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Guilds of Texas

Guilds bring together artisans and makers who share a passion for creating, sharing knowledge, and inspiring others in the time honored traditions of weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, felting, rug hooking and other fiber based handcrafts. Membership is open to all interested, regardless of skill level or ability. If you are interested in learning more about weaving or other fiber arts, contact your local guild to learn more about their programs.


Meets on the last Thursday of the month, August to May, with play days and demonstrations throughout the year.


Meets on the first Saturday of each month, September to May, at 10:00 am. Please check the website for meeting details. 

For more information, contact:


Sun City Weavers and Spinners

Meets at 100 Texas Drive, Sun City, Texas. Please email Nancy if you want to visit the guild as the meeting times vary.

Contact: Nancy DeVries

Warped Maidens

Meets every other week in Georgetown. Contact Sally for information on upcoming meeting times and locations.

Contact: Sally Gelbaugh


1425 Blalock, #202, Houston, TX 77055

Meets August to November and January to May on the third Saturday of the month at 10:00am at Guild House, 1425 Blalock #202, Houston, TX 77055. Check the website for changes in the schedule. In addition, various study groups also have meetings.

CHH Study Groups:

For more information, contact:

Hinke Schroen of the Dallas Handweavers and Spinners Guild demonstrating weaving.
Check out a story about the Fort Worth Weavers Guild
Houston’s “Teach the Teachers Class”

Learning how to teach on a Cricket, Schacht’s rigid heddle loom

Left to right: Julie Karlsson, D’Anne Craft, Charlene Kolb, Liz Gipson, DeeDee Woodbury, Rose Graham
The twenty minute warp
Dallas Handweavers and Spinners Guild Annual Holiday Exchange
Dallas Members show off items from the exchange.