We were saddened to learn of the passing of long time Guild member Pam Ramsey. She passed away May 9th after a long, tough battle with ovarian cancer. She was always willing to share her knowledge of the fiber arts. A friend to all, she will be truly missed. May you rest in peace in the hands of our lord, Pam.
The July meeting will be our annual picnic at Karen’s house in Aztec. Bring a dish to share and any white elephant items you wish to sell.
The Cortez area fiber artists joined the Durango weavers for a visit to Studio &. They viewed a creative tapestry exhibit by Finnish fiber artist Aino Kajaniemi. They joined in a Skype visit with the artist and learned about her weaving methods and life.
Welcome to the Four Corners Weavers Guild web sie! The guild serves a widespread geographic area with members drawn from Durango, Cortez, Farmington and many smaller regions including: bayfield, Ignaciio, Aztec, NE Arizona, Mancos, Dolores, SE Utah, Silverton, Ouray, Telluride, Pagosa Springs,Chromo and Chama. There is something for everyone - no matter what your fiber interest! Join us for fun, facts, fiber and friends!
The Four Corners Weavers Guild meets six times a year on the 3rd Saturday of odd numbered months. Meeting places vary and are annouonced in local papers and in the newsletter. Please check the "Events" page for more information.
In addition to the general meeting we have several special interest groups.
- Fiber Arts in the Cortez area
- New Mexico Fiber group
Other activities during the year include:
- Special workshops
- Education programs
- Annual retreat to Pagosa Springs (see "Events" page for details)
Membership is open to persons interestedin, or actively engaged in the art of hand weaving and/or related fiber crafts. Dues are $25 per year and entitles you to:
- Bi-monthly newsletter
- Guild sponsored workshops and events
- Friends and fun!
The object of the guild is to explore the lore and techniques of hand weaving and related textile crafts and to stimulate interest in these. This is accomplished by meeting and exchanging ideas, by conducting wokshops and demonstrations for instruction, by holding and promoting exhibitions and sales, and by providing educational activities as a service to the public.