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Al Canner - Macramé and Knotting 
HGB May Program - Day & Evening Meetings 
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Replay Al Canner's May Programs

Al Canner began creating macramé works, both wall-hanging and sculptural, in the 1970s. Since his retirement from professional pursuits in 2013, he has devoted much of his energy to knotting, usually producing five or six works each year. His pieces have been shown at local, national, and international juried exhibits.

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05.17.2022

HGB Membership BrochureJoin or Renew Today!
June is renewal month!

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Membership in the Handweavers Guild of Boulder is open to anyone who has an interest in or is actively engaged in textile and fiber arts.

HGB Members Represent a Variety of Textile and Fiber Techniques
• Weaving and Interlacement • Felting—Wet, Needle & Nuno • Knitting & Crochet • Lace, Macramé & Knotting • Bead & Wire Weaving • Basketry • Rug Hooking • Spinning • Sprang • Embroidery, Stitching & Surface Design • Quilting, Piecing & Appliqué • Fabric Painting, Dyeing & Surface Design • Handmade Paper • Fiber Preparation & Dyeing

Whether you are new to fiber arts and textiles, or an accomplished artist, we are confident that you will find an enjoyable, creative, and inspirational place within the Handweavers Guild of Boulder.

Join by September 13, 2022 to experience full member benefits - click to learn more.

05.13.2022




"I make things because I must."

2022 HGB Fiber Art Show & Sale Juried Showcase Exhibit Theme

Applications open September 1, 2022

The 2022 Juried Showcase is dedicated to longtime HGB member Helen Davis in recognition of her significant lifetime contributions to the fiber arts and generous support of the Handweavers Guild of Boulder.

The Showcase theme “I make things because I must.” allows your creativity to run the gamut and share those things you make because you must!

Follow link to Showcase details on hgbsale.org

Click here to learn more about Helen Davis from a DU Magazine article

05-13-2022

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Announcements

Fibershed Mending Challenge
Fibershed is hosting a 6-month mending challenge from May through October 2022. Participants can join at any time!
As a participant in this challenge, you’ll receive monthly Mending Challenge Newsletters providing details about upcoming virtual mending events and resources for further learning. Click on the link for additional information.

The Handweavers Guild of America (HGA) - Textiles & Tea - Each week HGA hosts a conversation with some of the most respected fiber artists in the field today. Textiles & Tea takes place every Tuesday at 4:00 PM (EST) and is broadcast via Zoom. These broadcasts are free to view and open to all. Click on the link for additional information.

Website Announcements - Submission Guidelines
Contact president@handweaversofboulder.org if you have an item for this website announcements section pertaining to fiber events of interest to Guild members. 

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HGB COVID POLICY (adopted by the HGB Board June 9, 2021)The Board will continue to closely follow local public health guidelines and to make plans with the health and safety of our community in mind as we move forward. Handweavers Guild of Boulder small groups, such as Study Groups, workshops, or committees, may meet in-person.  The HGB Board recommends that each group use a democratic process to ask its members to decide whether to meet in-person or to continue with virtual meetings.  (The HGB Zoom account will remain available for member group use.)  The HGB Board recommends that masks and social distancing are used if an in-person option is taken.

Updated 05.13.2022

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