Learn Fiber Art

cover image of the Guide

Now ready to download: “Learning Fiber Art: A Guide to Maine Teaching Resources.” The Guide includes listings of close to a hundred Maine studios, farms, shops and centers where fiber art learning takes place. Profiles of Maine people and places that have a long-standing dedication to this field are also included, with lots of photos of fiber art.

The book was conceived, designed and produced completely in-house, and stems from the design and technological expertise of Carol Jones and the photography and community knowledge of Christine Macchi, and from our love of fiber, craft and making. Please use Learning Fiber Art as a guide to learn new skills, to discover a friend, or to take your work to the next level. Great teachers are ready to help you!

Preorders of the printed version are being taken, as well as donations toward our printing costs. Pre-orders will be shipped when the printed Guides are available.

Here's a fun link to the Guide on ISSUU to see a digital version you can page through. Sorry about the ads you will see.

You can also download a PDF file, or peruse it online.

DEFINITIONS: “Fiber arts” include spinning, knitting, quilting, crochet, embroidery, papermaking, book arts, sewing, felting, weaving, hooking, basketry, dyeing, and mixed media. Teaching resources” include artists, craftspeople, learning centers, institutions, museums, craft schools, nonprofits, libraries, shops, residencies, special events, and island and seasonal retreats hosting regular and ongoing instruction.