Australia Rugmakers Guild – The Australian Rugmakers Guild is a national organisation of creative people who come together in friendship to share ideas; and to explore different techniques of the art of rugmaking using a variety of fibres. The digital newsletter is open to the public with the aim of promoting the craft of rugmaking throughout Australia and the South Pacific and to document the revival of traditional rughooking in Australia.
Cassie Stephens – Elementary art teacher extraordinaire, Cassie Stephens has tons of fiber lessons on her blog for her elementary art students. Plus, she creates so many art theme fashion ensembles, you won’t want to miss this blog!
Lost in Fiber – Environmental fiber artist and writer Abigail Doan’s fiber blog.
Love Across the USA – Love Across the USA is a community public art project with the goal of bringing women, men, and children together through community workshops and public art installations. It is only as a united group that we can promote positive women’s voices and create real change.
mrxstitch – a fabulous site featuring Jamie Chalmers and a collective of people writing about contemporary fiber and needle arts.
Surface Design Association Newsblog – SDA NewsBlog features stories of interest to our international community of makers, innovators, educators, writers, curators, collectors…and anyone engaged in creative exploration of the textile arts.
Textile Artist – We aim to become the number one online resource and community for artists working with textile techniques as well as textile art enthusiasts. TextileArtist.org is a place to be inspired, learn from the best, promote your work and reach other creatively-minded people.
Textile Curator – Textile Curator aims to showcase the outstanding quality, variety and talent of international contemporary textile artists.
Textile Forum Blog – Beatrijs Sterk reports on themes of textile creation, education and textile cultural heritage via this blog, addressing all those interested in textile culture. There is space for guest editors, preferably those writing on the recent history of textile art in their country.
Textile-link – Many extraordinary textile objects of over 1,500 textile artists from all over the world have found a place in one of the five books of Textile-link. Would you like your art objects, jewellery, interior design objects, clothing, accessories and other art expressions to stand the chance to have a spot in one of the next inspirational books from Textile-link? Then create a digital archive on our website. Upload images of your best work and experience how easy this is to do. Participation is always free. Together we make books!
The Textile Blog – John Hopper is writer, facilitator, and flag waver for the creative arts as being central to the human experience.
The Textile Cuisine and textile_Cuisine – Bozena Wojtaszek is a Polish, independent textile artist translating kitchen landscapes and everyday beauty to art. Be sure to check out both sites – one is a blog and the other a Pinterest type board that aggregates lots of fiber photos & links.
Weavolution – Is an online international weaving community in which you can connect with people who share the passion of weaving.
Austin Fiber Artists – Our goal is to promote fiber art and artists in the Austin, TX area. Our members explore all facets of fiber arts.
Australian Rugmakers Guild – The Australian Rugmakers Guild invites you to their Facebook page and website to learn more about the revival of traditional rugcrafting in Australia and meet the growing community of innovative contemporary fibre artists in Australia / New Zealand who are quietly moving this traditional craft into a number of exciting directions.
browngrotta arts – browngrotta arts has promoted international art textiles and fiber sculpture through exhibits and publications for 25+ years.
Complex Weavers – Complex Weavers is an international organization for weavers who want to delve deeper than plain weave, who are always curious to know more, and who love to share their interests with other weavers through our Journal, study groups, and conferences
mrxstitch– Mr X Stitch is the number one contemporary embroidery and needlecraft blog on the planet! Each week we bring you posts about people who are pushing boundaries of the threadiverse; people who make amazing art using the power of stitch.
Needle Felting – This is a supportive group for all Needle Felters from beginning to advanced. A place to share your work, tips and techniques, ask questions, comment and encourage each other!
Paper Threads, Yarns and Textiles – This group is for sharing and enjoying information about paper threads, paper yarns and paper textiles. The goal is to mutually inspire, inform, share ideas and resources.
Surface Design Association – Members only group – Are you a member of Surface Design Association? If you’re interested in the creative exploration of fiber, fabric, textile arts and new materials, we invite you to join our international community of makers.
Textile Arts – Our mission: To elevate textile fine art beyond the craft arena into the realm of conventional galleries. View the latest works from both well known and emerging artists.
Textile Center Los Angeles – Textile Center LA (TCLA) is a community of like-minded makers, educators, learners and organizations who have come together to network and create community in the Los Angeles area.
Textile Forum Magazine – The Textile Forum publishers (1982-2013) are now publishing the Textile-Forum-Blog.org
The Textile Study Group of San Diego – The Textile Study Guild of San Diego (TSGSD) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to learning, sharing and promoting the knowledge and practice of Textile and Fiber Art techniques. The primary mission of the guild is to educate the general public in the various arts of textile and fiber.
UNT Fibers – University of North Texas Fibers public group
Wearable Art – Wearable Art here includes all forms of wearable items from garments to hats, shoes jewelry, eyeglasses, hair jewelry, etc. If you have a technique to share, please do. List your favorite resources for fabrics, notions, paints. Post what you like about your work, or maybe someone else’s work that inspires you. Link to pinterest or your own blogs or websites.
Weaving – Group to discuss anything pertaining to handweaving. Questions welcome, project sharing encouraged, and general weaving joys and disappointments.
Weaveolution – Weavolution is the online, international handweaving community where you can connect with others who share your passion for the craft.is to become a centralized, accessible source for information about hand weaving.
Wet Felt Makers – This is a group for people who like to make wet felt or are interested in learning about making wet felt. If you use wet felting in another craft you can share that too.
World of Thread Festival – The biennial World of Threads Festival is a showcase of local, national and international contemporary fibre and textile art. The festival is based in Oakville, Ontario where it began in 1994.