February Program – Jennifer Guyor

Jennifer Guyor will present How the West Was Spun for both day and evening meetings.

 

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Updated 01.03.2020

flax and tools
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March Program – Pat Wier Strickler Presentation

Pat, a long time guild member, will present her experiences with growing and processing flax and making linen cloth at the day and evening meetings.

 

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Updated 01.24.2020

Announcements

Fiber Celebration 2020 runs from June 15 through July 12, 2020, at the Carnegie Center for Creativity in Fort Collins. For more information visit  nocoweaversguild.org/fiber-celebration.

Mia Sherman is helping the Broomfield Depot Museum put together a festival and exhibit of arts and crafts traditionally done by women, in honor of 2020 being the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment. Right now we're just collecting ideas, and would like suggestions of arts and crafts beyond commonly known ones like knitting, weaving, and embroidery, but may contact makers later on to discuss demonstrations or simply being included in the exhibit. (Note: We know that men do these things too, but they're still thought of as being “women's work.” :) ) If you have any suggestions for arts and crafts to include, or want to volunteer to participate, please contact Mia at mihrimah@mac.com.

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Updated 01.24.2020

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