Newsletter deadline is Thursday, December 1

It’s post-Thanksgiving and the leftovers may be gone. So this feast’s aftermath may give you some time to think about CWGs newlsletter.

It’s time to gather some thoughts and reveries for your weaving friends. Please jot down your ideas, thoughts and announcements for the guild.

Please send your news, events, programs, weaving travelogs, photos, reveries, and all manner of materials for the guild’s winter newsletter.  News and announcements from other guilds and fiber organizations are also welcome.

Submit them via newsletter@cuyahogaweaversguild.com.

 

And a shameless plug comes : As a reminder to continue preparing your works for this winter’s show season. January 5 is the day to present your items for the second show of the 2016-2017 season.

 

Request for a weaving instructor and an opportunity to show/sell your work

This request arrived from Carol Adams.

For a weaving instructor:

“I’m looking for a weaving instructor for The Peninsula Art Academy. If you could announce it. The person I have right now who wants lessons wants them on Saturdays, but as you go along you can schedule them how you want. Please give out my email”

CarolAdams@en.com and phone 330-657-2681.

 

For items for a holiday show and sale:

“I’m also looking for items for our holiday show/sale at the same email and phone.”

 

November meeting is Thursday, November 17

Join us for the November meeting.

Thursday, November 17th

11:30 am lunch

12:00 noon business meeting

12:30 pm program at

Judson Park near the Howson Gallery

Find Judson Park at

1801 Chestnut Hills Dr

The program is:

Dorset Buttons with Tracy Jackson

We will surround ourselves with our work on display as we have our meeting at Judson Park! Tracy Jackson will be in to teach us with a 2 hour class on Dorset buttons.

 

 

Praxis is having a First Annual Holiday Benefit on December 3

screen-shot-2016-11-01-at-8-55-12-pmMembers of CWG might enjoy this event. Our guild supports Praxis with our scholarship program.

CWG show opening and reception is Friday, October 28

Come and join in the fun. The Judson Park show opens on Friday, October 28 at 4:30 to 6:00 pm.

Music by Don Disantis and refreshments accompany the show in The Howson Gallery there.

Find Judson Park at

1801 Chestnut Hills Drive

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44106

216 791 2885

The show dates are October 28 through January 1, 2017

RSVP for Helena Hernmarck preview.

Helena Hernmarck lecture is November 2, 2106 at 7:00 pm.

A preview session is offered at 6:00 pm. Please rsvp. See below.

Hello guild members!


If you are coming to view Helena’s tapestry at 6:00 prior to her 7:00 lecture,  please send me an email so I can get a head count.  The museum wants to know about how many to expect.
Thanks for your help.  My email is rshafer@oh.rr.com.

Bobbie

October meeting is Thursday, October 20

Join us for the October meeting. Thursday, October 20th

11:30 am lunch

12:30 pm program at

Warrensville Heights Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library, 4415 Northfield Road, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

“Show and tell and price to sell.”

Members of the show committee will be in charge of the day. Bring in your finished pieces for the Judson show. The committee will be there to check in your submission and help with anyone who wants help pricing and naming your work. We also plan to replay the Laura Frey video for those who weren’t efficient enough to see it the first time, or loved it enough to want to see it again.


 

Ohio Fair Trade Expo

The  link below will take you to information about the upcoming Ohio Fair Trade Expo that is being held at JCU on October 1, 2016.  Marcos Bautista will be there showing and selling his works.

Ohio Fair Trade Expo at JCU on October 1

The first meeting is Thursday, September 22

Join us for the first meeting of the weaving year.

September 22th 11:30 am lunch/

12:30 pm program at Church of the Savior

2537 Lee Road, Clewveland Heights, Ohio 44118

Laura Frey video “The Efficient Weaver”

Let’s start the year off right and learn from Laura. As a production weaver, she has learned that efficiency saves time and lessens body abuse.

This 90 minute video is packed with helpful information that can help you weave happier, longer.

Textile and Fiber Sale

Final week — Textile and Fiber Sale. Excellent values!
Years of travel and purchasing fabrics in villages around the world resulted in a fascinating textile collection and full closets which need to be cleared.  I have hundreds of textiles suitable for mounting, sewing, creating, quilts, and enjoyment.  Also handmade dolls from Bhutan, Tibet, Laos, Guatemala and a few other countries.
 
Textiles from Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Burma, 
Tibet, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan
Peru, Guatemala
 
Felting supplies (including merino wool at $1 an ounce) and feltable fabrics
Silk cocoon strippings in various natural colors, throwsters waste, cocoon rods, and silk noils
 
Many different weights of chiffon in wonderful colors which were purchased when we lived in England from the Indian shops.  They are fantastic on art quilts and collages; plus they nuno felt so easily.  There are easily 100 different shades available. 
Wednesday, September 21, 10:00-5:00
11550 Colchester Drive, 44023 Chagrin Falls/Auburn Twp/Burton (varies by GPS)
OR call/contact for a time to visit  440 543-8138/cell 440 478-4051; dunlevey@windstream.net