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2023-2024 Program Calendar 

Programs will be in person and on Zoom. Members will receive an email with the meeting link a week before the meeting.

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September 30, 2023

Alexa Griffith and Susan Brown

A Dark, A Light, A Bright: The Designs of Dorothy Liebes

Dorothy Liebes (1897–1972), who introduced handcraft and brilliant color to the modern interior, was among the most influential designers of the 20th century. The “Liebes Look”—which combined vivid color, lush texture, and often a glint of metallic—became inextricably linked with the American modern aesthetic. In conjunction with the Cooper Hewitt Museum exhibit July 2023-Feb 2024.

October 28, 2023

Jill Foxman Staubitz

Summer and Winter Workshop

Advanced Beginner and Beyond, a paper and pencil/weaving software workshop only (no looms) where we’ll learn about the unit weave/multi-block potential of Summer and Winter and how to design with profile drafts.


December 2, 2023

Holiday Party


January  27, 2024

Katte Geneta

Narra Studio

Narra Studio is a POC, Filipina, & woman-owned brand dedicated to the artistry, weaving, and craft heritages of the Philippines and Asia. Founder Katte Geneta will share the beauty of the textiles of the Philippines. 


February 24, 2024

Lily Hope  

Chilkat Weaving

Lily Hope will speak to us via Zoom from Juneau, Alaska, sharing the prestigious and laborious textiles distinguished by perfect circles, bright blues and yellows, and adapted Formline art originating on the Northwest Coast of Alaska.  This is a rare opportunity to learn about these artworks.


March 23, 2024

Robin Kang

Core Memory: Woven Technologies of the Past & Future

Utilizing a digitally operated Jacquard hand loom, Robin hand weaves tapestries that combine mythic symbolism, computer-related imagery, and digital mark-making. She works with hand-dyed cotton and wool, metallic, holographic yarns, raffia, and tencel.


April 20, 2024

Marilyn Romatka

Card Trick - the Magic of Tablet Weaving

Originating in the Iron Age, this technique is enjoying a surge in popularity lately as it is re-discovered by weavers today. Marilyn will discuss the theory, the history, and many of the weaving techniques themselves, and view examples sure to awe and inspire.


May 18, 2024

Gail Gondek

Pibiones and Oriental Knotted Rugs - Plain Weave Pile Structures

Gail learned to weave Pibiones, a Sardinian textile, and Oriental knotted rugs using Azerbaijani and Iranian weaving techniques and tools during the Covid 19 Pandemic. She’ll share how she did it using YouTube videos.

PROGRAM TIMES (Eastern Time)

Unless otherwise listed, this is the schedule.

11:00 am  — Arrive at SVA or log into Zoom for the social hour or get help on a weaving problem.

12:00 pm — Show & Tell. We will send out instructions on how to send in your latest creations and tell us all about it!

1:00 pm — One hour program presented by a noted speaker, followed by a brief Q&A

Zoom Code of Conduct

Our guild offers a safe and welcoming environment to listen, learn, and share ideas. To this end, we ask participants to not operate a motor vehicle while attending our guild meetings and events remotely via Zoom.

The Weaver's Exchange


Online listing allows current members to sell their equipment. All sales are between the buyer and seller. The Guild makes no guarantees regarding the integrity of the equipment listed. If you are not a member, join now.

Submit application for listing on our exchange

Become a Program Speaker

The Guild is always interested in inviting new speakers on any fiber-related topic that is of interest to our members. If you have a proposal for a presentation, please use the contact page to describe your talk.

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