Letitia Rogers has been a weaver for over 35 years. She began her fiber journey on a small loom in Beaumont, Texas and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico to further her education in the fiber arts.
She studied at the Santa Fe Center for Fiber Arts and learned from such well known weavers as Alberte Coopman, Joanne Hall, Katherine Sylvan, and Joanne Tallarovic.
In 1990 she moved to the Denver, Colorado area and became involved in the Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild and began her company Sheep Thrills, a custom rug weaving business. She served on the board of directors and became president of the guild in 2001. She also sat on the Steering Committee for the bi- annual fund raiser Convergence sponsored by the Handweaver's Guild of America and hosted in 2004 by the Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild.
She won the Merit Award at Kaleidoscope, an art fair at the Southeast Texas Museum of Art in Beaumont. She has been published in Handwoven Magazine, Shuttles, Spindles and Dyepot and Weaving That Sings.
She lives in Fredericksburg, Texas and is employed at The Old Oaks Ranch in Wimberley, Texas where she is the weaving director. She enjoys living in the country with her husband and three cats.