Current SWS Events
Dye Day 2018
This event will be held at 119 Queen St., Aylesbury, SK.
It is on the corner of Queen St. and Ottawa Ave. Google Maps is wrong about the location, but Apple Maps is correct. Please refer to the map on the home page. Bring something to share for a potluck lunch and a plate, cutlery and cup/mug. Registration is not required but we do need to know how many are coming. Please email Shelley if you are coming. We will be arranging car pools.
Other Upcoming Events
This section will list any events that would be of interest to our members. If you know of any such event please email the webmaster with photos and details by clicking here.
SWS Fibre Awards
SWS sponsors a Fibre Award for the Dimensions Exhibit hosted by the Saskatchewan Craft Council.
Past SWS Exhibits
A show organized by the Saskatoon Spinners and Weavers Guild. It describes a piece of Saskatchewan history from the late 1930's and early 1940's. With a view to help farm families be more self sufficient, the Searle Grain company helped prairie women learn to weave.
The exhibit was held at the Saskatchewan Craft Council in Saskatoon from Sep 15 to Oct 28, 2017.
Selected weaving on display illustrated the weaving drafts of Oscar Beriau, the man who shaped and develop the program.
Its Our Nature In 2011 and 2012 this show, curated by Emelie toured the province to venues arranged by each guild.
100 Years of Common Threads 2006 curated by Cathryn Miller and included historical works from various collections across the province. This opened at the Saskatchewan Craft Council and toured across the province.
The Great Saskatchewan Scarf Show 2003 opened at Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery in Saskatoon and toured to other Saskatchewan galleries including Traditions Handcraft Gallery in Regina.
Prairie Inspirations 2000 premiered at Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery in Saskatoon and toured through the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils.
Blue Plus 1994-1995 held at various Saskatchewan galleries including Sask Power's Gallery on the Roof in Regina.