Virtual meetings, though not ideal, allow us to invite teachers from all over the country. 
Check out our upcoming classes!
 
April 10, 2021
 
This month we have two separate meetings planned.

First, our usual monthly meeting via Jitsi at 10 am.

Later that day we have a special online program.
Noted weaver and teacher Daryl Lancaster will present "Great Garments from Handwoven Cloth"
 
This presentation will be via Zoom. Members will receive their Zoom link via e-mail before the meeting.
 
Also-- 

May 8: Deb Essen, "Intro to Profile Drafting.
 
Stay tuned for details!
The Paumanok Weavers Guild meets monthly on the second Saturday of the month unless otherwise noted. Exact dates can be found on the left. 
 
Although we do not meet in person our guild is still active. Our meetings are conducted virtually via Jitsu and include most of our usual activities. 
 
Most meetings begin at 10 am with a brief business meeting. Announcements about weaving events, textiles, etc. may be made by anyone attending. If anyone wishes to ask a weaving question or get advice this is the appropriate forum. We also have a “show and tell”  And our virtual format allows members to show us any current projects that are still on the loom.
 
This is followed by the featured speaker or program. Many weaving teachers have kept pace with the current times and are offering virtual talks and lessons. Details will appear on the left. Stay tuned!
 
Our Guild Library is still housed at the Suffolk County Historical Society. More details on how to access at our meetings.