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Weavers and Spinners Guilds - Australia/New Zealand

Handweavers and Spinners Guild of Victoria Inc.
The Guild has over 500 members in affiliated groups throughout Australia and the world. They sponsor a wide variety of classes, newsletters, and events , including the 5th World Congress on Coloured Sheep.

Creative Fibre
The New Zealand Spinning, Weaving and Woolcrafts Society is for all fibre crafts, bringing together weavers, spinners, knitters, dyers, felters and other free form fibre artists.

Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers Guild of Tasmania
The guild’s aim is to bring together women and men who practice the arts of handweaving and spinning for the advancement of the craft, participating in the International Highland Spin-In and Wool Challenge.

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