Monday, June 23, 2014

Portable loom weavers and spinners will be meeting at the Hen House in Charlottle, this Saturday, 6/28, 10-?

Sunday, May 11, 2014

NEXT MEETING
May 13th
Mingle 6:30 ~ Meeting 7:00
St Matthews Church ~ 2418 Aurelius, Holt, Mi
Election for Board positions and raise in membership dues.
Show n tell & more.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Next Meeting April 8th, Mingle 6:30 ~ Meeting 7:00
St Matthews Church ~ 2418 Aurelius, Holt, Mi  ~
Louise Giddings ~ Woven Shibbori was inspired by Japanese Shibori, developed by Catherine Ellis and others to produce complicated patterns during the dyeing process of their handwoven cloth. Woven Shibori can be done on 4 or more shaft looms, by beginning to advanced weavers. Louise will explain and demonstrate the basic techniques, sharing samples and projects she’s done over the years.

Friday, February 28, 2014

Next meeting is Tuesday March 11th at 7pm
What If...?

Friday, January 31, 2014



March 22nd ~ Annual Garage Sale ~ Greater Lansing Weavers Guild will hold its third annual fiber-related garage sale March 22 at Edgewood United Church, 469 N. Hagadorn Road, East Lansing. Anything fiber-related may turn up at bargain prices. Past sales have included weaving and spinning equipment (small looms, reeds, shuttles, warping equipment), weaving and knitting yarns, fiber for spinning, fabric, books and circular sock knitting machines. A table is set aside for free stuff (can’t beat that price!), and ads for looms too large to haul to the sale will be posted. A central checkout table makes it easy to shop several people’s tables but write just one check. Tell your friends and organize your car pools.
Who knows – that doodad or cone of yarn you’re looking for may be waiting there for you!
If you have items you'd like to bring to the sale; please contact us through 
LansingWeavers@gmail.com


February 11th ~ Jenny Shu~ Jenny will discuss how her exposure to fiber art at a young age has led her to dive feet first into the fiber world.  She taught herself beadweaving techniques at a young age, which led to her desire to weave and eventually obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan with a concentration in Fiber Art.  All of this progress has led Jenny to receiving grants, exhibiting nationally and winning awards. 
February 15th ~ Beginning Weavers ~ 1:00 @ Jodi G’s
Weavers with all levels of experience are invited to join and share their wisdom, knowledge, insights, hints and tricks.
February 16th ~ Spinning Group ~ 1:00 @ Sara K’s

Friday, January 10, 2014




January 14th ~ Elaine Scribner~ PAIN FREE WEAVING!
 Suffering is optional!!!  We abuse and misuse our body unthinkingly every day.  Join Elaine to learn simple tips and strategies for living PAIN FREE.  Living mindfully means, being aware of what our body is doing and how to do it better.  Self care is NOT optional.


February 11th ~ Jenny Shu~ Jenny will discuss how her exposure to fiber art at a young age has led her to dive feet first into the fiber world.  She taught herself beadweaving techniques at a young age, which led to her desire to weave and eventually obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan with a concentration in Fiber Art.  All of this progress has led Jenny to receiving grants, exhibiting nationally and winning awards.