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

Fair Island sweater

Artist: Louise Young

Fair Island sweater of hand spun Shetland dyed with natural dyes.  There are 13 colors of yarn in this sweater!

Lace shawl knitted by Louise Young

Lace shawl

Artist: Louise Young

Lace shawl knitted with handspun Shetland wool

Naturally dyed white fleece

Artist: Louise Young

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Join Us!

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

all-day Carol James Sprang Workshop
Carol James Sprang Workshop
Feb 7 – Feb 9 all-day
Carol James Sprang Workshop
Sprang is an ancient twining technique which predates knitting, although museum pieces using sprang are often mislabeled as knitted. The word sprang comes to us from Sweden, but sprang was practiced not only in northern... View Article
10:00 am Rigid Heddle Study Group
Rigid Heddle Study Group
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Not sure if you like weaving? Interested in learning a new portable hobby? Looking for a way to bust through that yarn stash? We have two looms for members to rent (Schacht 15” Cricket &... View Article
10:00 am Weaving Study Group
Weaving Study Group
Feb 12 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
This year we are studying Summer & Winter Weave. All are welcome.

Guild News

Spring into Sprang!!

Sprang is an ancient twining technique which predates knitting. Carol James will be teaching a sprang workshop hosted by the Duluth Fiber Handcrafters Guild this February. Read more →

Felting Study Group

The felting study group met on January 10 to create felted vessels. The vessels incorporated plant matter including lichen, hydrangeas,... Read more →