The Greensboro Fiber Guild is the new name of the Greensboro Weavers’ Guild. We have expanded our focus to include the fiber arts of all kinds, including weaving, of course! Please change your bookmark or favorite for this blog to greensborofiberguild.wordpress.com. We will no longer post our announcements here. Thanks!
Our December meeting will be our holiday party at a member’s home. Please leave a comment if you’re a local fiber artist who would like to be on the email list.
The Guild is taking contributions for Heifer International to purchase a llama. Heifer International donates an animal gift to a family in need with the requirement that any offspring from the animal(s) be passed on to other families in order to build the community. Llamas are raised for their wool.
We will not meet in January.
The February meeting will be back at the Greensboro Center for Cultural Arts on Davie St. on Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. Nancy Freisen will show us how to take a sweater apart to maximize unraveling the yarn to recycle yarn for weaving or knitting other items.
6:30 PM on NOV.17 in ROOM 325 in the Cultural Arts Center….
Bring show and tell of Kool-Aid dyed wools and yarns……Even if you didn’t do the project, it will be fun to see what was created….inspiration!!!!
The Greensboro Weavers’ Guild is now the Greensboro Fiber Guild. Will change the website and notify the mailing list eventually!
Topic of Meeting:
Kool Ade Dyeing
Each member is to bring three packets of Kool-Ade Unsweetened, three sandwich or quart size zip-lock baggies, and small skeins of 100% wool yarn or clean undyed wool fleece.
I suggest that you should bring a little plastic pan or larger plastic grocery bag and a clean-up towel or rags. Plastic gloves might be useful.
Greensboro Fiber Guild!!!!! NOW Meeting on Last WEDNESDAY of MONTH….. in the CVA Party ROOM 325….across from weaving studio. (third floor)
The next meeting of the Greensboro Weavers Guild will be at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010 in room 325 at the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, North Carolina.