Following the June, July and August guild meetings (10-noon, first Saturday of each month) we will be having mini demo workshops on inkle weaving. Guild members may attend for free, non-guild members will be charged $10.
June: Warping an Inkle Loom
July: Weaving A Sampler
August: 3 Shed Inkle Weaving
Our next guild meeting is January 6th from 10 am to noon at Marnie Parry’s home. Please call Julie at 850-692-8636 for more information.
The December Guild meeting will be on the 9th at Jane Clendinnings home. Please call Julie at 692-8636 for more information.
Our next guild meeting is on November 4th from 10 to noon at Michelle Morris’s house. Please call Julie for more information. 850-692-8636.
All interested weavers are invited to our next guild meeting on October 7th from 10 am to noon. Please call Julie at 850-692-8636 for more information.
The next guild meeting will be on August 5, from 10-12 at Kathy Scott’s home. Kathy is recently back from a weaving trip to Guatemala (Loom Dancer Odyssey) and we’ll learn more about her amazing experience. Please contact Julie Paterson for more information (692-8636).
The June Guild meeting has been canceled, the next meeting will be in July at Ramona’s house. More information to come.
Our May meeting will be at Michelle Morris’s house. Call Julie at 850-692-8636 for more information.
Our next guild meeting will be Saturday, April 1, at Michelle Belsen’s home from 10 a.m. until Noon. Topic: Mixing warp colors and other neat treats while warping back to front. Please call Julie for more information (850-692-8636)
Our March meeting will be on the 4th at 10am. We are meeting at Millstone Plantation. The address is 6500 Millstone Plantation Road, Tallahassee. Directions: 1) Going north on Thomasville Road are to take the first left after Chili’s. Follow the paved road, then taking the dirt road straight into Millstone Institute when the paved road turns left. 2) Coming south on Thomasville Road, about a mile south of Bradfordville turn right onto Millstone Plantation Road just past Water Oaks Plantation.