Buy Handwovens Directly From Our Members

We connect people seeking handwovens with guild members who are professional weavers.  View a wide array of items from weavers’ websites, get information on custom weaving, and support our local weavers.   Please contact the weaver directly. 

 

Handwovens are also available in vast array at the Weavers' Guild of Boston Annual Sale.

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Towels by Elizabeth Springett

Laurie Carlson Steger

Wall Art with abstract or impressionistic imagery 

Lorraine Celata

(978) 697-4752 (C)

Handwovens of luxurious fibers with Mongolian Cashmere, Peruvian Alpaca, Silk and Organic Cotton.    Handwovens include Mobius Shawls, Wraps, Scarves, and Organic Cotton Baby Blankets edged in Satin. 

Chriztine Foltz

(978) 582-7956 (H)

(978) 660-0452 (C)

Techno textiles, prototypes for medical & military use, industrial.

Hetty Friedman

(617) 512-5344 (C)

Hetty Friedman's handwoven wearables are colorful, elegant and very versatile. She weaves with organic bamboo, rayon and assorted novelty yarns. Find a wide variety of scarves, mobius shawls and infinity loops in her online shop, or get in touch to make a studio visit. Perfect for year round use, easy to care for, these pieces will become heirlooms.  Hetty also offers a line of 100% cotton table wear. Browse her colorful, textured table runners, placemats and bread covers in her shop.

Nancy Kronenberg                

(978) 369-8079

Handwoven household items in natural fibers: throws, coverlets, and blankets. Table linens, small rugs, wall hangings. Original designs employ historic and modern weaves.  Custom pieces from a large sample collection of yarns and colors.

Mary Mandarino

(617) 721-6273 (C)

Mary is a member of South End Woven, a collective of weavers in the SOWA Arts and Design District in Boston.  Color, in combination with weave structure is one of the main design themes running through all of her designs.  Through the process of warp painting, she is able to indulge her need for color and the desire to produce one of a kind woven pieces.  To see the wide variety of weaving styles and products such as scarves, shawls, blankets, rugs and table linens, visit the South End Woven Studio at 450 Harrison Ave, Studio 304. 

Fran Osten                

(978) 281-7552 (H)

(781) 608-2121 (C)

Dahlia Popovits

Dahlia Popovits is the owner and designer of Dahlia Gallery, located at street level in Boston’s SOWA Art and Design district. The gallery features her exceptional hand woven garments and accessories as well as showcasing the work of 30 plus award winning textile artisans. Dahlia’s handwoven collection of gossamer  easy to wear woven garments and accessories, woven in natural fibers, as well as her collection of structured jackets and one of a kind garments, can be found in her gallery on Harrison Avenue, and online at dahliahandmade.com.

Gretchen Romey-Tanzer

(508) 255-9022 (H)

(508) 221-3992 (C)

Gretchen Romey-Tanzer is the owner of the Tanzer Weaving Studio and Gallery, #2623 Main Street, Brewster, MA 02631. The weaving studio is a place for new and experienced weavers to work on and expand their skills and knowledge of handwaving. We have a number of 4 to 8 shaft looms for weavers to work on. Gretchen provides direction and encouragement.  The Weaving Studio and Gallery also has handwoven wall pieces and house wares for sale.  Come for a visit!

Sarah Saulson

(315) 317-6165

Heirloom Quality Jewish Prayer Shawls

Elizabeth Springett
(508) 446-1761 (C)

WovenSeas Weaving Studio, located in the The Handkerchief Factory, Main Street Warren, RI, is a hand weaving makers studio, a classroom and a shop. We offer individualized and small group weaving classes, monthly loom rentals, design and color help, and our Make Take Towel Class; great for ladies night out.  We sell handwoven tea towels, placemats, rugs, scarfs, and shawls, and are open for custom orders.  Contact us for a studio tour, to shop, or to learn how to weave.

Pat Vinter

(508) 320-5433 (C)

I design and weave one of a kind personal and household items. I especially enjoy using alpaca, wool-silk and cotton which I have hand dyed. 

Kathy Zola

(781) 251-9129 (H)

(617) 922-9120 (C)

Fiber artist Kathy Zola has played with yarn and color for as long as she can remember. Her practical yankee side has her making useful pieces that serve a purpose in daily life. Her artist’s side finds a tactile excitement in watching yarn grow into woven and knit pieces. Her soul experiences an uplifting joy in seeing people's pleasure in the special items made for them. Most of her designs are one of a kind, exploring color combinations, patterns, fiber combinations, in knitting and weaving. Everything is hand-crafted using mostly natural fibers, and they make very special gifts.