We have a strong and vibrant textile community in the West!
We are compiling a list of organizations and groups involved in textiles here. Send us an email to add your community to our list.
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Textile Non-Profit Organizations in Colorado
Front Range Fiber Artisans: Front Range Fiber Artisans (FRFA) is an inclusive organization devoted to promoting and developing the skills of any person practicing fiber arts, including but not limited to: Basketry, Braiding, Crocheting, Dyeing, Embroidery, Felting, Knitting, Lace Making, Paper Making, Quilting, Sewing, Spinning, Tatting and Weaving.Handweavers Guild of Boulder: To explore the lore and techniques of handweaving and related textile arts and crafts and to stimulate interest in these media.
Handweavers Guild of Pueblo: To promote and encourage weaving, spinning and related fiber arts through programs developed by members and exhibits of members' yearly works.
Mountains and Plains Fibershed: We organize and develop essential economic and social connections between rural and urban communities to advance the vital role that soil-to-soil fiber systems play in generating lasting prosperity with positive effects for our regional economies, global climate, and the health & diversity of our ecosystems.
Pikes Peak Weavers Guild: conducts educational programs for members and the community, and supports projects that promote weaving, spinning, and dyeing in the greater Colorado Springs area.
Rocky Mountain Weaves Guild: The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Weavers' Guild is to encourage excellence, to inspire creativity, and to preserve fiber traditions through education.
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