Annual Sale & Show

To everyone who came to the sale & show, thank you! We greatly appreciate your support.

Dates for next year's sale will be posted when they are confirmed.

General sale information | Member sale information

Updated 11.13.2017

January Program - Tylar Merrilltylar merrill

Tylar Merrill is the owner of Thimbleberry Felt Designs Studio & Gallery and has been creating felt art and teaching fashion design for over 30 years. She was first introduced to felting in 1984 and has fallen in love with the versatility of this ancient textile. Learning the process of felting was a very natural and perhaps inevitable transition for her art.

Tylar uses her background in painting, quilting, dyeing, and design to create each unique art object. Mixed colored fibers with abstract hand strokes bring together these loves in exciting and satisfying ways. Tylar has always loved color and fiber. Felting has given her the opportunity to combine and explore color, texturing, 3-dimensional form, folk art, and fashion design. Her one of a kind fashions include a wide range in styles of garments and accessories based on the Nuno felting technique. She uses her advanced skills and experience in tailoring and fitting, giving her one-of-a-kind garments high quality artistry with a professional finish.

Tylar will be conducting three workshops during the week of our Guild meetings: “One Sleeved Silk Stole”, “Patchwork Tote Bag”, and “3-D Pattern Flared Skirt”. These workshops are filling quickly; register now!

Meeting days, times, & map | Program and workshop information

Updated 11.25.2017


Complexity 2018: Innovations in Weaving is the Complex Weaver's members exhibition at Convergence in Reno next year. Information on deadlines and how to enter is on the Complex Weavers website.

HGB has looms for sale that were donated to the guild. These are:

1. Leclerc Nilus loom jack type loom
    4 shaft; 45" weaving width

2. Unbranded 8 shaft jack type loom
    60" weaving width

For details and photos contact Priscilla Wagener

Textile Conservator Needs Experienced Wool Dyer - see the PDF for details

Erin Baxter, Archeology professor at CU, is looking for a few volunteers to help with an “experimental archeology” project to replicate ancient sandals from Colorado and New Mexico. She is looking for input, advice, or collaboration from our group. Please contact or call her at (303) 492-6257.


If you have an item you would like posted in the announcements section, please email Ads for items for sale are not being accepted at this time.

Updated 11.29.2017

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