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You seek out locally hand crafted items and are perhaps a DIYer as well.....You like to surround your self with squeezable textiles woven in luscious jewel tone colors...You enjoy the beauty and respite found in the Catskills Region of New York State.

Then check out my unique items made here in Delaware County (NYS) at the Catskill Mountain Artisans Guild, at Pure Catskills Marketplace, and even consider making an appointment to visit my studio in Denver (the Town of Roxbury), NY, and "BRING HOME THE COLORS OF THE CATSKILLS" (TM)..

Custom orders are accepted.

Call (607.326.7662) or email ( for directions and to make an appointment to visit the Studio.

Find products here:
-- the Catskill Mountain Artisans' Guild (Margaretville-Rte 30, Delaware County,, 845 586-3443);
--Pure Catskills Marketplace;

Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes, weaver and spinner, has been creating textile products since 1980 and began selling hand-dyed and spun wools from Delaware County sheep and alpacas in 1995. Her studio, based in Denver, NY (Town of Roxbury), produces textile products that �Bring Home the Colors of the Catskills�� in all of its seasons.

Her hand-woven products include blankets, pillows, table linens (runners and placemats), scarves, tapestries, and handspun/hand dyed wools and alpaca yarns. Each Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio product is woven as a one-of-a-kind item for accessorizing the home and person. Variations in dye lots and spun yarn thicknesses add to the uniqueness of these products. The acid dyes are environmentally friendly and selected to reflect the seasonal colors of the Catskill Mountains as seen from the studio.

Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio ships at cost using USPS flat-rate shipping whenever possible. Lost or damaged products will be replaced upon written notification (email:, and exchanges are accepted within one week of receipt.

Here is more information on Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio�s shipping and return policies:
All orders:
1) I will email you with USPS tracking number, mailed out date, and anticipated delivery date.

Damaged, or to be exchanged products:
1) Email at the request, and if damaged or to be exchanged, include photograph of product, with "TGB STUDIO PRODUCT INQUIRY" in the subject line.
2a) You will receive email response with Code approving replacement or exchange; or
2b) You will receive email response addressing status of lost item and action plan to replace it or refund moneys.
3) Email at tgbweavingstudio@hotmail of receipt of damaged or to be exchanged product within one week or 7 days to be approved for replacement or exchange.

Lost products:
1) Email at if you have not received your ordered product by the anticipated delivery date.

Custom orders:
1) Email at your choice of colors, fibers, and product item;
2) Wools are purchased from local sheep breeders and can be custom ordered based on acid dyes in stock; also indicate total weight, and yarn thickness desired.
3) Wool and Alpaca yarns thicknesses are based on these Knitting Needles/Crochet Hook sides:
#3 - D; #7 - G/H; #10/11 - L/M; #15-17 - Q.
4) I will mail a sample of your custom order to ensure your satisfaction: Cost is $10, paid in advance, and includes FREE SHIPPING for the sample.
5) All products shipped within NYS will be charged sales tax, except for clothing valued under $100.
6) All products shipped within the continent US will be charged for shipping and handling per US Postal Service flat rate.
7) I will email you with USPS Tracking Number, shipped out date, and anticipated delivery date.

Any and all questions:
Email:, with "TGB STUDIO CUSTOM INQUIRY" in the subject line.
Studio visits, and lessons in weaving, spinning, knitting, and crocheting are available by appointment. Email:, with "TGB STUDIO VISIT/LESSON INQUIRY" in the subject line.

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(607) 865-7090

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