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June Meeting

Sally Orgren Presents

 "Colors of the World" by Cross Country Weavers - an exploration of color by swatch exchange. Each swatch is accompanied by the inspiration, a photo from around the world.


Show and Tell


Ellen has been busy


No wonder why. She can weave on all these looms at the same time.

Guild Challenge - Sakiori

The winner was Beryl.





Judith's Chanel Jacket and detail


Tallis woven by Maxine for her grandson


Curtains from Miller Cory House woven by guild members.


Christmas Ornaments


September 2022

Western Sakiori by Amanda Robinette

Sakiori (which simply means ‘rag-weaving’) was a technique practiced by the Japanese peasant class from approximately the mid-18th through the mid-20th centuries. 

Sakiori is relevant to the modern-day world, where textile overproduction creates an abundance of potential materials and reducing waste in the textile stream has taken on a new urgency.  Western Sakiori explores how to implement Sakiori techniques to achieve practical, beautiful results.

Show and Tell

June Brown
Ellen Weisbord

Ellen Weisbord

Beryl Koblin

Donna Ritter

Jean West


Marie Ozman