Join Us - Become a Member

It is easy to become a member of the Guild.  Our "year" begins on July 1st, but we accept new members at any time.  Member benefits include reduced pricing on our outstanding educational program (please click the Education tab above for workshop availability), participation in the Guild's Annual Sale of exquisite handwoven articles, borrowing from our extensive library of weaving and fiber related books and periodicals, and contact with other weavers in the greater Boston area.  Click on the button below to fill in the membership form and pay the yearly dues of $45.  Questions?  Contact us below.

If you prefer to join us or renew by mail and send us a check, click the button below.

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Members Only Pages

For members only pages, you must be a WGB member.  Please sign in or create a website account.  Look in the upper right corner.  Need help?  Contact us above.

The Weavers' Guild of Boston is a volunteer organization.
Open Positions:
  • Outreach Chair

  • Morning Workshops 2nd Assistant

We Need Volunteers!

Thinking of volunteering but don't know what the various positions entail?  The Nominating Committee has prepared a description of each position.  Click on the button below.

Questions?  Contact Susan Broadmeadow, Nominating Committee Chair.  

The Guild Challenge, Members' Sample Drafts, the Yarn Sales, Outreach and the May fashion Show.  Find necessary forms here.

Download the Yearbook, the current Members list and the last 4 Bulletins


Watch Ruth Buchman, the Ratings Chair, run an informal discussion for people considering the WGB Apprentice Rating. 

Learn more about the Annual Sale and how to participate.

Guild Officers and Committee Chairs, Guild Bylaws, and Meetings Minutes. 

Purchase a Website and Yearbook listing.

View the latest Board Meeting.

Beth Guertin offers help and suggestions for the 2021-23 Story Book Guild Challenge.

Robyn Spady, an accomplished weaver who is well known for her articles, online magazine Heddlecraft, and weaving classes, recently taught a workshop at NEWS (2019) entitled PCW Fiberworks.  She created a 50 page PDF notebook for the workshop and is gifting Weavers' Guild of Boston members with a copy.

Please feel free to thank Robyn for her generosity -