Fibreshed Producer

The Loom Shed

Devon
Workshops, talks, exhibitions in a range of fibre related topics

The Loom Shed is a specialist textile studio and education space in Devon. Our aim is to be a hub for constructed textiles in the South West. It’s a place where you can learn about handweaving, spinning, dyeing, felting, knitting, crochet and any other fibre based craft. We offer a range of weekly classes, along with an extensive programme of workshops, symposiums, talks and events with expert visiting tutors. We will also be developing close links with textile producers and fibre farmers in the region.

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About The Loom Shed

Founder: Louise Cottey & Liz Croft
Cullompton EX15 1NF, UK

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