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So far Julie Goforth has created 35 blog entries.

Diane Myers

Ms. Myers has been a fiber artist working primarily as a handweaver since her college days.  She has taught at in the public schools and is a veteran weaving instructor with the Waterford Craft School and at the Waterford Fair. Handwoven Rag Rug Creation

Diane Myers2019-11-21T17:36:42+00:00

Gina Copanzzi

Ms Copanzzi began making jewelry in her teens when metalsmithing classes were offered in her high school. Over the years, she has refined her skills through formal training with Master Metalsmiths around the country. After exploring many visual media, she found her passion in jewelry and gems. She finds she can best express her [...]

Gina Copanzzi2019-11-21T17:38:17+00:00

Allen Cochran

Allen Cochran is owner of Cochran's Stone Masonry, a masonry restoration and preservation company based in Lincoln, Virginia. For the past 25 years Cochran's has helped preserve masonry throughout the area. Dry Stone Fence Construction https://craftschool.waterfordfoundation.org/class/dry-stone-fence-construction/

Allen Cochran2019-11-21T17:19:19+00:00

Antonia Walker

Antonia Walker received a BFA from the University of Georgia, studied in France in a George Washington University summer term and later studied drawing and anatomy with Spanish sculptor, Benjamin Saul. She was a Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome in 1998 and again in 2011. The artist's work has been [...]

Antonia Walker2018-10-25T16:41:38+00:00

Grace Rochford

I have been making floorcloths for about 14 years. I originally made them just for myself until launching Designs By Grace. During the last 5 years, I have taught numerous Floorcloth making workshops. These have been very popular, and many students have shared with me their continued efforts at creating floorcloths on their [...]

Grace Rochford2019-11-21T17:41:10+00:00

Susan Withnell

Ms. Withnell has been a hand spinner and weaver for 20 years with a fiber arts business, “Ewes-Ful Fiber Arts”.  She raises high percentage Wensleydale sheep (known for their excellent spinning fleeces), alpaca, and angora rabbits on her Maryland Farm. Her sheep are bred for fiber quality.  She uses these fibers in the [...]

Susan Withnell2019-11-21T17:17:23+00:00

Pamela Foster

Ms. Foster has been weaving for over 35 years. She specializes in wicker restoration but weaves all types of chair seats: splint, cane, rush, bamboo, rattan, willow and grasses. She has woven seats for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and restored a wicker sled for the Loudoun Museum. Ms. Foster has also been reproducing [...]

Pamela Foster2019-11-21T17:43:05+00:00

Caroline Twigg

I learned to hook in December of 2005. I soon started to seek out Primitive Teachers and have had the privilege to study under some of the best teachers. In 2011 I opened Eagles Nest Woolens and began to teach and color plan in my studio. In September 2016 I began to travel to [...]

Caroline Twigg2018-08-01T14:04:29+00:00

Allen Cochran

Allen Cochran is owner of Cochran's Stone Masonry, a masonry restoration and preservation company based in Lincoln, Virginia. For the past 25 years Cochran's has helped preserve masonry throughout the area.

Allen Cochran2018-07-31T20:04:42+00:00

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