Our AGM is always lively and interesting, and as usual produced a range of suggestions for the new committee to discuss. Following the formal part of the day, and a social lunch we had a Show & Tell, with an impressive array of articles made my members over the year. Here are some photos: Jane and Bryony have just been … Read More
Our tutor for the May 2019 workshop was Louise Martin, a very skilled and experienced tapestry weaver. She had brought looms ready warped for us to use, and had sent instructions for those who wished to bring their own looms. Louise started us off with basic weaving, then moved on to weaving ridges, adding “worms” and fringes, and working with … Read More
This was a promotional day for the Red Cross, with a lot of very good quality craft stands. Stallholders had been asked to demonstrate their crafts as well, so there was plenty to interest visitors. We had a display of our work and quite a number of Guild members attended to demonstrate spinning and weaving. Serena brought her amazing little … Read More
We will be demonstrating at the Red Cross event at Dingwall Academy on Saturday 30th March, and then at the Forres Theme Day a month later on Sunday 5th May in the afternoon. The Forres Theme Day is an annual event, with vintage cars. pipe band etc, and is usually a good day out, though the weather can be variable!
Welcoming you to our September Open Day – 10am – 4pm Only £5 for members. A gathering for everyone with a fibre interest who loves to spin, weave and/or dye. Bring along your wheel or loom and join in with our social day. Lots of sharing of skills and ideas. Show and Tell from the summer school participants. Bring your … Read More
Susan Brook writes… “The details for the Viking workshops at Inverness Museum are now on the website – https://www.highlifehighland.com/inverness-museum-and-art-gallery/adult-craft-workshops/ There is a Nalbinding workshop on Saturday 5th August which seems to have been missed off the list but if you contact the Museum they will be able to take bookings for it! Your members might also be interested in a … Read More
Martin Conlan writes to invite us to the World Textile Day Scotland, Bridge of Allan, Sat June 17th 2017 Message: Hello, Our latest World Textile Day Scotland will be held in Bridge of Allan, on Sat 17th June. This year’s theme is colour, and we have FREE admission to our exhibition of woven, printed and embroidered textiles from around the … Read More
Hi just a quick update on up and coming events. Isle Martin is a lovely venue if you fancy a boat trip any of the days from the 19th to 21st of May. There is also a call for volunteers now to demonstrate for the Highland Wool Fest in Dingwall Auction Mart on the 27th of May. This was an … Read More
Anne-Marie Foot kindly sent us this poster.
Subject: Fibre Fest Message: Hi, I do not have an email to send out a reminder that the Fibre Fest classes are filling up fast and if you want to book please do so soon. The class which might interest members is the advanced spinning and still has a few spaces but book soon. best wishes, Anne (Coombs) http://www.fibrefest.org.uk/index.asp?pageid=527919 Super … Read More
Francesca Pole21 hours ago HI Everyone, I have just visited the new Muir of Ord Hub. They have a lovely new meeting room and other facilities that may be useful to the HGSWD. Anyway when I was there the gardening group was asking me about plants for dyeing. I was wondering if anyone would chat about dyeing and maybe take … Read More
Busying away with my spinning and weaving I wonder at differences of everyone’s creative processes. One friend said to me today that she and her grand-daughter have been sorting out all her bits and pieces of hand-dyed fleece and ended up with 5 baskets full of the different colour ranges! Goodness, I thought, I’d better get on with some dyeing. … Read More
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