How We Spent Our Summer

Welcome back to a new year at CHH. It is hard to believe that we are heading for fall again. We missed seeing everyone over our guild break, and we are curious—what did you do with yourselves?

Did you go to the biennial Contemporary Handweavers of Texas conference in Ft Worth?

Were you incredibly productive in your studio?

Did you travel to far flung places to see craftsmen in action? Or even not so far?

Did you drool over the crafts at the recent 2019 International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe?

We have a varied membership full of interesting and productive people. Let’s see what you’ve been up to:

If you went to CHT in Ft Worth, bring your stories and samples from your classes and workshops. Bring your entries in the Members’ Exhibit and Fashion Show—several were award-winning.

Bring what you have done these past few months on your own, at home, studio or maker spaces.

Bring your tales, your stories, your samples, your textile purchases and let’s celebrate a summer full of craft.

Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 10:00 am
Social hour from 9 – 10
Guild House, 2327 Commerce, #106, Houston, TX 77002

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  1. Shared two basket weaving classes with kids from the Dripping Springs Library. Pleased to hear one student had harvested and woven a yucca basket over a week long camp.

  2. Sadly, I had a hip replacement (quick recovery!) and my Crohn’s disease has gotten worse (not so good). But I’ve managed to get some shawls done. I’m hoping to finish those and get some kitchen towels on the loom!

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