Monday, May 21, 2018

The June guild meeting will deviate from the usual meeting places 
& be a bit of a field trip.  Members should check their email for directions.

Otherwise, plan on joining the Guild for the next regularly meeting

Saturday, July 14th at 11 AM
Serendipity Fibers
Huntingburg, Indiana

The May meeting exhibited a lot of work, as well as a lot of visiting - it's amazing in that small group that members discovered who was related to whom!  


Melody works on a sculpted sheep while Libby cuts wool to work on her yardstick cover.
In the background, Sheila & Barb.  

Sug & Kathy came to visit & supervise!  

Sheila begins work on a new piece while Barbara visits & joins in the supervision.  

Janice works on the background for her pear.
Sharon & Anne work on their pieces.  

Judy's flowers continue to grow, while the upper portion of the picture
show's an outline of Sue's new piece.

Sharon working on what will be her second sunflower pillow, in the background Anne continues work on her basket of flowers from last month.

Sharon's piece, just a bit more background to go!  

Hope everyone enjoys the May weather!

Memorial Day  

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The May meeting of the Guild will be held

Saturday, May 12 at 11 AM
Serendipity Fibers
Huntingburg, Indiana

Hope to see you there!

Since spring may eventually get here, Anne's basket of posies is a timely work!

This blue bird is patiently waiting on Sharon to finish the sunflower so it can get some seeds.
Since the round shapes are sometimes called cat's paws, 
could Judy be working on pussy willow?

The other flowers on Judy's rug.
A-pear-antly Janice likes her fruits as previous she was working on a pear tree 
and this month it's a paisley pear.

Inch by inch, Libby's yardstick cover grows!

Taa-daa! Or perhaps that should be cock-a-doodle-doo!
The dump-dye roosters are finally home to roost!  
Both Sharon & Sue have competed their roosters that they started during a class 
with Gene Shepard at the ATHA Convention.