The Weaving Way Community

Dear Weaving Friends,

With the increasing understanding of how this over-digitalized world is affecting our mental and physical health, the vital importance of traditional arts and techniques as an antidote is becoming increasingly apparent.

With more people looking to hand weaving as a means to reconnect with their creativity, it feels a natural step to create a community among those of us who practice this technique to allow us to support one another.

The Weaving Way Community is a free group which meets once a month via Zoom to allow practitioners from all over the world to come together and share stories.

A safe space where weavers can feel connected to their peers, the community is open to all levels of hand weaving experience who would like to meet with others and share their creative process.

Meetings take place from 1-2pm (PT) / 4-5pm (ET). Here are the upcoming dates and guest speakers:

- Saturday, April 20th with Renee Van Hoy: "Crafting Through Life's Challenges"

- Saturday, May 18th with Candis Collick

- Saturday, June 29th with Deborah Jean Cohen, where she will speak about her new book

- Saturday, July 27th with Carrie and Daniel Titlow, who will speak about designing and weaving as a duo

- Saturday, August 3rd with Terri Frantz, who will speak about what inspires her and her interest in decorating the surface of the weaving

- Saturday, September 21 with Julie Hue, who will speak about Potholder Charting with Desmos

- Saturday, October 19th with Linda Smith Gurganus

- Saturday, November 9th with Linda Arandas, who will talk about making beautiful items with your weaving loops off the loom

- Saturday, December 7th with Matthew Cavalletto

If you would like to join one of the sessions, please send me your name and email address via my Connect page. I will be sure to put you on the list to receive the relevant zoom link.

NEW: You can now purchase recordings of previous Weaving Way Community meetings via the Weaving Way Community Library. Click here to see which recordings are available.

With care,