September ProgramThe program will be a tote bag demonstration by Elaine Fertig. If you wish to make one, bring fabric finished on all sides, (such as a piece of handwoven fabric), which is three times as long as it is wide. Tapestry fabric works well too. Bring straight pins, to hold it in place until you get a chance to sew it. Any questions, call Elaine.
Minutes of the June. 2017 Meeting
Karen Fry called the meeting to order.
Old Business: The minutes from the April 2017 meeting were not available. The minutes from the April and May 2017 meetings were approved. Cate Johns gave the treasurer's report. Those participating in the event at Goodell Gardens updated us that we only participated on Saturday, due to threatening weather on Sunday.
Business: The guild award was presented to Karen Fry
for many years of service as president and as a faithful volunteer,
presenter, and demonstrator. A request was brought up that we
demonstrate at an event in East Springfield the weekend of July 22 and
23, the same weekend as Waterford Days. The group expressed interest in
doing a new event, and as Waterford Days has brought less interest in
recent years, the vote carried to do the new event instead. Elaine
Fertig needs to know who needs passes for demonstrating at the Crawford
County Fair. Jen Phillips expressed interest in doing a spinning day in
the park in Titusville. The second Saturday in July was raised as a
possible date, with Brown's Primitive Scentiments as the back up
location in case of rain.
Show & Tell: Lacey Mileski brought 10 baby hats varying from preemie to small toddler size that she crocheted in a variety of solid colors and stripes for McGee Women's Hospital. Marje Koehlert showed a locker hooked project done in a lizard pattern for possible use as a couch pillow. Cate Johns displayed five completed twined rag rugs in different colors and sizes. Karen Fry showed 3 'odd skein' cabled head bands, one from yarn she spun at our fractal spinning presentation. Jen Phillips displayed a cabled child's sweater with matching hat knit from her wool. She also showed a skein of fine "farm blend" wool from four sheep, two skeins of Kool-Aid dyed "baby Baelfire," and a book on Orenburg lace shawls along with a shawl she just started. Heather Baer showed a cowl she knit in speckled blues and purples, a skein of wool dyed with Jacquard gray and speckled with Kool-Aid, and a skein she spun from an orange art batt of merino, angora, and angelina. Bernadette Bird told us about going to the Great Lakes Fiber show in Wooster where she got a bag of white alpaca that she is learning to clean so she can spin and weave it.
Animals & Fiber
for sale. Raw
Alpaca Fiber –Prime blankets that have
skirted, ready for washing and spinning. $45. Alpaca Roving –Hand
washed and dyed in various colors. Great for hand spinning and felting.
$16.00 for 4 oz.
| About NPSWG
Contact Us | Search NPSWG