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Well. . . . it's trying to be Spring!

Plan to come out to the Guild meeting on Tuesday. The program will be presented by the Spinning SIG (Special Interest Group) to review what they have been learning.

Where:  Lake Farmpark, 8800 Euclid-Chardon Rd., Kirtland

When: 6:45 for show and tell, followed by meeting/program at 7:00 pm. Come early to chat with fellow members.

Why:  Camaraderie, Motivation, Sharing with like-minded people!


Nancy Curtiss has finalized the workshop for early September. Check out the details for this 2-day workshop, Weaving 4S and 8S Twill Towels with Susan Conover. The flyer is ready for viewing here:

There is a maximum of 15 students, and once this is met, a waiting list will be created. 

Come early (6:00 pm) to socialize. We'll begin with show and tell (6:45pm) to see what everyone has been working on, then the program/meeting  (7:00 pm). We have a full agenda:


  • Annual financial report
  • Audit Report
  • RAAM update
  • Rabbit Run show
  • President's Challenge
  • Get acquainted program (Cheryl & Roberta)

BONUS: Also don't forget that QUILTS 2018 at Lake Farmpark is on display, so take some time to view the beautiful quilts.

(Hostess this month is Cindy)


Getting bigger and better every year, the Great Lakes Fiber Show returns to the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio on Memorial Day Weekend, bringing over 100 of your favorite vendors, great workshops, and a range of free activities for two days of fun —

  • Vendors offering everything from raw fiber to finished items
  • Great tools for spinning, weaving, knitting & more
  • Wool fleece show & sale and skein competition
  • Knitted Garment Competition
  • Workshops with top instructors across fiber-related crafts (pre-paid registration)
  • Free demonstrations and free activities for kids
  • and more!
Admission is free — with plenty of food available on site!
Mark your calendar today!