Missed the Sale?

Posted by on Oct 30, 2017 in News

If you missed the fiber arts sale Oct 26 – 28, you can share in the fun by looking at some photos contributed by Jeanette Carter and Tom Cotter. If anyone else took some photos they’d like to share, please send them to
Click here to see the photo gallery for the 2017 sale.


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Sign Up for Stock Show Shifts On Line!

Posted by on Oct 19, 2017 in News

Our greatest outreach activity is the booth we have at the National Western Stock Show in January. The dates this year are January 6 to 21. Shifts are available each day, 10 am to 1 pm or 1 pm to 4 pm. The booth is located on the third floor of the Expo Building, in the CSU Ag Adventure area. Contact the Outreach Coordinators for more information.
You can sign up for shifts on the on line form here.

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Hiebert Paper Workshop

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in News

Helen Hiebert is offering a paper workshop, 12 Months of Paper.
Date: Saturday, November 4th Time: 10am – 1pm
Location: Highline Crossing Cohousing Community:
1620 W. Canal Ct., Littleton, CO 80120
Cost: $110 includes a copy of the calendar + a custom paper pack

Check out the flyer for more information!

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October Shuttle Scuttle Is a Treat!

Posted by on Oct 14, 2017 in News

Trick? No, a treat for sure!
The October newsletter is ready to read, download, or print.

To find the current Shuttle Scuttle, click here: .

Or click on “Current Issues” in the right side menu.

The current (new for 2017-2018) password is in the email that our president, Annie Coyne, sends out to announce that the newsletter is on line. 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 ( You can also send email to, which goes to Annie.

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Navajo Textile Lecture October 22

Posted by on Oct 14, 2017 in News

Come Celebrate Navajo Textiles and All Our Work!

A number of years ago, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science received an IMLS Conservation grant to re-house the flat textiles in the Anthropology Collection, many of which were Navajo. The call went out for help, and thanks to Peggy Whitehead, many of us in the weaving guilds along the Front Range were able to participant, and see first hand, these incredible textiles. Now, we can see them again, and share our joy with all of you and the rest of the world, because many of the incredible Navajo textiles we worked on have finally been published, and their publication is being celebrated Sunday evening, Oct 22, in the Ricketson Auditorium, at DMNS (see the details below). Hope to see you all there. — Dale Zitek

Navajo Textiles
The Crane Collection at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science

by Laurie D Webster, Lousie I. Stiver, D.Y. Begay, & Lynda Teller Pete, with an introduction by Ann Lane Hedlund
Celebrate the publication of Navajo Textiles, a beautiful new volume highlighting 57 incredible Navajo weavings in the Crane American Indian Collection. Scholars, curators, and Navajo weavers lent their insights into the rich history and artistry of the artifacts, accompanied by beautiful photographs.

Laurie Webster, a preeminent textiles scholar and lead author, will share how this fine collection arrived at the Museum, how the collaboration brought forth new understandings and relationships, and why she describes the weavings as the “best Navajo textile collection you’ve never heard of.”

A selection of textiles will be displayed. A book sale and signing will follow the lecture.

Navajo Weavings

Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Ricketson Auditorium

Sunday, October 22, 2017, 7 p.m.

$8 member, $10 nonmember

Call 303-370-6000 or go to

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Password Change

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in News

The password that allows members to access the password-protected pages on the RMWG web site has been changed for 2017-2018. Our president, Annie Coyne, will be sending out a bulk email to members who have paid their dues for the current year and who checked the box on the membership application that allows us to send you emails. If you don’t receive Annie’s email, and you believe you have paid your dues and checked the box, please contact membership records.

The new password will also be provided in the emails that announce that a new newsletter has been posted on the web site. The October newsletter has not yet been posted, but keep watching! It should be available soon.

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