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Upcoming Workshops:

Beginning Spinning Workshop
October 10th 1p-3p
Location: 2610 E Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99508. Entrance and parking on the lower, east side parking area only.
Registration Fee: $25/per person includes fiber and all supplies needed to get you started.
Contact: Email Tom Hobbs

Spinning with Judith MacKenzie
Dec 4, 2015, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Dec 5, 2015, 9 am to 5 pm
Dec 6, 2015, 9 am to 5 pm

Judith has been teaching spinning and weaving for years. She is much in demand at fiber fairs to judge fleece, sheep and teach. Her textile experience is varied, from textile restoration for museums to sheep ranching in Montana. She has published several books including: The Intentional Spinner and Teach Yourself VISUALLY Handspinning. More recently she has several spinning instructional CDs/DVDs with Interweave including Spinning Luxury Fibers, Three Bags Full, Popular Wheel Mechanics, Gentle Art of Plying and A Spinner’s Toolbox. Judith currently live in Forks, WA in the rainforest made famous due to the Twilight vampire books. She feels at home here, since she was raised a bit north, on the Canadian west coastline. We will be picking classes soon and making registration available Sept 2015.

Spring 2016 - Spinning with Abby Franquemont, dates and details TBA. Abby's Yarns

October 21-23, 2016 - Spinning with Kate Larson! Save the date! Kate Larson Textiles

Mentor Program: Mentors are available to assist others on specific topics: loom purchasing, planning a project, dyeing, sewing with handwovens, spinning with special fibers, spinning equipment, warping, color choices, supplementary warps, troubleshooting, knitting with hand-spun yarn, etc. Guild members can sign up to be Mentors by contacting Email Anne Brooks.


"Pretty Colors"
Multi colored rovings for a Spinning for Color class taught by Deb Menz.



Long time knitter, spinner par excellence Gayle Andrus took a beginning rigid heddle weaving class this past year. Photographed here by Mary Werner is her very first hand woven project, a beautiful bag, using handspun fibers and embellished with beads.

Gayle was pleased to have had her bag displayed at a First Friday Art Show at Changepoint Church where she also demonstrated drop spindle spinning. Gayle’s husband made the display stand for the bag.

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