Category for all fibre related crafts, e.g. sewing, knitting, rug making, weaving etc.
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Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners, Dyers
For preservation and improvement of craftsmanship in hand weaving, spinning and dyeing. Journal, newsletter, exhibitions and courses.
Fashion and Textile Museum
Focuses on British and international fashion, and textile design from 1950 to the present day. Includes details of exhibits, hours, admission rates and membership. Located in London.
The Guild of Machine Knitters
Non-profit organisation which aims to increase the awareness of machine knitting as a craft.
The Guild of Silk Painters
Organisation with members in 30 countries. Includes articles, contacts, workshop information and examples of work.
Handweaving by Riitta Sinkkonen Davies
Workshops specialising in linen weaving, exhibitions, gallery, commissions and items for sale. Pembrokeshire.
Hilltop Spinning and Weaving Centre
Specialist supplier of spinning, weaving, dyeing and felt making supplies, equipment, and tuition. Canterbury, Kent.
Textile designer, hand weaver and weaving tutor. One day workshops near Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, articles and gallery.
The Knitting & Crochet Guild
The Guild was established in 1978 to preserve and nurture the skills of knitting and crochet and to conserve what is a major part of our cultural and craft heritage.
Margaret Talbot - Textile Tutor
Details courses offered, qualifications, exhibitions and publications. Includes gallery of work.
The Museum of Costume
17th to 20th century costume, specialising in Old English dress and court fashion.
A resource list for supplies in the UK. Contains information on obtaining kit and accessory suppliers, guilds, magazines, books, courses and events.
Tracy A Franklin
Embroiderer, trained at the Royal School of Needlework, and specialising in most aspects of traditional embroidery. Introduces techniques and provides information on workshops, teaching, talks and events. Commissions accepted.
Embroidery discovery space for children and anyone involved in textile art, craft and education.
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