The 2014-2015 Membership application and renewal form is now available for download on the “Guild Info” tab or from here
An exciting opportunity for anyone interested in natural dying and indigo. Lectures and workshops with Michel Garcia, founder of Couleur Garance and the Botanical Garden of Dye Plants in Lauris, Provence.
“The University of Washington School of Art in Collaboration with the Surface Design Association of Washington State and Earthues Natural Dye Company Seattle, WA are thrilled to present two workshops and an evening lecture with Michel Garcia!”
Members of the Olympia Weavers Guild gave instruction in hand spinning to students at the Tumwater Middle School in preparation for their Homesteader Program at the New Market Pioneer Fair. Volunteer spinning instructors were Lana Schneider, Patti Logan, Nancy Breckenridge, Debra Sporseen, and Wendy Kough.
This gallery contains 49 photos.
For the May program, members brought in fiber articles they picked up in their travels and/or family articles that have traveled through time, including some pieces woven 200 years and five generations ago.
This gallery contains 25 photos.
This month’s creations included pin-woven bags, woven shibori, Japanese basketry, “skrunched” inkle bands, backstrap weaving, handspun skeins,knitted dolls, handwoven chair upholstery, and a crazy quilt made with handwoven pieces. The attendees at the Laura Viada Thick and Thin workshop last … Continue reading
Meet the artists and view the art pieces purchased for the Lacey Senior Center Expansion Project, on
Friday, June 6, 2014
5:00 – 6:00pm
Lacey Senior Center
6757 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey
Call 360.407.3967 for more information
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