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Online connections and learning through Tapestry Together and Tapestry: In Conversation

Connecting our creativity with nature through Nearly Wild Weaving Experiences

Collaborative projects with fellow weavers

Community projects and ‘have a go’ participatory weaving

Creating wonderful tapestries for exhibition and sale

Please be patient if things aren’t quite as they should be on this website – we are weavers, not web developers! We’re still learning and would love your feedback.


Monthly online peer to peer learning & networking sessions

Next session: 19th April 2023

Pulling Warps and Shaping Tapestries


Tapestry Together Workshops

Two part workshops on a specific topic – next one coming soon.


Monthly online conversations with a leading tapestry weaver

Next session: Wednesday 22nd March

Amanda Gizzi



Explore nature through the art of tapestry weaving

Learn how to look around you with a ‘weaverly eye’ and spend time weaving your own small piece of the view.

Relaxed creative days outdoors with like-minded people and delicious home-made food! Wet weather options available if needed.

Social distancing measures in place.

See Experiences & Workshops for further information

Also – 1 day Tapestry Weaving workshops, inspired by our location, but weaving indoors!


An online, collaborative project led by Joan Baxter, supported by Nearly Wild Weaving

Both a weaving project and a learning experience, Waterline brings together a small group of tapestry weavers who have each woven their own individual tapestry as one part of a composite tapestry which reflects the theme of the flow of a river.

As a legacy of the project, we are exhibiting the tapestry as a single artwork, both online and in a ‘real life’ space. We have also created a publication about the project where we pass on our learning from the design and creation process, its “difficulties and delights”, and show our work in progress.

Next exhibition: 7th July to 27th August at Gairloch Museum, Scotland, UK