Study Group 2019/2020

This year's Study Group focus will be on Double Weave - any approach, including deflected double weave.

Double Weave Study Group

This year's study group topic is Double Weave led by Phyllis Murray! You can choose any type of double weave structure or approach, including the hot new topic of deflected double weave! More specific information about the study group will be published soon!

Study Group 2019/2020

This year's Study Group focus will be on the Stubenitsky Code by Marian Stubenitsky..

Study Group Meeting

September 9, 2019
We will kick off the the 2019/2020 Stubenitsky Code Group - email for more info, you can jump in at any time:

The subject of this years study will be the the Stubenitsky Code. It is an interesting method of design developed on many structures you are already familiar with and will appeal to to new and experienced weavers with 4, 8, or more harnesses. I recommend buying the book, though if you want to look it over, the guild does have a copy that you can check out for one month.You can contact Phyllis Murry at if you would like to join the group. More information will be presented at the September 7th guild meeting.

Study Group 2018/2019

This year's Study Group focus will be on the Theo Moorman Technique..

The 2018/2019 Study Group focused on the Theo Moorman Technique. Theo Moorman created monumental commissioned works by using a technique that she created as an easier alternative to traditional tapestry weaving. Using a 2 warp system on a floor loom, the Moorman Technique is a method of inlaying weft yarns using a tie down system of warp yarns. Here are a couple of examples of Theo Moorman explorations by our Guild members.

Study Group 2018

The 2018 Study Group topic was tied weaves. Led by Phyllis Murray, the participants explored tied weaves and interpreted them with their own unique vision.