agenda, library

January 13, 2018

With the annual Christmas ‘Dog’ Party, there wasn’t much of a meeting. The main discuss was about our guild library. Members may check out books and videos. The titles may be added to our Ravelry page but with some titles, it is a full cataloging process (just ask any librarian-it is quite a process). Some ideas were to have a monthly time to knit and peruse titles. If you have any ideas, please contact the guild.

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agenda, Spinning

November 4, 2017

The mentoring program has begun. If members need mentoring, there are people available from 9:30-10 to help.

Bozeman Weaver’s Guild is hosting a conference in June 2018. Looks like all kinds of classes. http://www.bozemanweaversguild.org/maws-2018/

Program:

  • Measuring hand spun
    • yarn winders & niddy noddy
    • wraps per inch (wpi)
    • weighing
  • Utilizing Ravelry to find patterns to knit & crochet

Meeting Minutes

Show & Tell

The creativity of members is always amazing and inspiring. The following were brought in to give ideas to members of what to do with their new handspun.

Creations from Arne & Carlos:

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Purchases from Fiber Fusion (Monroe):

Handwoven work:

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agenda, Spinning

10/7 Meeting

It’s always nice to see what people are spinning and their finished projects. After the Chelan County Fair, we added some new members.

Speaking of members, there will be a committee working on contacting people who have been members but we haven’t seen. We will also be setting up a contact list of members that can help with spinning/weaving/etc. issues. If you have a skill that you would love to mentor another member, please make sure to come to our meeting in November to sign up.

October Minutes

agenda, band loom, inkle loom, rigid heddle, warp-faced weave, weft-faced weaves

April 1, 2017 Meeting

There were no April Fool’s jokes with our monthly meeting. We had a great time at the studio. After our business meeting, there was show & tell. It was quite a variety of spinning & weaving. After show & tell, the program began.

Tanya & Debbie continued with their instructional program with weft- & warped-faced weaves on the rigid heddle. We learned about Ghiordes Knots to give that ‘piled’ look on a weave. Then we learned about weaving bands on rigid heddles, inkle looms, and a band loom.

 

April Meeting minutes