Members’ Profiles are alphabetical by last name.
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Kathy Bateman, Platypus Dreams
In 2001 I started Platypus Dreams with the core belief that you can wear silly hats and still be a productive member of society at the same time (commissions welcome)! I also work, teach knitting classes, and design patterns for Hill Country Weavers.
I enjoy knitting, crocheting, and weaving on my rigid heddle loom. In particular I take a special joy in designing patterns that combine techniques (weave+knit, knit+crochet, crochet+weave).
Website: Platypus Dreams also at Ravelry and Hill Country Weavers
Inga Marie Carmel
I teach beginning weaving and eTextiles, and weave primarily household goods.
I enjoy exploring the boundaries of what a loom can do as much as I enjoy the old Swedish textiles that form my cultural heritage, and so you will find wire, electronics, and straw among the linens.
I am a weaver and design woven wearables. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kent State University, with a focus in fiber. I have an interest in all kinds of fiber art, textiles, etc. I like to create new fabric techniques and explore the use of color with plain weave and twill. When I design wearables, I let the woven fabric dictate the wearable design.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org 512-809-2865
I sell clutches woven from recycled yarns and VCR Tape under the name Fringe Benefits. In 2010 a vest I wove with sock yarn won a prize in a Handwoven Magazine contest. I primarily weave yardage for clothing. I am interested in using unusual materials which lead me to weave clutches from recycled yarns and VCR Tape. They are available Artisans Connect in Georgetown.
Private teacher – natural dyeing, rug weaving, Southeast Asia loom adaptations. Beginning weaving, pickup storage techniques, natural dyeing basics, small groups welcome, all teaching by appointment
I am a rug weaver and an independent scholar on SE Asia weaving techniques
Contact info: email@example.com 512-565-2071
Natural Dye Blog – http://debmcclintock.wordpress.com
I am a fiber artist working in wool. I “paint” with wool to make felted garments and household items. My greatest work has a spiritual quality. It is a series of shawls inspired by birds from all over the world. I teach wet felting during the winter months and offer courses in two types of hats, as well as purses and scarves.
Colleen Launer Yarbrough, Heartwoven Designs
I design and create handwoven and nuno felted wearables. Also, I weave yoga blankets from recycled t-shirts. I sell through my website and at art galleries and shows. Weaving is my passion. I love working with colors and textures more than complex patterns. I started designing clothes at 12 for my Barbie doll, and my passion for designing and weaving fabric continues through today. I prefer natural fibers, such as cotton, silk, alpaca, mohair, wool and bamboo.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 512-695-1530
I am a weaver and a felter. Love the process of weaving, so I teach warping techniques as well as nunofelting, and computer designing for weaving. I love make cloth for wearables, including loom-formed garments. I occasionally do commissions for weavings and often offer custom weavings to non-profits for silent auctions. Episodically, I weave tapestry. I weave all kinds of things — fabric, towels, curtains, upholstery, scarves, shawls, ribbons and wall art. I like melding felting and weaving and weaving and braiding. Weaving with wire is a new passion. It has potential for melding also — woven jewelry for woven garments.
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