We are a community of fibre enthusiasts drawing
members from the Wellington County area.
We meet twice a month from September to June
on the second and fourth Wednesday evening,
sometimes via Zoom. The first meeting usually
related to weaving and the second to spinning.
In September, December and June we have joint
meetings, usually in person, to say hello, celebrate
the season, and say goodbye.
Several study groups focused on weaving, spinning,
knitting, and dyeing also meet monthly, usually via
We have an extensive library, tools and equipment
available for rent.
The Guild hosts Fall Fibres, an annual show and
sale of the work of its members, the first weekend
of November at the Wellington County Museum and
Yearly membership dues are $80. You are welcome
to come to a meeting or two as a guest. Please let
us know if you plan to attend.
Our in person meetings are held at
Kortright Presbyterian Church
55 Devere Drive, Guelph Ontario N1G 2T3
The plinks related to the February 14th presentation on "The Fabric of Civilization, How Textiles Made the World" By Virginia Postrel are now available in the members section under program notes.
Next Meeting : Wednesday, March 13th
Zoom Opens : 6:45 pm
Patricia Gillies: OHS origin story and the viability of textile arts as business ventures today.
Dianne Kennedy Cruttenden was kind enough to share how she makes her L-shaped shawls. The details for those shawls is available in our Members section under program notes.
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