For members, you will receive a Zoom
Meeting invite e-mail from the Guild on Friday September 10. The
invite will provide you with a link to view the September HGB programs. The Zoom meeting will also be posted on the HGB website under Members/Announcements.
If you are not a member and would like to visit one of our meetings, please email email@example.com for the day meeting and firstname.lastname@example.org for the evening meeting.
Day Meetings are held at 10:00am on the 2nd Monday of the month unless otherwise noted.
Evening Meetings are held at 7:00pm on the Tuesday following the 2nd Monday unless otherwise noted.
|Day Guild|| September 13, 2021at 10:00 am
|Evening Guild|| September 14, 2021 at 7:00 pm
You may have heard of Watershed and Foodshed. Now you will be introduced to Fibershed. Fibershed is a regional, national and international movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a new Textile economy. And yes we have a regional affiliate, Mountains & Plains Fibershed. It encompasses a 300 mile radius around Golden, CO. It fosters collaboration among textile artists, designers, and fiber farmers, processing mills, suppliers and retail businesses in and around Colorado.
Our presenter Anne-Marie Chmielewski (meal EV ski) grew up raising Suffolk sheep in rural Montana. The king of the flock was a large, very wooly ram named Los Angeles who patiently endured her riding him around the pasture. Anne-Marie loved Los and that was the start of her life with wool. She was a part of the whole Farm to Fiber process from lambing to shearing and designing milled wool products, mostly blankets. Her current focus is promoting local fiber and natural dyes. As a founding member of Mountain and Plains Fibershed, she supported their mission. Their goal is to create high-quality, natural fiber products processed with natural dyes that hold their beautiful colors, are durable, comfortable, wearable and stylish over time.
Tune in and become a part of this environmentally focused TEXTILE organization.
|Day Guild||October 11, 2021||The Magic of Wool: You Can’t Make Anything Like It in a Lab|
|Evening Guild||October 12, 2021||
Rare Sheep and their Wool: Treasures We Can’t Afford to Lose
Presentations by Deb Robson: Deb is the co-author of The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook: More than 200 Fibers from Animal to Spun Yarn. She began spinning in the 1970’s. It was then that she became aware of rare breeds of sheep that could become extinct. She has instructional DVD’s “Handspinning Rare Wools” and teaches workshops.
Meetings are the Third Week because of the Sale.
|Day Guild||November 15, 2020|
|Evening Guild||November 16, 2020|
Presentations by Luana Rubin founder and co-owner of EQuilter.com. Her art quilts have been displayed at the United Nations in Geneva, NASA in Houston and the Library of Congress in Washington DC. Her activist quilt “Rocky Mountain Poison” was acquired by the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln Nebraska in 2020. Luana is a member of HGB.