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Korah Erbacher has lived virtually all of her life in Chicago, IL. She began weaving at the Chicago Park District in 1985. Attending weaving conferences, reading weaving periodicals and books and participating in guild meetings and workshops has enabled her to greatly refine her skills as a weaver.

An active member of the Weavers Guild of the North Shore, and Complex Weavers, she particularly specializes in complex twills and moderately fine yarns. Side interests include: knitting, dyeing, basketry, computer design of weaving projects, sewing and pattern making, and kumihimo on the takadai. Korah also is the director of the weaving program at Friedman Place, a residential facility for blind and visually impaired adults.

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