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From member Sue Ingrassia:

Come join us for an afternoon of craft demo-ing on Sunday, June 3. Wool Hollow is a small local event held at the Chesterland Historical Foundation at the corner of Mayfield (322) and Caves Road. It is from noon to 4 pm. There will be vendors and a food truck. If you have any fibery things you want to sell, please feel free to bring them. Costume is optional (19th century). Spinning, weaving, felting, quilting, lacing, knitting, crocheting or any other old craft is welcome.

 

-Sue Ingrassia, Trustee, Chesterland Historical Foundation

The program for this month will be presented by the Weaving SIG.  (Co-Facilitators: Tammy Howell and Jean Mackenzie) If you are a new weaver or an experienced weaver, the Weaving SIG has a lot to offer. . . inspiration, education, comradery, and sharing. Join us this month to find out what this SIG has to offer.

Lake Farmpark, 8800 Euclid Chardon Rd., Kirtland  on Tuesday, May 22nd. Come early for social time (6:00-6:45) with show and tell (6:45) and business meeting/program (7:00).

 

Just a reminder to those signed up to demonstrate at Sheep Shearing Weekend – it is this Saturday & Sunday, May 12 & 13 from 9:30 to 4:30. We will be in the Exhibit Hall. Please remember to sign the attendance sheet each day and check off the hours you were demonstrating! Bring your spindles, wheels, small looms – anything you can carry easily and set up for Lake Farmpark visitors to watch as we WRSW guild members work and play with fiber!