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The Inland Empire Handweavers Guild is an organization dedicated to the arts of weaving, spinning and dyeing. We believe in fostering the diverse world of these arts through mentoring, sharing and taking joy in the fiber arts. 

The October issue of Reed & Weave is now available!

Our September meeting will be held on Monday, the 15th. Where: See newsletter for location.

 

 

 

This month:  Dianne Totten. The meeting date has changed to October 15th due to the Columbus Day Holiday. “One Weaver’s Journey” presented by Dianne Totten, through a PowerPoint presentation, Dianne will share her approach to designing and sewing one-of-a-kind garments and will share highlights of what she learned along the way. After 3 decades of weaving ‘flat’ cloth, her extensive exploration into what she named crimp cloth has opened up a whole new weaving world of possibilities. Beginning with Fortuny, see what other fashions designers have created with similar looking cloth, then see Dianne’s garments that flatter your figure, the shawls that won’t slide off your shoulders, and scarves that can serve a dual purpose. This is a technique that will inspire you to jump not your “stash”
and start creating this magic fabric. Read the newsletter for details. Click on the cover to download your copy, or visit the Newsletters page for current and past issues. Be sure to explore the website and give us your feedback. IEHG.org is a tool for you to use to stay up to date on all the latest guild information. Questions? Email us at info@IEHG.org or visit one of our meetings the 2nd Monday of each month at 9:00 am (September through June), the San Bernardino County Museum, 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, CA.