SWG Gallery of Weavers

The Seattle Weavers' Guild is fortunate to have a number of accomplished weavers among its ranks, many of whom weave professionally, or who blog about their weaving progress. Please browse the sites below to sample the work of some of our talented members.

Note: SWG members who wish to be added to this list - please contact the SWG Website Chair.

 

   
Siiri Bennett


Siiri Bennett

Siiri is the Designer and Weaver for KeaCloth Handwoven, a Seattle-based studio that designs and weaves custom fabrics for interiors and custom apparel.

Marjorie Fiddler


Marjorie Fiddler

Marjorie is a handweaver and dyer who creates one-of-a-kind wool rugs on linen warp. Her striking use of color and exceptional workmanship result in works of art that are equally beautiful adorning a wall or functioning as hard-wearing floor coverings.


Lois Gaylord
Lois Gaylord, an abstract artist working in fiber and mixed media, is a maker of connections. Her work focuses on spirituality and connections and like a multi-strand braid, they interweave creating the path to her present 'fiber-brained' endeavors.

Gay Jensen

Gay Jensen
Award-winning Seattle fiber artist Gay Jensen weaves, dyes and paints fabrics creating art that delights the eye, engages the mind and speaks to the spirit.

Marcy Johnson


Marcy Johnson

Marcy owns Weaving Works, a thriving local yarn store in the heart of Seattle's University district. It carries supplies for a wide range of textile pursuits, including spinning, weaving and knitting.

Marilyn Moore


Marilyn Moore

Working in fibers is a natural medium for Marilyn. As a child she learned to embroider, knit, crochet, and sew. Her love of fiber work continued into adulthood adding spinning, weaving and basketry to her fiber vocabulary. As a basket artist she has shown her work nationally and regionally, and has taught at national conventions and conferences.

Robyn Spady


Robyn Spady

Robyn is a talented weaver and weaving instructor, working in areas as diverse as complex double-stitch cloth on a 16-shaft AVL and inkle looms.

Margaret C. Wheeler

Margaret C. Wheeler
Margaret works in silk fusion. She has found that weaving the silk pieces together offers a beautiful, unique background for creating one of a kind wall art. She uses many different needle arts to accomplish her vision.

Cyndi Wolfe

Cyndi Wolfe

Cyndi is a weaver and dyer who loves the interplay between color, fiber and structure. She has been creating and embellishing cloth for over 20 years. In addition to her woven work, Cyndi creates stitched shibori fabric and makes lapel pins of vintage kimono fabric embellished with beads, fetishes, embroidery and findings.

Barbara Zander

Barbara Zander
Barbara is a weaver and a dyer. She uses her original silk fabric to create 3D sculptures that give the viewer the ability to see art cloth from all sides. She also weaves silk scrolls and scarves.

Judy Zugish

Judy Zugish
Contemporary basketry with unusual and natural materials, rich in technique, are an extension of her personal artistic directions. Judy teaches across the United States as well as in the garden studio in Marysville, Washington. Her work is displayed in a number of galleries in the Northwest and throughout the country. The school is set amidst Bouquet Banque, Judy's 2 acre nursery and perennial gardens.