I live in a converted barn in Rhode Island, and the studio is a former stable now outfitted with floor-to-ceiling wooden frames, scaffolding and handheld tools counterweighted by sand bags. It’s truly a working studio space: a whirlwind of color, with rugs on every available surface and a riot of yarns on the walls and the floors. 


Aside from our annual open house, the studio is strictly a working space. Because of this, the best way to experience the rugs is in person at one of the shows listed below. 

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175+ local and national craft artists exhibit and sell handmade wearable art, furniture, decor + more


December 14- 16, 2018

Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA






Learn about the process of making, get inspired, and prepare to be wowed as you meet and shop more than 550 of the best jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor artists from across the country – including a juried showcase of talented emerging artists – at the American Craft Show in Baltimore.


February 22- 24, 2019

Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD



NetWorks RI showcases and records the work, achievements, methods and profiles of Rhode Island artists. NetWorks has featured a different group of Rhode Island artists each year since 2008 and has documented over forty artists, their methods, inspirations and artworks to date, including Meg Little in 2012.

Zoneone Arts' mission is to provide online interviews that showcase the full range of contemporary arts and crafts happening in Australia and the world. Our focus will be cross-genre to inspire, attract and influence designers and artisans. Here is Diane Blakeley in conversation with Meg Little.