While our 50th Anniversary celebrations and events will actually happen next year in 2023, now is the time to plan our fiber art pieces that will be showcased at local galleries (the deadline for the Tweed Art Gallery & MacRostie... View Article
So much is happening in the DFG right now! Here are the highlights: Study groups are meeting in the Studio and other venues on a regular basis again (finally!) Our By-Member, For-Member event is rescheduled for Saturday, April 23rd Our... 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
We are (mostly) moved into our new Studio space and members have begun to gather there for monthly meetings and study groups. It is a bright, clean, organized space that will meet our needs well. If you would like to... View Article
We have great news to share: we have rented a space for our Studio and will be moving in late September/early October! (27th Avenue West & Superior St.) Watch for open house details next month. In the meantime, if you... View Article
Just a reminder: our fall kickoff meeting will be held at Chambers Grove Pavilion on Saturday, August 28th, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. See the calendar for details. We have exciting news to share with our community–we are in the final... View Article
Nomad-time continues for the Guild at present. With our stuff in storage and meetings and most Study Groups attended via Zoom, we continue our search for a permanent space. The Board of Directors has completed the Guild’s 2021-2025 Strategic Plan... View Article
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Sprang is an ancient twining technique which predates knitting. Carol James will be teaching a sprang workshop hosted by the Duluth Fiber Handcrafters Guild this February.
Expand your fiber arts to your gardens in 2020! Join us in experimenting with fiber and color.