Itís time to send in your
and check. Please fill out
the membership form (or click above) newsletter and send
it with your check for $30.00 (or $35.00 to receive the
newsletter by mail) to our secretary. Her address is on the
form. Or bring the form with you to the first Guild
Newsletters by web page:
the newsletter in PDF format. You can download the complete newsletter as a pdf
file. It will have color pictures. This will save the guild
postage and printing costs. And no more newsletters delayed in the mail.
Please return this form and your annual dues to: MMAWG
Maureen Wilson, 1883 Texas St. Salt Lake City, UT 83108
. Make check payable to MMAWG; annual dues are $30.00 ($35.00
to receive the monthly newsletter by mail. Or Bring the form and dues to the
September guild meeting.
Download PDF document with typewriter
enabled. To enable the typewriter feature you may need to save the file to your hard
drive and then open the file in Adobe Reader.
For Guild members: To obtain the latest Member Directory (pdf
file), email Judie Eatough, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the guild Email list:
The Guild maintains an email list on Yahoo
1. The list is for Guild announcements, meeting
2. Need help with a weaving project? This
is the place to ask/answer weaving and fiber related questions.
3. Share the fun. You can upload photos to the
To Join send email to
. Include your name and fiber interest when requesting approval. You
may receive an email asking for your name, address and fiber
interest to screen list members to avoid spam.
You do not need to belong
to the guild to join this list.
Send information to editor, Jane Ann Peters,
Web page information:
Send email to Judie Eatough,
The guild has a Halcyon sample box. Contact ReNeť
Page at 801-942-6548.
This is the frog pond that Mary Atwater drew in the
Shuttle Craft Book on page 308 (my edition). She describes it as Peruvian
with a fish face, pollywogs and a frog. The frog motif has been used for a long
time with the guild newsletters. Click on thumbnail for a larger picture.
Do you see a frog?