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.
Don’t miss the guild’s fiber arts sale! It’s not too late to bring items for the sale–check in is next Thursday, 11/12, 9:30 to 12:30. Check out the rules here.
If you can’t bring something to sell, come to look at the wonderful creations made by other guild members! There’s bound to be something you need for the holiday gifts, or just to decorate your home with something a friend made. It’s a fiber party!
Don’t miss the beautiful display windows in the Englewood Library! Watch for the demonstrations of weaving, spinning, and more!Read More
The November newsletter is now available.
Click on Newsletter in the right-hand menu, or if you want to get to it more directly, click on Current Issues.
Or just click here: http://www.rmweaversguild.org/2014-2015-Shuttle-Scuttle-Issues.
You may have to enter the current password, which was sent to current members in October, and is sent out with the e-blast email from the president each month when she announces the newsletter.Read More
RMWG President Deborah Crane has sent out the group email announcing the new 2015-2016 password for various pages on this web site including the October Shuttle Scuttle. If you didn’t receive the email, check your spam folder and make sure you sent in your membership form with the box checked to receive the emails.Read More
Plantation Slave Weavers Remember
One of our own guild members, Mary Madison, has written a book titled Plantation Slave Weavers Remember: An Oral History. It was published in September and is available in our guild library and also through Amazon.com. Mary also invites you to peruse her blog plantationslaveweaversremember.wordpress.com
Congratulations Mary!Read More
You won’t want to miss this! Registration for the RMWG spring workshops opens October 1, so it’s time to begin thinking about them now! The spring registration form is available now.
Tina Broderson, Workshop RegistrarRead More