The Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild sponsors several study groups in which members explore shared interests in fields related to the fiber arts. For more information, click on the link for each one.
Guidelines for Study Groups: This includes rules for forming new study groups as well as rules for existing study groups regarding the usage of various guild resources.
Natural Dye Garden Project (The Natural Dye Garden Study Group has changed its name and is now part of the Natural Dye Garden Project.)
One of the goals of the guild is to pass our knowledge of weaving, spinning, dyeing, and other fiber arts on to others. To facilitate that within the guild we encourage mentoring. In previous years we have paired seekers with mentors, have held mentoring groups and have helped to direct inquirers to places in the community where they can take classes. We have also sometimes had an open mentoring session after each regular guild meeting. The purpose is to encourage individuals by answering questions and pairing them with other guild members who will be able to continue to help. If you are interested as either a mentor or a seeker, send a request to email@example.com.