The Ontario Handweavers & Spinners is a vibrant organization that encourages, inspires, enables, and sustains the unique work of handweaving, spinning and related fibre arts. Â
OHS Conference in May 2015
For details and registration got to the Panoply website
Window cards are back!
The popular rectangular window cards that many of our members use to showcase their weaving, felting or dyeing will once again be available! A limited number of cards are to be printed and available for pick-up at this yearâ€™s conference. Following the conference, cards may be available through your OHS regional representative, or at seminars and events. Price for pre-orders will be $10 for a package of 8 cards, payable when you receive the cards (cheque or cash preferred).
For more details please proceed to the Window Cards page
Ontario Handspinning Seminar: Destination Fibre – Around the World of Fibres, is being held at the Delta Toronto East in Scarborough, Ontario. Registration and additional information can be obtained at www.ontariohandspinningseminar.ca.
Lamb’s Down Park Festival features activities such as sheep and lamb demonstrations, sheep
a series of forty portraits by Carl Stewart - 20 handwoven and 20 cross-stitched - based on an iconic family photograph, to celebrate the life of a young brother struck down by a motorist at the age of three - Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, Almonte, Ontario. Vernisage: Saturday,April 25 from 7 - 9 p.m.
Show runs Apr21-June 27, 2015
Haliburton School of the Arts presents Weaving Basic Level II and Weaving â€‘ Sashes, Straps & Bands with Ralph Johnston in Haliburton, Ontario. Questions? See Details page below
Haliburton School of the Arts presents Felted Wearable Art with Diane Lemire in Haliburton, Ontario. Questions? See Details page below
July 4, 2015 Haliburton School of the Arts presents Nuno Felting Workshop with Susan MacDonald in Haliburton, Ontario. Questions? See DETAILS page below