Welcome to Art Through The Loom

Upcoming Meetings & Events


The Wool Shed at Maple Winds Farm - Annual Shearing Saturday & Fleece Sale.  Feb 3, 2018


ATTL Meeting -February 17, 2018

New Baking Company Sante Fe 10:30 am.


ATTL at the Taos Wool Festival

Natural Dye Kits


ATTL is selling natural dye kits.  The kits include everything you need to get started using Natural Dyes.  A small skein of yarn, ready to dye(mordanted), and natural plant materials.   If you have any questions about the kits please email Sandy Voss, sandyvoss@cybermesa.com, or Glenna Dean, puchteca@windstream.net

If you wish to purchase the dye kits they are 20$ plus shipping.  Please use the add to cart button.   Currently we are only offering Chamisa,  Snakeweed,  and black walnut.(please email for other kits) The shipping is $10, this is a rough estimate, you will be refunded any shipping overcharges and invoiced for shipping costs that are undercharged.  The invoices/refunds will come from our email arthroughtheloom@gmail.com

Taos Wool Festival


The booth at the Taos Wool Festival was a wonderful success.  Thank you to everyone who purchased our items.   Thank you to all of the volunteers.


Congratulations to Guild Members Glenna Dean and Barbara Roybal who won Silver Medallions



Art Through The Loom promotes weaving and fiber arts in Northern New Mexico.  The ATTL members are fiber artists with a strong commitment to weaving and all fiber arts.


Art Through the Loom Guild members are a diverse community of fiber artists who come together from primarily northern New Mexico to access markets and learn from one another as textile professionals.

“In many primitive cultures weaving, spinning and dyeing constitute one of the major occupations, possibly second only to farming. In our technical society, because we are free from the need to pursue these crafts, the majority of us are not acquainted with the pleasure they give.  Undoubtedly it is in man’s nature to be creative, and although few of us would trade our lives for the hardships of primitive man, we do find satisfaction in creating objects for our own use, or just things of beauty to have or to give to a friend.”

                                                                  Rachel Brown


      Reprinted with permission from the Weaving, Spinning and Dyeing Book.


Photos used under Creative Commons from gagilas

and  Sterling College.  Photos resized.