(see also Class Photos and Show and Tell on the menu at right)
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Over several years, a group of Guild members wove a variety of overshot designs. Each member of this group selected a specific overshot design and threaded a loom with enough warp to accommodate all the members in the group. Each person selected a weft color(s) and wove each design with their color selection. They completed this project at the end of 2016 and here are the fruits of their labor! Beautiful!
As to how these pieces will be used, some will make pillows, some coverlets.
Kudos to these talented weavers!
March 2018The Handweavers Guild of Lincoln helped celebrate International Women's Day at Ten Thousand Villages on March 10. Throughout the world, it is common for both women and men to support their families by spinning fiber and weaving thread/yarn into garments.
Rigid Heddle Class 2016
Congratulations to the participants of the first Rigid Heddle class offered by the Handweaver's Guild of Lincoln.
Beautiful scarves made by all!
Homestead Days 2016
Camp Creek Thresher's Show
July 19 and 20, 2014
|Linda at the Dorset loom|
|The new display rack|
|Linda weaving and Catherine spinning|
Inspired by Nature
Fiber Art Show
Westminster Presbyterian Church
More photos of this show can be found on our Facebook page(click on the Facebook logo at right)
Old Cheney Farmers Market 2013
Dyeing Class June 2013 - aren't these colors beautiful? And all made from three dyes: red, yellow, and blue. Thank you Sharon Vandenack!