Online Renewals will begin on July 1 and are open until August 10.
PLEASE NOTE: Registration will begin on August 15. Check back then.
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Please add your name to the Wait List above if a class is full. With enough interest, we may be able to offer an extra session or two.
View the video of our October Afternoon Lecture - Parallel Threads that Parallel Life
Daryl Lancaster, artist, teacher, hand-weaver, writer, and professional dressmaker/designer with over 50 years experience will be discussing her views and her perspective on hand-woven clothing, recycled experiences and the creative process. Daryl will talk about her adventurous journey over the years with hand-woven clothing showing images and samples of her fabrics and garments
Available through Saturday, Oct 17, 2020
October 14 Weavers Helping Weavers II
Covid 19 Closet Clean-up Collaboration Project - Laurie Steger
The Covid 19 Lockdown has everyone cleaning closets, reaching into their personal weaver’s archives, finding pieces of woven samples or scraps that stir memories of the time it was made. This project represents how we feel about home and security in this pandemic.
PLEASE NOTE: Registration for Spring Workshops will begin on December 1st. Check back then.
Once Upon a Warp - Denise Kovnat
March 10, 2021
This video from the March meeting is available until Sunday, March 14, 2021.
November 11 Weavers Helping Weavers I
Guild Challenge – “Getting Back to Our Roots” - Beth Guertin
In celebration of the guild’s 100th anniversary, the challenge for 2020-2021 is to choose a pattern from the list of resources listed on the website that were popular in the 1920’s when the guild was started and modernize it in a scarf.
Details on the website - Membership tab - click on Guild Programs.
View the video of our April Afternoon Lecture - Handweaving.net: From the Beginning, and Into the Future
Kris Bruland, creator of handweaving.net, discusses the history of the site, major content and feature areas including drafts and digital archive documents. The presentation includes an overview of draft collections, special features such as the common threading search and color editor, some unique and beautiful drafts, future plans, questions and answers, and more!
Available through Sunday, April 18, 2021
Spring 2021 Programs
Due to Covid-19, all Workshops, Meetings, and Afternoon Speakers for the spring 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 by the weekend.
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 only. 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.
To see our 'Tips and Tricks' on using Zoom, click on the 'More About Zoom' button below.