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Support the businesses and teachers that support our guild.

  1. Bloodroot One of the top rated vegetarian restaurants in America. We feature a seasonal vegetarian menu and offer weaving classes to beginners. We are distributors for Schacht, LeClerc and Louet. Discounts available to weavers and spinners.

  2. FiberArts Studio is a non-profit open studio, making weaving accessible and affordable for everyone. Located in Stonington, CT and open Monday thru Saturday, the studio provides individual instruction and/or independent membership. Personal looms welcome. Looms for sale.

  3. GlimakraUSA maintains a large warehouse in Montana to better meet demand on a timely basis. In most cases, items ordered can be shipped the next day...including large floor looms and their attachments and accessories. We also maintain an inventory of Swedish threads, yarns and weaving kits.

  4. Halcyon Yarn has been providing weavers with yarn & fiber, books, tools, looms & wheels for over 40 years. Quality supplies and outstanding service for fiber fanatics. Visit Halcyon Yarn online, by phone, through their catalogs, or onsite in Bath, the center of Maine's mid-coast.

  5. Hartford Artisans Weaving Center The Weaving Center's mission is to promote and teach the craft of handweaving in a supportive and creative community to people with low or no vision and those aged 55 and older. The Center sells handwovens made by the artisans and holds weaving classes to the general public throughout the year. Many brands of weaving fiber, Schacht weaving looms and equipment are available for purchase. Volunteers are always welcome.

  6. In Sheep's Clothing located in Torrington, CT, guild member Ginger Balch is an Ashford Ashford, Schacht and Louet dealer.She sells weaving, spinning and felting supplies. Ginger teaches rigid heddle weaving and spinning in her studio.

  7. Just Our Yarn Discover the JOY of our luxurious handpainted yarns and fibers for knitters, weavers and spinners.

  8. Lucienne Coifman Learn weaving from one of our top instructors in CT. Lucienne is a Harrisville loom and yarn dealer; her weaving studio is located in North Haven, CT.

  9. Madison Wool is located in Madison, CT. The shop is a fiber lover's paradise. Offering fine yearns for handknitting, spinning, felting and weaving supplies.

  10. New England Yarn and Spindle is located in Bristol, CT, the shop offers knitting and crochet yarn, classes, needles, hooks, buttons, patterns, books, roving, spindles, needle felting tools and gift items.

  11. Royalwood LTD sells supplies for coiling, weaving and embellishing -- Irish waxed Linen Thread, Seagrass, Pine needles, Horsehaid, Wire and Leather and much, much, more. We offer a complete line of basketmaking and seatweaving supplies.

  12. Stephanie Morton Handweaver Stephanie will teach you the tricks she has learned to weave bulky-core spun yarn into rugs. Local alpaca yarns from fingering weight through bulky rug yarn available at lower prices to Guild members. Custom rug weaving available

  13. WEBS Webs is your weaving source with looms and accessories from Toika, Schacht, Leclerc and Harrisville Designs, and our own line of weaving yarns, you are sure to find what you need for your next project. Located just off i-91 in beautiful Northampton, MA

  14. Yarn Barn A full-service knitting, weaving, spinning and dyeing store that has been in business in Lawrence, KA for 37 years. We sell cotton, cottolin, wool, Henry's Attic, linens, chenille, tencel, bamboo and 49 different spinning fibers. Schacht, Ashford, Harrisville, Leclerc, Kromski, Louet, Toika, Glimakra, Mirrix, and Lendrum dealer.

Weaving Teachers in our Guild


Weaving Guilds located in New England


Other Fiber-related links

  1. Connecticut Historical Society
  2. The Windham History & Textile Museum
  3. Complex Weavers
  4. The Thousand Islands Arts Center
  5. Handweavers' Guild of America
  6. Nutmeg Spinners Guild
  7. Connecticut Sheep Breeders Association
  8. NEWS-New England Weavers' Seminar
  9. Spinners & Weavers Housecleaning
  10. Fiber, Equipment & Barter Page
  11. Handweaving Drafts and Patterns