The following is a list of those companies that chose to advertise in our Yearbook. Please shop at their stores and show them how much we appreciate them:
Alena Spins Yarn
Spinning Wheels and Accessories made in the USA. Spinning Lessons are available. The models are viewable at Jorstad Creek Yarn Co.
Your all things yarn destination in Olympia! Classes, workshops, and support for knitting, crochet, spinning, and weaving.
Fiber arts classes, weaving looms, dyeing, felting, spinning wheels, yarns, books, dye studio, new and pre-loved equipment, fiber arts gallery.
Supporting weavers since 1977. Your partner in weaving: looms, workshops, equipment, and live demonstrations.
Offering unique fibers, yarns, supplies, and classes in weaving, knitting, dyeing, spinning, and special clinics to support all levels. A complete fiber arts studio.
Great service, enormous selection, and quality supplies for weavers worldwide since 1971.
Visit our website to shop all our products, looms, weaving accessories, classes, yarns, knitting patterns, educational toys for children, and more.
New location at the corner of 7th Avenue and Plum Street. A destination for knitters and fiber artists looking for our hand-dyed yarn and fiber.
This local shop to Olympia is focused on Knitting, Crocheting and Felting Supplies along with classes and community knitting. Stop in or shop online.
Basket weaving materials, seat weaving supplies, waxed linen thread, beading supplies and much more.
Jane Stafford Textiles strives to inspire weavers to design and create the best possible cloth they can from beginners wondering where on earth to start, to experienced weavers.
Located in Historic downtown Gig Harbor, Rainy Day Yarns and Mercantile is here to support fiber artists from classes to a great assortment of yarns and so much more.
Tahoma Vista Fiber Mill is a small fiber processing mill in Yelm, Washington. They love to host visitors to the farm and mill. The store has luxury yarns, knitting supplies and gifts and more.
Everything fiber here.
Additional Links of Interest to Members
The Timberland Regional Library, with branches in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, and Pacific Counties, has an extensive collection of fiber arts titles. Browse, search, and reserve on-line for delivery to your local branch library. Electronic versions of some titles are available for loan, downloadable to your e-reader device or computer.
A catalog of titles available in the OWG library, hosted on www.librarything.com.
Weaving Today, an on-line resource from Interweave Press, offers downloadable patterns and information. This link is for a woven bag pattern and e-book instructions. Registration is required for download.
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Vendor Rewards Programs
Use the following links to fiber venders to earn reward points for the Guild. Please use this link instead of going directly to the vendor web site.
Guild members can support their guild just by shopping at the Woolery. Just click on the WGRP logo. This link will take members to the Woolery website. Members just place their order as usual and The Woolery will keep track of how much members of guilds buy and send the guild an annual cash rebate of 5%.