John Bailey Watermarble silk scarves
Cooperative Rugmakers Primitive, punched, traditional
Amee Sweet-McNamara One-of-a-kind hats made using traditional hatting and millinery techniques including blocking, wiring, buckram-work, and cut-and-pieced items. Embellishments include ribbon-work, kanzashi, soutache-and-bead embroidery and bead embroidery.
Linda Doucette I locally source wool fiber and naturally dye it using plants and lichens from my farm. I hand felt large floral tapestries using wool, soapy water and a hand held wood washboard. [...]
Catherine O'Toole Colorful, 100% cotton, machine washable, reversible quilts and accessories.
I think of quilts as paintings made of fabric. The technique of quilting layers of fabric to produce bedding, clothing, and even armor can be traced back centuries. I am inspired by early quilt makers who produced functional pieces that [...]
I am a hand spinner, weaver, knitter, and crocheter and I like to experiment with felting and other textile related work. I prefer to use natural fibers, but find it sometimes necessary to include man-made fibers. My weaving includes rugs, [...]
The Waterford Quilters Guild of Waterford, VA creates an original quilt to be raffled off each year at the Waterford Fair. The quilt is hand or machine pieced by the members of the guild and is hand or machine quilted. [...]
My hooked rugs are all my own original designs. Inspirations come from antique quilts, tole trays, weather vanes, photos, geometric patterns and creative imagining. All rugs are hooked on new linen.
The inspiration for all of my work comes from 19th c. examples, designs and motifs and are original adaptations of period styles. Figurative work (dolls, bears, Santas) are created from cloth and clay with vintage materials used as appropriate and [...]