Members of the Handspinners and Weavers Guild of South Australia
have been spinning, weaving and crafting since 1963.

Click on any heading in the navigation bar on the left to find out more about the Guild

or visit us - first Saturday of each month (Guild Meetings, from 10:30am)

or Wed & Sat 11-3 or Sundays 1-4 when the Little Glory Gallery is open.

The photograph above shows our display of tapestries woven by Guild members

at the Stitches & Craft Fair in Adelaide in 2015.

Would you like to join the Guild? 

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The Guild Hall and Little Glory Gallery

are located at:

196 South Road, Mile End, South Australia.

(A parking lot is at the rear of the complex, accessed from Lurline Street.)

The Guild's postal address is:

PO Box 163,

Torrensville Plaza, South Australia 5031

and phone number is: (08) 8352 4843

and email address is:

The Little Glory Gallery is open:

Wednesdays & Saturdays from 11am to 3pm & Sundays from 1 to 4pm.

The Little Glory Gallery is now closed for a Christmas break.
It will reopen on 14 Jan 2018.

(Please note: Because it is not air-conditioned,

the Gallery is closed if the temperature is forecast to be over 35 degrees C.)

Official Guild business meetings are held at the Guild Hall

12:15 on the first Saturday in the month (except January).

Picnic In The Park replaces the January meeting.  In 2018 the Picnic date is Sat January 13th.

Fleece and yarn sales, a trading table, equipment hire

and our library are open from 10:30 am - 12:00 noon.  

Tea, coffee & cake or a light lunch are available for a small fee.

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We help maintain skills and techniques that have been passed down for generations

and encourage the development of new techniques

and ideas that make our crafts more relevant to modern lifestyles.

Our crafts know no national boundary and are as ancient as human history.

The threads of spinning and weaving bind us to our ancestors,

but our crafts are as modern as today and continue to develop and change.

Our aim is to promote the growth of spinning, weaving, and associated crafts,

which are a part of the heritage of the world.


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