Kangaroo Island Spinners and Weavers Guild relocate to Junction

WOOL DYE: KI Spinners and Weavers Guild president Min O'Neil lifting wool out of the dye pot. Photo supplied

WOOL DYE: KI Spinners and Weavers Guild president Min O'Neil lifting wool out of the dye pot. Photo supplied

The Kangaroo Island Spinners and Weavers Guild has relocated its meeting place and revised its meeting dates.

Guild members now meet on the third Wednesday of each month, 10am to 3pm, at The Junction, Telegraph Road, Kingscote.

At the meeting members enjoy each other's company, share projects and give demonstrations and workshops.

At the November meeting Meredith showed how to warp up a Rigid Heddle loom, giving the ladies a chance to practice hands-on.

A Rigid Heddle loom is the simplest way to weave and is suitable for beginners.

The Guild welcomes new members, and are always ready to teach any of the wool crafts, including spinning.

Some of their work is now for sale in the Murray Street Gallery in Kingscote, and would make ideal Christmas gifts.

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