San Anselmo, CA
Charlie is a long-time basket weaver and student of California Indian and other traditional basketry techniques. He teaches classes for adults and teens; beginning and experienced weavers are welcome. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheri Fox & Jon Rawlinson – ScrapHound Studio
We are scavengers at heart, salvaging and foraging where we can, giving new life to items otherwise left behind. Our work veers wildly from salvaged steel and wood side tables to glass-embellished cow skulls. Beautiful, functional, sculptural, quirky—our creations contain a little bit of all those things, sometimes all at once. Classes in mosaic offered. Website: scraphoundstudio.weebly.com Facebook: facebook.com/ScrapHoundStudio
Marta Shannon – Tactile Sensations
3820 Bodega Avenue, Petaluma, CA
Marta teaches weaving for both beginning and advanced students at her studio in Petaluma, as well as other venues. For more information, contact Marta at email@example.com or 707-658-1707, or visit www.martashannon.com or the Tactile Sensations Facebook page. Private lessons available.
Brooke Sinnes – Sincere Sheep
Our primary focus is single-source, breed-specific and custom-made yarns and fibers. All Sincere Sheep yarn and fiber is dyed using color extracted from plants (and periodically from insects). We hold natural dye workshops at the Napa, California dye studio of Sincere Sheep. Visit our website at sinceresheep.com.
Mimi Luebbermann – Windrush Farm
2263 Chileno Valley Road, Petaluma, CA
Hands on Learning, From Fleece to Finished Garment.
Call 707-775-3390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and a complete listing of classes. Please also look for information on the Windrush Farm Facebook page. Photos by PaigeGreen
Jane Ingram Allen – Papermaking
3840 Finley Avenue, Studio 107, Santa Rosa CA
Award winning international artist and hand papermaking expert with 40 years of experience. Contact email@example.com for more information about commissions, workshops, classes and artist in residency projects. Visit Jane's blog at: janeingramallen.wordpress.com for workshop information.
Monique Risch Botanical Prints
Sea Ranch, CA
Join me at my studio in Sea Ranch for a hands-on workshop in learning how to coax plants and flowers to leave their color on fiber, exploring printing methods for the beginner or experienced eco-printer. Learn plant-based tannin chemistry and the relationship to iron on silk and cotton.
Visit moniquerisch.com for more information.
Sandra Guidi – Black Rock Ranch
Stinson Beach, CA
Our vision is to create a space that unites restorative land practices with growing the most wholesome and nutrient rich olive trees and happy animals. This year's summer workshops by honored teachers include: sandal making, block printing with natural dyes, and native natural dyes.
Visit our website: blackrockranch.com or contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathleen Harrison – Botanical Dimensions
3830 Doris Murphy Lane, Occidental, CA
We work to preserve biodiversity, respecting natural ecosystems and traditions of ecological knowledge. We appreciate, study, and educate others about plants and mushrooms that are felt to be significant to cultural integrity and spiritual well-being. We share what we learn.
More information and current workshops can be found at botanicaldimensions.org or on our Facebook page.
Alisha Reyes – Fiber Circle Studio
8099 La Plaza, Cotati, CA (Suite H in the corner)
Fiber Circle Studio is a fiber maker space that offers workshops and provides equipment for weaving, spinning, fiber processing, sewing, dyeing, knitting, crocheting and felting. Visit www.fibercirclestudio.com for more information, or contact Alisha at 707-242-3400 or email@example.com.