Upcoming Workshops​​

​​​​​​John Mularkey - Tablet Weaving
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
September 22-24, 2018
(Workshop is full. There is a waiting list)

Beth Smith - Spinning 
Saturday and Sunday
December 1 - 2, 2018

Dawn Edwards - Felting - Resist & Texture
Saturday and Sunday
April 6 - 7, 2019

Franklin Habbit -Series of Knitting Techniques
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
August 16 - 18, 2019

(registration information coming soon)

Weavers' Guild of St. Louis

Guild Sale 

October 19 and 20, 2018

Some Items from our 2017 Sale 

2019 Guild Challenge "Fibonacci"

Most of us know the basics of the Fibonacci series (0,1,1,2,3,5,8 etc) and may have used it in designing stripes but where else in nature do we find the sequence and what are the design implications and uses?, Nationally known weaver and author of The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave, Jennifer Moore’s presentation will give us many new ideas to sharpen our design skills using the Fibonacci sequence.  This will be applicable for all fiber enthusiasts from knitters, crocheters, felters, weavers, jewelry makers, and even basket weavers. 

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Weavers' Guild of St Louis

Study Groups

Next meeting dates:

Bobbin Lace & Tatting - June 23
Felting - TBD
Garment Group - July 20, 2018
Long & Skinny - July 9, 2018
New Weavers - TBD
Professional Development - TBD
Rigid Heddle  - TBD
Spinners & Knitters - August 20, 2018
Swedish Weavers - September 7, 2018
Tapestry - September 8, 2018

Go to the  Study Group
pages for more information. 


Saturday August 18, 2018
9:00  Pre-Jury
9:30 - coffee and conversation
10:00 - noon 
Brentwood Community Center

Three Minutes of Fame
Each member is (strongly) encourage to share items, or fiber stories with the group. We start the program year off with the opportunity to find out what our talented members have been up to over summer hiatus. Expect to see beautiful items created while hiding in the A/C during the heat, or see wonderful fiber souvenirs from travels far and wide. Expect updates on the Guild's Sale in October.

The program committee is working on the fall programs. Some of the ideas being considered are felting, Charity Sharity, quilting, flax to linen, basketry, and a museum visit. The committee will confirm these programs before listing programs in the newest version of our yearbook and before posting to our website The yearbook will be finalized over the summer.