Pictures From Past Years
Holiday Party 2010
Inkle at November's
WESTFIELD WEAVERS GUILD
MINUTES OCTOBER 18, 2010
The meeting was held
at Devorah Wolf's house. It began at 7:40 and ended at 10:00. The following
people were in attendance: Liz,
Karen, Maxine, Lisa,
Ellen, Phyllis, Arleen, Cathy, Judith, Anne, Devorah,and Barbara Rosenblatt,
Arleen's sister visitng from D.C. area.
Anyone who wishes to
participate in this year's challenge may call Isa for directions.
The Holiday Sale is
November 19th and 20th. Please fill out the form for participating
and let Karen know if you are interested by November 1st. Twenty percent of
profits made by Guild members goes to the Guild.
Profits from sales
of the Guild's cards are one hundred percent to the Guild, and Jean will
bring them to the November meeting.
If you have Round
Robbin pieces from the spring project, please bring them to the next
PLEASE pay your dues
if you have not already done so.
Liz brought her
beautiful double weave pieces and was officially accepted as a member.
Show and Tell
Cathy brought her
Round Robbin rep pieces, including a stunning scarf.
Judith is knitting a
Lisa brought the pix
of her cute kids she promised.
Ellen knows of three
looms for sale...tempting. Call her for info.
Maxine and Arleen
gave a workshop on collaborative art books. Everyone made (or is making) a
page which will be put together to create a book.
The fabulous array
of textiles and findings were an inspiration!
The next meeting is
at Karen's house and the program is Inkle
Weaving with Daryl Lancaster.
Our February Meeting was a wonderful presentation by Ms. Thimble, Gail
Gondek. Here are the slides
she used in her presentation. Unfortunately, she showed us so much that wasn't
captured as we were all enthralled by the presentation.
The December meeting was our annual holiday party. No minutes, just good
Show-and-Tell, September 08
Rug Hooking, Who says we don't have fun?
Devorah modeling Karen's hat.
June 2008. Our Guild Challenge inspired many wonderful dolls. (And a book by
February '08 - Doll Making with Faith
December '07 - Our holiday party and ornament exchange.
June '07 - The guild challenge was Artist Trading Cards. The submissions
were very impressive. The winner was Jean, card on bottom right.
Clockwise from upper left: Jan, Cathie, Phyllis, Maxine, Jean, Anne and
April 7th, 2007 - Robin Spady gave a wonderful day of lecture.
TnT - Gadgets and tools.
Fab Four - Four Harness weaves.
Diversified Plain Weave
Deflected Supplementary Weft
on Overshot Threading
Two Sides to Every Cloth - Double Weaves
Stitched Double Cloth
Eight-Shaft Stitched Double Cloth
Double-faced Warp Twill
Four-shaft Double-faced Plain Weave Overshot
Four-shaft Double-faced Mock Twill
Four-shaft Double-faced Weft Twill
February 07 - Clara Manheim Bead's Galore (and felt, and painting and much
January 07 - Isa Vogel models a jacket of her own design.
Recent Pictures of Wendel
A Note from Edna
Hope this reaches you - the last note came back saying address
was no longer working! Toby (isn't he precious?) and Edna summer of
2006. Know I must owe the group some dues - ? Your crew sounds
as tho wonderful work is being done - aside from weaving, you've
been busy. Have a very active Rochester weavers and a teaching
center to keep all working - except me - weave at home.
Wishing you all a very healthy and happy 2007!
Miss Lois - her weaving is everywhere in my home.
Entries for the Guild Challenge.
And the winner is... Anne Travis, tapestry woven amulets.
Baskets we made
Show and tell
Yarn and fabric at Habu
Judith Symonds demonstrated a number of ways to fold paper to make book forms.
Bonnie Berkowitz inspired us with her work.
Some show and tell.
Lisa Shepherd did a terrific survey of African fabric.
Ellen did a wonderful program on Color.
Nina and her latest
Judy's ribbon scarves
Fabric by Lois
A placemat by Guddy
Sparky Bear and friends, just
some of the things Joan does with the wool from her Jacob Sheep. She provided us with a
informative view into the general workings of a sheep farm and Jacob sheep.
Bonnie Inouye and her
Marsha's bracelet and one of the
many scarves she knitted
Jewel and her male/female
Cathie's fabric and twisted beads
Split ply examples:
We seem to be doing a lot of
The group at
From the 03
Cathie's beaded box