Española Valley Fiber Arts Center | 325 Paseo de Onate | Española, NM 87532 | (505)747-3577 |


Monday - Friday
10:00 AM -4:00 PM
9:00 PM - 5:00 PM Sundays
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

For Sale



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Welcome to the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center

Our mission is to preserve and promote the rich textile heritage of Northern New Mexico by providing learning and teaching experiences for all ages and backgrounds, and by providing encouragement and training towards economic sustainability in the fiber arts. 

Latest News and Updates 

It's time for our semi-annual

Sale of Bargain Yarns extended through May 11th!

Prices have been marked down even further.

Saturday, May 18, 2013
12:00pm - 4:00pm
EVFAC, 325 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM

Bring a potluck and one of your handmade items to show off. We will have Show & Tell, doorprizes, a raffle for the beautiful "Southwest Sunrise" quilt and lots of fiber fun.

"Southwest Sunrise" Quilt Raffle

(click on image above to learn more)

EVFAC Fiber Arts & Friends

Thank You to all who came and enjoyed a lovely day at

EVFAC Ghost Ranch Show

running through July 14, 2013


The EVFAC Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Lauren Pineda will be taking on the newly created postion of General Manager at EVFAC and that Olimpia Newman has accepted the position of Programs Manager. Learn more in the announcement below...

EVFAC New Hire Announcement

Click here to download the Mentorship form in pdf format

Gallery artists can now download inventory sheets on the Enchanted Fiber Gallery page in PDF or Excel formats.
Click here for PDF version or click here for Excel version.

» EVFAC is on YouTube! Thanks to Bus52 for visiting us on their inspiring journey across the United States. Click Here! to see the video.

EVFAC offers:

  • Year-round adult classes in all aspects of traditional and contemporary weaving, spinning, dyeing, knitting, beadwork, basketry and other fiber arts. 
  • Evening presentations and other educational events
  • Meeting and workshop space for fiber arts guilds and local college classes
  • A childrens' summer fiber arts day camp and a variety of learning experiences for children of all ages
  • Interest groups in spinning, knitting, quilting, weaving and other topics
  • Moderately priced yarns, fiber, looms, and other equipment, supplies and books
  • Group participation in shows and exhibits
  • Enchanted Fibers, a gallery space where members' work is offered for sale
  • A fully equipped fiber arts studio with a full range of equipment for weaving, spinning, sewing, dyeing, felting and surface design for use by members and students
  • An extensive fiber arts reference library
  • A stimulating environment for the interchange of ideas and energy
  • Training for fiber artists in entrepreneurship and production, as well as apprenticeship opportunities

This project is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts

New Mexico Arts National Endowment for the Arts


EVFAC is grateful for the generous support of

Santa Fe Creative Tourism