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The New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails has been featured in numerous online and print publications.  Explore our press page and learn more about the Fiber Arts Trails.

Online

Michele Powers Glaze, “Travel New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails:  Check out the fiber-arts industry in the Land of Enchantment,” Cowboys and Indians, October 2011  

Meg Pier and Judy O’Meara, “Alpacas, Artisans Flourish Side by Side in New Mexico,” New Mexico News, September 23, 2010

Meg Pier, “Alpacas, Artisans Flourish Side by Side in New Mexico,” Boston.com, September 19, 2010 (Boston Globe original publication)

Meg Pier, “New Mexico Fiber Arts Trail,” View From the Pier, September 2010

Laura Bly, "New Mexico's Vibrant Tapestry: A fiber-arts trail skirting Santa Fe weaves scenery with ancient traditions and modern artistry," USA Today, July 30, 2010, pp. 1D, 5D  http://travel.usatoday.com/destinations/summerroadtrip/New-Mexico-Fiber-Arts-Trail includes links to an interactive map, video and photo gallery

Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau: Visiting Santa Fe/Things to Do/Day Trips

Print

Kate Nelson, “Dyed in the Wool: Following the Strands of New Mexico’s Staunch Weaving Traditions, From Sheep to Shop,” New Mexico Magazine, October 2014

Laura Bly, “A Thread Runs Through It: Northern New Mexico’s fiber arts trail weaves a tapestry that blends ancient with modern,” USA Today Travel/GO ESCAPE, Summer 2011, pp. 40-46

Mae Colburn and Carol Cooper, “The New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails: Growing Businesses through Cultural Tourism,” The Green Fire Times, April 2011, pp. 9, 12-13

Laura Bly, “New Mexico’s Vibrant Tapestry: A fiber-arts trail skirting Santa Fe weaves scenery with ancient traditions and modern artistry,” USA Today, July 30, 2010, pp. 1D, 5D

New Mexico Arts’ Fiber Arts Trail,National Endowment for the Arts 2010 Guide, 2010, pp. 15-16

Vicki Gadberry, “Textures and Hues of the Fiber Arts Trails: Part 2, The North Central Loop,Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot, Issue 160, Fall 2009, pp. 27-28

Vicki Gadberry, “Textures and Hues of the Fiber Arts Trails: Part 1, The North Central Loop,” Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot, Issue 159, Summer 2009

Vicki Gadberry, “Threads of Continuity: Along the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails,” Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot, Issue 158, Spring 2009, pp. 19-21

Vicki Gadberry, “Putting Fiber Artists on the Map: New Mexico’s Fiber Arts Trails,Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot, Issue 157, Winter 2008/2009, pp.49-52

Editor’s Picks: New Mexico,Sunset Magazine, November 2008, p. 26

From Sheep to Shawl: New Mexico’s Fiber Arts Trail Promotes Artists and Local Economy,” NEA Arts, 2008 (Volume 2), pp. 8-9

Arin McKenna, “From Sheep to Shawl: Exploring the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trail,Bienvenidos, 2007, pp. 46-48

Johnny D. Boggs, “Fiber Arts Trails: New State Guide Now Available,” New Mexico Magazine, June 2007, pp. 28-30

Vicki Gadberry, “Hittin’ the Trail in New Mexico,” Fiber Arts Magazine, April/May 2007, pp. 56-57

Anne Constable, “Turning the Spotlight on Rural Artists,” The New Mexican, December 26, 2006

Keira Hay, “N.M. Promotes Rural Fiber Artists,” Journal North (Business), August 15, 2006