Study Groups

Tapestry/Navajo/Backstrap Study Group 

  • Meetings are temporarily suspended due to Covid-19.

Mesa Red Mountain Community College Red Mountain Campus near McKellips and Power Roads is the meeting place for the Tapestry/Navajo Weaving study group. It is in the Palo Verde Building, first classroom #114 on the first Saturday each month, 9am – 12:30pm.  We have plenty of room! Do come and join us. Email Sharie Monsam if you need directions. See our Face Book page: MCC Tapestry and Navajo weaving study group Our Guild also has a Face Book page: Telaraña Weavers and Spinners Guild I hope you are a member of that also.


Coffee cans/lids or plastic containers/lids to put coffee grounds and peelings of vegetables/fruit. The MCC Red Mountain has a newly planted orchard with 9 fruit trees and has started a compost pile. The containers will be sent home with students to collect this material. Give to Sharie.

Boxes or we used to call them flats. When you are in the grocery stores, look down the beverage aisle and see if a soda pop representative is filling product. He/she will be happy to have you take the boxes. We need them for our children’s weaving project at Pueblo Grande Museum in February. Sharie is collecting these and will pre-cut them so they are ready to be warped.

Yarn suitable for Navajo weaving and tools (Forks) to be sent to Tohatchi High School in New Mexico. They have a class in Navajo weaving for interested students. They always need yarn and tools. A one-ply wool yarn like Brown Sheep brand or handspun is what is needed. Give to Sharie to mail.

Weavers Study Group

  • Meetings are temporarily suspended due to Covid-19.

The Weavers Study Group meets on the 3rd Monday of the month in a member’s home or at a community room.  We review books and videos together, share tips and techniques, have a detailed show-and-tell, and collectively offer suggestions when someone is in a quandary.  

Contact Cindy Reynolds if you want more information.