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Next Guild Meeting: February 8, 2023 on Zoom

The guild has returned to in-person meetings.  We will also continue to broadcast the meeting and afternoon speaker on Zoom.

The Weavers' Guild of Boston meetings run from September through May, with a winter break in December and January.  The guild normally meets the second Wednesday of the month. 

Guests are welcome to attend our meetings, either in-person or by Zoom.  If you wish to attend by Zoom you must register.  If you attend a meeting and listen to one of our speakers, we invite you to join the Guild.

Morning Events, 10am - 12pm

  • Individual and multi-session Morning Workshops

  • Weavers Helping Weavers events



Starting around noon, members may socialize in small groups in-person or by using individual Zoom "rooms".

Short Business Meeting

Officers and chairpersons deliver reports and members hear announcements about weaving related events

Afternoon Speakers

From about 1:00pm to 3:00 pm a guest speaker shares his/her knowledge on some topic in textiles.​

Looking Ahead to the February 2023 Meeting:
Weavers' Guild of Boston Textile Travelogue

Red velvet fabric is being woven on an antique 19th century Jacquard loom at Soierie Saint-Georges in Lyon, France, a silk shop specializing in antique reproduction fabrics for museums and elite estates, as well as haute couture.  This tiny silk workshop is filled with the vintage equipment to create beautiful fabrics from eras gone by.  “I wanted to lie down on the floor with my arms out and get transported back in time.” recalls Laurie Steger. Laurie will share more pictures and talk about this unique silk shop during Textile Travelogue: Members' Experiences on February 8th.

Come to the Meeting and View our Members' Stories
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The Weavers' Guild of Boston occasionally takes photographs at events, meetings, or workshops.  Meetings and Video Workshops are recorded. By attending, you are giving us permission to post images of yourself or your work.  If you wish to restrict our use of such images, please fill in the Opt Out Form.

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