Linda George

I love the color, texture and feel of fibers in my hands and the connection to women down through the ages.  Those women spun, wove and knitted of necessity, whereas I can do this for the sheer pleasure of creating.

Most of my weaving is functional and I hope it also brings some beauty to everyday settings; towels or placemats for the kitchen, rugs for the home or some wearable art in scarves or shawls.

I have entered many gallery shows at Liberty Town Arts Workshop, including the annual Patron’s Show; Artful Dimensions first juried show this spring; and Fiber: Exploring Today and Remembering Yesterday at the Verizon Gallery on the Annandale Campus of Northern Virginia Community College.

Awards:  Ribbons for handspun yarn at Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, 

              Montpelier Fall Fiber Festival and Southeast Animal Fiber Festival in 

              North Carolina.

              Liberty Town Arts Workshop Patron’s Show – third prize for a woven 

              wall hanging.


Liberty Town Arts Workshop show “Summer Solstice, 2017”  – Honorable mention for woven lace shawl

Check out some of Linda’s work below!

Summer Summer Sunset Woven Lace Shawl

Detail of Summer Sunset on the Loom

Woven Cotton Kitchen Towels

Overshot Pattern on the Lom

Linda George "Wool Blanket and Overshot Rug"

Wool and Linen Rug or Wall Hanging