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Weaving Guilds

Here we list those Guilds and Societies that we know about. If you would be interested in having your group listed notifiy us with the Contact Us pages of this websited.

Handweavers Guild of America (HGA)
Dedicated to encouraging excellence, inspiring creativity, and preserving fiber traditions through education.

Mid-Atlantic Fiber Association (MAFA)
The objectives of MAFA are to promote education in the fiber arts, to plan, organize and conduct conferences, and to facilitate communication among member guilds

The Textile Study Group of New York
Textile Study Group of New York (TSGNY) is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting the fiber artsó the diverse professional activities, disciplines, and media that bring so much vitality and excitement to the world of fiber art today.

Palisades Guild of Spinners and Weavers
Our members' interests are not limited to spinning and weaving: we bead, dye, knit, tat, and engage in other explorations of the fiber arts.

Susquehanna Valley Spinners and Weavers Guild
Weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, basket-making, felting, and sewing are but a few of the interests we share.

Weaving Supplies (Yarn, Equipment, etc.)
Here listed is a number of resources available to fiber artists in the New York City Area.

LeClerc Looms
Manufacturer of looms.

Mirixx Looms
Manufacturer of tapestry and bead looms.

AVL Looms
High end looms for the home and production weaver.

Mirrix Tapestry and Bead Looms
Tapestry looms and bead looms.

Schacht Spindle Company
Looms of all sizes. Spinning wheels. Drop spindles. The list goes on. Cranbrook looms too.

Halcyon Yarn
All kinds of supplies for weavers and other fiber artists.

Loop of the Loom
Loop of the Loom is home to New York City's first-ever certified SAORI studio, gallery and authorized SAORI loom distributor.

Mostly knitting resource. A real treasure in the heart of SoHo.

Seaport Yarn
Mostly knitting resource. Some unusual fibers. Hand dyed yarns. Interesting place.

Habu Textiles
For extraordinary yarns from Japan as well as woven textiles.

Webs Yarn
Looms and supplies. Yarn, yarn, yarn!

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