Robyn Spady, Nancy A. Tracy, and Marjorie Fiddler are hand weavers and members of the Seattle Weavers' Guild, one of the largest guilds in the US. Spady began weaving in 1969. She is a master weaver and travels extensively teaching a wide variety of programs and workshops. Tracy is active in several local guilds, as well as the international Complex Weavers organization. She has over 25 years of experience and her particular interest is in the structures of woven cloth and the looms that create them. She was fortunate to have been a friend of Virginia Harvey, who did the original work on publishing Dr. William Bateman's material. Fiddler is an award-winning weaver and dyer known for her striking use of color and exceptional craftsmanship.


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