Amy Krone

Amy Krone

Amy Krone Amy is an artist living in the forest of the Catskill Mountains. Her project, Cambium Lost Arts, is one dedicated to the revival of dying or forgotten practices of traditional craft. Currently, her focus is centered on the practice of hand-split white oak...
Rabbit Goody

Rabbit Goody

S. Rabbit Goody I started weaving when I was in my late teens, without any real instruction – the first book I had was Sunset’s How to Weave book, but it came very naturally to me and my first real experiences were with Dee Ertel in her shop in Bennington, VT and then...
Jan Sheehan

Jan Sheehan

Jan Sheehan Jan started braiding in 1995, taking a beginner class from a local and crafted braider Rita jane Davis. Rita, well known in the New England arts and crafts league, became her mentor and wonderful friend.  It was Rita’s passion for braiding that encouraged...
Regina and Dan St. John

Regina and Dan St. John

Regina and Dan St. John Have been a full-time professional fabric and paper marblers for the past 30 years.  Their work is recognized nationally, and they are frequently called upon by bookbinders and book artists to produce a wide range of specific traditional and...
Meg Kupiec

Meg Kupiec

Meg Kupiec Largely a self-taught basket weaver, Meg was greatly influenced by the Shakers. Shaker basket are beautiful as well as functional. With their clean lines and sturdy construction, they are a joy to weave. Meg has taught classes since the early 1990s to...
Patty Williams

Patty Williams

Patty Williams Patty Williams is the owner of Aker Fiber Farm in Enfield Center, NH. Knitter, spinner, dyer, designer, and instructor, Patty grew up in all things fiber. She has grown and processed flax for ten years on her farm and has been in fiber arts for over 30....