Study Groups
Next meeting dates:

Bobbin Lace & Tatting - September 28, 2019
Felting - TBD
Garment Group - TBD
Long & Skinny - August 12, 2019
New Weavers - September 14, 2019
Professional Development - TBD
Rigid Heddle  - October 12. 2019
Spinners & Knitters - October 6, 2019
Swedish Weavers - September 6, 2019
Tapestry - September 14, 2019


Go to the  Study Group
pages for more information. 

Upcoming Workshops​​

Franklin Habit -Series of Knitting Techniques
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
August 17 - 19, 2019


Laura Viada -The Beauty & Versatility of Thick–N–Thin
Saturday and Sunday
​November 23-24, 2019:   

Amy Norris - Playing With Blocks 
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
January 25, 26, 27, 2020:   


Upcoming workshops waiting for specific dates: 

Janney Simpson – Connections, Layers, & Pockets!  

Marjie Thompson – 2,3,4 and possible more!  

Sarah Fortin – Shadow Weave in Polychrome!  

Charlene Abrams - Nationally know for her Beading Classes

We are also working on mini workshops to be held in the afternoons of some of our meeting dates. 

Stay tuned for further details and check our webpage often!

August 17

Brentwood Community Center
9:00 Pre-jury for the 2019 Guild Sale (must contact Kay Baranowski a week prior)
​9:30 Coffee and Conversation
10:00 Business meeting, Show & Share, Program/Speaker


​Weavers’ Guild of St. Louis
Presents:
Franklin Habit


Saturday, August 17, 2019
10:00 Am
Brentwood Community Center
2505 S. Brentwood Blvd
Brentwood, MO 63144


Impractical Magic: Oddities and Curiosities of Weldon's Practical Needlework. 

Beginning in the 1880's, and for decades thereafter, the editors of Weldon's Practical Needlework provided an enormous audience of amateur craftswomen with patterns for garments designed to be warm, strong, long-lived and, well, practical. But Weldon's had another side, too. A side that proposed the knitting of covers for tennis balls, of knitting whips for children, and of covering open flames with crinkled tissue paper. In this illustrated talk–not for the faint of heart–we'll take a look at what our great-great-grandmothers got up to after they'd already knit a sufficiency of Socks for Invalids.

Warning: May induce seizures in persons with good taste.

Weavers' Guild of St. Louis

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Saturday, September 14th from 1 - 5 pm

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