We are back with in-person meeting, but our meeting days have changed to Thursdays/Saturdays. Check the Programs  and Study Groups pages for details.

Our next meeting is our annual pot-luck on may 25th at 7pm.

Beginning Weaving is a twice-monthly group focused on helping new weavers learn more about the craft.  Any kind of looms are up for discussion, from rigid heddle to table and floor looms, and even simple frame looms that can be made at home.  More experienced members attend to help with advice and suggestions.  Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at 1pm, at the Cafe in Books-A-Million on Newberry Road. Contact Grayson for more information.

In January of 1976, a small group of textile enthusiasts created the Gainesville Handweavers’ Guild. The purpose of the Guild was to further the art and appreciation for handweaving and related fiber arts. Since then, the Guild has gone on to expand its membership and continues to aid and encourage members to develop through learning experiences, exhibits, and fellowship. The Guild functions to inform and educate the Gainesville area community concerning the fiber arts.

Each of our meetings focuses on a different aspect of fiber arts, and are led by invited expert guests or experienced fiber artists from within our ranks. The Guild welcomes all new members, and we are happy to demonstrate and teach our skills. Visitors are always welcome.

Monthly Meetings

We meet once a month, either Wednesday evening  or Saturday morning.   Meetings are open to all, although we encourage every participant to become a member.

Occasionally, holiday meetings are held in other locations. Please see program page for scheduled program topics.


For more information, please contact guild president   Jill Banning.