In 1985 the Pennsylvania
Guild of Craftsmen awarded Kathleen Liddle juried status in the fiber category. She has served as president of the Schuylkill
County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and is currently a member of the Reading Berks Chapter. She was honored
as craftsmen of the month for January 2008 at the State Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In July 2009 her handspun
angora cardigan sweater was chosen for display at the Reading Public Museum in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Guild of
Craftsmen, Raw To Refined Exhibition. During her years as a craftsperson she has enjoyed spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing,
quilting, designing and sculpting original Santa dolls.
She has completed numerous fiber workshops and has done
extensive study in the art of sculpting. In addition she has taught spinning, knitting, and the art of casserole dyeing. For
several years she taught weaving for Schuylkill Women in Crisis (SWIC) an organization that helps victims of domestic violence.
Kathleen has participated in the Reading/Berks and North Penn Craft Shows and the Kutztown Folk Festival. Currently
her work is displayed and available for sale in the Fiber Art Originals store on the Etsy website. She is an award winning spinner and an avid gardener having earned
Master Gardener certification in 2001.You are invited to forward
your comments or questions to me at the address below.
"It does not matter if I am weaving, spinning, knitting, creating original Santa
dolls, dying, teaching, or quilting; I always enjoy working with fiber. Please look around my website and share my enjoyment."
Thank you for your interest.