Archive for November, 2016

DYE Study Group WISHLIST

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The Dye Study Group could use the following perishable and nonperishable items.  Any donations will be helpful. Please bring your items to the study group meetings or the information meetings posted for February. If you have questions or want to just tell us what you have, contact Pat Merritt at santaritarugs@gmail.com. WISHLIST 1.  A scale with […]

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Fall TMA Holiday Art Sale-HUGE SUCCESS!

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Tucson Museum of Art Holiday Artisan’s Market 2016 A BIG THANK YOU to all who participated in and supported TH&SG in our most recent sales event. The wind and rain held off and the weather was great! The Museum had removed all the old benches in our corner allowing us to expand our Boutique space […]

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THSG-December GENERAL MEETING-STASH SALE & POTLUCK!!

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WOW …. This year has really flown by … faster than a speeding bullet! It’s already time to GATHER YOUR UNWANTED FIBER-RELATED HOARD! The THSG 1st Annual Holiday Stash Sale & Potluck will take place at our meeting Wednesday December 21, 2016. Here is all the information regarding this event: 1. Please bring something yummy for […]

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Robyn Spady-EXTREME WARP MAKEOVER-November 2016

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Workshop Description: The workshop Extreme Warp Makeover was an on-loom workshop that was a combination of weaving and presentation/discussion. During this workshop, we will explored the versatility of a single threading by “making over” the threading you choose from one of the three provided in a multitude of ways by changing the treadling sequences and wefts. […]

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Joan Baxter-TAPESTRY-Fall 2016

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Workshop Description: The class was designed around a specific theme, for example ‘Weaving Water’ or ‘Colour in Landscape’. The exact focus of the class was discussed by participants before the workshop and sent to Joan. In general, covered both design and weaving techniques and accommodated the skill levels and requirements of the group. Joan also provided the Guild […]

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