The Western Reserve Spinners and Weavers Guild is proud to host dynamic instructors in weaving, spinning, and other fiber arts several times throughout the year. Here’s what is coming up. Be sure to check back often to find out about other new programs that have been added. You can sign up to receive updates from us by using the sign-up form to the right.
Saturday, March 25, 2017 – Our own Bobbie Shafer will lead us in learning all about getting started in tapestry. If you were inspired by the Silvia Heyden video or the Helena Hernmarck lecture, now is your chance to participate in a hands-on experience. See attached flyer for information.
October 21-22, 2017 – Jumpstart Vest with Daryl Lancaster. Dust off your sewing machine and jump start your skills. This simple lined vest is custom fit, guaranteed to look great, feel good, and teach you the basics of garment construction. Great for handweavers, felters and surface designers. This vest looks great in all fabrics. Open to all skill levels.
Use your handwoven, felted, or commercial fabric. You will need about 4-1/2 yards for the largest size. Fabric must be measured after washing. A sewing machine in good working order is required (Bring instruction manual). Guidelines for fabric will be provided upon registration. Space is limited.