Posts made in January, 2013

Stock Show Success!

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in News

Audrey and I want to thank every one who volunteered to demonstrate at the 107th National Western Stock Show this year. I got a lot of really good feedback from many people this year.  It it truly  gratifying that people are still fascinated by what we do as weavers and spinners!  All of you did a wonderful job sharing your craft and representing our Guild. I hope all of you enjoyed it and will be ready for next year.

Special thanks go out to Tanya Swegler for creating a display showing how fibers from a variety of animals spin up into varying textures of yarn!  The display was a valuable addition to our table at the Stock Show!  A big thank-you too goes to Nancy Irlbeck of the CSU Ag program, who donated one of her fleeces for our use at the Stock Show…many young people went home with a tuft from her fleece!

If you have any comments or suggestions please let me know and I will relay them to the powers that be.  Meri Moller


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Plan Ahead for the May Meeting!

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in Programs

Fashion Show Entries Wanted!!!

In May, we will have a member fashion show and this is your chance to show off all the beautiful things you have made.  Prizes awarded so get yours ready!!

Rules:  Something made in the last two years and not in a show before (Show and Tell is okay).

If you’re not able to wear the item we will have a table for display and prizes for those items also.

Fashion Show

Study Group Display

We will have tables for study group displays at the May meeting.  Looking forward to seeing what everyone is doing in their groups. Any questions email Judy Lepthien,

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Celtic Concert Presented by Nadine Sanders

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in News

Celtic Concert Presented by Nadine Sanders

Sunday Feb 17, 2014 at Denver Puppet Theatre, 3156 W 38th Ave, Denver 80211, 7:00 p.m.


Nadine Sanders calls herself the singing weaver for several reasons.  In solo performance The Singing Weaver plays the fiddle, and sings a cappella while costumed in her hand-woven creations. Nadine blends the playing of Celtic fiddle tunes with her clear, sweet voice singing traditional ballads and contemporary folks songs.

Artistic Statement: Music and weaving go hand in hand for me. Even as a small child I made treasures with my hands and sang in public. I strive to use sound, words, rhythm and texture to reach people. The combined arts have a powerful, lasting effect. The rhythm inherently linked to weaving and making music is the touchstone to my creative energy.



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Wooly Workshop at the Colorado History Museum

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in News, Outreach


Wednesday, March 27th, is right in the middle of spring vacation for many of the schools in Denver area.  The Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild has been invited to share our knowledge of wool at a workshop sponsored by the Colorado History Museum. It will be called the “Wooly Workshop”. We are asking for volunteers. There will be two 2 hour workshops; one in the morning and one in the afternoon.  There will be about 28 persons in each class and not all children. Let me know if you are interested in this opportunity, we would like at least 6 volunteers in each class.  Contact Meri Moller if interested 303-367-1102 or

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Skiing with Nadine, Anyone?

Posted by on Jan 24, 2013 in News

Nadine Sanders, presenter of our February program and our instructor for the “Warping on a Shoestring” and “Weaving that Sings” (Theo Moorman) workshops, loves to ski and wonders if someone would take her up to Loveland skiing and return in time for her flight Tues evening on Feb 19th?
Contact Judy Lepthien ( for more info.

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