Our Aims and Objectives
To bring together, for mutual benefit, persons who practice the crafts of spinning, weaving and allied crafts.
To advance the same by discussion, demonstration and exhibition of work.
To assist charities in their activities by providing material and garments on an as needs basis.
We are a group of wonderful people that are passionate about what we do. Our members look forward to each guild day to catch up with one another, watch and learn, have a few laughs while we spin along. It never ceases to amaze me as I wonder around the hall to witness the various ways one can spin.
Up Coming Events
Regular meetings are being held under our Covid-19 Safe Plan. It is important we all adhere to this plan.
If you are unwell or have COVID-19 symptoms please DO NOT attend and seek medical attention.
The first meeting for 2021 is on January 21st from 9:30am to 2:30pm at the Littlehampton Peace Memorial Hall.
There is no Tuesday night spinning in January.
Workshop: "My Papua New Guinea Fibrecraft"
Thursday 18 February 2021 10.00am—12.30pm
Moro Nossar grew up in Papua New Guinea and will share her knowledge and skills by showing and talking about a range of items she has made by weaving natural fibres from her tradition and culture.
Workshop: Knitting Workshop
Thursday 18th March 2021 10.00 am – 12.30 pm
Gaye Becis will lead this workshop again. Most stimulating & helpful for anyone who loves to knit & wants a quality finish for the tricky bits.
Meetings are held at the at the Peace Memorial Hall, Littlehampton.
We meet on the FIRST and THIRD Thursday of the month from 9:30am – 2:30pm.
Join us for some night spinning on the second Tuesday of the month: 7-9:30pm.
Come along and bring your spinning, weaving or other handcraft you are currently working on.
Meetings are not held on catastrophic fire warning days.
Interested in learning how to spin or weave?
Visit our Contact Us page for further details