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The photos from last year’s Color Challenge have been posted. As always, our incredibly talented members have produced a variety of beautiful interpretations based on the colors in our guild logo. Please check them out at Color Challenge 2022 – … Continue reading
We are turning to the rich colors of the Dutch Masters, specifically the painting A Vase of Flowers by Margareta Haverman. Learn more about this artist and her work at https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436634 Each member will create something (in secret) using the … Continue reading
The Carolina Spinners, Weavers, and Knitters Guild will hold its first meeting of 2022 on Saturday January 8 at 10:30 am at Grace Episcopal Church, 1315 Lyttleton Street, in Camden. After our business meeting and show and tell we will … Continue reading
Our color challenge this year is based on sky photos. Member Wendy Koehler did a great job of collecting photos for us to select at random – no peeking!! Last year’s Bird Challenge really brought out our member’s creativity, so … Continue reading
We had so much fun with out Crayon Challenge last year that we’ve decided to have a color challenge every year. This year member Cindy Babcock printed color photos of birds – nature’s little show-offs! – and we each blindly … Continue reading
Our guild was delighted to take part in this year’s Spring Shearing Farm Day at Old McCaskills Farm. Debby and Lisa were there with their spinning wheels.
As a fun project for this year, our program chair Rosemary Lytle had us do a Crayon Project. Pretty simple – draw 3 random crayons blindly from a bag, then create something using those colors! We drew our crayons in … Continue reading
Several Guild members went on this tour in Newberry, and it was a big hit! Here are some photos.
On April 25, the guild had an outing to the Sea Ayre Suri Alpaca farm, about 35 miles south of Columbia. A good time was had by all, and everyone went home with alpaca fiber! Click on any thumbnail to … Continue reading