Weaver House is a textile studio newly relocated to New Hampshire from Philadelphia. We create heirloom textiles in homage to craft tradition, and the dialect between maker and loom. Our practice is grounded in the idea of growing a tangible language, to regain tactility and a hand-making consciousness into the home and onto the body. Our textiles create a physical memory bearing witness to the hand of the artist, becoming material evidence of touch. Our weavings record, through repetition and routine, as memory vessels forever preserving our identities in material culture.
The Weaver House studio is founded in kinship with communal collaboration, weaving education, and creative gathering. We believe in the preservation of the space we inhabit by sustainable making and transparent production. We use our materials thoughtfully, dye naturally, and consciously recycle.
Weaver House is the project of textile artist Rachel Snack, activated as an intuitive response to returning home after living in Peru, and the continual longing to be at the loom. Rachel received her BFA in Fiber & Material Studies from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her MS in Textile Design from Philadelphia University. She can be found in the studio (sporting overalls and the messiest hair on the planet) or nearby in the woods, always inspired and constantly creating. Rachel is also the Creative Director of Harrisville Designs.
We collaborate with brands and independent designers around the world, and create bespoke textiles for individual clients. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.