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Come VISIT my stu­dio dur­ing the Edmonds Art Stu­dio Tour, Sep­tem­ber 19–20, 2015!Edmonds Art Stu­dio Tour 2015
The Seat­tle Weaver’s Guild is an out­stand­ing group that wel­comes weavers at all lev­els and sup­ports them with inspir­ing speak­ers and pro­grams. We meet on the fourth Thurs­day of each month. Come visit and join us!Seat­tle Weaver’s Guild
Com­plex Weavers pro­vides an inter­na­tional forum for tech­ni­cal and design challenges.Com­plex Weavers
Jason Colling­wood, expert teacher and weaver of rugs.Jason Colling­wood
Ron Ham­mond, an excel­lent pho­tog­ra­pher, owns the copy­right for all the black and white images on this site. His exhibit, “Work of the Weavers,” can be seen in its entirety on his web page.Green Man Pho­tog­ra­phy, Ron Hammond
Andrew Waits, an excel­lent pho­tog­ra­pher work­ing in Seat­tle, has taken most of the color pho­tographs on this site. Andrew Waits
Mary Zicafoose weaves excep­tional ikat dyed rugs and tapestries.Mary Zicafoose
Ran­dall Dar­wall cre­ates hand­wo­ven, dye-patterned silks of extra­or­di­nary beauty. His part­ner, Brian Mur­phy, designs one-of-a-kind gar­ments with Darwall’s textiles. Ran­dall Dar­wall and Brian Murphy
Mar­jorie Fid­dler and Christina Wright are the hurdy-gurdy duo, “Bees in a Box.” Many ques­tions about the hurdy-gurdy are answered at this link to local builders, Alden and Cali Hackmann.Olympic Musi­cal Instru­ments, hurdy-gurdy builders

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