FOR SALE Drum Carder - Inwood Smith NSW, Fine teeth drum, in goodcondition 200.00 Drum Carder – Sleeping Beauty NZ, Mediumteeth drum, in good condition 200.00 Ph: Sally Whitmore0418893663 Four Shaft Floor Loom (John Wallace - folding pine) 12 & 14 dentreeds - 83cm. Texlov heddles 2 boat shuttles & various stickshuttles. Warping board. 250 ONO Ph: 9752 3992 PO Box 44Busselton 4 Shaft 48 Foot Loom 1978, Serial No 0649.00—including stool,boat shuttles, weaving sticks/rods, weights, warping board. Widthof reed 1270 mm. 300.00 Ph: Patsy Hills 9724 4922 8 shaft countermarche loom, approx 1.84 x 1.6m. Goodcondition. Photos available by email: email@example.com TelJudith 9446 4510 Ashford Elizabeth 2 Spinning Wheel with 6 bobbins and a LazyKate 195.00 ONO Ashford Kiwi Spinning Wheel with 3 Large bobbins 100.00 Wind wheel with 7 bobbins and a Lazy Kate 350.00 ONO.Includes handmade felted carry bag.For the last 3 items, contact Jo on 94473662 - (please leave nameand phone number if husband answers) Or Mobile - 0414782277.Guild members can advertise in the YarnSpinner (at no charge)any events or items for sale . Contact the editor at the Guildaddress or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Non members may advertisebut must pay 5 per line, in advance.SMALL TAPESTRIES EXHIBITIONThe YarnSpinnerVolume 43, No. 7August 2013Deadline for Contributions: Second Saturday of the monthSaturday 10th August 201311:00 am - Talk by Ruth Halbert (see p.5)Followed by a General MeetingTea and coffee available, as well as soup at 2 per mug.The Library and the Yarn Area will be open from 10.00amSaturday 24th August, 2013Spinning DayCome and show us what you have been doing and reading.There will be an Exhibition of small tapestries in Craft House fromSeptember 14th for about 3 weeks. The theme for these art works was"From the Mountains to the Sea". Some WA artists are among those whotook part. The annual challenge is to encourage tapestry weaving andweavers from Australia and New Zealand are welcome to join in. We arefortunate to have an opportunity to see these art works each year soENJOY. And tell others or bring friends too.Connie Ward20HANDWEAVERS’, SPINNERS’ AND DYERSGUILD OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA INCAlexander Park Craft HouseClyde RoadMenoraPhone: (08) 93705004 (with answer machine)Bring your current project, news and ideas. Beginners alwayswelcome.Tea and coffee provided but bring your own lunch.Library and Yarn Area will be open from 10.00am
Office Bearers and Convenors for 2013* indicates committee member indicates APCH Committee memberPRESIDENTVICE PRESIDENT12TREASURERSECRETARYCOMMITTEEJanet Allsworth*Jayne Lane*Candace Gibson*Sally Whitmore*Jenni Talbot*9407 90259342 00399474 967604188936639417 5197mob email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 33469408 email@example.comCOMMITTEEKeilo Wise*Margaret Groves* Charmaine Pedrick*COMMITTEEMargaret PC*9403 firstname.lastname@example.orgINFORMATIONSally nne McAdam*Margaret McKissockSue GreigJo Rhodes*6460 21029444 83089448 08409447 3662Anne.email@example.comEQUIPMENT HIRESue Greig9448 0840sue firstname.lastname@example.orgYARNSPINNER EDITORMEMBERSHIPSEvelyn Cousins*Evelyn Cousins*Jean LearyJune LynnMaureen WilkieVacant9446 70269446 70269386 56329310 21619444 email@example.com@iinet.net.au9409 68609342 00399403 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.comSHARING TABLEVacantYvonne SlyJayne Lane*Margaret PC*WEB PAGE EDITORCandace Gibson*9474 firstname.lastname@example.orgAUDITORDavid Williamspedrickc@aapt.net.auCONVENORSYARN AREARAS sue d.net.auThe Alexander Park Craft House Committee member representing theGuild for 2013 is:Margaret Groves2SUE JANE (Arvidson)Spinners, felters and tapestry weavers alike were saddened by the recentdeath of this former Guild member.While Sue lived in Perth, she was well known as a spinner, was one of theearly felters and became most proficient in that craft and was one of thefirst members to