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Next Events

The Guild now has a Zoom licence, so we are setting up some meetings via Zoom, as we can’t meet in person at the moment. The link for each meeting will be included in the monthly newsletter. Click on the links below for more information about each session.

Take care everyone. Try to regard the enforced isolation as an opportunity for lots of spinning, weaving and dyeing. We will look forward to seeing the results!

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Our membership year runs from 1st October to 30th September, those joining after 1st July will be covered up to the 30th September of the following year.

Annual subscription is currently £20. You can pay by BACS, cheque or PayPal (click the button below for Paypal), but please also fill in and send the Membership Form, (available as Word orpdf),as your application is not complete without it. You will also need to look at our Data Protection Policy Privacy Statement and you may wish to read our constitution.

Member’s Projects

Our Lockdown Challenges

So far we have challenged ourselves to produce items on the themes of:
Sea and Shore
Colours of Highland
Art Yarn – inspired by works of art

Follow the links to see photos of what we’ve done

Can we help?

If you have any queries about weaving, spinning or dyeing, one of our members may be able to help, so please contact us and someone will get back to you.

For Sale

Featured Report

Britspin 2020
Our team came 5th in this series of spinning challenges. Some members will be taking part in the Tour de Fleece, a similar event which parallels the Tour de France cycle race

“Friends enjoying a spinning session.”
Whilst these informal get-togethers aren’t organised by the Guild, many do meet up for a spinning day and we can put you in touch with people in your area. See the events page for information on local spinning groups.