Welcome to the website of the
SOUTH CUMBERLAND FIBER GUILD
Our Guild is open to spinners, weavers, knitters, crocheters, felters, rug hookers,  shepherds, plant fiber growers and others interested in the art and craft of fiber and textiles. 
We meet monthly for workshops, field trips, demonstrations for the public, or to gather
just to spin, knit, crochet or work on a "project-in-progress."
Please browse our pages to learn more about who we are and what we do.

WE WELCOME ANYONE WHO ENJOYS WORKING WITH  FIBER TO JOIN US!
South
Cumberland
  Fiber Guild
Check out our Photo Pages
to see pictures of some of our
Guild events.
Web design by V. Wingert © 2008-2017 at Homestead

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER!!

The SOUTH CUMBERLAND FIBER GUILD
will meet at the Shippensburg Library Annex 
on Saturday, March 18th, at 10:15 AM.
The project for this month is to make a Triangle (Tetra) Bag.
Click here for details.
As always, if you do not wish to make the bag, bring a current project
that you are working on and enjoy time with your fiber friends.

REMINDER: Your yearly dues of $12 are now PAST due.

For further information, contact Dottie at
     dottiek@southcumberlandfiberguild.com




 
  A VISIT TO A CASHMERE MILL...

https://player.vimeo.com/video/
197797743?autoplay=1

UPCOMING EVENTS:

April 21st–23rd:  MAPACA Jubilee Alpaca Show
  (Mid-Atlantic Alpaca Association)
http://www.mapaca.org/pages/jubileeshow/generalinfo.html
Apr. 29thPowhatan Fiber Festival - Powhatan, VA
http://www.powhatansfestivaloffiber.com/default.htm
May 6th & 7thMD Sheep & Wool Festival - West Friendship, MD
http://sheepandwool.org

Spinning on a GLASS spinning wheel! 
The wheel is a kinetic sculpture made from hand-blown and
hot-sculpted soft glass. 
Amazing!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
=lzYB1o9YRUc&feature
=player_embedded
Ornaments from
the Guild's
2016 exchange.

2016 CHARITY PROJECT hats and scarves.
THANK YOU
to everyone who contributed!
C A N C E L L E D

"Weaving Tradition: How Tweed Keeps a
  Community’s Heritage Alive" (the revival of the
  weaving of authentic HARRIS TWEED)
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/short-film-showcase/weaving-tradition-
how-tweed-keeps-a-communitys-heritage-alive?sf62796436=1