Hello Fiber Folk
Might anyone like to follow Elfriede’s lead and send word and /or photos of your weaving life?
We need to keep our spirits up. After this round of dish towels I plan to weave some shopping bags. What is everyone else doing?
Stay well. Elfriede
Thursday, February 20 at 10:00am
Field trip to Lake Farm Park Quilt Show – We will have lunch there in the atrium (reserved for us) with either your brown bag or purchasing lunch from their cafeteria.
Joan sends this.
I thought that this might be of interest to the guild. There is a wonderful small show at Heights Arts (on Lee Rd next to the Cedar Lee theater.
It’s called Point-Line-Pattern-Plane.
The show runs 1/17-3/1.
The curator is Janice Lessman-Moss
Contributors are: Lauire Addis, Lena Brebenel, Si-Yun Chang, Rebecca Cross, Hildur Asgeirsdottir Jonsson, Andrea Myers, Jessica Pinsky, and Katlin Shae.
Ekphrastacy: Artists Talk + Poets Respond will be Thursday, 2/13 at 7 pm at the gallery
The write-up explains this a “an opportunity for visual artists, poets and the community to connect in discussion over the evening’s array of artworks. Hear the artists speak personally about their process and thoughts behind their work.”
Both the exhibit and 2/13 program are free
She says, “the exhibit is small, but terrific. Hope you are able to go see it.”
STUDY GROUP 2019 – 2020
It took very little time for Study Group to find a topic for 2019-2020 to weave and learn when we met at Jessie’s house in May. We enthusiastically decided on “Weave a Pictorial! “ And what a variety of structures or methods we discussed.
Here are some of the ideas for how to weave a pictorial.
Split Shed Biederwand
We offer very few restrictions, just weave something, in your choice of structures that has a picture quality to it. A few years ago, we took a survey of the people who came to our show at the Beachwood Library and the favorite piece was Nancy’s tapestry—a pictorial. So, this exercise may produce some new energy to our shows this year.
Our first Study Group gathering will be at Patty’s house, 10 am, October 3, 2019. Please come prepared to sign up for hosting or presenting for the year. Please check the address on our Guild roster.
Have fun and weave on!
Sturdy antique rug loom looking for a loving home or community historical society setting. This has been in our family for over 75 years.
This loom is very solid, and has all parts. Looks to be circa 1900? Special features include:
Original wire heddles and reed
Solid iron ratchet and pawl for both the warp and cloth beams Counterbalance action with chain support of the shafts
Spring return action on the beater
Sectional warp beam
Large post and beam construction
Floor footprint approx. 4’x6’
The loom just needs some TLC and minor support bracing repair, but it’s all around solid. No bench included, but the current owner has a basket with original rag shuttles to go with the loom.
For pickup only, no shipping available. This loom is located in Madison—Lake County, Ohio.
For inquiries, please contact: Christy email@example.com
Our long time member and weaving friend has passed. Elly Rose died today.
It saddens us that she will no longer be with us for our gatherings and lending her special comraderie.
There are no immediate arrangements. A celebration close to her autumn birthday is being arranged.
Condolences may be sent to:
3570 Glen Allen Drive
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44121
Barb may be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
11:00 Meet at Northeast Yacht Club, 14321 Lakeshore Blvd, Cleveland 44110 (on the deck by the “fishhouse”) Elfreide will put balloons in driveway and make sure the gate is open for us) Bring your brown bag lunch!
12:30 Travel time to Praxis, 15301 Waterloo, Cleveland
01:00 Program by Sandy Shelenberger: Lecture- Creative Life and Demo on dye painting/printing processes.
Hope you can join us.
Salad bar ALERT!
The reminder post neglected to remind everyone that this one is the salad bar version. We meet at Jesse’s at 10 am. Bring toppings and accompaniments for salad. Jess provides the greens.
See you there.