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
Rookies Out of Bounds [formerly known as Rookies] is a group of weavers of all levels. Many joined the group as beginner weavers but there are members who are great mentors. We were meeting in individual homes but currently meet the first Wednesday of the month at the church in...Read More
The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Weavers’ Guild is to encourage excellence, to inspire creativity, and to preserve fiber traditions through education.
The Natural Dye Garden Project members celebrate the arrival of 2 picnic tables they purchased and donated to the Denver Botanic Garden Chatfield Farms. They have been selling skeins of naturally dyed yarn. The celebratory cake was yummy!Read More
JOHN MARSHALL at the Denver Art Museum
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Meet John with his Japanese textile collection in the Nancy Lake Benson Thread Studio
Meet John with his Japanese textile collection in the Nancy Lake Benson Thread Studio: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., 1:30-2:30 p.m.
12:00 Lecture – The Discerning Eye: A Collector’s Guide to Japanese Textiles, North Building, Lower Lecture Room
3:00 Informal Lecture: John Marshall Up Close and Personal, North Building, Lower Lecture Room
More Information: John Marshall Event at the DAMRead More
Hey kids! Results from the Denver County Fair — 1st and 2nd place for knitting. Sounds more impressive than it is, as there weren’t very many entrants, but I’ll take it!
P L Franki Franklin
Anyone else?Read More
Last weekend, I was at the Denver County Fair, and I’d LOVE to talk with the person who wove an 80″ x 80″ BLANKET from 400 Weave-it squares…. and seamed them together so well you almost couldn’t tell the blanket was made of many small units. I was utterly gobsmacked by the amount of work and skill involved in that project.
Rhonda K. HagemanRead More
Upcoming Demonstration Opportunity: The Taste of Colorado
The festival dates are Friday, September 2 through Monday, September 5th.
Artisans will be provided with $40.00 in food and beverage tickets and $40.00 cash for each day of demonstration. You can demonstrate any or all days – Friday from 11:30 am to 5:30pm; Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm.; and Monday from 10:30 am to approximately 5:00 p.m.
We can set up our tent in the park anytime on Thursday after 5:00 pm or on Friday morning before 10:00.
The Kid’s trailer will be available for storage.
Sue Clover will be the onsite contact for this event. Please let us know if you can participate by emailing your name and dates/times of shifts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cherie R. Nash, Outreach Coordinator