Weaving with Color – Online Workshop with Deb Essen

The 12th and 13th of September, 2020 found 15 people from various parts of Georgia, Tennessee, and Ohio gathered together in a Zoom room with Weaving instructor, Deb Essen, who was located in Montana and Chris Hitchcock (Workshops Chair) in California. This gathering...
2020 Creative Confinement Results

2020 Creative Confinement Results

Congratulations to CREATIVE CONFINEMENT Winners and Finalists. All of the entries can be reviewed at the links following the Winners and Finalists details. The competition had 2 parts – the OVERALL competition that included 160 entries from 13 guilds and the CHG...
CHG Demos

CHG Demos

Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild is frequently requested to provide demos of weaving at events.  This is an important part of our Educational mission – bringing a knowledge of weaving as craft and art to others and promoting the Guild as a resource for learning. ...
Sericulture: The Art of Raising Silk Worms to Produce Silk

Sericulture: The Art of Raising Silk Worms to Produce Silk

The CHG February Guild Meeting Program was presented by Cassie Dickson, weaver, spinner, natural dyer and raiser of silk worms! Cassie Dickson presented her work with silk – from eggs, to worms, to cocoons, silk and moths all made possible by careful tending and...
Weaving with Mohair? 2 words…Cowboy Magic!

Weaving with Mohair? 2 words…Cowboy Magic!

I’m on a mission, a mission from the fiber gods (and maybe my husband): I’m going to weave my stash – my knitting stash that is. After finishing a big double weave blanket I moved on to the finer things in my decades old yarn stash – a mohair...
THIS is why you join a guild…

THIS is why you join a guild…

After the meeting last month I decided to put the warp on my loom and get threading in anticipation of the Fall class on double weave. Several of us come to Room 1 on the weekends to get some weaving done (its fun, just make sure to check the calendar for weekend...

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