Friday, 12 July 2013

65th Anniversary Exhibition for Lethbridge Handicraft Guild



The Galt Museum will be hosting an exhibit of LHG weaving from June, 2014 through September, 2014.  We need samples of weaving from current and past members to make this show a success.  Please contact us now at: (LHG address)

We promise to take good care of your weaving and return it to you safely.  Insuring the weaving is your responsibility and can probably be done on your homeowner’s policy.  Please check with your insurance agent.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Successful Year for Lethbridge Weavers

It has been a very successful year for the Lethbridge Weavers and our members are looking forward to 2013/2014.

Moving into our new space at CASA has been wonderful. It is a great space that is sure to pollinate ideas among all the artists and medias at this centre.

Here are a few images of projects from 2012/2013:

Sunday, 14 April 2013

Kayla's Experience with Lethbridge Weaver's Mentorship Program

My First Project as a Mentee!
My name is Kayla and I started weaving October 2012 at the Lethbridge Handicraft Guild. I started with the mentorship program with Karla as my mentor. I have really enjoyed weaving and believe that I picked it up rather quickly. I have learned a lot and hope that I can continue weaving at the guild for a long time to come. During the mentorship, I made two tea towels and a scarf. Recently, I finished another tea towel and I am currently finishing another for a wedding gift. The weaving projects are good for anything, but I like giving them as gifts because the gifts are something that amaze many of my friends and family because it is not something of this generation. I love the fact that it is a classic pastime and is like travelling back in time to when this wasn’t just for fun.

My second project.

My third project!

My third and final mentee project.

My first project as a member.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Extra heddles moving around causing confusion?

Check out this great tip to hold extra heddles in place while weaving:

Do you have a weaving tip to share? Comments are welcome below.