State Fair: thanks, lost & found, 2015 schedule …

Forwarded from Barbara Bitetto:


Someone left a black sweater and a green shawl at the Fair in the back room of the demo area (see picture).  I will take them to the Administration building Lost and Found at the Fair for pick up.
Thanks for all the guilds that demonstrated.  You always attracted a crowd.  I have attached a tentative schedule for 2015.  Please  send me a reply if the dates look good for your guild by the end of October to confirm your spot.  There are additional groups interested in demonstrating next year.  The fair dates are Sept. 11 to Sept. 27.  The final weekend of the fair is the same as Oregon Flock and Fiber.  Let me know if you have a new contact person for your guild.  I do have the change for Arachne Guild.
The Sheep to Shawl entries will be upstairs in Home Arts for pick up for Seattle Weavers Guild, Tacoma Weavers Guild and Olympia Weavers Guild on Tuesday and Wednesday.
This week I will request payment for your participation.  Checks should be out by mid October.  Contact me if you haven’t received your check by the end of October.



September 11-27, 2015

Tentative Schedule

Confirm Dates with Barbara Bitetto,



10:00 – 2:00

2:00 – 6:00

6:00 – 10:00

Fri, 09/11

Puyallup Knitting Guild

Beyond the Basic Basketry

Sat. 09/12

NW Regional Spinners

Sun. 09/13

Moonspinners Sheep to Shawl

Mon 09/14

Wa He Lut School

Polymer Guild

Tue. 09/15

Olympia Weavers Guild Sheep to Shawl

Wed. 09/16

Tacoma Weavers Guild Sheep to Shawl

Thurs. 09/17

Arachne Weavers Guild Sheep to Shawl

Fri, 09/18


Sat. 09/19

Seattle Weavers Guild Sheep to Shawl

Sun. 09/20

Lacemakers of Puget Sound

Mon. 9/21

Sheep to Shawl Judging 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Home Arts South Stage. All are invited

Mon. 09/21


Tue. 09/22

Tacoma Weavers Guild

Beyond the Basic Basket

Wed. 09/23

Tacoma Fibercrafters

Thurs 09/24

Mt. Rainier Spinners

Fri. 09/25


Sat. 09/26

Ewesful Spinners

Sun. 09/27


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New weaver and amateur loom mechanic. 50-year career in information technology, now self-employed and semi-retired: specialize in Unix systems administration, web site development, and bioinformatics applications programming. Other interests include bicycle touring, aircraft construction, and quilting. Married to weaver/spinner/quilter/cyclist Judy.