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A message from the Guild President

       On the loom at the Jason Collingwood Workshop

Welcome to the Vermont Weavers Guild. We are an educational association that promotes the study and interest in weaving and related fiber arts. Our purpose is to increase technical proficiency and the artistic experience through a variety of educational programs. Each month our morning speaker highlights topics relating to fiber or weaving. In the afternoon folks have the opportunity to take part in a workshop relating to weaving or fiber arts. Each year we have at least one multi-day in-depth workshop available, frequently led by a nationally recognized presenter. Our members include beginning weavers and experienced weavers, some of whom have been at the loom for more than twenty years. You will find a welcoming place to learn new skills and share your experiences. Beginners and experienced weavers are welcome.

This year’s program includes a broad variety of morning speakers and afternoon workshops. You'll find complete information, including the registration form on the 2018-2019 Guild Calendar page.

I am looking forward to a great year with all my fellow weavers.

MaryAnn Bennett
Guild President
September 2018

Welcome Weavers!

The Vermont Weavers Guild is an educational association. Its purpose is to increase technical proficiency and artistic experience by providing a well-rounded educational program, to promote and maintain high standards of weaving, as well as related fiber arts, to share our knowledge and ideas and to bring together hand-weavers.

Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month in September, October, November, February, March, April, and May at the White River Craft Center Kimball House at 50 Randolph Avenue, Randolph VT, 05060

2018-2019 Guild Calendar



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