Be sure to join us October 23-25, 2014 to see the work of our hands and hearts as we follow the thread of the ancient craft of weaving.
The making of cloth is one of humanity's oldest endeavors. In this digital and electronic age, the members of the Seattle Weavers' Guild are keepers of this antiquated technology. While some weavers use computers for design or computer controlled looms, the majority still use the tools that have been used for hundreds if not thousands of years.
The annual sale showcases one-of-a-kind hand-crafted items, including towels, rugs, blankets, tapestries, exquisite jewelry, accessories for pets, children's items, handmade cards, household goods, hats, bags, wall art, jackets, scarves, wraps, sculptural basketry, liturgical weaving, handspun and/or hand-dyed yarns along with weaving and spinning tools. There will also be demonstrations of spinning, weaving and other fiber crafts during the sale.
Proceeds from the sale are used to fund the guild's volunteer outreach program and to bring talented practicing artists to Seattle Weavers' Guild to educate both its members and the public. Parking and entrance to the sale are free.
2014 Annual Show and Sale
Lower Level Blodel Hall
To receive a reminder postcard for the sale, please email your name and address to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SWG members looking for information on how to submit items to the sale, please use the Sale Information page. (Note: Accessing this information requires SWG members to log in.)
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