Websites of Guild Members
Ruxville Farm Fiber Arts
Loom on the Lake
Loom on the Lake Etsy Shop
The Beginning Shop and Friends - retail store for guild member Lori Secreti in Burnt Hills, NY
Crazy as a Loom
Local weaving classes
Kathleen's Fiber Arts is a shop that covers a range of fiber arts, including knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning, needle felting, kumihimo and more! Classes are held in a range of disciplines, including weaving. New location! 212 River Street, Troy. 518-326-0919.
Crazy as a Loom Weaving offers a basic weaving course at the studio in Queensbury, NY. Individual, personalized lessons with guild member Hilary Cooper-Kenny. Approximately 12 hours of instruction, use of all equipment and materials. Flexible hours. Each student will wind a warp, dress a loom, become familiar with the weaving process and complete a project.
Eastside Weavers - Patricia Bohrer offers private instruction. Contact Pat via email or call 518-248-0744.
Weaving classes taught by Nancy Sharples. Held at the Saratoga Art Center, 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs NY. For both the beginner and experienced weaver, this class focuses on the diversity of weaving techniques. Working on a 4 or 8 harness floor or table loom, projects might include a wall hanging, scarf, table runner, garment or small rug. The Art Center is open for additional studio work on weekdays and Sat. Questions: email the instructor or call (518) 587-9606.
WEAVING CLASSES AT TEXTILE STUDIO, SARATOGA SPRINGS offers handweaving classes. We have several traditional Macomber multi-harness (8-16 harness) floor looms and lots of gorgeous yarns to choose from for your individual project. If you’re a beginner, we will teach you how to warp and weave enjoyably and efficiently! If you have some experience, tell us what skills you’d like to improve on and we will tailor instruction to suit your needs. Project ideas include a scarf, table runner, dresser scarf, or weave sampler
(for those with weaving experience interested in color and weave effect.) We have taught many people/employees over the last 20 years in business and love to train new weavers! For more information or to sign up for classes, please contact Cecilia Lockwood at 518-583-2129 or via email.
Weaving classes at Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts in the Catskills. Basics and beyond weekly weaving class, Session I June 6-July 11 and Session II Aug 29-Oct 3. Surprisingly simple summer & winter, Aug 23-25.
Sharon Kruppenbacher offers classes in her studio in Cobleskill. Private or small group instruction available. Contact Sharon to make arrangements at 518-234-3014 or via email.
Karin Demis teaches at the Heldeberg Workshop. F12 Weaving Studio: Beginning and Advanced Session: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B. Grades: 4 & up. Students learn basic weaving skills on a four shaft loom. They choose their colors, set up a loom, choose a weft and
weave a project! Students who have previously taken a weaving course will be given a review of basics, then may go on to explore new weaves and projects. Students are encouraged to enroll for two or more weeks to further their skills and complete weavings of their own design.
Barbara Herbster is located in Manchester, MA, and teaches workshops aross the country. She currently has a class of 5 local members who are studying from requirements for the WGB Ratings requirements. Workshop pricing depends on number of people and travel.
The Adirondack Folk School offers classes in the arts, crafts and culture of the Adirondack region. Located in Lake Luzerne, NY, fibers arts classes are included in the roster.
Snow Farm, the New England Craft Program. Classes and workshops in many different mediums, including textile arts.
Vavstuga Weaving School - Swedish style weaving school in Western MA. Also sells Glimakra looms and equipment and yarns by Bockens and Borg. Shelburne Falls, MA.
Vermont Weaving School - Dena Gartenstein Moses teaches various classes andretreats. Dena taught a great workshop on chenille scarves for the guild in April 2013.
Marshfield School of Weaving is the nation's foremost school for textile techniques used in early America and 18th century Britain. The school is situated in a 19th century barn overlooking the hills of central Vermont, and students work exclusively with 18th and 19th century looms and other antique tools. The curriculum now includes techniques from other cultures from around the world, and in addition to weaving we offer classes in spinning, dyeing, printing and knitting. Located in Marshfield, Vermont.
The School for American Handweaving at Flat Rock Farm - Learn to weave on 18th Century and other heritage looms at this peaceful farm with Stephanie Morton in Lyme, Connecticut.
Conover Workshops - Susan Conover offers classes in a wide range of fiber arts disciplines. Classes include double-width weave, 8 shaft twill, walking wheel, and hand towels with hanging loop. Located in Middlefield, Ohio.
Local weaving and yarn stores
A Touch of Twist
Common Threads Saratoga
Kathleen's Fiber Arts
The Spinning Room
Download a master yarn chart from Weaving Today
On-Line Digital Archive of Documents on Weaving and Related Topics
A resource guide to knitting and weaving by Paradise Fibers
Federal labeling laws for textiles