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.
All items in our annual show and sale are handmade by guild members. A big thanks to the Show and Sale committee members for staging and managing the sale, all members who contributed their handiwork, and to the many patrons who made this years show a big success.
Photos by Erica Plotkin, video editing by Larye. Viewable in full-screen High Definition.
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Many thanks to the crew that set up the guild booth in Victoria at ANWG 2017, to Erica, who got these excellent photos before the crowds filled the show, and to those guild members who contributed their work to the … Continue reading →
We received clarification from Canvas Works in Olympia:
“It has been brought to our attention that an announcement was made at today’s guild meeting that Canvas Works was closing. I can assure you that this is not correct as Canvas Works is not closing and will continue business as usual. It would be appreciated if this information could be passed on to your membership. Thank you,
— Nancy Graybeal”
One of our members may have confused the Seattle Weaving Works closing announcement with the long-established downtown yarn shop in Olympia.