study the Warrnambool Tapestry weaving course. Sheassisted in weaving the Guild tapestry hanging in the Hall and was alsoinvolved with the current one.Sue moved to Nannup to live and became very involved with South Westcrafts people.Members of Bunbury craft Groups were tutored in tapestry weaving by Sue,their main success being a tapestry for the cathedral in Bunbury.The affection and respect friends had for Sue was very evident in thenumber of crafts people from metropolitan and country areas who attendedher funeral, many wearing a handmade item in remembrance.Connie WardAnne Field 30th April 1940 - 29th May 2013It is with deep sadness we advise that Anne died in her sleep on the 29th of May.Anne, a spinner, weaver, author and teacher inspired many through her textiles,books, teaching and mentoring. She wrote nine books including the popularAshford Book of Spinning and the Ashford Book of Four Shaft Weaving and herability to describe physical skills clearly and concisely ensured these books havebecome the foremost texts on the subjects.She was a foundation member of the Christchurch Guild of the Spinners, Weaversand Woolcraft Society and taught for over thirty years in New Zealand and abroad.Anne won several awards including the Creative New Zealand grant to study at theAnn Sutton Foundation in the UK and in 2001 was the first hand weaver to be madea Fellow of the Textile Institute (UK).For 22 years Anne wove at her studio in the Arts Centre of Christchurch until thebuilding was badly damaged in the 2011 earthquakes. But Anne continued weavingfrom home, producing her beautiful work including her magnificent alpaca, silk andMerino fabric in surface weave exhibited at the Creative Fibre Festival in April thisyear. As Anne wrote just before she died "I have had a very productive and usefullife. Remember that bit. Luck with husband, family and friends. Lots of love".Farewell, Anne, you will be greatly missed.The Ashford Club19
Craft House Guild GroupsPROJECT OF THE YEAR - Oz Design & ColourCompetition CategoriesSPINNING Any article from handspun yarn:a)5 ply or under—equivalent to 14 wraps per inchb)over 5 ply—equivalent to less than 14 wpiKUMIHIMO GROUPKumihimo Braiders meet on the first Thursday of each month from 10am to 1pm.Beginners are welcome. Contact Audrey Ford 93045231.TAPESTRY GROUPContact Stephanie Cantoni 93858774SPINNING GROUPWEAVINGa)b)loom weavingoff-loom weavingSpinners meet at Craft House on the fourth Saturday of each month from 10:00 am.Beginners are very welcome. Members share their knowledge with each other. Libraryand Yarn areas are open.KNITTING/CROCHETa)b)handspuncommercially spun animal or plant fibre yarn (not manmade)Bring your lunch and your spindle or spinning wheel. The Guild equipment, includingcarders, drum carder, various spinning wheels, electric wheels and dye equipment, isavailable for use by members.In-house Weavers (Tues group)FELTINGDYEINGNatural or chemical dyes permitted. The entry may be a skein ofcommercial or handspun wool and will be judged on the qualityof dyeing only.GROUP ENTRY Entry is open to Financial members of the Guild and members of financialaffiliated groups. There is no limit to the number of entries Items may be entered in more than one category—e.g. Part of a group entrymay also be an individual entry in one or both spinning or dyeing categoriesTrophies are awarded as follows:SPINNINGCecile Dorwood TrophyWEAVINGLyn Waring TrophyFELTINGBarbara Frew TrophyGROUP ENTRYTurner Cottage Trophy (donated by Frank & Isobel McKay)PRESIDENT’S CHOICEClock (donated by Joy Skinner)POPULAR VOTEAnne Rain TrophyThe form
and phone number if husband answers) Or Mobile - 0414782277. Guild members can advertise in the YarnSpinner (at no charge) any events or items for sale . Contact the editor at the Guild address or at email@example.com. Non members may advertise but must pay 5 per line, in advance. SMALL TAPESTRIES EXHIBITION
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