Diablo Weaving Guild meets in Walnut Creek, usually on the third or fourth Friday of the month from September through June.
New members and guests are welcome.
In September, December and June we meet at a member's home. Other meetings are held at the Thurman Casey Library in Walnut Creek.
Library location details and a map:
Meeting: Friday, November 21, 2014
10:00 AM at the Thurman Casey Library
Show and tell "Lace weaves" covered in Jannie Taylor October workshop:
Huck, Bronson, Swedish laces and canvas weaves
Participants are asked to bring your Workshop notebook, and any additional samples completed on your warp at home,
(don't give them away yet, no matter how lovely they look! and we can all learn from your glitches!)
All guild members are encouraged to bring your lace weaves to show, compare, contrast: there is so much to learn!
What are you weaving for the holidays?
Members are encouraged to bring drafts, design ideas, completed projects;
Do you have a simple design motif you can share or demonstrate?
Snack for the Meeting: Kris and Jeanne
Remember our February 2014 program on Saori Weaving? Some photos Reba took are now posted,
December 19: Holiday Party
Our annual pot-luck luncheon and gift exchange at Vilija's, starting at 11:00.
Bring a dish to share & a small gift if you would like to take part in the gift exchange.
January: Mad Weave
Start saving old holiday cards and other paper to reuse and create new cards during a Mad Weave mini-workshop in January.
More program details on the Programs Page:
CNCH 2015, April 9 - 12 at the Asilomar Conference Center:
Registration Opened November 1, 2014:
Most classes are filled, but some spaces remain and waiting lists are available.
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and information about other guild activities.
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Header photo: Coloured wool: By Sfuarch480 (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons