Jan
28
Thu
Guild rooms open
Jan 28 all-day
Jan
30
Sat
Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Jan 30 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Feb
3
Wed
Feast Day of St. Blaise (patron saint of wool combs)
Feb 3 all-day
M’s and O’s @ Online
Feb 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Liz Calnan will zoom for half an hourthen let students weave for 20 minutes, then they send Lizimages of their work, from which Liz will make PowerPointpresentations for group discussion.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or lizcalnan@hotmail.com

Feb
4
Thu
Guild rooms open
Feb 4 all-day
Feb
6
Sat
Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Feb 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Feb
7
Sun
Braids Group
Feb 7 all-day

Meet at the Burwood RSL from 10am. Please note that to enter the club you need to join Burwood RSL – about $5 per year.

Feb
11
Thu
Guild rooms open
Feb 11 all-day
Feb
13
Sat
Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Feb 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Feb
17
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Feb 17 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Feb
18
Thu
Guild rooms open
Feb 18 all-day
Feb
20
Sat
Weavers Interest Group
Feb 20 all-day

If you would like to share your weaving experiences and learnfrom others, please come along with your lunch and your ‘show and tell’ to join in the discussion on the monthly topic and other weaving activities AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Feb 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Printing on Silk & Wool with Eucalypts
Feb 20 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Tutor: Susan DuykerBe introduced to the nature of eucalypts and generaltechniques for botanical printing. Use eucalypts to printwool jersey (1/2 metre) and silk scarf (43 x 180cm). Thisintroductory class will not involve mordants.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Feb
21
Sun
Spinning Study Group
Feb 21 all-day

Join spinners to explore a technique or topic and share what you have been spinning AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

10am to 3pm (bring your lunch). Cost $5.

Feb
24
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Feb 24 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Feb
25
Thu
Guild rooms open
Feb 25 all-day
Feb
27
Sat
Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Feb 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Mar
3
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 3 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Mar
4
Thu
Guild rooms open
Mar 4 all-day
Mar
6
Sat
Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild Rooms
Mar 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Mar
7
Sun
Braids Group
Mar 7 all-day

Meet at the Burwood RSL from 10am. Please note that to enter the club you need to join Burwood RSL – about $5 per year.

Mar
10
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 10 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Mar
11
Thu
Guild rooms open
Mar 11 all-day
Mar
17
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 17 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Sew Your Weaving Pouch/Bag @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 17 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Tutor: Maria Chiodo
Learn how to sew a basic small pouch or bag that can be used for makeup, a purse, or just a small carry bag. You will learn how to add a zipper and lining. Your bag can also have a wrist strap or even a shoulder strap.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Mar
18
Thu
Guild rooms open
Mar 18 all-day
Mar
20
Sat
Weavers Interest Group
Mar 20 all-day

If you would like to share your weaving experiences and learnfrom others, please come along with your lunch and your ‘show and tell’ to join in the discussion on the monthly topic and other weaving activities AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

Mar
21
Sun
Spinning Study Group
Mar 21 all-day

Join spinners to explore a technique or topic and share what you have been spinning AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

10am to 3pm (bring your lunch). Cost $5.

Beginner Spinning @ Guild rooms
Mar 21 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Learn to spin commercially prepared wool and raw fleece into yarn. In each class, we discuss the spinning wheelparts, mechanics and ‘how, when and why’ to make adjustments for your spinning. Notes are provided and you will have some fun homework each week.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartwright at info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild rooms
Mar 21 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartetight: info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Mar
24
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 24 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Mar
25
Thu
Guild rooms open
Mar 25 all-day
Mar
28
Sun
Beginner Spinning @ Guild rooms
Mar 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Learn to spin commercially prepared wool and raw fleece into yarn. In each class, we discuss the spinning wheelparts, mechanics and ‘how, when and why’ to make adjustments for your spinning. Notes are provided and you will have some fun homework each week.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartwright at info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Mar
31
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Mar 31 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Apr
1
Thu
Guild rooms open
Apr 1 all-day
Apr
4
Sun
Braids Group
Apr 4 all-day

Meet at the Burwood RSL from 10am. Please note that to enter the club you need to join Burwood RSL – about $5 per year.

Apr
7
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Apr 7 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Apr
8
Thu
Guild rooms open
Apr 8 all-day
Apr
11
Sun
Beginner Spinning @ Guild rooms
Apr 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Learn to spin commercially prepared wool and raw fleece into yarn. In each class, we discuss the spinning wheelparts, mechanics and ‘how, when and why’ to make adjustments for your spinning. Notes are provided and you will have some fun homework each week.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartwright at info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild rooms
Apr 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartetight: info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Apr
14
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Apr 14 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Apr
15
Thu
Guild rooms open
Apr 15 all-day
Apr
17
Sat
Weavers Interest Group
Apr 17 all-day

If you would like to share your weaving experiences and learnfrom others, please come along with your lunch and your ‘show and tell’ to join in the discussion on the monthly topic and other weaving activities AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

Natural Dyeing @ 122 Annangrove Rd Annangrove
Apr 17 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Apr
18
Sun
Spinning Study Group
Apr 18 all-day

Join spinners to explore a technique or topic and share what you have been spinning AFTER THE COVID CLOSEDOWN HAS BEEN LIFTED.

10am to 3pm (bring your lunch). Cost $5.

Beginner Spinning @ Guild rooms
Apr 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Learn to spin commercially prepared wool and raw fleece into yarn. In each class, we discuss the spinning wheelparts, mechanics and ‘how, when and why’ to make adjustments for your spinning. Notes are provided and you will have some fun homework each week.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartwright at info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Beyond the Basics Spinning @ Guild rooms
Apr 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Take your spinning and fibre preparation skills to the nextlevel. Learn to spin and stabilise singles yarn and to chainply. Prepare fibre using hand carders, spin long-draw andfinish to create a warm, soft woollen yarn. Create miniskeinsin three shades of grey. Prepare and spin alpacafibre.
Skill Level: Able to spin a balanced 2-ply yarn.

Register: nsweave@spin.net.au or
Wendy Cartetight: info@virginiafarmwoolworks.com.au

Apr
21
Wed
Know Your Sewing Machine @ Epping Creative Centre 26 Stanley Rd Epping
Apr 21 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Learn how to get the best out of your sewing machine
We will also discuss the best seam allowance requiredfor different fabrics eg. handwoven cloth, lining fabrics,leather/trims etc, the different sewing threads and why someare better than others. Bring all your questions fordiscussion. This workshop is perfect preparation for the ‘SewYour Weaving’ classes.

Register: WeTeachMe.com or nsweave@spin.net.au

Apr
22
Thu
Guild rooms open
Apr 22 all-day