Tag Archives: Karen Agee

Achieving Excellence and Mastery

We all know people who we look up to as being skilled at their craft, but we may not know what goes into officially becoming an Excellent or a Master craftsperson. Our very own Guild member, Nancy Simet, has earned … Continue reading

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New Looms for Weaving in the Schools 

It’s been an exciting time for the Guild’s Weaving in the Schools program. With the addition of eight new four harness table looms, the old two harness looms can be retired. Read more about about it here.

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May 2016 Virginia Olson Awards

A highlight of the May meeting is the Virginia Olson competition, named in honor of a longtime member who nurtured and encouraged others. This year the theme “It’s a Small World” was chosen by committee members Judi Langholz, Elaine Lawler, … Continue reading

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May 2015 Meeting

Two important things happen during the May meeting: the election of officers and the Virginia Olson Competition. This year’s elections were for secretary and treasurer. Rosemary Tobin agreed to continue as treasurer, and Noël Rozum Neff was elected to the … Continue reading

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October 2014 Meeting

The topic of October’s meeting was “How Spinning Wheels Work and What’s Wrong When They Don’t.” Karen Agee started the discussion by distributing an example of a spinning wheel troubleshooting guide and challenging members to begin compiling a collection of … Continue reading

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