Partner Links

The Guild is part of an international family of weavers, and is an active member of the National Basketry Organization.   Visit the National Basketry Organization for a list of local and regional basketry guilds throughout the United States.

The Guild also enjoys the support of many Business Members (listed in bold).  Please show them your appreciation.

Area Partners - Earth-based arts and technology education for all ages - West Coast gourd enthusiasts  - Northern California handweavers - Regional basketry group, meets in Seattle
Willamette Valley Basketry Study Group - active members of the Guild in the Eugene, OR area. The group meets the first Sunday of each month.

Basketry Resources - Basket making and chair caning supplies and patterns - Pine needle and raffia basketry supplies and instruction - Supplies for weaving, coiling, and embellishing - Willow experts and supply  - Details of native Alaska weaving research

Artists and Instructors - Judy Arledge invites you to share her joy of creating pine needle baskets. - classes and baskets by Carolyn Snedigar - Janet Ronacher combines natural and industrial fibers with obsolete materials into sculptural and wall art pieces. - Brecia Kralovic-Logan, fiber artist and creativity coach - Christine Joy creates dynamic, linear willow sculptures. - Artist and teacher based in Moyie Springs, ID - Fiber artist and teacher based on Lopez Island, WA - workshops in traditional craft, textiles, Native American arts, foraging, and herbal medicine. - Artist and teacher based in Monticello, IA

Basketry Guilds with Reciprocal Memberships - Northwest Basket Weavers