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.
Shaver-Ramsey Fine Rugs
Don’t miss a special lecture:
IN OUR OWN BACK YARD–WEAVINGS FROM THE RIO GRAND VALLEY AND DESIGN INFLUENCE FROM LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY
A lecture by John Pyson with assistance from CTG member John Taylor.
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February 23 Social time, 6:30, program at 7:00. At the Shaver-Ramsey Gallery, www.shaver-ramsey.com
Shaver-Ramsey Fine Rugs & Décor
2414 E. Third Ave.
Denver, Colorado 80206
Toll Free: 888-411-RUGS (7847)
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-6
Located in Cherry Creek North (corner of 3rd Avenue and Josephine St.)
Also: Our Oriental Rug Sale February 9th through 28th: Benefit from greatly reduced prices on many items from our collection including many of the world’s best hand-woven rugs .Read More
A Call to All Hemp Fiber Artists”!
We have been contacted by the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists (RMSBA) to participate in their upcoming “Cannabis: A Visual Perspective” exhibit. This exhibit is to take place in April of 2017 to showcase works made with cannabis (which in our forum would be hemp fiber). Created works have an opportunity to be offered for sale after the exhibit. Hemp fiber used for making garments and textiles would be a welcome addition to the art images at the exhibit. The RMSBA has reached out to our guild for exhibitors for this upcoming event and we wanted to pass on this opportunity to all members that work with this fiber. Please reach out to our Outreach Coordinator for the contact details for this event at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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).
We’ve started a new page for the 2017 issues. To find last year’s Shuttle Scuttles, go to Newsletters and click on 2016 Shuttle Scuttles, or click here.
Note: Sally Kuhn, our yearbook editor, has prepared a new update to the 2016-17 yearbook. Look for it under the Yearbook link.Read More
SOAR Colorado is a local chapter that supports Armenian weavers/artists who have either mental or physical disabilities. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColoradoSOAR/
Get Your Tickets Now!
Warm Hearts for Warm Hearth
When: Feb. 18, 6-9 p.m.
What: The Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief presents our annual fund-raiser, featuring live classic rock music, a caricature artist, raffle prizes, silent auction, heavy apps, drinks and more. And enjoy art from the Warm Hearth residents.
Where: Posner Center for International Development, 1031 33rd St., DenverRead More
Our second Dye Day of January is coming up in just a few days. It is this Thursday, Jan. 26, 10:00 AM at the Spirit of Hope Church, our regular winter meeting place. Bring a lunch and your samples from the last dye session.
Our dyes will be Weld, Orange Cosmos and Dyer’s Chamomile. These respond to modifiers and we will try the iron and copper again, but at higher concentrations. If you have any of the yarrow samples, bring those along to dip (or redip). Again, smaller samples are good for these modifier experiments but you can certainly dye larger ones.
If you have any questions, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hope to see you Thurs,
We have decided that the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 10 will be our dye days at the church this winter. We are taking turns taking a lead on these days. This means arriving a bit early and setting up and deciding on which colors we will be dyeing. The month of February is covered but we need volunteers for March and April. Let Donna or Annie know if you want to sign up.Read More