Saturday, March 1, 2014

Fiber Guild Newsletter, March 2014

Our March issue has arrived, and you can access it by clicking here. Thanks to Glaushaus for publishing it. Enjoy.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Fiber Guild Newsletter, January 2014

Hello everybody! The new 2014 is here and so is our first issue of the year! Read it to get an idea of what we are going to do throughout the year and more.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Kentuck 2013 Pictures

Spinning, Weaving

Bobbin Lace, Spinning

Bobbin Lace


Bobbin Lace

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Fiber Guild Newsletter, November 2013

Here you can read November issue of our newsletter. This time, its topic is basket weaving. It also contains pictures from the Kentuck Festival of the Arts 2013. Enjoy!

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Fiber Guild Newsletter, October 2013

Read our October newsletter here. Happy Halloween! Dress up as spinning spiders (just a suggestion).

Monday, September 2, 2013

Fiber Guild Newsletter, September 2013

September is here and so is a new newsletter. This issue is devoted to spinning. Check it out here.

Friday, August 2, 2013

New Book in the Guild's Library

Annette Douglass has graciously donated "The Principles of Knitting: Methods and Techniques of Hand Knitting" by June Hemmons Hiatt. The book is packed with information and would be a valuable resource for any serious knitter. Please note that books from our library can be lent to guild members only.

Review from Library Journal:
This is a comprehensive handbook for the knitter who wants to know the "whys" as well as the "hows" of hand-knitted fabric construction. Included are chapters on stitch formation, fabric construction, pattern design, project planning, and decorative work (e.g., multi-color knitting, inlay, and needlework embellishment). Superior organization, layout, indexing, and the numerous illustrations add to the value of this work as a basic knitting reference, but the beginning knitter may be intimidated by the sheer bulk of material presented--including, for example, 33 different methods for casting on stitches. A less intimidating introduction to the craft is Maggie Righetti's Knitting in Plain English ( LJ 3/15/86). Highly recommended for libraries collecting in this area.
- Janice Zlendich, California State Univ. Lib., Fullerton