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Hotwheels is a small non profit guild interested in all fiberarts. Meetings are at the farm of one of the founding members. Persons interested in attending a meeting can send a message to the facebook page.
Meeting Dates & Times: The second Sunday of the month from 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Address: email for directions
City/State: Hillsborough/Durham, NC 27278
Contact Person: use facebook page
We are a sister guild to the Northeast Feltmakers Guild. A few of us have moved south and want to spread the gift of feltmaking to our southern sisters (and brothers). We are gathering members on Facebook and currently there is no fee to join. If you are an experienced feltmaker, please sign up with us and you can also join the NEFG and take part in their meetings and challenges.
Meeting Dates & Times: Everything is online for now. More information coming.
We hope to be hosting some classes in the near future.
Address: 96 Glenhaven Rd E
City/State: Washington, NC 27889
Contact Person: Elise Miller
Other Sites: Our sister guild website https://northeastfeltmakersguild.org/
The Ol’ North State Knitting Guild informs and inspires knitters in the Raleigh region through educational, service, and social opportunities. Monthly meetings feature programs from fiber professionals and seasoned knitters. Knitters of all levels are welcome.
Meeting Dates & Times: 2nd Monday of every month at the NC State Crafts Center 6:30 Casual show and tell 7:00 Meeting presentation Occasionally we have a skill session a 6:00 that is announced on the Meetup group.
Address: 210 Jensen Drive
City/State: Raleigh, NC 27606
Contact Person: Guild Board
The Association of Traditional Hooking Artists (ATHA) is an international fellowship of fiber artists that fosters individuality in rug hooking. The Piedmont Rug Hookers Chapter of ATHA was formed in Piedmont North Carolina area as a non profit guild devoted to the education and promotion of the fiber art of traditional rug hooking. Our program offerings include speakers, demonstrations, group project workshops, rug hooking retreats, and sharing our love of the traditional art of rug hooking. Members range in skill levels from masters to beginners. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in rug hooking.
Website: http://piedmontrughookers.blogspot.com and https://www.atharugs.com/chapters/region-5/piedmont-rug-hookers
Facebook: Piedmont Rug Hooking Guild
Meeting Dates & Times: The third Saturday of each month September through June. Meeting time is 10 AM to 2 PM
Address: 100 Whipporwill Lane
City/State: Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Contact Person: Cathy Cosens
Additional Info: We have several certified rug hooking teachers who are members of our group who are a great resource for lessons and supplies such as patterns, hand dyed wool and linen backing.
We are the Guild where friends and fiber meet, where beginners are nurtured and the more experienced among us are challenged. If you are a weaver, spinner dyer, textile artist, knitter, crocheter or just love fiber, please join us. We guarantee you will be completely at home in our guild. Our mission is three-fold: To preserve our fiber heritage, to foster creativity in a supportive atmosphere and, finally, to encourage education both among ourselves and the general public.
Meeting Dates & Times: We meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:45 p.m. in the lobby of the Horticultural Building at Sandhills Community College, and following refreshments and a brief business meeting, we move into the classroom for our program.
Address: The Horticultural Visitors Center, Sandhills Community College, Airport Road
City/State: Pinehurst, NC 28374
Contact Person: Jacqueline P. Stewart
Sir Walter’s Lacers is an informal group that meets at the Mordecai Visitor Center on the first Tuesday of each month from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. Sir Walter’s Lacers is affiliated to the North Carolina Regional Lacers which is a Charter Chapter of the International Organization of Lace, Inc.. We welcome anyone interested in learning to make Bobbin Lace to join us on any first Tuesday of the month. We will be demonstrating Bobbin Lace on both days of the Fiber Fest. There will be lace pillows set up so visitors can try their hand at this beautiful art.
Meeting Dates & Times: First Tuesday of the month at the Mordecai Visitor Center from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Address: 1 Mimosa St
City/State: Raleigh, NC 27604
Contact Person: Prabha Ramakrishnan
We’re a group of tatters located in & around central North Carolina who have been meeting monthly to tat & talk since October of 2007. We usually meet monthly at the Cameron Village Regional Library in Raleigh. We do several public tatting demonstrations each year. We welcome shuttle and needle tatters, beginners and experienced, right- and left-handers, young & young-at-heart, men & women! Come to the knotty side of fiber arts!
Meeting Dates & Times: We meet one Saturday each month from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm at the Cameron Village Regional Library in Raleigh, NC. Dates vary depending on the availability of a library meeting room. Check the group’s Facebook page for meeting dates or contact Anitra Stone to be added to the mailing list to receive meeting announcements.
Address: Cameron Village Regional Library (where we meet) 1930 Clark Avenue
City/State: Raleigh, NC 27605
Contact Person: Anitra Stone (keeper of the group’s email list)
Twisted Threads Fiber Arts Guild encompasses all aspects of fiber arts and seeks to provide fiber artists with education and communication to advance the quality of workmanship and creativity in their fiber endeavors. The Guild meets several times each month to discuss, share, educate, laugh, and eat as members ply their crafts. Meetings offer a warm and open environment to show-and-tell, to learn or to demonstrate skills, and to find or to give help with projects. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Members come from all over the Triangle area.
Other Sites: (Ravelry, etc) https://www.ravelry.com/groups/twisted-threads-raleigh
Meeting Dates & Times: The primary meeting is the third Thursday of every month except December, 7-10 PM, at NC State University Crafts Center. All crafts are welcome, but this is the only meeting where there is always room for wheels. It also includes the guild’s monthly business meeting. Visitors and non-members are always welcome. Our other regular meeting is on the second Saturday of most months. It takes place in members’ homes and we try to schedule it around our membership area so that everyone has a few meetings that are close to home. Space varies, and so do times, but it always includes the hours from 1-3 PM.
Address: NCSU Crafts Center, 210 Jensen Dr
City/State: Raleigh, NC 27606
Contact Person: use Ravelry or Facebook
Triangle Weavers Guild provides community outreach and shared learning experiences to those engaged in Fiber Arts. Its mission is to support fiber artists at every level of experience. Membership is open to anyone interested in weaving, spinning, felting, color and dyeing, basketry, knitting, and surface design.
Meeting Dates & Times: General membership meetings with educational programs given by noted artisans are the 4th Thursday of the month at the Seymour Center, 2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill. Open Drop-ins are held at our Triangle Fiber Arts Center, 3717 Murphy School Road, Durham, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 1-4 pm.
Address: PO Box 3055
City/State: Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Contact Person: Peggy Sanford