50 years of Duluth Fiber Guild continues! Please join us next month for a celebration of fiber art at the Nordic Center in Duluth. Juried pieces will be displayed all month and fiber activities offered for all ages.
Please join us, new and returning friends, for a fall kickoff gathering. This is a potluck–please bring a dish to share and serving utensil. After lunch, we’ll have a brief meeting to announce all the great events coming up for... View Article
While we are just over halfway through 2023, DFG is still celebrating our 50 years! We have many events planned during August-December and we encourage you to attend them all. There is something for everyone of all ages, whether you... View Article
Want to learn how to warp a loom? Or need to update your warping skills? Or do you just want to try a different method? Barb’s July 22-23 class has openings! This class will teach the 6 steps of Lou... View Article
The DFG Studio has been brightened up with the addition of the completed fiber flags made by DFG members this year. Stop by during open studio or study group times to check them out.
The 50th Anniversary of DFG continues, this time in Grand Rapids, MN. The MacRostie Art Center is hosting our exhibit through July 29. Thanks to member Donna for these highlights, but you really should see it in person!
About twice a year, DFG members and friends gather to process flax that was grown in our area, preparing the plant to be spun into linen. These photos illustrate the breaking, scutching, and hackling of the fiber. Want to learn... View Article
A few weeks ago, it was Shearing Day! With this summer heat, alpacas at Dream Chaser Farm needed some help keeping cool and DFG members were on hand to help.
DFG announces the opening reception for the art exhibit at the MacRostie gallery in Grand Rapids. This exhibit is the 2nd of 4 exhibits in 2023 to celebrate our 50 years. It will include a few pieces from the Tweed... View Article
Have you visited the DFG 50th Anniversary art exhibit at the Tweed Museum of Art yet? No? You have just under a week to see these beauties displayed and it is worth the trip.