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

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2017 Guild
  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.)

President: Marcia
Vice President: Shari
Secretary: Sharon
Treasurer: Phyllis
Attendance: Cheryl
Librarian: Jeff
Additional Activities:

Feb 23-25 Arrow Rock Weave-in
April 29 - All Missouri Spin-In
June 10-11- Arrow Rock Visiting 
June 17 - Dye Day
August 10-20 - State Fair
October 14-15 - Arrow Rock                                                       Festival
December 2 - Christmas Party
Next Guild Meeting: July 15, 2017
Program by Marcia    Topic: Scholarship class
Brown's Chapel - 10 a.m.
Arrow Rock, MO

Weaving & Dyeing
Program by Karen
Arrow Rock, MO   May 20, 2017
Library Resources                                             Scholarship

      List                                                                   Committee            Guidelines

Weaving Workshops                                         Rug Raffle

    Winter      Flyer/Registration                              Committee

    Fall           Flyer        Registration
Karen traveled to Peru and learned some Peruvian Backstrap Weaving.  She shared her story and her straps and many other examples that local women had made. 
Dorinda shared the process that she has helped rural weaving women learn a dyeing process to make their handwoven textiles to make money for their children's schooling.