Join us in Milwaukee!

We are hosting a reception in the Jazz Gallery at the Riverwest Artists Association on Friday August 5 from 6 – 8 pm. View Complexity 2016, enjoy refreshments, and chat with weavers – we would love to meet you.

The gallery is at 926 E Center Street, Milwaukee, WI. Public transportation is available, as is a taxi or Uber. If you are attending HGA’s Convergence, Bus #14 departs from the Convention Center (400 West Wisconsin Avenue) and you can take it to the stop at Humboldt & Center; there is a two-minute walk from the bus stop to Jazz Gallery.

Hope to see you there!

MAFA 2017: A Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

A Kaleidoscope of Possibilities”

July 20 to 23, 2017

Millersville University, Millersville, Pa.

Providing inspiration and educational experiences to fiber enthusiasts at all levels of expertise, the MidAtlantic Fiber Association’s (MAFA) 2017 conference features in-depth workshops and a full complement of activities including a fashion show, sample exchange, open studio evening and vendor hall–and more! More information at mafafiber.org and follow MAFA on Facebook, Ravelry, or Twitter.

Fiber Celebration 2015

Fiber Celebration 2015

Call for Entries:  Northern Colorado Weavers Guild invites fiber artists to participate in its 41st annual juried exhibit to be held May 1 – June 6, 2015 at the Tointon Gallery in Greeley, CO. Pieces representing fiber media of all types are welcome, Susan Wilson is the juror and the CW Award will be given.  Submission deadline is March 1, 2015.  For more information and a prospectus, contact Peg MacMorris,  FC2015 Chair (peg.macmorris@gmail.com).

January 17, 2015 — Bhakti Ziek in San Francisco

Bhakti Ziek will do a two-part event for CW in the San Francisco area on Saturday, January 17, 2015. In the morning she will give a slide lecture on her work, that has ranged from backstrap weaving to digital jacquard, and a demonstration of the way she works an image from Photoshop to the TC1, a hand jacquard loom. In the afternoon, Ziek will walk everyone through this process, using simple satin or twill structures. After going through the process with her, it will be easy to follow the directions in the book she co-authored with Alice Schlein (The Woven Pixel: Designing for Jacquard and Dobby Looms Using Photoshop®) that is available as a free download on www.handweaving.net. Sign up for the morning or full day. Those of you coming for the full day should have a computer with Photoshop or Photoshop Elements on it. If you want to work in pairs, one person can take notes as the other prepares the image. Bring a power strip or extension cord too.

For more information or to sign up contact pennyjanepeters@gmail.com