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Children's weaving at the Pueblo Grande


February 14  Meeting

 Betz and Harold Frederick will talk about some of the fiber arts in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia that they saw during a recent trip. Through pictures, videos and artifacts they will show how silk is turn into yarn, dyed and then woven at the 300-year-old Hoi An Silk Village in Hoian, Vietnam. The Fredericks will share what they learned about how Champa looms are used to produce fabric, three common kinds of weaving in Laos, how strings are used to hold the patterns on the looms, papermade from mulberry bark, Ikat weaving and how the long-necked Karen people, displaced from Myanmar, make money by weaving to support themselves.

Connecting Threads:  Federation Day    February 24

Join us for a wonderful day of sharing, education and fellowship. This year’s Federation Day is jam-packed with classes, vendors, and a delightful luncheon. New this year- we are pleased to offer full and half day classes in a variety of fiber mediums. event brochure.

Telaraña 40th Anniversary

Telaraña Fiber Arts Guild is celebrating its 40th anniversary in April 2018. Committee members Nancy Ryan, Cindy Reynolds and Gina Saettone are soliciting member input for celebration ideas. Do you know current or former Guild members who can provide history? Do you have Guild history you’d like to share?

What ideas do you have? If anyone has old newsletters with Guild history, please pass them along to Karen Zorn for reprint.

Check out our latest newsletter for most up-to-date happenings

  • Visit and like us on Facebook at Telaraña Weavers and Spinners Guild
  • View our recently shared projects at our group Telaraña Fiber Arts Guild on Ravelry.
  • Join us at the December 2018 Mesa Arts Center Festival


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