The Dances with Wool Study Group is one of our featured study groups for fall. Dances with Wool is a free hand spinning study group that focuses on hand spinning, skills using common or exotic fiber, handling and processing fiber in unique ways including carding, making rolags,...Read More
The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Weavers’ Guild is to encourage excellence, to inspire creativity, and to preserve fiber traditions through education.
Heart of Colorado FiberArts Guild Fashion Show, Boutique and Brunch
Wednesday October 18, 2017, 11 AM-2PM
Guest Artist – Sue Keyes: Re-Imagined Fashion
Link to Web Page: http://www.heartofcoloradofiberartsguild.org/guild-events.html
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Textiles West is hosting a program to be given by Judi Arndt on May 13 at the Cottonwood Center.
Link for more information: Textiles West Journey to India Talk May 13
Textiles West, 427 E Colorado Ave, Studio 235, Colorado Springs, CO
Textile Journey to India with Judi Arndt
Our Lecture Series continues Saturday, May 13th with the marvelous Judi Arndt. Experience the excitement of the textiles of South and Central India. Immerse yourself in the colors and textures of beautifully handcrafted saris, scarves, bags, pillows, and baskets from Varanasi, Lucknow, BangaRead More
The April Shuttle Scuttle is on line. For those of you who noticed that there was a problem with the individual membership form in the earlier version of the newsletter–it has now been corrected. The forms in the newsletter are now the ones to use, or you can use the ones on the web page.
Please remember to thank our new newsletter editor, Lisa Chumley, for producing the April newsletter. Robin Wilton, Nicki Scheurwater, and Tina Broderson are still involved in various newsletter production functions.
To find the April Shuttle Scuttle, click here: http://www.rmweaversguild.org/2017 Shuttle Scuttle Issues.
Or click on “Current Issues” in the right side menu.
Our president, Mary Ullmer, sends out the new password for the current year with her email announcing the newsletters. You will have to enter it to get to any of the password-protected pages, including the newsletter and yearbook pages. If you have mislaid her email (look in your spam folder!) or you have trouble opening a password-protected page, please let me know (email@example.com).Read More
Here is more information about the Tewa Tea that we are featuring at the luncheon on May 20. Sales of cloth benefit the Dhaka Weavers of Nepal.Read More