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Our December guild meeting will be on Saturday December 1st,  1 – 4pm.   We will be sharing projects we are working on and planning the January Rock Day event and having a gift exchange. 

If you wish to participate in the exchange,  bring a wrapped ornament or small object, preferably something that is handmade or fiber related or the reflects the season.  Anyone who brings something, will then be able to pick something out in return.  Please include a tag with your name (put it inside the gift rather than outside) so the recipient will know who the gift is from. 

Also feel free to bring nibbles to share with others… Christmas cookies and such would be great for this meeting.

Bring  a project to work on or share with others.

And bring a friend!   

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The meeting went really well.  The building has lots of parking and a door that goes from the parking lot right to our meeting room.  There was coffee and hot chocolate waiting in the kitchen for us and plenty of space for chairs. 

Sue Baker (Baker isn’t really her last name, it is just what we call her cause… well she loves to bake!) brought some homemade Lemon Verbena bread for everyone.. yum!

We took care of guild business quickly and then had plenty of time for introductions, to compare projects and spinning or knitting techniques.  Patty brought along her drum carder and several people worked with it. 

14 people joined the guild and more will be joining at the December meeting.  At that meeting we will have an ornament/decoration swap.  Anyone that wants to participate can  bring a wrapped item to add to the basket.   Oh and feel free to bring some cookies or other festive goodies.

Upcoming events page will be updated  with this and plans for January and future meetings.

A vendor page will be added for guild members that have business and would like a link to their business on this blog.

Info about joining will also be added…  I’m working on it!  

Thanks to everyone who made the November guild meeting lots of fun….

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