Here is a list:
8 sk, 100 gm each, 120/2 Natural silk (Treenway)
9 sk, 100 gm each, 60/2 Natural silk (Treenway)
3 sk, 50 gm each, dyed (Dk Green, Magenta, Dk lavendar)
60/2 silk (Treenway)
I also have 5 1/2 sk white silk cord, Size about 16/2 (not marked) and weight is a guess, maybe 1/2 pound. (Purchased in China)
Price is on most of these to total of $375. I am asking $200 for all or make me an offer. Will sell separate if I must.
Call Diane at 253-267-5760, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In February Teresa Sullivan did a presentation on art and her bead work. Some of the items she showed us she is teaching at Shipwreck one of the guilds advertisers. A couple of weeks ago a few of us took her class on making pods. She has good instructions and was very helpful in keeping us on track in learning the techniques of 3 dimensional beading. The variations on increasing and decreasing promises many different looks. June 13th she is teaching the Zig Zag bead which makes an interesting component and could complement braid work. For more information on the class see: http://www.shipwreckbeads.com/catalog/Classes/Beading-Classes//orderBy/sku/itemsPerPage/20/page/1/item/6CS0617-ZZ
Volunteers needed for Thurston County Fair to have fun demonstrating and assisting fair goers in Weaving, Spinning or Felting.
When: Aug 2nd – Aug 6th
Shifts: Morning 10AM-1PM or Afternoon 1PM- 4PM
Volunteers will be given a free entrance ticket for a three hour commitment.
Please let Gail Trotter email@example.com
know which Day and Shift and what you would like to share at the fair.
Volunteers needed for 4×4 at State Fair to have fun demonstrating your fiber arts and crafts
When September 4th
Volunteers will be given a free parking pass and one free ticket to the fair. A bonus for our fun time will be the OWG gets income.
Needed are 4 people each for a 4 hour shift, Morning, Midday or Night . You can work on a fiber project of your choice. Bringing items hang for a display are welcome too.
Please let Gail Trotter know which shift you would like to volunteer for and she will get back to you about exact times.
Please note the following Friday will be the guilds turn at Sheep to Shawl and volunteers will be needed for that too.
When: June 10th 10AM – 4 PM Where: 6028 Butterball LN NE
Come share and learn paper making.
Contact Gail Trotter firstname.lastname@example.org if you will come. She will send out more details on supplies needed.
When: July 15th 9AM – 4 PM Where: 6028 Butterball LN NE
This Full Turn Twining Class will cover starting, the rim and color change on a small Salla Bag designed by Ardith Hamilton. See the results from the 1st class. http://olympiaweaversguild.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/owg-anwg-basket-report.pdf Twining technique http://basketmakers.com/topics/bytechnique/twined/twiningtech.htm can be done with many different fibers and is not limited to typical basket reed.
There will be a minimal cost to cover materials provided, based on number of students. Students will bring additional materials.
Contact Gail Trotter email@example.com if you would like to be on the list for this class. She will send out more details on student cost and supplies needed. Also if you were in the 1st class and wish to finish your bag or share your knowledge you may come too, just let Gail know what you will be working on.
April 21st we celebrate Earth Day and guild members creativity to repurpose items from their household to make materials, tools or for maintenance in their studios or use in art/weaving. It will be a fun time and I look forward to audience participation.
If you have items you repurposed or up-cycled please bring them to show in an Earth Day Trunk Show to wrap up the program.
Weaving the Navajo Way will be presented by Lynda, Teller Pete and Barbara Teller Omelas, two sisters who are 5th generation Navajo weavers from the Newcomb and Two Grey Hills area on the Navajo Nation. For more on these two sisters and their weaving see: http://www.navajorugweavers.com