Holiday Potluck & Gift Exchange: December 1, 2018

Come one, come all to our December Holiday Potluck and Gift Exchange! Join us during our monthly meeting to share holiday goodies, scholarship presentations, holiday show-and-tell, and gift exchange. Bring a place setting and a dish to share.  We expect to have lots of laughter, good food, and sharing as 2018 comes to an end. 

The gift exchange is voluntary. If you want to participate, bring a wrapped gift and the limit is $15. Please label your gift if it is for a specific type of fiber craft, such as weaver, spinner, knitter, etc.  

Belts, Braids, and Ropes! Oh My! November 3, 2018

Chris Switzer is bringing the Andes to Colorado this month with her Belts, Braids, and Ropes from the Andes program. With colorful items plus some in natural shades, Chris will show items she has collected from her travels in Peru, Chile, and Bolivia. Patterns, techniques, functional uses and looms used in the Andes will be discussed.

Following Chris’s program, Jean Scorgie will teach her Colors from Natural Objects workshop in the afternoon from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. This is a holdover from Jean’s October program on the same subject. Click here to register.

This is going to be a packed meeting with awesome presentations from two our most experienced members. See you all there!

Jean Scorgie's in the HOUSE! October 6, 2018

Autumn has descended upon us cold and wet! Despite that, let us celebrate the fun part of autumn…the Colorful change of season. Jean Scorgie will be talking to us about Color in Natural Objects. An object from the natural world displays a range of harmonious colors that enhance each other. Looking beyond the two or three obvious colors in a natural object reveals a world of nuanced colors rich in expression. Learn to see these subtleties by closely matching natural colors to the multitude of colors in embroidery floss. Then explore ways to use these colors in your weaving.

So join us this coming Saturday and help us celebrate the colors of nature.

Jean will conduct her workshop Colors from Natural Objects: Exploring the Possibilities after the November meeting on November 3rd. Click here to register.

First Guild meeting of the year: September 1, 2018

The 2018-2019 guild year has started. Those registered for Sheron Buchele-Rowland's Leaf Essence Eco-Dyeing on Silk have already completed the first part of the workshop. Part 2 will be next weekend after the guild meeting.

Sheron will present her program on natural and eco-dyeing this coming Saturday, September 1, 2018. Hope to see you all there.

Click here to see the great list of programs we have lined up for this year. 

End of the Year Fashion Show & Scholarship Presentations - May 5, 2018

It's our last meeting before summer break.  Members who received a workshop scholarships will share their experiences and tell us all about what they learned.  Presentations will be followed by our annual Member Fashion Show!  So bring your wearable creations and get ready to strut down the catwalk.

It's a potluck too.  Bring something yummy to share!

Up Coming Workshops

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all enjoyed the Spiral Hat Class with Jonathan Berner of MJ Yarns. I absolutely love MJ Yarns and can't wait to see the pictures of the workshop and completed hats at show & tell.

We have four meeting left and two more workshops before we end the 2017-2018 guild year. On February 3rd, our very own Lori Welch will teach us all about her love of creating needle-felted animals. In March, Jennifer Moore will be here for a two & half day workshop on double weave. In April, Lynn Cornelius will teach us Strategies for Weaving a Creative Life. And finally, in May we will have our member fashion show, scholarship presentations, and end of the year potluck.

We still have room in the following workshops so sign up soon! Click here to register for a workshop.

March 3, 4, & 5 - Jennifer Moore Double Rainbow weaving workshop: 6 spots left

April 7 - Lynn Cornelius Strategies for Weaving a Creative Life workshop: 24 spots left