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  • Alexandria Textiles - Resource center for the fiber arts community specializing in spinning, weaving and dyeing.
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  • All Fiber Arts - Informational site for weaving, spinning and other fiber arts. Articles, forum.
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  • The Art Of Batik Painting - Mrs. Leong, batik teacher in Singapore, provides illustrated instructions for batik and photos of students' work.
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  • Arts of Africa - Artisans producing traditional and contemporary artifacts and clothing. Gallery images, list of artisans, exhibits, articles on textiles.
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  • Atelier Marin - Specializes in luxurious natural fibers and hand dyed yarns. Offers expert advise, a full class schedule and a comprehensive selection of books and accessories for knitting and crochet.
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  • The Australian Forum for Textile Arts (TAFTA) - Providing publications, conferences and workshops for textile craftspeople. Contains conference and magazine subscription information, editor background, news and events.
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  • Beetle Felt - Provides workshops using textiles, particularly felt and also runs a craft shop based in Chorlton, Manchester, United Kingdom. Contains workshop information, gallery and online shop.
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  • Birgitte Krag Hansen - Information about feltmaking, felt courses and exhibitions. Includes picture gallery.
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  • Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution - The only museum in the United States devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design.
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  • Dalton Textile Tours - Information on up and coming tours to China to discover the secrets of Chinese embroidery. Pictures and information on previous tours is provided.
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  • Dana's Textile Travels - Dana McCown shares pictures and notes from her travels to see traditional textiles around the world. Also "guest traveller" submissions.
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  • Descendants of the Incas - By the Center For Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru, promoting Inca weaving traditions. Contains images and stories, and descriptions of spinning, dyeing and weaving processes used.
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  • Ewa Soszko: Antique Textile Conservation - Textiles from different epochs, and methods of textile conservation and restoration. Photos of the artist's work in ecclesiastical textiles and iconographic paintings.
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  • The Fabric Museum - Virtual museum presenting exhibits on fabric art, design and history.
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  • Fiberarts - The Magazine of Textiles - Journal of modern textile art. Calendar, highlights, and subscription FAQ.
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  • Fiberarts.org - Listing of guild contacts, calendar of events and articles.
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  • FiberLink - Information and resources for knitters, spinsters, weavers, and other fiber artists.
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  • Interweave Press - Producer of weaving and other fiber arts publications. Includes book descriptions, magazine contents, subscription information and special event registration.
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  • John C. Campbell Folk School - Teaching traditional crafts, music and dance in the mountains of North Carolina.
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  • Knitty Gritty by Sara - Handcrafted wearable fiber art using freeform knitting, crocheting and felting to create unique scarves, clothing, handbags and accessories. Photo gallery and calendar of shows and events.
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  • La Jolla FiberArts - Honors the work of fine fiber craftspeople known locally and nationally. The Resource Studio has select materials for weavers and spinners. La Jolla, California.
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  • Maine Fiberarts - Promoting the enjoyment and quality of Maine fiber work. Includes background, membership and contact information.
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  • Mexican Textiles - Dedicated to the presentation of indigenous costume, the people, their location and their traditions.
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  • Michigan Fiber Festival - Show and workshop schedule, list of vendors, registration forms.
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  • Paula's Wearable Art - Includes photos of woven, knitted and beaded accessories, hand spun yarn and kits.
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  • Phiala's String Page - Information on tablet weaving and non-woven textiles including naalbinding, sprang and braiding. Offers historical information, especially medieval, with techniques included.
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  • Puchka Peru Cultural Tours - Textiles and folk art tours for those interested in Peruvian art and craft.
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  • Regia Anglorum - Anglo-Saxon and Viking Crafts - Sprang - The history, origins, construction and use of thread twisting.
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  • Rose Tinted Creations - One day craft courses in felt making, jewellery making and rag rug making. Artwork and upholstery commissions also undertaken. Contains course information and gallery. Cheshire, North West England.
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  • Rug Hooking Online - Features how-to articles and patterns, a gallery of full-color rugs, and links to related sites.
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  • Shuttles, Spindles & Skeins - Focus on classes and workshops. List of yarns offered.
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  • Spinners', Weavers' & Knitters' Housecleaning Pages - Provides a forum and free marketplace.
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  • Textile Center of Minnesota - A coalition of the textile community, dedicated to promoting and preserving textile excellence. St. Paul.
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  • Textile Conservation Services - Service for care, restoration, and presentation of antique and contemporary textile arts.
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  • Textile Repair Studio - Repair, restoration and appraisal. List of services, contact information.
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  • TextileLinks - A compilation of textile-related words, phrases and links to other sites, by Rosemary Brock.
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  • TLD Design Center and Gallery - Art gallery in Westmont, Illinois offering classes in weaving, spinning and other arts and crafts.
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  • World of Threads Festival - A biannual festival highlighting international textile art and craft. Call for submissions, gallery exhibitions in Oakville Ontario Canada. Featuring contemporary art, quilting, weaving, sewing, paper making, textiles, sculpture.
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