About the Guild

The Weavers Guild of Greater Kansas City was organized in 1954 to promote hand weaving, spinning and fiber arts. Our mission is to further the art and interest in hand weaving and related fiber arts for members and the public. We do this by conducting regular meetings, demonstrations, and workshops in basic and advanced techniques. We warmly welcome newcomers and all levels of proficiency and areas of interest in the fiber arts.

Meet our Board Members

Jacqueline Jacobson, President

Jacqueline loves many textile crafts, but her main love is weaving. She bought her first loom 20 years ago--a 4 harness Leclerc from Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. It belonged to a woman who had purchased it, warped it once and passed before she could weave on it. Jacqueline's second floor loom is an 8 harness Baby Wolf purchased locally from a widower who was selling it after his wife purchased it, warped it once and passed before she could weave on it. Jacqueline considers that she weaves for both of these ladies with every warp that goes on these looms. 

Lynette Beebe, First Vice President, Programs

Lynette weaves, spins, and creates in mixed media. Yarn, fabric, design, expression, and experimentation is what her current art work is about. The tools that she loves using are the spinning wheel, sewing machine, small and large looms, and classroom art equipment.

Kathryn Worley, Second Vice President, Newsletter

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Marcia Harvey, Third Vice President, Workshops

Lori Deason, Secretary

Lori has been weaving since 2015 on a 4 harness floor loom.  Her quest for learning about all thing fiber-related is apparent in her passion for weaving, spinning, knitting and crochet.  She is thankful to have found this fiber community. 

Janet Meddings, Treasurer & Website

Janet has been weaving for 40 years on an AVL 16-harness, production, dobby loom. She creates wearable art called "sharf"--part shawl, part scarf. She also weaves fabric up to 45" wide and 10-35 yards long for other projects. Janet has recently learned how to make Temari balls--a Japanese embroidery technique.  

Many Have Served Since 1954

Many talented and dedicated individuals have served the Guild as president over the years. See who has been a part of the Guild since its founding in 1954. 

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Weavers Guild of Greater Kansas City
P.O. Box 7098
Kansas City, MO 64113

weaversguild@gmail.com

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