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Don't Forget this SATURDAY is our Annual Spin-In at Laleure Vineyards

Hope you can join us!

To add a different touch to our annual spin-in, since it is on Halloween we will  be having a Costume Contest (this is optional).  Rumor has it that Cindy Kolacz already has her costume ready.  So get your imagination going and get those costumes ready!

The winner will receive 4 ounces of alpaca roving!

 This annual SPIN-IN will be held October 31, 2015 at Laleure Vineyards located at:

17335 Nash Rd, Parkman, OH 44080
(440) 548-5120

Hours:   Noon - 4pm

http://www.laleurevineyards.com

Please bring a dish to share and your portable project and enjoy the day with like-minded knitters, crocheters, spinners, and weavers.  It's a great day of fun and relaxation and making new friends.

Don’t Forget this SATURDAY is our Annual Spin-In at Laleure Vineyards

Hope you can join us!

To add a different touch to our annual spin-in, since it is on Halloween we will  be having a Costume Contest (this is optional).  Rumor has it that Cindy Kolacz already has her costume ready.  So get your imagination going and get those costumes ready!

The winner will receive 4 ounces of alpaca roving!

 This annual SPIN-IN will be held October 31, 2015 at Laleure Vineyards located at:

17335 Nash Rd, Parkman, OH 44080
(440) 548-5120

Hours:   Noon – 4pm

http://www.laleurevineyards.com

Please bring a dish to share and your portable project and enjoy the day with like-minded knitters, crocheters, spinners, and weavers.  It’s a great day of fun and relaxation and making new friends.

Spin-In will be held at Sharon James Cellar in Newbury, Ohio at 6pm.

Join us for a casual gathering. Bring your spinning wheels, knitting, crocheting, needle felting, mini looms or any portable project.  This is a wonderful opportunity to hone your spinning skills-or to learn, if you've been itching to discover the excitement of making your own custom yarns.  Free spindle kits provided!  It's also a relaxing and fun way to introduce a friend into this simple yet satisfying skill. Plus we choose places where you may purchase refreshments!

Starting time is 6PM, but come when you can and leave when you must.

OCTOBER   Future   Spin-Ins

October 29   Sharon James Cellar Newbury Ohio

October 31  Saturday  Annual Spin-In at Laleure Vineyards

Don't Forget this SATURDAY is our Annual Spin-In at Laleure Vineyards

Hope you can join us!

To add a different touch to our annual spin-in, since it is on Halloween we will  be having a Costume Contest (this is optional).  Rumor has it that Cindy Kolacz already has her costume ready.  So get your imagination going and get those costumes ready!

The winner will receive 4 ounces of alpaca roving!

 This annual SPIN-IN will be held October 31, 2015 at Laleure Vineyards located at:

17335 Nash Rd, Parkman, OH 44080
(440) 548-5120

Hours:   Noon - 4pm

http://www.laleurevineyards.com

Please bring a dish to share and your portable project and enjoy the day with like-minded knitters, crocheters, spinners, and weavers.  It's a great day of fun and relaxation and making new friends.

First - a reminder that our OCTOBER meeting will not be this coming Tuesday (10/27), but will be held on Friday, November  6th at 7PM at Lake Metroparks Farmpark .

     Please consider this an invitation to join the Western Reserve Spinners & Weavers as we hear from weaver, teacher, and lecturer Jette Vandermeiden about:

     Damask Goes North: the history of the tablecloth:  Where does the tablecloth come from? Why is it used? Tracing the emergence of the tablecloth through the centuries closely follows the movement of damask from the Middle East up to Scandinavia through Europe. The development of the drawloom and the Jacquard loom in Europe brought enormous cultural and societal changes to professional weavers of the time. Connections between religious and political events and the development of damasks and linens as royal textiles tell an interesting story of the influence of weaving on world events through the ages.

     Jette Vandermeiden is a dynamic speaker, teacher and accomplished drawloom weaver and has given lectures most recently at the 2014 Complex Weavers Seminar.  We are very excited to have her here in Northeastern Ohio.

Second, our NOVEMBER meeting will be held at our usual 4th Tuesday of the month, Tuesday November 24th at 7 PM at Lake Metroparks Farmpark.  Our guest speaker will be WRSW member Uarda Taylor, who will be presenting "Scotland Revisited".  We'll hear about her recent return to that lovely country to learn more about its art and textiles.  We'll also be voting on new members of the leadership team and finalizing our WRSW Jobs and Responsibilities Handbook.