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WEAVE WEFT WARP 12_18 - 1_19 BRUNS INV revised 6_25_18

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Claudia's skeins

Marcia's skeins

Ann's skeins

Beki's skeins

Betz's skeins

Cindy's skeins

Linda's skeins

KarenK skeings

Children's weaving at the Pueblo Grande

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May 8 Meeting

Join us for our summer send-off and potluck. There will also be a silent auction.  Please go through your stash and fiber tools.  Look for things you are no longer using that someone else might appreciate.  Consider donating some quality items.  Remember, all proceeds go towards guild expenses and activities.

Seeds for Autism Spring Sale

May 4, 10am – 3pm, 3420 S 7th St, Phoenix (between Broadway and University) Items made by Seeds students will be available for sale; make-and-take workshops; entertainment; food. https://www.seedsforautism.org/events/2019/5/4/seeds-for-autism-art-jam-2019

The Mourning Project

Mary Veneecke, a fiber artist from Tucson, has launched a community fiber art project and planned exhibition, “The Mourning Project” to emphasize the high rate of infant mortality in the US.  She is looking for volunteers to help crochet/knit/sew/felt 23,000 pairs of baby booties to represent the number of infant mortalities in the US annually.  She plans to collect the booties through Mother’s Day, May 12, and create a traveling art exhibition advocating policy changes to reduce infant mortality.  For more information on how you can participate, go to her link:  http://www.explorefiber.com/open-call-for-submissions-to-the-the-mourning-project/

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  • Join us at the December 2019 Mesa Arts Center Festival

 

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