Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild
The mission of the Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild is to promote and preserve weaving and other fiber related arts
through education, programs and outreach to the community.
Crimp, Create, and Make!
Spring Workshop Registration is now open. Join Dianne Totten and learn how to make her versatile crimp cloth over two days. Then weave your own yardage and come back for another day to incorporate it into your own patterns.
This is a special two-part workshop. You will learn Crimp Cloth technique the weekend of April 1-2. Then weave your own Crimp Cloth yardage and return on June 3rd with your sewing machine and learn valuable lessons to MAKE! your Crimp Cloth garments.
Seats are limited.
It’s in person, but we will be connecting with Zoom for those who cannot attend in person.
Meet and Greet: 10:00am
Business Meeting: 10:30am
Members! Have you missed a presentation?
Spring Quarter Classes Open Now for Registration
The Tapestry Group will continue to meet on the 2nd Tuesday of the month beginning on March 14. Click the link below to learn more about building your own tapestry loom from easy to find components. Thanks to Teri and Ken Bryson for the instructions and beautiful drawing.
2022 Member’s Show Results
The results are in! See all of the entries here. Category Winners
2022 Georgia National Fair, Excellence in Handweaving Award, sponsored by CHG
Artist, Joan Yantko – CONGRATULATIONS
2023 Juried Exhibit – TRANSFORMATION
Check back for more information on CHG's biennial Juried Competition - Full Prospectus in July and the link to the Call for Entry.
Tapestry Study Group Goes to SEFAA
On Tuesday, May 10th, The CHG Tapestry Study Group met in person for the first time since the pandemic began. The Group travelled to the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance (SEFAA) Center in Chamblee, GA to view the Square Foot Fiber Art Pin Up Show 2022 and to share recent tapestry projects in person.
We’re back in person!
Our May meeting was held in our newly renovated Room 1. It has been more than 2 years since we came together in one place. So great to see everyone. We are working on ways to learn from our online experiences and still make it possible for us to engage in a proper show-and-tell with the weaver's handshake. Phase 1 of the room is just about complete. Phase 2 will include more extensive digital presentation and hybrid experience equipment. Stay tuned and see you at our June meeting.
Terri Bryson Tapestry in Touring Exhibit
CHG Member, Terri Bryson is featured in an international online tapestry exhibit. The "New Directions" exhibit is an invitation-only, online exhibit organized by Lindsey Marshall and Jane Freer-Wyld in the UK. The tapestries in the exhibit are small format (10" x 10" or less). See the complete exhibit here. Congratulations Terri!
- Tapestry Study Group on 04/13/2023 10:00 am
- Guild Meeting on 04/15/2023 10:00 am
- CHG Board Meeting on 04/15/2023 1:00 pm
- Tapestry Study Group on 04/27/2023 10:00 am
a message from our president
Welcome to Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild, a vibrant organization dedicated to fostering and supporting weaving and other fiber related arts. We offer meetings, programs, exhibits, workshops, classes, study groups, and demonstrations at community events. Meetings are held each month except for July, August and December and visitors are always welcome to attend. Classes are scheduled quarterly and are offered for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students. Workshops are offered at least three times a year and are taught by nationally and internationally known instructors. Members have early access to registration and are offered a discount for classes and workshops.
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Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild
Leigh's Deflected Doubleweave Scarf
Board of Directors
President – Leigh Skowronski
VP Programs – Karen Page
VP Workshops – Cynthia Creech
VP Juried Exhibits – Pat Webb
Treasurer – Lauren Seidl
Membership –Susan Bennett
Secretary – Kathy Roulston
Properties – Colleen Casey
Members Show – Teresa Edmisten
Education – Kyle Jones
Communications – Elyse Anderson
CoWorkshops – Katie Arnold
Librarian – Clare Anderson
Web Site – Teresa Edmisten, Ray Callaway
Scholarship – firstname.lastname@example.org
Standards & Ratings – Dianne Totten