Monday, July 13, 2015

Fiber Guild Exhibit - revisited


I dropped some paperwork off in Fort Washakie on Thursday, and while I was there, I snapped some quick photos of the Fiber Guild exhibit with my phone. In a previous post, I showed the items that I submitted for the exhibit.


Lorre Hoffman did an awesome job of displaying the variety of items that were submitted.




Guild members are talented in a variety of areas - spinning, weaving, felting, sewing, knitting. 


I am pleased that the Guild was invited to host an exhibit in the Frank B. Wise Business Plaza and hope the members will consider another exhibit in the future.


8 comments:

  1. Nice!! A few years ago I had the opportunity to visit the Royal Opera House (London) textile department. You would have loved it! I'm not an expert or even a novice, but it was the most fascinating thing to me.

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  2. Very nice exhibit. That is a great opportunity for the members to showcase their talents, and to possibly lure some new members.

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  3. The exhibit turned out very nice.
    Hopefully it is the first of many!

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  4. Did Nancy Kay make the felted gnome?????

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  5. What a wonderful exhibit to visit! I really like the jacket in the first photo!

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  6. Oh wow, I would have loved to visit that exhibit.

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  7. You got great pictures of the displays. Nice post!! I am so pleased with the way everything was hung...Lorre did a great job.

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  8. What a wonderful job Lorre did with the displays. You all should be proud of your work. It is nice to see all the variety. Love the sheep! (I'm a sucker for a soft animal.) Thanks for sharing all of these.

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