Here is a list of some of our favorite fiber blogs. If you know of a blog we should include, contact us!
The American Tapestry Alliance The American Tapestry Alliance (ATA) is engaged in a wide range of educational, exhibition, outreach and promotional programs – Honoring Tradition, Inspiring Innovation.
arttextstyle – browngrotta arts has been promoting contemporary art textiles and fiber sculpture through exhibitions, lectures and publications for 30+ years. We represent the work of more than 90 artists from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Israel, Australia and the UK, some of whom we hope will join us on arttextstyle.
Centering with Fiber – weaving, sewing, spinning, dyeing and fiber activities at Saori Santa Cruz fiber arts studio
Cultural Cloth – Cultural Cloth is a social enterprise that empowers women artisans around the world who make handmade home décor textiles and accessories. We sell these textiles and accessories in our online store and in our shop Maiden Rock WI.
The Fiber Art Network supports artists, collectors, enthusiasts, and leaders in the fiber art and textiles community.
Ravelry – a favorite knitting, crocheting, weaving site’s blog!
Sara Nordling Textiles & Liturgical Art – Sara Nordling has a life-long interest in art and textiles. While woven textiles are a mainstay of her work she will also paint, draw, knit, spin, felt, stitch, or otherwise construct art in various forms.
Surface Design Association’smission since 1977 is to promote awareness and appreciation of textile-inspired art and design through member-supported benefits including publications, exhibitions, and conferences.
As TextileArtist.org offers articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks, and online courses. All created with the aim of empowering you to be the best textile artist you can be.
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.
Weave a Real Peace – WARP’s mission is to foster a global network of enthusiasts who value the importance of textiles to grassroots economies. Our purpose is to exchange information, raise awareness of the importance of textile traditions to grassroots economies, mobilize textile enthusiasts and create conversations that result in action.