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From member Lisa Davis:

I have a favor to ask.  I have been wanting to read Weaving as an Art Form by Theo Moorman.  The guild’s copy has apparently gone missing.  I checked in CleveNet, and The Cleveland Public Library had one copy so I placed a hold, but after waiting about a month, I received an email, that theirs has gone missing as well.  Could you put out a general call to the guild to see if anyone has the missing book, or if anyone who has their own copy would be willing to loan me theirs.
 
Thanks!
 
And, if you have WRSW's copy, please return it to Cindy, our Librarian.
 

Spring - Our May Dye Workshop with Carol Soderlund is full!  One participant needed to step down, but her space was quickly picked up by one of the members on the wait list.

Fall - Our September Weaving workshop continues to fill up.  As of today we have 9 of 15 spaces filled.  If you're a weaver who has toyed with the idea of weaving fabric for lightweight jackets, blouses, or shawls and scarves, it's important to know how to work with finer threads.  This workshop will equip and empower you to be able to do just that.  Not only can you learn how to keep these threads under control, but by the end of the workshop you'll be well on your way to having some lovely twill towels for yourself!  Priority registration for WRSW members continues through Saturday, March 31.  On April 1 we'll be opening up registration to non-guild members.  I have heard that this workshop has already been posted in another local guild's newsletter, so we're sure to fill up fast.  For more information, please go to the Workshops tab.

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!