Benefits for Members
Join your friends and fellow weavers from Vermont seven
times a year at the Kimball House in Randolph. Share
your work, ideas, projects. A wonderful chance to talk
about the craft we all love and learn some new skills.
The Vermont Weavers Guild maintains a lending library at
Kimball House. Members of the Library Committee have
recently reorganized the collection and updated the library
listing. The guild has compiled a diverse collection of
books and periodicals for weavers of all interests and
The Guild library is for use by paid Guild members only and
is open during Guild meetings and workshops. Members may
check out a limited number of circulating books and
periodicals. The non-circulating collection is for use
inside the library. Borrowed items are to be returned on the
date of the next guild meeting. Overdue fees are charged for
late returns, and lost material must be paid for or replaced.
Members with overdue items may not borrow more items until
the overdues are returned.
Requests for new books are always welcomed, as are donations
of new or used weaving books.
The Vermont Weavers Guild Scholarship Fund assists members
in attending weaving-related educational events that they
might otherwise not be financially able to attend. These
funds are available to members who have been in good
standing for a minimum of one year. Application forms are
available at Guild meetings, or by contacting
Julie George or
Mary Alice Favro.
Please allow at least one month for the committee to process
your application after it is received by them.
Suggestions for fund raising events and donations to the
Scholarship fund are always welcome.
Keep in touch with your fellow guild members, hear about
looms for sale in the area, discuss upcoming workshops and
events! Contact Julie George or
Toby Goldsmith to be added to the list.
Looms are available to rent for workshops or home use.
A newsletter listing all events, workshops, and guild
information is published twice a year.