Inspiration… from our students!

It has been a great year of classes, so far. We are always inspired by our students and want to share some of that inspiration with you. Some of these students were experienced weavers, some had taken a class with us, many of them had never touched a loom before! Enjoy! Ciao, Teresa PS I’m… Read More

2014: A Year of Classes in Review

This last year, 2014, was full of classes and wonderful events for us here at Weaving Southwest! From the classes taught in our studio, to a special class in Madeline Island, to our first ever Weaving SpringWild Retreat… it was a good year! Below are a few photos, highlighting the year. Enjoy! Ciao, Teresa and… Read More

Jack Moody, Our Student

And then there’s Jack, one of the youngest student’s I’ve taught. He came to Taos a while back to visit his aunt, a local fiber icon and all around wonderful woman. Over the last few months, he has fallen in love with the wonderful world of fiber in Northern New Mexico. He took his first… Read More


Interweave, A Study in Angles This three-day class in an introduction to or expansion of weaving angles. You will arrive at our studio in the morning and will be assigned your very own Rio Grande Walking Loom. Once everyone gets to know each other, you will learn how to tie up and prepare your loom… Read More