Episode 74: Ancestral Textile Making with Miriam Vegara

Miriam Vegara isa Brooklyn-born Mexican American textile artist and educator.

Episode 73: A Rigid Heddle Weaving Collaboration with Liz Gipson

Liz is a well known and beloved weaver, author, the founder of Yarnworker.com, and rigid heddle teacher extraordinaire.

Episode 71: Weaving Wall Hangings with Allyson Rousseau

Ally is a Fibre Artist and Designer based out of Montréal, Québec. She is a tapestry weaver who has created close to 200 custom pieces for people all over the world, using her signature style of bold blocks and squares of colors.

Episode 69: Sweet Georgia Yarns with Felicia Lo Wong

Felicia is a designer and entrepreneur from Vancouver, Canada who started her company Sweet Georgia Yarns in 2005.

Episode 67: Hand Dyed and Woven Rugs with Jacqueline James

Jacqueline is a weaver in the UK specializing in the hand-dyed and handwoven rugs. She combines traditional weaving techniques with contemporary design style and a bold use of color.

Episode 65: Doubleweaving with Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore is an experienced weaver, teacher, and author. Jennifer’s weaving has been widely exhibited for the past thirty years, and has won awards throughout the United States and abroad.

Episode 63: A New Perspective on Weaving with Deb Brandon

Deb is a textile artist, writer, math professor, and brain injury survivor. She is also a board member of WARP Weave a Real Peace, and most recently is the author of Threads Around the World, a collection of essays and photographs sharing textile traditions from communities around the world.

Episode 59: Material Meaning with Cameron Taylor-Brown

Cameron Taylor-Brown has been working in the worlds of fiber, education, and commerce since the 1970’s.She is curating an exhibit for the Craft in America Center in LA called Material Meaning: A Living Legacy of Anni Albers, which will feature work by ten contemporary American artists and designers working with textiles who are strongly influenced by Anni Albers.

Episode 57: Spinning for Weaving with Jillian Moreno

Jillian is a knitter, weaver, and spinner, and the author of Yarnitecture, a book about spinning exactly the yarn you want.

Episode 55: Weaving on Small Looms with Amy McKnight

Amy is a North Carolina based fiber artist and weaver. I have admired Amy’s work on Instagram for a while, and particularly admire Amy’s passion for spreading the love of weaving on small looms.

Episode 53: Ashford Wheels and Looms with Kate Sherratt

Ashford probably needs no introduction for many of you - the much beloved New Zealand Manufacturer of weaving and spinning equipment. I love Ashford looms and am an Ashford dealer, so I spend lots of time helping many of you pick out the perfect loom.

Episode 51: Learn To Rest, Not To Quit with SHENEQUA

SHENEQUA is a Caribbean textile interdisciplinary artist and weaver. She received her Masters of Design in Fashion, Body, & Garment at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.