Meetings: When and where we meet
We meet at the Kimball House, Randolph, Vermont. See
People are welcome at 9:15 to socialize, check out the
library, have a cup of tea or coffee, before the start of
the meeting at 10:00,
followed by a business meeting from 11:30 to noon, and library access from 12 -1:00 pm.
Food is not available at the meeting location so bring a bag lunch and socialize over the lunch break.
Morning meetings and programs are free of charge to guild
members. Non-members may attend one meeting at no
February 10, 2018
AM: General Show & Tell
March 10, 2018 Susan Rockwell & Panel
AM: Vermont Weavers Guild will host a video and live Q and A with Rebecca Mezoff.
PM: On-line Tapestry Study Group Kick-off - Rebecca Mezoff
April 7, 2018 - Susan Wilson topic TBA
BIO: Susan Wilson received the HGA Certificate of Excellence in Handweaving, Master Level, in
1990, with a specialty in crackle weave. Her book,
Weave Classic Crackle & More was published
in 2011. She has published articles in Weaver's,
Handwoven, Shuttle, Spindle, & Dyepot magazines,
and Complex Weavers Journal, and her crackle sample was featured on the cover of A Weaver's
Book of 8-Shaft Patterns edited by Carol Strickler.
May 12, 2018 Fran Curran Color for the Weaver
Many weavers struggle with how to use color in their weaving. This PowerPoint presentation
attempts to point out the key factors to consider when selecting color for any weaving project.
September 8-9, 2018
AM Jane Woodhouse Roots, Bugs and Berries, In Search of the Perfect Red
If youre a weaver--beginner or pro--the Vermont Weavers
Guild welcomes you. Plan to join us at one of our regular
meetings at the White River Craft Center Kimball House, Randolph, Vermont.
Directions to White River Craft Center Kimball House
From I89 take exit 4 onto Rte 66, head down hill to
Randolph. At the stop sign, keep going straight (south
on Rte 12). Bear left (west) onto Rte 12 (N. Main St.), Go
past Chandler Arts Center. Before the gazebo, bear left onto
South Pleasant Street. Take the next road on the left, which
is Randolph Ave. White River Craft Center Kimball House is at the end of the street,
sitting at the top of the hill. The drive to the right leads
to a parking area. See