New Hampshire Weavers Guild

April 2 - May 16, 2018   

266 N. Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

Please come and help the New Hampshire Weavers' Guild 
celebrate its 80th birthday.
This exhibit is free to the public.

On display will be many items handwoven by 
members of the Guild.  
Our members range from new weavers to very experienced 
professional weavers and weaving teachers.  
The items are sure to show the full range of potential
that handweaving allows us to bring to our art.

In addition, the Guild is currently working on a project to weave
blankets for the Linus Project to be donated to children and teens
in distress by firefighters, hospital personnel and others.
All of the blankets woven for donation will be on view.



Greetings for the New Year, 2018, the 80th Anniversary of the 

New Hampshire Weavers Guild!  

We are indeed fortunate to have the legacy of weavers 

who have gone before, paving the way for the Guild as we know it today.

            To celebrate our Anniversary, Kimball Jenkins has kindly offered 

to host a show of our work, in the mansion, from April 2 to May 16.

            Work will be collected at our March 21 meeting,

and must be accompanied by the Exhibition Contract and the Artwork Inventory

 that you will find in the newsletter and on our website.  

Work submitted does not have to be new, but can be.  

This Exhibit is an overview of the kinds of things we do, 

so there are no limits on what is shown, 

except that there must be a hand woven element.  

There will be no jurying and no prizes.

            A part of this exhibit will be the Project Linus blankets that 

we are all weaving.  Please add them to your inventory, 

or provide a separate Contract and Inventory for them.

            If you are unable to attend the March meeting, please ask a friend 

to deliver your items.  Hanging will take place on April 2, 

but labels will be prepared before that date.  

Please note that your exhibit can be for sale if you wish, 

Kimball Jenkins will handle the sale and delivery for a commission 

as noted in the Contract, but the price is determined by the weaver.

            The area is large, we have room for all to participate, 

and I look forward to welcoming everyone to show the public what we do.  

Please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Linda Lincoln,