We’re a friendly group of spinners, weavers and dyers – some French, some English, some Dutch, and plenty of other nationalities too. Come along and see us – get in touch via our website if you’re interested!
The objectives of the Wigtownshire Guild are the preservation and improvement of craftsmanship in handweaving, spinning and dyeing for the benefit of the public. To this end, the group aims to encourage excellence of craftsmanship within the Guild; to foster an appreciation of the beauty of texture, colour and design; to provide opportunities for increasing …
The West Surrey Guild was first formed in 1979 with just a few members but membership has increased. We meet monthly at the United Reformed Church in Farnham and also meet 3 or 4 times monthly for spinning and weaving days and a social get together.
Warmley Tower Weavers is a group of textile creatives dedicated to weaving, spinning and dying in the UK city of Bristol. Our members range from complete beginners to skilled artisans, and everyone has a wealth of ideas to share. We have two groups that meet every week on Monday evenings and Wednesday daytimes. We also …
We are a very friendly Guild with lots of talents which we share. Every meeting is a mixture of Spinning, Weaving, drop spindle, knitting, crochet etc.
We aim to promote the ancient crafts of spinning, weaving and dyeing for all in the community. We are a creative group, always willing to try something new or develop old skills. Friendly, interested and interesting, our members include people with all levels of expertise and welcome new members whether expert or novice.
We welcome anyone who is interested in fibre crafts. Whether you are highly skilled or a complete novice you will find like-minded friends to share your interest. Please see our website for smaller groups, tuition etc.
Stafford Knot Spinners is a craft group, meeting monthly at Hyde Lea Village Hall, Stafford since 1986. Our interests are all things yarn related including: spinning, weaving, dyeing, knitting and crochet. We are a diverse group, sharing our skills and interests with a cuppa and biscuit or cake.
Spinning is not as hard as it looks! New members, whether experienced spinners or absolute beginners, are very welcome. We are a very informal and relaxed group. Do come along to a meeting and have a go, we’ll give you a welcoming hand. For beginners,we have a club wheel which can be hired for a …
We are a friendly group meeting in a modern but cosy village hall that has space for all our activities. Visitors are welcome to come along and find out about us. We have a mix of outside speakers, our own skill shares and working sessions.
We aim to develop our members’ skills in the three crafts through the exchange of ideas and knowledge and by sharing practical expertise. This happens at our monthly meetings, at specialist groups, and at other informal meetings held in members’ homes. We invite interesting speakers and workshop leaders, and also have in-house demonstrations and workshops, …
Our small, friendly Guild meets on the third Wednesday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in the summer months, at the Bloomfield Community Centre, Narberth. In winter we meet on the forth Saturday morning from 10 am. We also run workshops, normally on the third Saturday of the month. Do have a look at our programme for …
The purpose of the Oxford Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers is to bring together those interested in textiles and in textile making by providing a forum for meeting others who are interested in the subject and providing opportunities to widen their knowledge and skills as well as offering a chance to exhibit their work …
We are a friendly, welcoming and supportive group of people who enjoy a wide range of crafts.You don’t need to be an expert, or even own a spinning wheel or loom, as members can loan Guild equipment. Try our hashtag #wsdnotts
Supporting those who wish to expand their knowledge of the various aspects of the crafts. A friendly, informal group, who meet at each other homes between Guild meetings.
We are a friendly group that includes weavers, spinners and dyers within our membership. We meet monthly and our programme includes talks, workshops and social events. We are continuing with three Saturday workshop sessions in 2018 and encourage visitors.
The Guild was formed in 1977 by a group interested in weaving, spinning and dyeing, eager to share information and ideas and to promote and encourage these crafts. We’re always happy to find new members, you don’t need to have spun or woven before!
Just come along – visitors always welcome -free for full-time students on production of a valid student card; £7 contribution to the hall hire for other guests. Unless otherwise noted in our programme, meetings start at 1:45 pm (doors open 1pm)
A friendly, social Guild with members interested in all fibre crafts. Visitors very welcome for all or part of the day.
We welcome beginners to all our meetings and try to provide help and guidance whatever your level. See our website for more information about what we do.
We are a group of spinners, weavers and dyers ( with lots of other crafts too); passionate about everything fibre-related. All potential members made welcome. Come along and see what we do, email the secretary if you want any further details.
We hold workshops, usually on alternative meeting days during the year. A wide variety of textile crafts.
We are a very friendly group who enjoy all sorts of crafts connected with spinning, and welcome beginners and offer help to learn the craft.
The Clyde Coast Guild formed in October 2010 to encourage and promote weaving, spinning, dyeing, and other textile related crafts within the local area. Do feel free to come and join us, whether it’s to have a go or to share your knowledge of any of the crafts.
Following the formation of a new committee (28th April 2018) we hope to announce a programme of events in the autumn.
We are a very friendly group of people who enjoy all kinds of crafts from spinning, weaving felting dyeing knitting and crocheting.
The Bradford Guild is an association of ordinary people from all walks of life who want to keep the craft of spinning, weaving and dyeing alive and we encourage others to join us.
We are a friendly group who are keen to welcome new members of all skill levels. Please do get in touch or come along and visit.
We welcome all those who are interested in our crafts and related textiles, whether an absolute beginner or very experienced. Visitors are welcome.
Textile classes in the area includes weaving, dyeing, spinning, felt making, needle felting and button making
As well as our regular monthly meetings, we hold quarterly Saturday Workshops covering Weaving, Dyeing, Felting and other fibre related crafts. These workshops are open to Non-Members.
SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Village Hall, BETWS-YN-RHOS, near ABERGELE, LL22 8AW FOURTH MONDAY OF THE MONTH, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Capel Mynydd Seion, Chapel Street, ABERGELE.AW
Durham Guild was founded in 1979 by five people with an interest in weaving and spinning. Over the years the Guild has evolved and currently maintains a membership of around 40 people with a vast variety of interests and skills. Two of the founder-members still play an active part in the Guild. We offer a …