Guild Events 2015-2016
The following is a list of events, including community outreach, exhibits and sales, that the guild sponsored and participated in during the 2015-2016 guild year.
2015-2016 Exhibits & Sales
Triangle Weavers Sale and Community Weave-In
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Where: Triangle Fiber Arts Center (TFAC)
3717 Murphy School Rd., Durham, NC 27705
Join us on Saturday, October 3, 2015 as we have an open house at our Fiber Arts Center. Between 10 am and noon, guild members will enjoy our annual Giant Yard Sale and Weaver to Weaver Sale. There will be many items for sale including handwoven and handmade items, luscious yarns and fibers, weaving equipment, books and much much more.
After lunch the fun continues when we open our door to the public. The Yard Sale and Handwoven Sale continues, and the Community Weave-In will begin. There will be several types of weaving looms set up for children and adults of all ages to try their hands at. Come join the fun!
Members: If you need a table to display your sale items, click here to reserve a table.
Saturday, December 5, 2015, 11 am - 5 pm
Where: The ArtsCenter, 300 E. Main Street, Carrboro, NC 27510
ELF is an imaginative holiday arts and crafts festival in Carrboro, North Carolina. This is the ninth annual Craft fair at the ArtsCenter. ELF will be held in the Earl Wynn Gallery and the West End Theatre of the Artscenter. ELF wants to welcome and encourage the public to purchase holiday gifts directly from local artisans in an approachable and festive setting.
The Triangle Weavers Guild has been asked to participate. We will be demonstrating weaving to the public as well as having an opportunity to sell our weaving.
If you are interested in helping out with this wonderful event, please email Janice Kohl.
Friday & Saturday, March 25-26, 2016
Where: Fiberfest is moving back to the State Fairgrounds!
N.C. State Fairgrounds
The Triangle Weavers Guild will be participating once again in the Carolina Fiberfest. We will be demonstrating weaving and spinning, displaying our art, and getting children involved in some hands on weaving too! This is a fun opportunity to show the public what our guild is all about. There will be plenty of opportunity to help out with this event - both ahead of time and on site.
We are looking for volunteers to help out with this wonderful event! Email Virginia Hedlund or Janice Kohl if you are interested.