|Handweavers Guild of America
Founded in 1969 to inspire creativity and encourage excellence in the fiber arts, the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc., brings together weavers, spinners, dyers, basketmakers, fiber artists and educators. HGA provides educational programs, conferences, and an award-winning quarterly publication, Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot, to its members as it seeks to increase awareness of and appreciation for the fiber arts.
|American Tapestry Alliance
American Tapestry Alliance (ATA), a non-profit organization supporting the fine arts medium of contemporary handwoven tapestry.
|Peachtree Handspinners Guild
The Peachtree Handspinners Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of the art of handspinning, to the promotion of interest in spinning through education, and to providing instruction and social life in spinning.
|Southeast Fiber Arts AllianceThe Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance (SEFAA) seeks to develop a vibrant, creative coalition and a comprehensive fiber arts center that will engage the public, inspire and support artists, and teach and display all aspects of the fiber arts. Open to anyone with an interest in fiber, SEFAA will intertwine the fiber arts community while celebrating, supporting, and perpetuating all fiber art forms.|
|Southeast Fiber Forum Association, Inc.
The association was established to foster cooperation among individuals and organized guilds in the fiber arts in the Southeast region and to encourage creativity and excellence of craftsmanship in the Fiber Arts. The states that comprise the area of SFFA are: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
|TWIST (Tablet Weavers’ International Studies and Techniques)
The purpose of TWIST is to promote the appreciation of tablet weaving and the development of tablet weaving skills through the journal, an Internet discussion group and web site, and exhibitions
|Western North Carolina Fibers/Handweavers Guild, Inc.
The guild exists to promote participation in and appreciation of fine craftsmanship as related to textile arts. The Guild sponsors study groups,
classes and workshops, publishes a newsletter, maintains a library, promotes exhibit opportunities, and provides avenues for community service.