Following the meeting and elections, a special event designed to enhance your creative potential will take place [click on event title for details].
Members are welcome to bring items to sell or barter, plus participate in a random weave mini-workshop following the potluck [click on event title for details]
Come to the Fiber Arts Fiesta either before or after the Noon meeting. No potluck. [Click event title for details.]
Following the regular meeting, attendees will have an opportunity to learn a 3-dimensional plating technique. [Click on event title for details.]
Attendees will have an opportunity to learn a variety of techniques to start a coiled basket. [Click on event title for more details.]
Find one of those unfinished projects and bring it to this meeting or a piece you need help with. BYO lunch (no potluck). [Click event title for more details.]
You'll have an opportunity to learn a about wood-burning on gourds at this meeting. [Click on event title for details.]
Short meeting & explore Fiber Arts Fiesta in Vista, CA [Click on event title for details.]
Bring UnFinished (UFO) project or item you need help to finish or start. [Click on event title for details.]
Bring UnFinished Project (UFO) to work on or bring item you need help with. [Click on event title for more details.]
Annual Meeting/Potluck & Garlic Basket Mini Workshop [Click event name for more details.]
Our December meeting is always a favorite of our members. It’s a great way to kick off the holiday season by bringing something special for the potluck.
If you want to participate in the annual members' gift exchange, bring a small hand-made gift to share with a fellow member (preferably something made by you). It’s always a “feast for the eyes” to see all the wonderful things that are unveiled as the gift exchange progresses.
Join the fun and shop for holiday gifts early at the annual Members’ Marketplace. Members are welcome to sell their artwork or basket/gourd related supplies at the November 6th meeting. (Your artwork or hand-crafted items do not need to be baskets or gourds.)
We all look forward to seeing what you bring to the table!