Damascus Fiber Arts School provides an inclusive community space for weaving and learning the art and craftsmanship of fiber arts. In addition to Open Studio days, we have classes and workshops in tapestry, weaving on a Navajo-style loom, spinning, Ravenstail twining, and more.
Keep up to date on what is happening at the school and in the weaving community. Check out the DFAS Blog.
New Weavers!!! Sign up for one of the 3-day Beginning Tapestry Workshops. Most months have one scheduled with either Janet Dorow or Margaret Jeppesen. Small groups, plenty of personalized instruction, no pressure. You will love it!
Here are a few photos from our summer workshops.
Visit our School Shoppe while you are in the area. We have a selection of yarn by Harrisville and Brown Sheep, and we carry the Faro line from Glimakra. We have Al Snipes weaving forks, Joy Moss tapestry bobbins, copper pipe looms, and some books. We just got a selection of weaving combs from Bill Crawford, along with one of his Sketch Looms.
Need space in a building for a fiber-related activity? Have a group of friends who want to learn more about a fiber-related topic? Having trouble with a fiber-related technique? See our Create Your Own Workshop, Hosted Fiber Events, and Independent Study options.
Call for Volunteers!
Want to volunteer? Go here to see what opportunities are available.
Lecture Tour Videos
The Summer Lecture Tour videos for 2020 and 2021 had an amazing group of speakers. You can still view the videos (and donate if you like).
Click here to view Public Inspection of Damascus Fiber Arts School 501(c)(3) Form 990-T.