Sandy Craddock has been a fiber enthusiast since childhood when she learned to knit and crochet. She took a Navajo weaving class and was immediately addicted. Dinner went unmade and laundry piled up as she became engrossed in the feel and color of the wool, the sound and rhythm of beating the fiber to pack it down, and watching the design grow. It is still amazing that such a beautiful product can come from such humble beginnings.
Sandy’s primary teachers have been Belle Rosing and Pearl Sunrise. In the past she taught at Pikes Peak Community College, Green Valley Weavers, Bemis School of Art and private students. Sandy is also a performing musician with over thirty-five years teaching experience of all ages.