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TRADITION • INTEGRITY • INGENUITY

The Marshfield School of Weaving is the nation’s foremost school for textile techniques as practiced in 18th-century Britain and early America. The instruction is founded on efficient, practical methods rooted in a tradition that reaches back to medieval England. Gathered in a 19th-century barn, overlooking the hills of central Vermont, is the largest collection of working 18th and 19th-century looms in the country.

New for 2023: see classes and sign up directly online.

The manual of Marshfield's historically-based technique, now in its third edition:

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SPECIAL PROJECT FOR 2022

 

If you are the owner of an early hand loom or know of one in a historic site please consider filling in our

North American Early Hand Loom Survey.  Click here to find the survey.

Thank you!

Chipstone Foundation has produced an excellent series of short videos profiling artists and craftspeople and their perspectives on the creative process. Watch their interview with our Director, Kate Smith.