Christina Garton was introduced to weaving by a history professor and later fell even more in love with it while working at an agricultural museum in New Mexico. Surrounded by sheep, goats, weavers, spinners, and immensely talented fiber artists it was only a matter of time before she took her first weaving class. She is now a decidedly novice weaver who also loves to sew and felt. As a historian she also enjoys reading about the history of textile creation and fashion history. Christina lives in The Land of Enchantment (perhaps better known as New Mexico) where when she’s not weaving, she’s reading, hiking with her husband, playing with her terriers, or baking bread.