Join in to share your skills and meet other members. Bring your spinning, knitting, baskets to work on. Bring your questions – we will all pitch in to help you answer them. This is an informal time to get to
Make two 24 x 36 cotton canvas mats. No painting experience necessary – hand painted – freehand/stamps/stencils. Include preparation, design, finishing and care. 10:00 – 1:00 Sat & Sun Sept 21-22 Cost $105 plus $20 materials To register contact Diana
Reception – July 20 1-3pm Exhibition – July 17-28 Wednesday to Sunday 11:00-5:00 At Coast Collective, 103-318 Wale Road, Colwood More information www.coastcollective.ca/events/reclaimed_reworked_reborn/ This exhibition will showcase the upcycled textile garments of Catherine Mick, who has spent a lifetime experimenting on
Come one, come all! We are having an Exhibition of our members’ work. Check out the interviews with some of our members to learn more about what we do: Art Openings Reviews A wonderful collection of items ready for the
The March program has traditionally been a special lecture named in memory of Ruth Anstey, one of several members, who left money to the guild after her death. This year the guild celebrates its 85 birthday. The program presents the
Saturday February 23, 2019, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Saanich Fairgrounds, 1528 Stellys Cross Road, Saanichton Registration fee – $20 For full information see the SpinIn Activity page.
The Final Schedule of 2 Day Conference Workshops and 2 hour Seminars have been posted under Workshops and Seminars Schedule. Online Registration begins Sunday, January 27th at 9:00am PST. Online forms to submit items for an Exhibit or the Fashion Show at
Let your fingers learn the magic of turning fibre into yarn! Two sessions, 3 hours total. In the first session, we will learn about fibre types and fibre tools, and will learn the basics of turning sheep fleece into yarn.
March 16-18, 2018. Lions Club Salt Spring Island. Taught by Gayle Vallance. The workshop fill familiarize you with the various bast fibres availalbe to spinners today, including spinning methods, dye processes. Workshop cost approx $120.00 plus $25 materials fee. To reserve a place in the workshop, send a $50.00 non-refundable deposit to Mary Paddon, 115 Marina Crescent, V8K2R2.
ANWG’s September newsletter is now posted online at http://northwestweavers.org/member-resources/archive/