The Seattle Weavers' Guild meets on the fourth Thursday of the month (and now, on selected Saturdays), with exceptions for holidays and the summer break. If you are interested in guild membership or a particular program we invite you to join us. Visitors are always welcome. Meetings are located in Bloedel Hall, behind St. Marks Cathedral: 1245 10th Ave East, Seattle, WA.
The meeting starts at 10am, followed by "Hot Off the Loom" (members exhibit their latest work), and the morning program. Program speakers typically bring woven samples to accompany their talks, which are displayed on tables in front of the stage. After a lunch break at noon, the afternoon program follows, sometimes a hands-on project.
- 9am - 2pm - Library open (SWG members may check out materials)
- 10am to 12 noon - Business Meeting, "Hot Off the Loom", Morning Program
- 12 noon - Lunch
- 1pm to 2pm - Afternoon program
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The Seattle Weavers' Guild has two Saturday meetings per year, featuring different speakers than those at the Thursday meetings. These Saturday meetings give members who work full time an opportunity to experience the wealth of hearing other weavers talk about weaving. The Saturday meetings average from 50-60 people and the programs are more informal and interactive than the larger Thursday programs.
Doors are open at 10:40 a.m. The Library opens at 10:30 a.m. (Use the side entrance until the main doors are open.) Bring a sack lunch and something for the treat table at lunch time. Coffee and hot water will be provided. The morning program runs from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm and the afternoon program begins about 1:15 pm.
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