New Hampshire Weavers Guild

The New Hampshire Weavers Guild was established in 1938 to promote hand weaving throughout NH. We now function as a 150+ member nonprofit educational organization dedicated to an appreciation of weaving and textile arts.

Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of 
September, October, November, March, April and May

Workshops (pay) and Weavers Helping Weavers (free) at 10am                
Afternoon Program (free) at 1pm, all at

Kimball-Jenkins School of Art Estate
266 North Main Street
Concord, NH  03301
What's New?


Books donated to NHWG by the estate of Barbara Bennett
were sold and $600 raised for the Guild.  
Thank You!

Ripley Guild Challenge INTAKE FORM
for NEWS 2019 Table Show
Form and Information HERE

Proposed Budget for 2019-2020

New Books and Samples Books
in the Library, See Listings

We are now on Facebook 
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The April meeting included an afternoon program by Sandra Rux, curator at the Warner House in Portsmouth, NH, entitled "Recreating an 18th Century "Stained" Wall Hanging".  After research pointed to this type of wall hanging originally in the 1716-era house, Sandra woven a course linen base and Jeffrey Hopper, the Director, painted or "stained" it with water colors in the style of the time.  Sandra brought the hanging for us to see.  Here she is with Jill Hunter, NHWG Vice-President and the hanging.