Home Handweavers Guild of Nashville exists to preserve the historic craft of handweaving, and to promote and teach handweaving to current and future generations.
Fiber to Fabric

Meetings are usually the third Saturday of the month, September through May.  With a membership of about 60, the Guild attracts members from throughout middle Tennessee and as far away as Kentucky and northern Alabama.  Most meetings feature a program on some aspect of fiber arts.  In addition the Guild sponsors several workshops each year, taught by nationally recognized teachers, as well as by the Guild’s own members.
Guild members demonstrate their craft locally and regionally at schools, scout groups, historic sites and craft fairs.  A unique demonstration was offered August 22, 2009 at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville.  Visit Fiber to Fabric for more information.

Founded in 1974, the Guild met at various locations around Nashville.  The 
Handweavers Guild of Nashville is affiliated with Handweavers Guild of America at www.weavespindye.org.

For more information on the Handweavers Guild of Nashville please contact info@handweaverstn.org. You can also visit us on Facebook at Handweavers Guild of Nashville.