In addition to our monthly meetings, we sponsor study groups, workshops, the Blue Ridge Fiber show and offer scholarships to our members for fiber related classes. We publish a monthly newsletter and we promote exhibit opportunities and avenues for community service. We have an extensive library and members have the opportunity to check out books prior to and after meetings. Most importantly, the Guild offers the perfect venue in which to share our successes and make new friends who share an interest in fiber arts.
western north Carolina fiber/handweavers guild, inc.
The Historic Johnson Farm
3346 Haywood Rd.
Hendersonville, NC 28791
Mailing address: Lynda Feldman, Treasurer
208 Woodland Ct,
Black Mountain, NC 28711
|February 11||Winter project||Use up your stash!|
|March 11||Emily Van Eman||Gentle stretches for fiber artists|
|March 25-26||Susan Levielle||Overshot Workshop|
|April 8||Milissa Dewy||18 & 19 Century Fiber Arts Equipment|
|May 13||Tommye Scanlin||Weaving - a dialog|
|June 10||No business mtg||Field trip to Everything Fiber Sale|
|July 8||Vicki Bennett||LC 2016 Fashion Show and more|
|August 12||Sara Beth Black||Rug Hooking|
|September 9||Joyce Carpenter||Fair Isle Knitting and its Fair Friends|
|Nov 10||Joan Berner|
Workshop - sewing with handwovens
|November 11||Joan Berner|
Selecting a pattern that makes you look good
|Nov 11 & 12||Joan Berner||Workshop - Making a muslin pattern that fits and looks great.|
The Western North Carolina Fibers/ Handweavers Guild, Inc. was organized in 1974, and incorporated in 1976. It was founded to promote and encourage participation in and appreciation of fine craftsmanship as related to textile arts. Our current members live in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, and represent a wide range of fiber interests: weaving, spinning, dyeing, felting, crocheting, knitting, rug hooking and basketry, as well as fiber production and animal husbandry.
WNCFHG has lots going on.
We meet from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
on the second Saturday of the month,
February thru November,
at the Historic Johnson Farm in Hendersonville, NC.
Visitors are welcome. 2017 schedule below.