Artist Gallery: Allie Dudley

Blooming Leaf, 2018. Linen, wool, and cotton. 6” x 7 1/4”. Featured in Small Tapestry International 6: Beyond the Edge.
Roses, 2019. Cotton warp and wool weft. 10.5” x 13”.
Keep Me Warm, 2019. Wool and cotton. 72” x 102”. Woven using a Pine Cone Bloom draft with an embedded tapestry. Featured in Of Threads, On Place at the Asheville Area Arts Council in 2019.


Allie Dudley is a fiber artist working primarily in weaving and stitching. After completing a degree in Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Chicago, they turned towards textiles, taking a historical angle and focusing on traditional tapestries, Appalachian coverlets, and antique stitching samplers. Allie’s weavings have been included in international shows, including the Irene Davies Emerging Artist Award Finalist Exhibition at the Australian Tapestry Workshop. After recently becoming the Resident Artist in Weaving, Rugs, Needlework, Lace, and Beading at the John C. Campbell Folk School, they now live in Brasstown with their goats.
Instagram: @alliede5a7