In each colorful issue, you'll enjoy meeting the artists and discovering new techniques. Each issue also includes fascinating interviews and portfolios, useful news and reviews, current exhibition listings, competitions to enter, and an education and travel directory. For thirty years, Fiberarts has been both inspiring and exciting.
Our readers include artists, craftspeople, collectors, curators, and lots of folks who simply love looking at and reading about exciting contemporary and traditional textile work including weaving, surface design, quilting, needlework, basketry, fiber, sculpture, knitting, papermaking, and wearable art.
Fiberarts was started in
1975 by Rob Pulleyn and Kate Mathews, in the back
of their yarn shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It
is now published by Interweave
Press, a unit of Aspire Media, one of the nation’s
leading craft media companies. Interweave publishes
a range of magazines
on fiber crafts and beading, has more than 200 books
in print, sponsors craft
events, hosts the online communities Knitting
Daily and Beading
Daily, and presents a needle-arts
TV show. For makers, these how-to resources complement
Fiberarts magazine’s focus on creative
process, gallery exhibitions, and profiles of established
and emerging artists.