Salt Lake City Area of Northern Utah

The Mary Meigs Atwater Weaving Guild meets in the Salt Lake City area of Utah.

The guild normally meets on the 2nd Thursday each month, 6:30 PM, at the South Valley Unitarian Church, 6876 South Highland Drive (NW corner by KFC at 2000 East and 7200 South). This date is changed as necessary for special events and speakers, so be sure and check the newsletter.

December 10 2020 Show and Tell Slides

February 11 2021 Show and Tell Slides

March 11 2021 Show and Tell Slides

April 8 2021 Show and Tell Slides

Apr 14 2022 Guild Meeting

Bow weaving by Catherine Marchant

At our April Guild meeting, we will be learning about bow weaving. A bow loom is a rudimentary loom made with a dowel. The warp is stretched from one end of the dowel to the other end, bending the dowel to put tension on it. A bow loom provides a simple way to make bands, shoelaces, or cords.

We will be adding beads to the weavings we create at the Guild meeting. Most materials will be provided, but you can bring 3/2 cotton and 6/0 beads if you want a particular color. Also, please bring scissors, a darning or yarn needle with an eye that fits 3/2 cotton, and a bead mat (a washcloth works).

May 12 2022 Guild Meeting

Challenge reveal and ReNee's Rugs by Juliette Lanvers and ReNee Page

Jun 11 2022 Guild Meeting

Potluck and dye vat by Maureen Wilson and Jill Dahle

Southwest Utah Branch

A southwest Utah branch of the guild meets in St George, UT.

The branch meets on the third Monday of every month at 5:30 pm at a members house from September to April.

See Southwest Utah Branch for more information.