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Welcome to the Skagit Valley Weavers’ Guild


The Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild (SVWG) is an active, friendly, and encouraging group of weavers, spinners, and general fiber enthusiasts of all ages, skill levels, and abilities.  Throughout the year we have field trips, workshops, and programs in addition to our monthly meetings.  We welcome you to join us!

Next meeting is March 2, 2024, at Allen United Methodist Church in Bow WA.  Our Speaker is Karen Selk.  She will be discussing silk, it's creation, characteristics, and uses.

We will be meeting live and on Zoom.  Look at your newsletter or contact webmaster@skagitvalleyweaversguild.org for the Zoom link.





Getting Started with Rigid Heddle Weaving


A mini-workshop

Taught by Susan Torntore

 

Saturday, March 9, 2024,

9:00-5:00 Mount Vernon Senior Center
Learn to use this simple two shaft loom.  It is portable, practical, versatile, and easy to use.  Learn a rigid heddle can be used to create scarves, bags, place mats, table runners, a variety of towels, garment fabric and wall hangings just to name a few.  We will make a wool sampler to learn easy warping methods and several weaving techniques to get you started.  Susan will discuss working with different materials, managing selvages (useful for all weaving) and finishing techniques. 

For more information or to register contact Annette Mentzer or webmaster@skagitvalleyweaversguild.org


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 Skagit Valley Weavers' Guild is a member of the Association of Northwest Weavers' Guilds.