2009 Diary

The aim of the Guild is ‘to encourage and support long draw spinning’ and our Inspiration Days are an opportunity to seek advice and share experiences. The format for the day would typically include a short business meeting; an advice clinic; a workshop on a pre-agreed subject; a talking table to show off and explain your latest project; a shared lunch and a spin-in.
Unless otherwise stated, all meetings will be held in Stoke Albany Village Hall and there will be a charge of £5 to cover hall rental. Please also bring a plate for a shared lunch.
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  • 3 January - Inspiration Day
  • 7 February - Inspiration Day – ‘The Nude Ewe’ ( Heather Wells)
  • 7 March - Inspiration Day - ‘The Nude Ewe’ ( Heather Wells)
  • 4 April - Inspiration Day
  • 27/8 April - Wonderwool, Wales
    Guild will not be represented – this item for info only
  • 2 May - Inspiration Day
  • 27 May - Evening visit to see Eve Newcombe-Baker's Zwartbles and Jacob sheep at Windridge. We will meet there at 7.00pm
  • 6 June - No meeting at Stoke Albany
    Visit to Ravelry Day in Coventry
  • 26/7 June - Exhibition Stand and Workshops at Woolfest, Cockermouth, Cumbria
  • 26 June - Annual General Meeting 6.00pm Hundith House Hotel, Cockermouth Cumbria
  • 11 July - Demonstration of Long Draw Spinning at Derbyshire Guild of Spinners 10am -4pm, Hazelwood Village Hall near Belper and Duffield
  • 1 August - Inspiration Day
  • 22/3 August - Fibrefest, Coldharbour Mill, Uffculme, Devon
    Info available from www.fibrefest.co.uk
    Guild will not be represented – this item for info only
  • 5 September - Inspiration Day - Dyeing using Natural Dyestuffs - Rosalind
  • 3 October - Inspiration Day - Softbench Project
  • 7 November - Inspiration Day - Drum Carding - Janet
  • 5 December - Inspiration Day
  • Future items:
  • Dressing a distaff
  • If you have any suggestions for further items for the diary, please advise Programme Secretary