Several Guild members teach classes. Please see the information provided below.

Pat BullenMadison
Before she moved from Ohio to Wisconsin in 2018, Pat was the textile director at an adult art center teaching weaving, spinning, dyeing, felting, dyeing, Kumihimo, beading and surface design.  Pat teaches beginning weaving on your loom in your home, or on one of her looms in her home. She also teaches frame weaving on a variety of looms – from potholders, to pin looms, to beginner tapestry.  She is happy to work one on one or in small groups.  One on one classes are being offered during the pandemic with appropriate safety procedures.  Fees dependent on class.

Geke de VriesMadison
Geke teaches Beginning Weaving classes to individuals or small groups at her home studio on Madison’s west side. Class fee is determined by number of participants. Students can use their own loom or borrow a 4 shaft table loom for the duration of the class. She also offers assistance with follow up projects.

Emily NieBeloit
Emily teaches private lessons for an hourly fee plus travel (at your location). She can offer classes for small groups with their own portable looms.

Liz Walker
Rigid Heddle classes are available through Madison School Community Recreation www.mscr.org
For more information see their current catalog or email the guild email.

Nancy Wilson – Waukesha
Nancy has been a hand spinner and weaver for 32 years and is a current member of the Village Spinner’s Guild, Madison Weavers Guild and Wisconsin Handweavers Guild. Most recently she has opened Lost Art Fiber and Textile Studio in Waukesha; she is excited to share her love of the fiber arts with others.

Contact us for more information – madisonweaversguild@gmail.com