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Membership Application

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Membership is open to anyone interested in hand weaving and fiber arts. As a member, you are encouraged to participate in our meetings and events. 


Annual Dues (Jan - Dec)

Individual $25 (plus applicable online payment fee)

Family $30 (plus applicable online payment fee)

Note: Member information is included in the directory for dues received by January 1. Dues must be received by January 1 for participation in the Creative Hand event. 


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Benefits of Membership


Women Volunteers

Experienced weaving mentors are available to Guild members that can provide you with guidance in a way that makes sense while keeping your best interests in mind. Contact Jacqueline Jacobson via email at to request a mentor in your area.

Fellowship & Commumity

Group Lecture

The Guild fosters a community of like-minded creatives, and provides an opportunity to kindle friendships, and expand artistic skills. We reach out of a wide variety of individuals by providing weaving, spinning, and fiber art demonstrations to local groups, and organizations, and at events. 

See what we're up to this month >>


Donation Jar

The Guild offers an Educational Scholarship Program that provides financial assistance for classes, workshops, or seminars. The purpose of a scholarship is to enhance the applicant’s personal growth and enrich creativity within the Guild community.

Download a scholarship application >>

Dual Memberships

Balls of Knitting Thread

Your membership in the Weavers Guild automatically entitles you to memberships in the Fiber Guild of Greater Kansas City (non-voting) and the Kansas Alliance of Weavers and Spinners (KAWS). 

Go to Fiber Guild Website >>

Get Involved

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The Guild is organized around talented people who volunteer their time to serve on the board, participate in committees, and share their knowledge of the fiber arts. Please contact a board member if you would like to get involved in any way.

See who's on the board >>

Continuing Education


We continue to grow as fiber artists through workshops, and study groups. The Guild works with fiber artists, educators, and other non-profit organizations to host and facilitate workshops for our members.


Women Volunteers

The Guild maintains an extensive library of books, magazines, and videos for member use. 

See a list of books >>

Creative Hand


Our Creative Hand sales event showcases handmade items from members of both Guilds. This is the original pop-up shop, and it has been an annual event for over 30 years. 

Go to Creative Hand Website >>

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