Guild Show

May 24 – May 25, 2024 | St. Jacobs Mennonite Church (1310 King St. N. St. Jacobs)

10AM – 5PM

Free Admission

Meet like-minded makers at WEFT’s Guild Show. See the attending guilds below:

Kitchener Waterloo Garment Sewists Guild

The KWGSG is a guild that focuses on bringing the garment sewing community together! We have speakers every month focusing on garment and costume sewing. We do have a fair few quilters in the guild, but we concentrate on sewing garments like pants, sewing with knits and sewing with different natural fabrics. Visit us to find out why you should become a member.

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.

This is done through guild meetings, on line and in person classes and annual conferences.

Royal City Quilters

Royal City Quilters’ Guild, located in Guelph Ontario, attracts members from across North America with our mix of virtual and in-person experiences. Our virtual guild meetings and workshops feature outstanding speakers from all over. Special interest groups explore a range of topics. Each March, we co-host a virtual celebration of International Quilting Day. Local members enjoy monthly in-person fun at our Member Mingle. Join us!

Canadian Embroiderers’ Guild Guelph

The Canadian Embroiderers’ Guild Guelph is a teaching guild offering a wide range of embroidery types for all skill levels. Classes in the fall and winter are offered in Blackwork, Deerfield, applique, crazy quilting, beading, Whitework, Sashiko., stumpwork and many other types of embroidery.

The Kitchener Waterloo Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild

The Kitchener Waterloo Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild is an active community of weavers and spinners dedicated to preserving and advancing the textile arts. We offer classes, workshops, and other learning opportunities to our members and the wider community. We hold a semi-annual Show & Sale and demonstrate weaving and spinning at other events in the region. At our monthly meetings, we include guest speakers, demonstrations, and activities. We encourage anyone with an interest in textile arts to investigate our Guild.

Kitchener Waterloo Knitters’ Guild

The KWKG, established in 1986, attracts members from across North America. Our Virtual monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month from September to May and feature fabulous speakers. On the third Tuesday we have in person Knit & Chat get togethers. We also regularly schedule virtual Knitting Labs, where you can ask any questions you may have and also a few Workshops throughout the year. Each September we hold our well known KW Knitters’ Fair with 70+ vendors and every second year we hold an Adjudicated Show in June.