I create enchanted art quilts from inspirations I receive from the woodlands which surround me and the meditative journeys that arise from within. People report feeling profound healing energies radiating from my work. I also do commissions based on your personal visions so that you can be guided every day to fulfill your dreams just by gazing at the quilt. Classes are also posted on FB.
Martina makes dimensional weavings in fiber and natural materials . . . images of beautiful places and natural things. They evoke warm happy memories of places she’s been, people she’s met, and experiences that she cherishes.
Melanie Hunt has been knitting for 35 years. She specializes in intarsia, designing with color, and the unconventional usage of fibers. She incorporates extremely soft, high-quality fibers and hand- and kettle-dyed yarns into her knitted and woven pieces to enrich them with visual and textural interest. Her textiles are inspired by the natural landscapes of Southern Indiana, the impressionists, and the rich traditions expressed in the woven and knitted ethnic textiles of the world. In fulfillment of a lifelong dream, she lives in a tiny studio in the backcountry of Brown County where she dedicates her work to honoring our joyful connections with the natural world. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University. Her work may be viewed at Hoosier Artist Gallery in Nashville, Indiana. She accepts private commissions. email Melanie
Hand crocheted/knitted jewelry in wire and thread; hand crocheted and knitted apparel including shells, sweaters, cowls, mittens, hats, skirts, etc.
Leslie Ruth Rogers
I'm a textile and multi-media artist. My focus is on stitchery, patch and scrap work, doll making, and embellishing tattered antique cloth dolls. I work rather quietly in the loft of our home in the forest. My online shop, opening in time, will be named Shmata Boro, shmata being the Yiddish word for rags or scraps of cloth, and boro being the Japanese term for the same.
Textillery Weavers is committed to the traditions of craftsmanship coupled with using the best of new technology to produce handwoven items that we are proud to say are Made in the United States. As more and more factories and mills are shutting their doors, we continue to take pride in the fact that we can compete on a global scale while producing all our products in the United States. We could not do this without the support and encouragement of our customers, our employees, and our Bloomington Indiana community.