This is the Ragmates Page.  I guess you can call it the Spirit Cloth Community.  Although there is a private level to this site, this is a public page, only meant to make it easier to connect to those who read and or interact here, on whatever level.  A small gathering of travelling companions, not a club or a campaign, just folks, going, connecting. A path to how that might happen.   list me

If you have no web presence and would like to have a page here to show your work, please email me and we can chat.

You may request to be removed or have your pic or info revised at any time.  I love seeing your faces.

I will shuffle them around now and then...


Hey! Only here to welcome you, spread the love. This is my place but you can click my pic to go to my old blog


Hi I am Michelle and I am still here


I have no words right now, maybe later

Dhyana W

Helen Lee

In love with slow


“Writer, quilter, and collage artist living outside of Boston. I lead weekly writing workshops by zoom, garden, and try to figure out what to do with all the fabric in my possession.”

Catherine E

I don't sell work but I stitch and dye and weave and garden and do paper crafts including bookmaking. I'm inspired by the natural world around me here in coastal Hancock, Maine.


I’m a daughter of the StarBreather.  You can find me on Instagram.

Linda K

Suffice it to say, "Jack of all trades, master of none."  It's not so much about what I create these days ... I'm more aware of the biggest creation of all and our place in the universe ...  and the light within.


 me, after degumming four cocoons, full of peace, in the woods


'hi everyone, my name's Saskia van Herwaarden and I'm an artist living in the Dutch countryside. I spend a lot of my time in my garden studio where I paint and am entertained by my small friends in The Dwelling. If you want to see and read more here's the link to my blog Tales from the Birdhut and from there you can travel on to my webshop, website, insta......can't wait to see you there.  Image of a cut-out of my friend OBK* holding on for dear life *OldBirdKing .


I make cloth assemblages using bits of hand-dyed cloth and deconstructed clothing to tell a story.


'still spiraling around, good enough' because that's how I feel in this moment.


I don't blog but do comment in the cloth community. I dye cloth from the treasures of the land, foraging the fields and cliffs here in New Mexico. Over time, the cloths created from these dyed materials, tell a story of being a part of a "living" landscape.


 I write a blog to connect with others who share my love of quiltmaking, good stories, and the simple life of a country girl


Stitching stories and self together.


I am new to Beekeeping this year.  I own a women’s retreat on our farm.  I love anything textiles


Greetings! My name is Jane Rhodes Hudak and am a retired art professor and mixed media textile artist. I particularly like forging and creating natural dyes. I also love to collect antique and ethnic textiles from around the globe. We live part of the year in North Florida and the other part of the year in East Slovakia.

Deb G

 “I play a lot and think a lot and am interested in so many things….”

Mo Crow

still dreaming of a world where love is the answer


just a pic for now...


Here is one of my textile works out of several other media that I work with.


’m a dabbler of many things, gardening, eco printing, textile art, doodling, beading, crochet, mosaics, assemblage, mixed media, book making and especially anything that has to do with recycling. Currently hand stitching my heart out! Visit my Instagram feed to see some of my things.  I go by the name of RecycledParts4Art. I have a YT channel and an Etsy shop where I sell recycled unique goods for other artists to create and be inspired.