Teaching Schedule 2009-2010:
January 10-12, Orlando, Florida workshop: Opposites Attract for the Weavers Guild of Orlando
January 14-16, Sarasota, Florida workshop: The Big Twill and a Saturday program for the Manasota Weavers Guild. There is still space in this workshop.
February 18-20, Denver, Colorado workshop for members of three study groups, Design with Textures
April 25, London, England! program for the London guild: Dyed Warp and Interesting (Not Plain) Weaves.
May 2-4, Devon, England Advance!
May 7-9, Devon Opposites Attract, sponsored by the Devon Weaving Workshop and Sue Dwyer.
May 11-12, Chesham, in the Chilterns, UK The Big Twill
May 15-17, Chesham Design with Textures, advanced workshop, sponsored by Wendy Morris and the Chesham Weaving Class.
May 28- June 3, Spokane, WA ANWG conference. Workshop: Loom-controlled Imagery and several seminars.
September 26-7, Indianapolis, IN guild workshop, Advance!
November 5-8, Philadelphia, PA guild program, The Flowing Line, and workshop, Advance!
January 28-31, 2010, Seattle, WA guild program, The Flowing Line, afternoon talk, Dyed Warps and Interesting Weaves, and workshop, Opposites Attract
March, 2010, Boston, MA guild program, The Big Idea, morning seminar on network drafting, and 3-day workshop Opposites Attract
April 17-20, 2010, Denver, CO guild program on woven imagery and workshop, The Big Twill
In 2007 I taught in Tallahassee, FL, Purcellville, VA, Dayton, OH, Houston, TX, Durango, CO, and Boise, ID. In 2008 I gave two seminars for Complex Weavers in Florida. I gave workshops for guilds in Minnesota, Potomac, MD, Richmond, VA, and the Jockey Hollow guild in NJ.
Teaching highlights from other years:
In 2006, I taught for Convergence and Complex Weavers, at Webs and for guilds in several states. In 2005, I taught in TX, MI, and for 3 conferences: CNCH at Asilomar, NEWS in Andover, MA, and ANWG in Tacoma, WA.
In 2004, I taught for 3 Oregon guilds. The Newark Museum sponsored a 3-day workshop in April. I gave three seminars for Complex Weavers in Boulder in July, and taught in Nashville in November.
In 2003, I visited weavers in Netherlands and Japan, and taught in Virginia, Colorado, Illinois, and California.
In 2002, I gave a guild program in Durban, South Africa and met weavers in Qua-Zulu Natal. I also gave several seminars and four workshops in New Zealand in May, and was the selector (judge) for the National Exhibition at the
Creative Fibre Festival.
I started teaching spinning, dyes, and weaving in 1972. I have taught in 8 countries and many states.