March 31 – April 1, 2023 | St. Jacobs Mennonite Church (1308 King St. N. St. Jacobs)
10AM – 5PM
Meet like-minded makers at WEFT’s Guild Show. See the attending guilds below:
Guelph Hand Weavers & Spinners Guild
A community of fibre enthusiasts drawing members from the Wellington County area. They also have an extensive library, tools and equipment available for rent, and several smaller groups that get together for knit alongs, and study groups. There are study groups for weaving, spinning, dying, and knitting.
Ontario Hooking Craft Guild
The Ontario Hooking Craft Guild was established in 1966 to promote the art and craft of rug hooking across the communities of Ontario. We currently have a membership of over 1000 fibre artists supported by 80 certified teachers. The OHCG operates a yearly school for its members, offers workshops for Branches and publishes a quarterly newsletter, in glossy magazine format (36-40 pages). Join an international network of approximately 1,000 textile artists who share their enthusiasm and experience for the art of traditional rug hooking.
We are a dynamic community of local fibre enthusiasts who work, play, and create with fibre to make beautiful things.
While most Guild members weave or spin, many also share diverse but allied interests, such as dyeing, basketry, knitting, felting and needle felting, braiding, beading, tatting, and bobbin lace making.
Canadian Embroiderers’ Guild Guelph
We are a teaching guild open to those interested in traditional and contemporary forms of embroidery
The Kitchener-Waterloo Knitters’ Guild is a volunteer run non-profit community of knitters. New members are always welcome.
Membership is open to knitters of all ages and skill levels. Our virtual monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month (7-9pm) from September to May plus every other year we have an adjudicated show in June.
Elmira Charity Quilt Auction 2023
Learn about this year’s Elmira Charity Quilt Auction
If you are a guild looking to join us, follow the instructions HERE.