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In addition to the demonstrations we do for Wool Jamboree, Lake Farmpark has asked our Guild to offer four presentations (two each day) on various fiber arts .  Please let Linda Christopher, email know, ASAP, if you are willing to do a 30-60 minute presentation; this can be solo or with a ‘fiber friend.’
Please bring Ivory bar soap donations for the Wool Jamboree Make 'n Take to the picnic! See you there : July 24 @ 6 pm.
Also Kirtland Library (9267 Chillicothe Rd in Kirtland) display cases are loaded with WRSW items. One display is "Sheep to Shawl" and the other is "Needle Felting". Please go see the display during the month of July and give the show committee your feedback!

We are looking forward to our Fall Weaving workshop with Susan Conover and a focus on fine threads!  As of today, there are just 2 spaces open for this extraordinary workshop!   

The workshop is a great combination of learning about how to work with fine threads, important lessons on drafts, tools, and ergonomics, and finished projects in linen and cotton that are delightful for daily use, or unique and beautiful as heirlooms or special gifts.  At this point we have registrants from all over Northern Ohio.  Don't wish you had attended after the fact - sign up now!  Look for more information on our Fall Weaving Workshop on our Workshops tab at , or contact Nancy Curtiss, 2018 Programs Chair.

Have you felt overwhelmed by your stash? Has clutter stifled your creativity?  This month's program features our own President, JoEllen Salkin, who happens to also be a professional organizer! If you have been wanting to finally get organized, this is the meeting for you.

Mark your calendar for June 26 for our program: SIMPLE Ways to Organize Your Stash with JoEllen Salkin.