The Mary Megs Atwater Weavers Guild

Upcoming Guild Meetings and Important Dates

            April 9, 2015
Triangle Weaving — Loom and Process
Julie Schwartz
6:30 pm
South Valley Unitarian Church, 6876 South Highland Drive

 

At our April Guild meeting, Julie Schwartz will teach us how to weave using a triangle loom—a wonderful simple loom technique that can be used to create many wonderful types of weaving. Julie will show us how to make a simple triangle loom, how to warp it, how to weave on it, and she will share some of the beautiful things you can make with it.

Triangle weaving is a portable, self-contained type of weaving that is often used to create triangle shawls and ponchos.

Julie Schwartz is a long-time member of our Guild, who has served as president of the Guild, who donated the linen that Jeanette shared with us, and who has done a lot of triangle weaving. Triangle weaving is Julie’s medium of choice, and she has pushed the boundaries of what can be done with this type of weaving. This meeting will be a great opportunity to learn about this great technique!

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Southwest Utah Branch
       Monday April 6, 2015
5:30 pm at the Washington Branch of the Washington County library

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Bylaws Revision.  Publication of bylaws for members.  Voting will be at the May meeting.

Bylaws File


Guild Officers Nominated for 2015/2016

 

The following Guild members have agreed to have their names placed in nomination for the elected officers for the Guild for 2015/2016. A vote of the members will be held at the May meeting, at which time nominations can also be made from the floor.

President: Mimi Rodes with Karen Swanger as Assistant
Co-Vice Presidents: Deanna Baugh and Margareth Lauer
Secretary: Jane Roos
Treasurer: Jo Stolhand
Grants Officer: Jeanette Tregeagle
Submitted by Nominating Committee, Charlene Lind and Judie Eatough

 


April  President’s Message 

Greetings Weavers!

I have a couple of matters of business to convey to all of you. First, our Nominating Committee has submitted the candidates for the Guild’s Officers for 2015/16. Please review this list, and if there is someone you feel should still be nominated, please contact Charlene Lind at (801) 375-7532, or email her at cllind32@gmail.com. We will vote in the new officers at the May meeting, and they will begin their new term this summer.

Also, I have been busy working on updating our Guild’s bylaws, especially concerning the addition and governance of new chapters or branches of our guild because this information was missing. I am asking all of you to read through the Articles of Incorporation, Constitution, and Bylaws carefully. These are posted on the Guild web page. We will be voting on the changes at the May meeting as well.

Have a weaverly Spring!

Sonya

 

 

 

 

  • 'WhitePockets' and 'Flowers'
    Tapestries: White Pockets and Flowers by Mimi Rodes. (White Pockets is this months background)
  • Ethnic Bands
    A display of ethnic bands. The show goes until March 4, 2015. Bring your family and friends to see the show. Show and Tell at the beginning of Guild meetings is a great way to see what others are doing.
  • The Frog by Mary Atwater
    The Mary Meigs Atwater Weavers Guild was founded in February 1955. This stylized frog is the guild logo. The Newsletter was named the Weaver's Bag. A stylized frog was used as a logo. The Guild motto is: You can't weave well enough alone.
  • Frog Pond by Mary Atwater
    Fish-face, polliwogs, a frog, Peruvian. MMA, Shuttle Craft Book. Did you ever wonder where the guild logo came from? It is the frog from the Peruvian Fish Pond. This design is ideal for double weave pick up work

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