The next Guild meeting is on Saturday 23 February, 2019 at 2pm. The guest speaker is Glennda MarshLetts. She will be giving us a tour through the main periods of Ancient Egyptian textile history, looking at early weaving techniques as well as Tutenkhamen’s clothing and Graeco-Roman tapestries.
The mini-workshop at 1pm is Spinning Wheel Maintenance with Karen Severn, and Marie Clews. Bring your wheel and have the experts help you revive it.
The guild rooms will be open from 10:30am to buy, borrow, enrol or just socialise. All welcome
Following a very successful Summer School, our Workshop Convenor is having a small holiday.
We have 2 x 2-day workshops with Margaret Coe scheduled for April. A Weaver’s Dozen and Laptops and Looms. Classes are officially full. Contact Andrew McCracken (email@example.com) to get on the waiting list.
Beginning spinning continue throughout the year – contact the guild office.
If you have an interest in a specific course, contact the guild office to let us know what you would like.
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