Ming-Ming Tung-Edelman, was herself a Taiwanese immigrant. She knows how hard immigration can be. As global crises brought refugee and immigrant women to the U.S. in record numbers, she saw an opportunity to help them build a better life for … Continue reading
Sara Bixler, now owner and resident teacher at Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center, (Founded by Tom Knisely) believes in traveling for focused learning. At her campus in York County Pennsylvania, she welcomes students from all over the country who … Continue reading
Surface EmbellishmentsHow do you take a simple one-color scarf, table runner, or curtain and make it something special and unique? This class helps to answer that question. Students will weave a sampler on a pre-warped floor loom, table loom or … Continue reading
This program will be followed by a mini workshop on weaving a cedar rosette.
Many weavers know Gist yarn as a retail supplier of weaving yarns, patterns, kits, and equipment. But do you know the story behind the company? Join us as we zoom with Sara Resnick, founder of Gist yarn, as she shares … Continue reading
Visitors to Fibers Etc, a favorite yarn store in Tacoma, WA, may not know that Roberta Lowes is the woman behind the skeins. But those of us in the Northwest Fiber World have revered Roberta for years. Her experience as … Continue reading
It's a tradition, and a grand one at that! Every year we gather at a member's home to have a picnic together. We have our meeting, spend time chatting, and do an easy craft. To make the whole event more … Continue reading