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Skagit Valley Weavers Guild

Important Notice

Dear fiber lovers and friends

We find ourselves in a new world , one in which being together and meeting in closed environments can be risky and potentially critical for our health.

As much as we treasure our guild meetings and the opportunity to share our friendship and passions, we must make difficult decisions to protect our members and our community.

Until further notice, we will suspend all guild meetings until we are assured that the COVID-19 virus is under control. This means that the auction will occur after we can be safe and well.

Pull out the fiber that you put away until you could give it your undivided attention and....weave, spin, knit, read for pleasure...all the things that wait until we have time.

Now is the time to endure some major changes in our lives. Stay in touch, pray, write a note, and help each other. When healthy friends and neighbors offer to help, let makes us (them) feel useful and connected.

Above all, wash your hands every time you think of it.

We will get through this!

Kathryn Jones (Program chair)

Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild

The Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild (SVWG) is an active, friendly and fun guild with approximately 50 active members. Our group includes all levels of weavers from those just learning to those who have been weaving and teaching for years. We welcome all, including interested non-weavers who might like to learn. We meet the second Monday of the month, September through June, at the Allen Methodist Church in Bow, Washington. There is a short get-together at 6:00pm and our wonderful library is open for members. At 6:30pm the meeting begins. "Show-and-Tell" is always an important part of the evening when we can see, learn and be inspired by each other. This is followed by our monthly program. Our active members are mostly residents of Skagit and Whatcom Counties. SVWG has an extensive library with hundreds of books, manuscripts, magazines, workshop notebooks and DVD's. The library also cares for various looms, spinning wheels and weaving devices that can be borrowed by members. Study groups are formed each year. These have recently included Theo Mormon, lace weaving, rag weaving, a garment study group and krokbragd. We also have a very active spinning group which meets twice a month at members homes; a daytime meeting and an evening meeting. A braiding group, Kumihimo, also meets regularly. Two or three day workshops are also usually presented twice a year. These are varied and are taught by national and international instructors. The workshops are open to all members. The guild owns several looms availabe for use by participants if they don't have their own equipment. Some of the outreach activities our guild is regularly involved with include the Anacortes Arts Festival and the Mount Vernon Highland Games where weaving and spinning are demonstrated and visitors are encouraged to "give it a try". Our members have donated handwoven blankets to Anacortes Early Childhood Outreach "Book and a Blanket" program for newborns at Island Hospital. Some have taught various types of weaving to individuals and groups in homes, schools and senior centers. Our members have also displayed and sold their work in museums, shows and galleries throughout the area. We continually encourage our members to teach us and to teach others the techniques they have learned. The greatest benefit of becoming a part of our guild is the friendship, encouragment and support we give one another.

Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild is affiliated with the Association of Northwest Weavers' Guilds (ANWG)