Fall meetings have been cancelled in-person due to COVID-19.  They will be held on Zoom: September 9, October 14 and November 11.  See details below.

Founded in 1922, the Weavers' Guild of Boston is the oldest weavers' guild in the United States.  With nearly 250 members worldwide, our monthly meetings aim to educate members and the general public in the artistic and technical aspects of handweaving and to advance the standards of handweaving.

Members also enjoy a choice of four workshops each meeting (workshop registration begins August 15), a quarterly Bulletin (which includes a handweaving draft with instructions), an extensive library, a Ratings program, education grants, special extended workshops, and participation in our Annual Exhibit and Sale.

The Guild meets the second Wednesday of the month from September to November and from February to May.  Guests are always welcome.

Scarves at the 2017 Weavers' Guild of Boston Annual Sale

Fall 2020 Programs

Due to Covid-19, all Workshops, Meetings, and Afternoon Speakers for the fall will be

held as Zoom meetings.  Registration is required for all events.  General Meetings and Afternoon Speakers are free.

  • All workshops, meetings, and afternoon speakers will be recorded.  Videos will be on the website starting the following day.

  • Workshop videos will be available to registered attendees and will be open for 48 hours.

  • Afternoon speaker videos will be available for 48 hours and will be open to members and non members alike.  Meeting videos will remain on the website until the next meeting.

  • To register for a workshop, visit the Education tab in the Menu above.  Members only.

  • To register for a General Meeting and Afternoon Speaker, click on the 'Register for a Zoom Meeting' button below.  You must have a website account to register.

  • To see our 'Tips and Tricks' on using Zoom, click on the 'More About Zoom' button below.

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