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Coquitlam Weavers Guild

Coquitlam Weavers Guild

Where:

Place Des Arts
1120 Brunett Avenue
Coquitlam, BC
V3K 1G2

Map

When:
2nd Thursday of each month, Sept. to June

7:00 p.m.

Guild Contact:
Irene Weisner

Email: ireneweisner at shaw.ca

 

Monthly programs. Weaving magazines and books available in our library. Weaving and spinning equipment is available to rent. Show and Tell. New members and visitors are welcome. Dues are $20.00 per year.

Weaving, spinning and basketry classes are offered at Place des Arts.

Textile Galleries and Instructors

Textile Artist Galleries

Textile Instructors and Teachers

Weaving Looms EBay Watch

 

Ebay Finds

16x70 Gram Maple Large Beading Japanese Kumihimo Tama - Current price: $57.99

Cherry Wood Floor Loom Marglad Corporation The Norwood 1944-1964 Weaving Folding - Current price: $1,499.00

- Current price: $650.00

Brother 965i brother/knitking VCx knitting machine - Current price: $1,575.00

ARM Swiss Tapestry Loom A81 Weaving Width 300cm Sturdy Beechwood 1981 - Current price: $3,350.00

- Current price: $132.50 - Auction

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