Friday, November 9, 2012

November Meeting of Palmetto Fiber Arts Guild

Hmmm, Holidays are coming fast. Are you looking for a special gift for someone? Here's an idea.

Everyone is invited to bring as much of a variety of your yarn stash as possible with the intention of sharing. We're talking a REAL variety. . . bright, drab, fancy, plain, embellished, beloved, even some of your "Why did I buy that??" yarn. We want shiny, smooth, fuzzy, lumpy, commercial and handspun.

Expand your definition of yarn and bring ribbon, torn sari silk, fishing line, Christmas tinsel. . . anything that makes a line. The more colors the better. And bring scissors.

From our shared stashes we will fabricate beautiful scarves. The method is deliciously simple. The idea comes to us from Barbara Vanselow who saw it in a high-end boutique in Asheville.

Also, we will elect officers for the coming year. Please be thinking about how you might serve for the coming year -- and your ideas about what would make next year a good fiber guild year for you.

See you Saturday, Nov. 17, 1:00 - 3:00 at the Bee's Landing Recreation Center.

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