About Fiber Folio

About The Fiber Folio Website

Fiber Folio is a creation of Maine Fiberarts, a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit advancing fiber art, craft, farms, schools and business through education, display, celebrations and networking both within Maine and beyond. We champion fiber art to Maine residents and visitors. As a project of Maine Fiberarts, Fiber Folio serves as a living journal—a photo-illustrated tour through Maine art and farms.

Take a look at fiber stories from all over Maine.

Fiber Folio is made possible with funding from Maine Fiberarts’ members and friends. Thank you, sponsors! Contributions are tax deductible. Become a member or a supporter, and visit us in Topsham.

Details pictured in home page banner image from left to right: wool flamed hooked rug, Anne Cox; baby blanket seen at NH Sheep & Wool; silkscreened table at Maine College of Art; Native American basket, Molly Neptune; double weave purple scarf, Emi Ito; threaded heddles, Hillary Hutton; orange cashmere knit cowl, Christine Macchi; yellow knitted shawl, Nina Ruit; black and white overshot vintage wool blanket; light blue fabric collage, Robert McKibben; white wool knit lace shawl, Linda Clutterbuck; painted fabric, Elizabeth Busch; handwoven scarves, Laney Lloyd; Nuno-felted fabric, Wayne Myers; black and brown knitted sample, Christine Macchi; handmade paper, Richard Lee; nine-patch art quilt, Mary Allen Chaisson; embroidered mixed media, Jill Snyder Wallace; indigo dyed piece, Wayne Myers.

About Maine Fiberarts

Our Networking Center/Gallery is located at 13 Main Street in Topsham in Midcoast Maine north of Portland and west of Bath. Come visit!

We represent fiber artists, host revolving exhibitions, studio and farm tours, offer hands-on workshops, keep photo image libraries and  maintain the Maine Fiberarts Resource Guide and Tour Map, a searchable compendium of statewide fiber locations and resources including our News Bulletin on all things fiber.

Our goals include fostering greater opportunities for artists and fiber producers to exhibit work, to make sales, to work as apprentices and mentors, to teach craft making skills, to learn about events, and to become better connected.

Maine Fiberarts building