Mid Island Weavers and Spinners (& fiBre freaks) GuildResource pages and links
Length conversions site: http://www.onlineconversion.com/length_common.htm
Card weaving design: http://www.theloomybin.com/cw/index.html
Color scheme designer: http://colorschemedesigner.com/
A primarily knitters resource but many spinners, weavers and other fibre people are members. Losts of Groups with Forums to join such as: Van Isle Fibre Lovers; Knotty by Nature Fibre Arts; Nanaimo Yarnies; Canspin; Insubordinknit; Canadian Spinners; Warped Weavers; Lace Knitters; and knitting groups go on and on. Choose by geographic location (eg. Iceland, Shetlands, Van Isle) by technique (Fairisle, ) by store or label (Dale of \Norway, Mad about Ewe ), by famous person (Herbert Niebling, Elizabeth Zimmerman; Daughters of Judith McKenzie) by fibre (flax, Sericulture ) by inspiration (Knit-a-long, Ravelympics, Sweater Spin 2011) and hundreds, nay, thousands more.
Looking for a pattern, check out Ravelry's Pattern section. Browse by categories; cost (Free, ; Designer; garment (shawl, hat, scarf); by popularity, by yarn, by gauge, and once you find one, check all those on Ravelry who have posted pictures of their interpretation of that design.
Look for people. See what other people are up to. Look for events. Look for yarn. It goes on and on.
Very similar to Ravelry but designed for weavers and a little less sophisticated but useful.
Teach Yourself Sites:
All Fibre Arts: http://allfiberarts.com/
Fiber Arts http://fiberarts.org/
Bradley Thursday https://docs.google.com/open?id=1866ePYTWkeW_ovDX9Hadltgdm04eZD8ZnkZ1hpDNUFXl0vy8SXz5bOYjsFNESpinners Resources list
Take a break and bust a gut sites:
Yarn Harlot: http://www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/
Panopticon aka Franklyn's blog: http://the-panopticon.blogspot.com/
Guild Equipment you can borrow
And don't forget our library.