Some useful ATA resources

ATA has a wide variety of programs and our website is full of useful information. It can be hard to digest it all as a new member. This short list of resources is offered as an introduction.

ATA’s Mentoring Program
Click here

List of Tapestry Instructors
Click here

List of Tapestry Weaving Supplies
Click here

Books

  • Noel Bennett, “Working with the Wool: How to Weave a Navajo Rug”
  • Peter Collingwood, “The Techniques of Rug Weaving” (Also available here: http://www.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/ (Click on ‘books’ and go to Collingwood; the book is in 4-5 PDF files. Download all to get the entire book.)
  • Kirsten Glasbrook, “Tapestry Weaving”
  • Nancy Harvey, “Tapestry Weaving: A Comprehensive Study Guide”
  • Shirley Held, “Weaving: A Handbook of the Fiber Arts”
  • Kathe Todd-Hooker, “Tapestry 101”
  • Carol Russell, “The Tapestry Handbook”
  • Joanne Soroka, “Tapestry Weaving: Design and Technique”

Videos
Click here, then click on Videos in the Table of Contents.

ATA-Talk
ATA has an email list for members to talk about whatever interests them. This is a great place to ask questions. You can sign up to participate here: https://pairlist7.pair.net/mailman/listinfo/ata-talk. Or email the list manager, Christine Laffer, christine.laffer@gmail.com

If you would like to see a fuller listings of ATA’s programs, click here.