Harmony Weavers Guild
Founded in 1971, Harmony Weavers Guild welcomes both experienced and novice fiber artists from the Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and surrounding areas. With a focus on weaving, spinning, dyeing and felting, we are a group of creative textile and fiber enthusiasts who get together monthly for inspiration, education and fun.
Members of Harmony Weavers Guild enjoy:
Meetings are held on the second Thursday morning of each month at 9:30 a.m. from September through June. We meet at various locations; please contact the Guild if you would like to attend a particular meeting.
Programs are the major focus of the Guild meetings. They feature guest speakers, slide shows, demonstrations of various fiber-work techniques and field trips. Members often share their recent projects at the meetings. The life of the Guild is enriched by workshops conducted by nationally-known teachers, in-depth study groups formed by members and community outreach education programs. Every two years the Guild showcases its range of creativity in an all-member exhibit.
The Guild newsletter keeps members informed of activities, area shows, lectures and workshops.
Most important is the fellowship of the Guild: stimulation, support and challenge for beginning and experienced fiber artists.
Upcoming programs in 2019 include:
- February 14 — Work day to make items for the MAFA goodie bag
- March 14 — Rosalie Neilson, Rep Weave workshop
- April 11 — Nancy Middlebrook, Program on Double Weave
- May 9 — Jade Papa, Curator, The Textile Design Center, Jefferson University, Fiber Items in the university’s archives
- June 13 — Picnic