At each meeting we have “show and tell” where members share items that they completed during the month. If you are planning to bring something to share, please complete “Show and Tell Form” so that we may keep a record of our creations!
Telaraña Programs 2017-2018
September 13: Welcome back! Guild members will report on classes and workshop attended during the summer.
October 11: ASU English professor Maureen Goggin will present “Women Stitching Behind Bars: Creating a Voice Through Textile”
November 8: Rosalie Neilson presents a slide lecture “Kumihimo: From Defense to Decoration” tracing historical development of Japanese braided cords from Samurai era to current fashion.
December 13: Holiday pot luck and slide show of tapestry exhibit in which Winnie participated in August/September.
January 10: Park ranger from Tonto National Monument will give a presentation about pre-historic textiles found at the site.
February 14: TBA
March 14: Mini-sessions
April 11: Telaraña birthday celebration
May 9: Silent auction and pot luck