In addition to our routine library hours (open during the April meeting), the library will be open on Wednesday April 5th from 12:30-1:30. The library committee is excited to share new titles including: Tassel Making, The Navajo Weaving Tradition, Tunisia, … Continue reading
Members may browse, borrow, and return materials to the library, located at our meeting place: 7410 S 12th St, Tacoma, WA 98465 (the corner of Jackson and S 12th).
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this meeting will be ZOOM only. No in-person meeting for April. TWG Member Kathy Miner TWG will discuss the delights of weaving on a rigid heddle loom. Join us to learn about the rigid heddle. Though … Continue reading
TWG Member Kathy Miner will lead this workshop, demonstrating how to weave a lovely spa cloth (featuring an easy pick-up technique) on your rigid heddle loom.
Our next Tacoma Weavers Guild Library Day will be Wednesday, May 3rd 10:30-12:30 @ St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 7410 S 12th St, Tacoma, WA 98465. Come see the new titles mentioned at our last zoom meeting. In addition, TWG ANWG booth … Continue reading
Ellen Ramsey is a Seattle artist whose medium is hand-woven tapestry. With more than twenty years of experience, she has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally. She is a juried member of Northwest Designer Craftsmen and Tapestry Artists of … Continue reading
TWG Member Carole Stewart, a long time tapestry artist, will lead this workshop on making your own tapestry loom.
Our new weaving season kicks off on September 8, at 9:30 am at St. Andrews Episcopal church in Tacoma. (The church is right on the corner of S 12 and Jackson street). We'll be renewing friendships, admiring projects completed over … Continue reading
Covid wasn't fun. But its greatest gift is the technology to invite teachers from great distances to join our local meetings. Laura Fry, who lives in northern British Columbia, Canada will be sharing her expertise via zoom at our October … Continue reading
Laura Fry will host two workshops via zoom: Morning Program: Full Spectrum: There are multiple variables in the weaving process. Change one thing and something else will be affected. Learning how all these processes interact with each other – why … Continue reading
This month our program will be a zoom presentation with Catherine Ellis, author of Woven Shibori, by Interweave Press. Woven Shibori is a process of weaving and resist that Catharine Ellis developed in the early 1990’s and has continued to … Continue reading
As is our usual tradition, we will celebrate the holidays together during our December program. You can expect goodies, laughter, and some "oohs and ahhhhs," as we share our gift exchange with one another.