Tasha Miller Griffith
Tasha works at the intersection of belonging, sustainability, and textile craft. She grew up in a family of self-sufficient makers and tinkerers, then learned that some folks call that slöjd on her first trip to North House. She has been drawn to threads of all kinds since she was very small, and she is always trying to figure out what makes things work. In her classes, she works to build a deep understanding of concepts through hands-on experimentation in a warm and inspiring environment. Tasha is the Education Director at Threaded Together, a nonprofit in her hometown of Flagstaff, AZ devoted to teaching textile arts skills. She also teaches nationally at folk schools and fiber arts events, and writes for magazines including Taproot and PLY. You can find her free tutorials on her website.