Weaving South West is a tapestry gallery, hand weaving studio, and a manufacturer and supplier of weaving, spinning equipment, and hand-dyed yarns. The hand-weaving studio produces a variety of rugs, blankets, and pillows on the premises. The gallery also specializes in sweaters kits, yarns, looms, spinning equipments, accessories, dyes, books, and Navajo weaving equipment. Among the tapestry artists are Kathy Perkins, Robin Reider, Dick Shea, Bettye Sullivan, and Cathy Viele. Rachel Brown is the owner of the gallery and famous for weaving, spinning, and dyeing. She received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington.