Helpful Links and Forms

Yarn and Fiber Shops / Weaving and Spinning Equipment

A selection of local yarn and fiber stores. These shops provide materials, tools, and equipment for weaving, spinning, dyeing, felting, and rug hooking. Many also offer classes. Check their website for details.

Fibers, Farmersville, Texas fancyfibers.com
Along with supplies and materials, the store hosts a monthly Rigid Heddle Club Meeting
Contact Mary Berry at: [email protected]

Yarnivore, San Antonio, Texas yarnivoresa.net
Offering a variety of classes in weaving and spinning.

Yarnorama!, Paige, Texas www.yarnorama.com
Extensive stock of fibers and supplies. Website lists workshops, spinning group and weaving group meetups.

Weaving and Spinning Instruction

CHT Teacher Roster  CHT members offering instruction in a variety of fiber arts

Southwest School of Art (SSA) www.swschool.org San Antonio, Texas
The SSA is located on the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. The campus has the first stand alone BFA program in Texas. It also offers semester long community education weaving courses and many weekend workshops from nationally known fiber and surface design instructors.

HGA Professional Membership Directory

Websites for and from Texas Fiber Folk

Explore Fiber
Warped for Good
Doerte Weber
Deb McClintock

Fiber Related Experiences

2021 CHT Biennial Conference: A Fiber Runs Through It
2022 CHT Art Camp
Workshops and Education offered by Texas Guilds
Explore Fiber’s Conference, Seminar, and Institutes Page

Fiber Related Interest Groups

Austin Fiber Artists
Fiber Artists of San Antonio

Forms

CHT By-laws
MembershipForm – Join or Renew

Other Helpful Links

Handweaving Drafts and Design Archive
Handweavers Guild of America
Complex Weavers

YarnSub  This site has a large database of current and discontinued yarns that you can browse directly or search with our custom-built search engine.

Steve McCurry 9 Photo Composition Tips  Tips for creating eye catching photos

GIMP Provides the tools needed for high quality image manipulation.

Photographing Quilts Tutorial An easy to read page from quilt artist, Maria Elkins, with tips and how-to’s for photographing your textile artwork

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