DFG spinners met at the Nordic Center in Duluth today, surrounded by fiber art pieces chosen for the third installment of our 50th Anniversary exhibits. And, as a bonus, it just happens to be Worldwide Spin in Public Day!
This past Saturday, DFG members demonstrated weaving and spinning at Glensheen Mansion. Many people stopped by to observe and chat, including a bachelorette party!
This Saturday, DFG will be spinning at the Duluth Folk School from 10 am- 2 pm. Spinning Doctor Dave will be there to troubleshoot spinning equipment that needs repair. The public and Guild members are invited to bring in spinning... View Article
Members of the DFG Rigid Heddle study group will be at the Tweed Museum of Art this Saturday in support of our 50th Anniversary art exhibit. Try your hand at this small loom weaving or just stop by to watch... View Article
Not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 rigid heddle looms were warped yesterday! Check the Guild Portfolio for photos of two scarves, one shawl, and a set of mug rugs when they are completed. The Guild’s rigid heddle study... View Article
There are a lot of new things happening in the Duluth Fiber Guild right now! Here are a few highlights: DFG will have a table at the Neighbor-Made Art and Gift Fair held on Saturday, December 11, from 10am-3pm at... View Article
Expand your fiber arts to your gardens in 2020! Join us in experimenting with fiber and color.
The felting study group met on January 10 to create felted vessels. The vessels incorporated plant matter including lichen, hydrangeas, Birch bark, Yellow Dock, marigolds and other dried flowers.
Our flax study will resume this year with the much anticipated FLAX PROCESSING DAY on May 26, beginning at 11 AM. Dave has constructed all of the tools we will need and last year’s crop of flax should be retted... View Article
September was harvest time for our flax crops and some of the guild members have decidedly green thumbs! Our biggest challenge was drying the stalks after harvesting during that wet month. But on Sept. 23 a group of us met... View Article