Guild Meetings

 

 

Socks from Show and Tell

 

             Guild Committee 2019

 

Chair                            Barbara Bennett

Secretary                      Roz Todd

Treasurer                     Claire Cryer

Programme Secretary   Clare Hayes (2019)

LIbrary                        

Membership Secretary  Joyce Prothero

Raffle                           Pauline Budge

Refreshments               Jenny Bodenham

Sales                            Norma Chandler Patterson

General members         Emily Hallett

Website                        Sheila Liddle

 

 

 

 

Winners of Hat/Tea Cosy Competition

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Programme  (Provisional)

 

11th Jan 1:30pm  Rachel - Cat and Sparrow

 

8th Feb  11:00am  Workshop with Katie Weston - Hill Top Cloud

Instructions for Workshop

People need to bring along a bobbin of singles. Any thickness they like, any fibre they like, spun with the level of twist they would normally use if the yarn was going to be plyed. If they’re normally a fine spinner, they can get away with slightly less than a bobbin. Ideally around 50m if anyone needs an exact figure. Please make sure your wheel is in good working order, time I spend fixing broken drive bands, tightening screws, or solving issues is not good use of workshop time. From experience of teaching any spinning workshops all over the country you will get more out of the workshop if you have done some spinning recently. If you haven’t touched your wheel for the last month you will spend the first part of the workshop just trying to get back in to the swing of things rather than focusing on new techniques. 

In terms of equipment-

A spinning wheel

At least 3 bobbins, including the one with your homework singles. The other bobbins need to be empty.

A separate lazy kate. Not the one built in to their wheel… if they don’t have one then they need to make one using a shoe box and knitting needles. Something to use to wind off samples, and if you like to label your samples, then you will need to bring your own labels.

 

14th March  11.00pm  AGM  2:00 Talk from Anne Gavelle on heat printing on fabric

 

4th April      Speaker tbc

 

9th May  1:30pm  Members skills day

 

12th June  2.00pm Linda Rowe – printing with natural dyes

 

11th July  tbc

 

8th August - no meeting

 

12th September  11.00  Workshop on making buttons with Liz Tapper

 

10th  October  Guild Open Day and Exhibition  (11:00 – 15:30)

 

14th November  2.00pm (tbc) Needles and Textiles

 

12th December  Christmas Party 

     

 

We meet every 2nd Saturday of the month at:

Bowls Pavilion, long Ashton Commnity Centre

Keedwell Hall

Long Ashton,

Bristol BS41 9DP

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