Legacy 2004-2012

Hats off to WSSA Life Member Sharon Bramblett, who started this website in 2004. Thanks to her the site is deep and wide.

Warpaint watches as Sharon spins some of his fleece on a rim-weighted drop spindle

Below are links to the old site, and some of WSSA’s history, have fun and click around. You’ll be surprised at what you’ll find!

Past WSSA Newsletters are in the Members-only Files Section of our Yahoo-group’s website.

The Thread Project

Meetings 2010-2011

Meetings 2003-2009

Workshop Archives

Triaxial Weaving

Twined Rag Rugs

Tapestry Weaving with Liza Collins

Nuno Felting — Meg Wilson conducts a nuno felting workshop

Felting on a Ball — Gika Rector conducts a felting workshop

Outreach Archives

2010-2011 Programs, Study Groups and Projects

Older Study Groups

Weaving Study Group

Drop Spindle Study Group

Articles and Program Handouts

WSSA’s Fiber Panel Presentation 2008

Cut Your Warp Time by Half or More by Sandra Doak

Meg Wilson’s Warping Techniques

Paper Weaving Art piece that can be given as a gift by Sandra Doak

Paper Weaving – photos by Sharon Hinderer

Rights of Passage by D. M. Urquidi

An Evening in Acadia with Lisa Charbonnet

Gudrun Polak Biographical Info

Meg’s Woven Ponchos – photos by Meg Wilson

Holiday Parties

2004 Holiday Party Invitation

WSSA 2004 Christmas party Pictures

WSSA 2005 Christmas party Meg’s and Sharon’s photos

Public Events

Contemporary Handweavers of Texas 2009 – Ellie’s Picasa gallery

Kid n Ewe and Lamas Too 2008

Maker Faire

WSSA Spins at Austin Science Fun Day

WSSA’s Austin Bergstrom International Airport Display – photos by Meg


Other Fiber Guild Newsletters

CHT Request for News

Here is a little more on Sharon and her llamas

Mesquite Bean Llamas and cardweaving

Mesquite Bean Llamas