Listed below alphabetically.  Please email additions to the list here.


A textile resource center in mid-Wilshire Los Angeles dedicated to teaching and learning. Founded by fiber artist and educator Cameron Taylor-Brown.

American Craft Council
A nonprofit that preserves, cultivates, and celebrates craft. Founder of American Craft magazine.
1224 Marshall Street NE, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Phone (612) 206-3100
Toll Free (800) 836-3470
Fax (612) 355-2330


Craft in America Center
Exhibition and learning space in Los Angeles giving voice to traditional and contemporary craft.
8415 W. Third Street
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone (323) 951-0610


Fiber Art Now


Fowler Textile Council
c/o Fowler Museum at UCLA
Offers unique opportunities to explore the Museum’s world-renowned textile collections.
Membership Office
Fowler Museum at UCLA
Box 951549
Los Angeles, CA 90025-1549
Phone (310)206-0306


Handwoven Magazine
Produced by Interweave, one of the nation's foremost art and craft media companies.
Mailing Address
F+W Media/Interweave Press
Attention: Dept, Magazine or Specific Name
4868 Innovation Dr
Ft. Collins, CO 80525-5576
Phone (866)949-1646


Institute for Labor Generosity Workers and Uniforms
An organizational body and experimental factory, housing the archive and ongoing projects of Frau Fiber, former textile worker, activist and symbol of the lost generation of East German workers.
346 E 3rd Street, Long Beach, CA 90802
Contact for hours





Los Angeles Fibershed
A proactive organization working with the concept of bioregionalism with a focus on fiber.
General inquiries: Ariel Greenwood,

Producer Program: Marie Hoff,

Affiliate Program or Media: Jess Daniels,

Mailing address:
PO Box 221
San Geronimo, CA 94963


Machine Quilting Unlimited
Publication featuring contemporary quilters.
General Inquiries
Buisiness Address
Meander Publishing Inc
Machine Quilting Unlimited
PO Box 88
Eureka, IL 61530-1653
Phone 1(800)910-1925
Fax 866-921-1915


Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot
Award-winning quarterly journal produced by Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.. Features a broad spectrum of articles about fiber art, including: design, history, exhibitions, education, products, books, and national and international textile news.

Mailing Address
Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.
1255 Buford Highway, Suite 209
Suwanee, GA 30024
Phone (678) 730-0010

Studio Art Quilt Associates
A nonprofit organization that promotes art quilts through education, exhibitions, professional development, documentation, and publications.
Mailing Address:
PO Box 141
Hebron, CT 06248
Phone (860)530-1551
General Inquiries


Surface Design Association
An international organization focused on inspiring creativity, encouraging innovation, and advocating for artistic excellence as the global leader in textile-inspired art and design.
Mailing Address
Surface Design Association
P.O. Box 4044
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Phone (707)829-3110
General Inquiries


Textile Museum Associates of Southern California
Nonprofit organization presenting educational programs, discussions, field trips, and special events focused on handmade textiles, weavings, Oriental carpets and costumes from around the world. Associated with The George Washington University Museum | The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C.
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 49160
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Textile Society of America
Provides an international forum for the exchange and dissemination of information about textiles worldwide, from artistic, cultural, economic, historic, political, social, and technical perspectives.

General Manager Caroline Hayes Charuk,

The National Needlearts Association

The National NeedleArts Association advances its community of professional businesses by encouraging the passion and leadership for needlearts through education, industry knowledge exchange and a strong marketplace.



Yarnbombing Los Angeles
A fiber arts community engaging with thousands of people online, worldwide, and locally in Los Angeles. YBLA collaborates with city governments, museums, alternative art spaces, and public spaces to create thought-provoking, community-generated public art installations