8". One of a new Leisa Rich series, it is OOAK and will grace any decor.

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ASpinnerWeaver specializes in handwoven straps. Many re-enactment groups like her work for their costumes. Decorate your camera or guitar with a woven strap!

MarketPlace: Handwork of India is an innovative non-profit fair trade organization that has provided economic opportunities for low-income women in India since 1986. Fourteen artisan-owned cooperatives in India comprised of over 480 artisans produce high-quality women's apparel and home décor items which are subsequently sold through catalogs, website and select stores throughout the U.S.

MayaMam Weavers These hand-woven and hand-embroidered kitchen towels are woven in a pattern traditional for our town of Cajolá.

www.tafalist.com/... Nuno felt scarf by Pamela Penney Textile Arts.

www.tafalist.com/... Embroidered heart textile by peaceofpi studio.

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    I love this piece! (Actually, I love most of your work!)

www.tafalist.com/... Appliqued flowers. Art quilt by Ruby Wings Designs.

www.tafalist.com/... Blue butterfly painted on silk scarf by artist Maria Jyrimäe of Estonia. She sings as she paints, thus her business name: Singing Scarves!

Faces made with various textile techniques by TAFA members: Diana's Designs, Maggie Dillon Designs, Terry Aske Art Quilts, Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo, Creative Chick Studios, Blue Jacaranda and Inside Outside Art. Visit them and many more at www.tafalist.com!

www.tafalist.com/... Needlepoint soft sculpture by artist Kasia Urban Rybska of Krakow, Poland. Man in a striped swimming suit.

www.tafalist.com/... Silk appliqued thangka by artist Leslie Rinchen Wongmo. She trained in Tibet and uses traditional methods although often interprets Tibetan culture through her own eyes. This is Chenrezig, a Tibetan Buddhist deity, Bodhisattva of Compassion.