Saturdays and Sundays
May 11 – 12 & 18 – 19, 2019
11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Stop #167 2802 Benbrook Dr. Austin, TX 78757
The Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin is happy to be joining WEST, the Austin-wide studio tour, again this year.
We will feature weaving, spinning, dyeing, and felting demonstrations, as well as exhibits of works by the Weavers & Spinners Society of Austin members including:
Sarah Monger – Handthrown pottery decorated with llama, sheep, cats. Blending boards.
Linda Yeatts – Handwoven clothing, wraps and accessories. Functional, wearable art.
Sharon Bramblett – Handspun yarns, triaxial weavings, triangle woven shawls.
Beverly Rose Studio – Functional & stylish household textiles from natural fibers.
Rachele Whalen – Debouillet merino fiber, white, very soft pencil roving.
Susan Lu – Handcrafted items from re-purposed materials. Saori style weaving.
Serena Hernandez – Unique hand dyed natural fibers from Spin and Dye in Texas.
Sidne Tiemann – Framed and unframed art work, mixed media , drawings, water colors, hand woven pot holders.
The Austin Fiber Artists – Intriguing items of fiber art: quilts, wall art, wearables, more.
WSSA is also happy to welcome guest artist John Williams, to our WEST 2019 venue
Demonstrations of weaving, eco-dyeing and dyeing, sewing, spinning textured art yarns
The Master Weavers Study Group and The Textured Art Yarns Spinning Study Group will have exhibits featuring several of the weavers we have studied, and yarns we have made.
And don’t forget Weaving and Spinning supply garage sale!
We (Whirl’d Works Farm) will not personally be attending the show due to other commitments, but our wonderful Debouillet Fine Wool Pencil Roving will be on display and available for purchase.
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