Weavers are currently helping to make textile pansies which will become part of a banner. The banner will be paraded with other city’s designs on 10th June in London. Very exciting indeed.
Here are a few of us at the Central Library in Coventry on 17th of February 2018.
We demonstrated woven Spring flowers using simple weaving sticks. A good day and plenty of takers.
Beautifully made, could be useful to store weaving sticks, pencils etc. Grand job Linda!
We will be demonstrating woven Spring flowers at the Central Library from 11a.m. till 3 p.m. on Saturday 17th February. Come and see us and have a go. No charge and feel free to take your woven floral creation home with you
The Workshop is open again, Monday 10-12.30 and Thursday 10-12.30
Here are the dates for the Weavers’ House Open Days 2018
Saturday 14 April
Sunday 6 May Heritage Crafts Day
Saturday 16 June
Sunday 22 July Tudor Games Day
Saturday 18 August
Heritage Open Days, from 10 – 4pm
Saturday 15 September and Sunday 16 September
Suggested latest entry time is 3.30pm.
Please note that there is no entry to the solar (upstairs room containing the loom) on Heritage Open Days
The Weavers’ Workshop will be closed tomorrow due to bad weather conditions.
Stay warm and safe.
The Weavers’ Workshop will be closed from the 14th of December (last public drop-in) and re-open on Thursday 4th January 2018.
May I wish all our members, supporters and people who drop in to see us a Very Merry Christmas and a Peaceful and Happy New Year.
For our Christmas project, we made 45 hats to be donated to Carriers of Hope. Ingrid kindly donated an extra five. The hats were for the young and old in a variety of colours and styles. The yarn was kindly paid for by the Bethel Church, Coventry.
Ingrid went along to Carriers of Hope yesterday and presented the hats. They were very appreciative, thanked us profusely and send greetings and best wishes to Weaver’s Workshop.
Founder and chair of Carriers of Hope, Coventry Sue Sampson is accepting the box of hats in the first photo.
Gwen visits the Weavers’ Workshop regularly and she has woven this gorgeous little family of Snow people.
Well done Gwen.