Workshops

Fall Workshop

March 31, 2018 web_weaver 0

Double Rainbow – October 19, 20, 21, 2018. 2 Layers, 4 Shafts, 6 Colors – Endless Possibilities. Now also with 2 blocks on 8 shafts! The ultimate color sampler! You will begin by winding a […]

Fiber Study Group

Fiber Study Group

March 31, 2018 web_weaver 0

  April 11th, Wednesday, 10:00-12:00 Fabric Postcards – Nancy Ofori All CHH Members are welcome. Fabric postcards from fabric scraps are a fun way to share our creativity with others and put our leftover pieces […]

Convergence

Convergence Sheep to Shawl

March 27, 2018 web_weaver 0

  Sheep to Shawl Competition sponsored by Clemes and Clemes, Inc. Is it possible to take fleece straight from a sheep, card it, spin it and weave it into a lovely shawl in four hours? […]

Convergence

Towel Exchange

March 18, 2018 web_weaver 0

  Handwoven Kitchen Towel Exchange sponsored by Yadkin Valley Fiber Room Warp up your loom and weave your way into this age-old tradition of weaving and exchanging kitchen towels with fellow weavers. HGA’s Handwoven Kitchen […]

Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts

Tilly Marchwinski Scholarship

March 18, 2018 web_weaver 0

Tilly Marchwinski 1907-2012 At the recent meeting, Blaine David presented the Tilly Marchwinski Scholarship to Daniel Garver, current textile Artist in Residence at the Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts. Originally from Madison, WI, Daniel Garver […]

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Fiber Study Group

Update on Fiber Study Group

March 13, 2018 web_weaver 0

The Fiber Study will be meeting at the usual time.  10-12 on Wednesday, March 14. 2018 at the Guild House.  All CHH members are welcome to attend. The workshop is cancelled. Come and bring all […]

Events

Save the Date

March 8, 2018 web_weaver 0

September 21 – 23, 2018. Cost: $225.00 for 3 day workshop, approximate $30.00 supply fee for wire. Register: Maximum number of attendees 15. For more information and to reserve your spot for the workshop email […]

Demonstration

Community Craft Day at HCCC

March 5, 2018 web_weaver 0

Kathy spun blue wool. As usual, Blaine and the big tapestry loom were a favorite. Marion wove on two inkle looms, one tiny one on the table and one on the floor. Amy and Theresa […]

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