New Holiday Shopping Guide published

Digital Threads (online Canadian Fibre related Magazine) has published a Canada-wide holiday shopping guide that can be downloaded from their website (after joining their mailing list or taking out a free membership)

These links will remain available on the Fibre Links page on our website.

Special Presentation – Melissa Dunning – Tuesday, November 30, 4 p.m.

Our presenter will be Melissa Dunning – on Acadian Weaving of French Canada and Louisiana.  This program starts at 4:00 pm due to the time zone difference. Check out her blog at

Guild Helpline

Helpline within the Guild – July 2021 ( )
We are initiating a resource helpline. The aim is to help make connections between members easier. The challenge for many of us is what to do or who to talk to when we need help or support, want more information, have a question or problem. The help line provides one place for any member to make an initial contact with a guild member who can assist them.


“Weaving in a Parallel Universe” Workshop with Linda Hartshorn (Jan/Feb 2022)

We will be offering this Zoom workshop by Linda Hartshorn on Jan 29, Feb 5 & 6th 2022.

The workshop runs 2 1/2 days. On the full days lectures are 3 times a day, usually 10 am, 1 pm and 4 pm our time. The 4 pm is a review and sharing of the student’s work. The last day is one lecture at 10 am usually.

Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Cost: Cost for non-Guild members will be $200 (does not include supplies). Currently there are 6 spaces open.

Material List:

Floor or table loom, 8 or more shafts, in good working order. Loom will be pre-warped according to instructions. Two boat shuttles with bobbins, scissors, weft yarn in a variety of colors and weights, tape measure. Pen, pencil and paper for notetaking and drafting exercises. Computer, internet access and Zoom capability.

Those interested in this workshop can fill out the Workshop Registration form and email a pdf me