Our Duluth, Minnesota Guild members

gather together for learning and fellowship in appreciation of the fiber arts. Join us and explore weaving, spinning, dyeing, knitting, basketry, felting, beading and other allied crafts.

from our guild portfolio

27 NEST Blanket

Artist: Louise Young

Handspun fleece from 27 Northern European Short Tail breeds of sheep. Blanket hand woven in Shadow Weave.

Matching Aran Islands Sweaters

Artist: Brittany Kubes

Two cable-knit sweaters, created with worsted weight wool and patience.

27 NEST Sweater

Artist: Louise Young

Handspun fleece from 27 Northern European Short Tail breeds of sheep. Hand knit sweater is based on a 19th century Swedish design


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Members of the Duluth Fiber Guild have access to study groups, special events, a fiber studio filled with resources including a library and rental equipment,  and a fabulous community of new fiber friends.   Learn more about Membership.

Upcoming Events

Apr
27
Thu
7:00 pm Rag Rug Study Group
Rag Rug Study Group
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Spring Rag Rug meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on April 27th at Julie Widen’s home in Two Harbors. Please contact Julie at 834-3931 or jwiden@yahoo.com for the address and directions to this... View Article
Apr
29
Sat
10:00 am Fiber Studio Open Hours @ Fiber Studio, Duluth Depot
Fiber Studio Open Hours @ Fiber Studio, Duluth Depot
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
 
10:00 am Introduction to Flax Workshop @ Ruth Maney Room, Duluth Depot
Introduction to Flax Workshop @ Ruth Maney Room, Duluth Depot
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
The workshop will be lead by Bruce Engebretson from Park Rapids, MN who not only grows flax but weaves it using traditional methods.  Read more here.

Guild News

FLAX!

Flax is a rather inconspicuous, thin stemmed plant that barely seems strong enough to support the gorgeous, sky blue flower... Read more →

Nomadic Felts Class

Several Duluth Fiber and Handcrafters Guild Members participated in the March 2017 class taught by Mary Reichert.  How many of... Read more →