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Best of Missouri Hands
Missouri Artisans Association, better known as The Best of Missouri Hands, is a 501c3 nonprofit organization representing artisans from throughout the state of Missouri. Our growing membership includes not only well-established professional artisans but also those “just starting out,” and many more in between. Our juried artist members, all Missouri residents, are recognized as masters in their respective mediums. As such, they are knowledgeable spokespeople for the arts, serving as mentors, public speakers, and demonstrators at schools, shows, and various other venues.
Weavers’ Guild of St. Louis
This guild is a not for profit group of contemporary textile artists. Founded in 1926, it is the second oldest fiber guild in the United States. Membership ranges from novice hobby weavers to the professional production weaver. The guild sponsors ongoing study groups such as spinning, tapestry weaving, knitting and dyeing, depending on the members’ interests.
is passionate about the fiber arts. Her whimsical and enchanting designs are a delight to crafters.
Her focus is on designing for small loom weaving,
knitting, crochet, doll making, soft toys, puppets, bags and accessories.
Her books, patterns and designs will inspire your creativity and ignite your imagination!
Weaving and Spinning traditional crafts is a way of stepping back in time and enjoying life as it was in years gone by.
Linda has been growing and producing woolen and linen items for over 20 years. You will see inside items that were grown on her farm. She process Flax plants into linen clothing. Sheep’s wool is turned into clothing, yarn and other items.
Rural Missouri Spinners
is a family of friends who love all aspects of the fiber art world. From raising the animals that produce the fiber... to fiber processing... to all the fiber arts: spinning, weaving, felting, dyeing, knitting and crocheting..... we try to do it all.
is open to anyone who wants to participate, learn and share. Members
are from (but not limited to) the Franklin, Gasconade and Crawford
County, Missouri area. Benefits of membership include a yahoo
discussion group, newsletter, regular meetings on the farm, community
events and demonstrations, workshops, field trips and an active knitting
The Franklin County Fiber Guild (FCFG) meets the second Wednesday of every month at the Union, MO Scenic Library at 6:30 until 8:30 pm. Everyone is welcome. We all enjoy various Fiber Arts from, knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving, rug making, -- you name it. Please come to our meeting and enjoy fiber arts, making new friends and learning something new. Visit our website and see what we do.
For handspun fiber from Jarita Thompsons own pygora goats and angora rabbits, visit her website. You will also find Speciality Breed Chickens and farm fresh eggs. Jarita is a womany of many talents. She is also an artist/potter making unique hand-built pottery. See her creations on Etsy
For beautiful Alpaca fibers, yarns and more visit the Enchanted Acres Farmstead website or call owner Rani Cagle for a special creation.