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

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2019 Guild
  Jan 19                                                                        
  March 16                                                                       
  May 18
  July 20
  Sept 21
  Nov 16

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: Ron
Vice President: Cheryl
Secretary: Vicki
Treasurer: Phyllis
Librarian: Jeff
Webmaster: Shari
Additional Activities:

Feb 21-23 Arrow Rock Weave-in
April TBA - Dye Day *rescheduled
June TBA - Arrow Rock Visiting 
August TBA- State Fair
Sept TBA - Dye Day
October TBA- Arrow Rock           Festival, 
December TBA - Christmas Party
Guild Meeting Feb. 16, 2019, CANCELED due to weather.

Next Guild Meeting: Mar. 16, 2019
Program - TBA
 Mtg @ 10 a.m.  Carry-in dinner @ Noon, Arrow Rock, MO

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Melissa attended Vavstuga, weaving school, in Massachusetts. She gave a wonderful program on her experience, showed several pieces and helper ideas that she completed there. This is a Swedish type of weaving with counter march looms. The class was from 9-4 with 1 hr lunch. They did round robin weaving and if you didn't complete your part someone else would do it for you and Melissa wanted her pieces to be her work. They had drafting lesson in the am, the wound warp, threaded, tie up, and wove on different looms to complete there different examples. She now attaches and uses a ribbon with measurements to help her keep track of how long her project is and she showed us how to make thrumbs.