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"Show & Share" June 20, 2020 Meeting








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"Show & Share" January 18, 2020 Meeting
Chris

Tawanda

Nancy

Denita

Sue

Carrie

Jane

Jane

Steve

Carla

Phyllis
























2019 GUILD CHALLENGE revealed at the December 14th Holiday Brunch event:

L-R:  Sandi, Carrie, Carla, Phyllis, Wanda, Jane (Sue is not pictured; Carrie is holding her entry)



  


November 16, 2019 "Show & Share":

Jane's sampling before weaving a table runner.
Denita's samples...exploring cotton & wool.
Nancy's find!  Antique industrial bobbins.
Carla's scarf with lots of different textures!
Carla's scarf in "Hounds Tooth" pattern.
Carrie's Table Runner!
        

Phyllis' infinity scarf--bamboo warp & weft.
Phyllis' black alpaca mobius shawl with lurex accents.



September 27 & 28, 2019 "Summer & Winter" workshop with Elaine Bradley.









August 17, 2019 Guild Meeting--Show & Share

Below Left:  Table Runner from 8/8 Eco-Cotton; Right:  Gray & White Cotton Towels
Both by Phyllis
  

Below Left: Woven Sample by Festival Participants; Right: Steve's antique self-tensioning Shuttles
      


June 16, 2018 Guild Meeting -- Show & Share Items

This first picture is Chris Bindrim modeling a poncho he wove from alpaca using a triangle loom.


This next images are of Sandi Suggs' table runner she wove in waffle weave on her rigid heddle loom.



This scarf was woven on a rigid heddle loom by Phyllis Narus using 6/2 bamboo hand dyed by her daughter, Candee, from Knoxville. She wove it using a very small weft in order to showcase the hand dyed warp.


And finally a set of towels woven by Sandi Suggs on her rigid heddle loom using R&M Yarns new 8/4 Eco-cotton in the warp (it is available in 15 colors), and Peaches and Cream cotton in the weft in assorted colors.


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Rug woven from KoolAid-dyed wool
the kids made with squirt guns filled with KoolAid at the
R&M Yarns Fiber Education Festival
May 13, 2017





Chris: warp weights

Marie: huck lace table runner in mercerised cotton (to be wet finished)

Chris: double weave blanket in acrylic knitting yarn

Kim: wrap, bamboo warp and wool/silk weft.
Marie and Chris: felted balls (wet then needle felted) and felted rabbit
Wilma's classwork - using fishing line warp with metallic thread, paper (yearbook), tissue paper
Jane's shawl with supplementary warp and stripe design to complement original warp color
Jane: same warp - two different finish techniques

Phyllis: Arcadian themed hand towels in 8/2 cotton
2016 'Recycled Challenge' clockwise from top left, Chris: pendleton worm rug, Wilma: velvet strip hand bags, Chris: clasped weft, Carla: tapestry with frings, Mary: sock topper rug.

October meeting

Crossville Library exhibit and show and share for September







August 2016 Show and share


Phyllis helping Chris with inlay

Wanda's reverse block twill


Wanda's Huck Lace scarf

Mary's Summer and Winter trial piece



Painted warp example (from the presentation)





May 2016 Meeting

Jane with Fijian mat weaving



Marie's mat and scrubs








Carla's tapestry












 



Kim's future picnic set and scarf.

Marcia's cotton bath towel


Huck sample from Phyllis
Chris with Navajo style rug



















Mary's towels and boundweave towel







February 2016 meeting
Jane's work
Wilma's rug detail





Wilma's rug















 
Mary's work

 
Wanda's final mug rug

 
Marie's towels

 
Terri's sheer shawl


Pam's chrochet rag rug

 
Phyllis's rug/towel examples











January 2016 meeting


Candee's yarn
Wilma's surface design project
 
Mary's cotton towel

Teri's weaving and yarn.

Inserted eye heddles now available from Phyllis
July 2015 at the Crossville Public Library



Kim's scarf and future picnic set

Ann's Handwoven Items
  
Jennifer demonstrating Needle Felting
2014 Fiber Education Festival
Sponsored by
R&M Yarns

Carding Fiber on a Drum Carder
Blending Fibers
rmyarns.com
Marie teaching Rigid Heddle Weaving to Children
  
Children's Center--Weaving on a Cardboard Loom

Becky & her Needle Felted Beauties!

Triangle Loom Weaving
Needle Felted Little People
  
Rigid Heddle Weaving

Each Needle Felted Creation is unique!
Triangle Loom Weaving
      
Chris showing a pouch on a cardboard loom.

Cindy weaving on a Floor Loom
Needle Felting
  
Angie's crochet hooks with hand-made handles.

Protect your Fingers while Needle Felting!
   

Raw Fiber waiting to be carded.

Mary Spinning Wool
  
Steve spinning Alpaca
  
Hand Carding Fiber to be Spun


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March 2014 "Share & Tell"





Ann's Tartan Jacket.
Phyllis' "Random-Striped" Towels



August 21, 2013 meeting--Inkle Loom Weaving

Bill taught class on how to set up and weave on an inkle loom.

Table Model & Floor Model.
Inkle Loom Bag.

"Show & Tell"--Felted Dryer Balls

"Show & Tell"--Rigid Heddle Samples and Scarf with "linked-weft".
"Show & Tell"--woven jacket on floor loom.




Inaugural Meeting--January 2013
Assortment of scarves woven in twill by Bill.

Scarf woven by Jennifer on a rigid heddle loom;
rayon hand-dyed by Candee of R&M Yarns.
Undulating twill baby blanket woven by Bill.

Bill's "snake skin" scarf woven with tencel yarn.
Twisted fringe...just one "finishing technique" taught by Bill
SVH member, Lisa, modeling Bill's scarf!
Twisted Fringe on bottom of banner.