Colette Smith, Knitter Extraordinaire We are fortunate to live in Colorado. We are even more fortunate to gather as the Rocky Mountain Weavers’ Guild and share our passions for a variety of fiber arts. Some of our members are internationally recognized for their contribution...Read More
The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Weavers’ Guild is to encourage excellence, to inspire creativity, and to preserve fiber traditions through education.
There will be a meeting of those interested in working on the dye garden dedication event after the March guild meeting.
The dedication itself is scheduled for August 22, but a committee is forming now to plan the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more specific information.Read More
We hate to do this, but the board has made the decision to cancel this Saturday’s (February 21,2015) general meeting and Sunday’s (2/22/15) workshop.
We are siding with caution and safety due to the up coming snow storms. It is not so much getting to the meeting as it is going home that concerns us.
The program and workshop to be presented by Sara Rockinger has been rescheduled for May, 2015. The workshop coordinator, Carol Timblin, will be in touch with those registered for the workshop.
Stay warm and safe,
Memorial Service for Stephanie Clasen
A memorial service for Stephanie Clasen will be held this Saturday, February 21st, from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm at the Active Adult Center located at 6363 W. 35th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033.
This is a celebration of life so bring a memory to share with her family and friends.
If you have questions, please email Kathy Ratcliff at email@example.com.
Our formidable newsletter editors have provided the slightly snowy February newsletter for you. Click on Newsletter in the right-hand menu, or Current Issues, to get to it more directly.
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.
The 2015 Intermountain Weavers’ Conference Board invites you to attend our conference for Fiber Artists in Durango, Colorado July 23-26. The theme this year is “Try Something New!” and we have lots of workshops for you to try!
The registration book has the conference schedule, lists of events, descriptions of the workshops offered and information on lodging, etc. You may access it from our web site at http://www.intermountainweavers.org/.
Registration for the conference opens February 1, 2015
You may register online at our website, or download the registration form and mail it to me. If you are a current member, you will need your member number to register for the conference. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have general questions about registration, feel free to contact me by email. Just click here.
I look forward to seeing you in Durango where you can “Try Something New!”
Intermountain Weavers Conference