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Guild Announcements:

We are ready to celebrate our 40th Anniversary on May 18th with all the niceties of a traditional tea to welcome you. Come join us and see the wonderful talent of our Guild.

Watch for more Blog Posts as I catch up on our Show and Tell. They are published by calendar date of the event. Our members have so much to show at our Monthly Meetings, sometimes only one post displays on the page. Please see more posts by visiting the Archives to the right or Older Posts at the end of each post. Enjoy and thank you for visiting! (Credit to Karen B. for the background weaving. Photo by Barb H)

“We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Oliver Community Arts Council”
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Thursday, 14 May 2015

Show & Tell from May 2105 Meeting

We're gradually catching up on our Show & Tell displays. Although I'm posting these at the end of June, they are from our May meeting. Terry will be giving a workshop during Studio Week on how to duplicate the Cocoon yarn that was used in the comfort blanket for Margie.

The Rip-Off Artists will have a display at the Summerland Art Gallery untl Aug 8th.  The last week of May is the Eco Fiber Festival in Okanagan, WA. And we've had news that a new eco fiber mill is in the works for Oroville, WA, only a half hour south of Oliver, across the border. Yvonne brought her stunning queen size knitted bedspread and gave us the history and how it was a healing project at a difficult time.

Yvonne's stunning queen size
cotton knitted bedspread
Close-up view 
Gail always has an
Inkle band on the go


Gail with her woven wool rug

Terry's Hand Spun Yarn
Scarves by Linda in rayon chenille
and mystery knitted shawl

Marianne's Indigo dyed Shawl
24 shaft Comfort Shawl for Hillary,
in  undulating twill, bamboo silk,
novelty yarns and wool; weft of tensil
Karen's lovely Overshot Table Runner


Tea Towels by Diane and Margie
Donna's felted version of the scandalous
Bag Man with Suitcase metal sculpture.
Terry's Mixed Media Felted Lamp