Mary Scott

Mary Scott spent her first career teaching in public education and training educators. In a serendipitous twist of fate, she became a shepherdess, spinner and weaver, and fiber took over her life! George Washington's Mount Vernon chose her to conduct field trip demonstrations for thousands of children and adults from all over the world. As owner of Serendipity Farm's studio and Weaver in Residences at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts, she has taught spinning, weaving, dyeing, and felting for over 30 years. Her new studio in Leesburg, Florida continues her mission.

Mary enjoys sharing her knowledge to help others find joy and satisfaction in textile arts. Her passion is dyeing with wild mushrooms!

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.