Arrow Rock, Missouri
Fiber Arts Include:  Weaving, Spinning, Dyeing, Rug Hooking and Braiding, Knitting, Crocheting

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2017 Guild
 Meetings:
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  Jan 21                                                                                
  March 18                                                                       
  May 20
  July 15
  Sept 16
  Nov 18


Meetings start at 10:00 a.m. and are normally held at 
Brown's Chapel, Arrow Rock, MO.  Potluck following the 
business meeting.  Visitors are always welcome!
​Annual Dues:  $25
Membership runs January thru December

Background:  The Arrow Rock Handweaver's Guild was 
formed May, 1973, by Jim and Kitty Smith.

When:  Meetings are held the third Saturday of the following 
months:  January - March - May - July - September - November.

Where:  Brown's Chapel, Arrow Rock, MO.  
(Exception is the September meeting place which may be held 
in an alternate location.)




2016-2018
Officers
President: Marcia
Vice President: Shari
Secretary: Sharon
Treasurer: Phyllis
Attendance: Cheryl
Librarian: Jeff
Additional Activities:

Feb 23-25 Arrow Rock Weave-in
April  TBA- All Missouri Spin-In
June TBA- Program TBA
August  TBA - State Fair
October - Arrow Rock Festival
December TBA - Christmas Party
Scholarship:                                        Rug Raffle:
Scholarship Guidelines

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Any questions concerning the guidelines should be directed to ​Marcia or one  of the committee members.
Next Guild Meeting:  January 21, 2017
Brown's Chapel - 10 a.m.
Arrow Rock, MO

Twill Gamp
Program by Ginny
Arrow Rock, MO    Nov. 2016


     Ginny, a recipient from the guild scholarship fund, gave a program on her "Twill Gamp" that she began during the Fall Weave-In. As she did her research, the dictionary told her a gamp was a floppy umbrella. Ginny, then added "twill" to the search for her program, she found out it was a study and a sampler on twills. She made her sampler a wall hanging that will come in handy for future projects because she has logged her threading's, treadling's, when a floating salvage is needed, and what the finished product structures will look like (plain weave, balanced twills 2/2, v. 1/3 or 3/1).