Sarah Fortin

Sarah became enthralled with hand weaving as a student of Clothing and Textiles at Washington State University. After graduating and coming to the east coast in the early 70’s, she continued to pursue weaving as a craft while working as an Extension Educator. She became a juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen in 1985, weaving and sewing women’s clothing, throws and blankets. Sarah has taught weaving extensively in the Northeast and across the country. Her work has been awarded many times at the League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair, New England Weavers Seminar, NH Weavers’ Guild Exhibits, HGA’s Convergence and The Blue Ridge Handweaving Show in NC with several of her pieces receiving recognition for excellence in craftsmanship and creativity.

Miniclasses

The FTWG website contains records of miniclasses taught from 2019 to the present. This instructor has not taught a miniclass during that period.

Talks

The FTWG website contains records of talks given from 2021 to the present. This instructor has not given a talk during that period.