The Fiber Guild of Greater Kansas City

Fiber Guild Library
Library books are available to current Fiber Guild members. For information on how to check out reading materials, contact
List of library items (.pdf)

Fiber Guild Rental Equipment
Rental equipment is available to current Fiber Guild members. For more information, contact
List of rental equipment (.pdf)

Free meeting space is available at Fabric Recycles, if needed. For more information, contact Page Burns at

Scholarship Program
Fiber Guild members can apply for small scholarships to help them advance their skills in fiber arts. Print the application, fill it in, and give it to the guild secretary at a monthly meeting. Then you can go back and read the guidelines and wish you had done that first. Or, read the guidelines, ask questions, print the application, etc. We each have our own style for paperwork. Just give it to the secretary at a meeting and let her deal with it from there!

KC Fiber Guild Member Scholarship Application (.pdf)
KC Fiber Guild Scholarship Program Guidelines (.pdf)

Mentor Program
Would you like someone to teach you a fiber-related technique? Would you like to share your fiber-related knowledge with others? If you need a mentor, or would like to mentor someone in the guild, place a personal ad in the monthly newsletter and mention your interest during Show & Tell at the monthly meeting.

Mentors are available for:

  • Bobbin Lace
  • Crochet (including beginning, intermediate, interpreting old patterns, lace)
  • Dyeing Yarn
  • Historic Clothing
  • Knitting (including beginning, socks, beginning lace knitting, knitting in the round, multiple needles and circulars, knitting socks two at a time toe up and top down)
  • Sewing (including beginning, sewing handwovens, intermediate, fitting, pattern alterations, matching fabric and pattern, interpreting old patterns)
  • Spinning on Drop Spindle
  • Tatting (including beginning, with beads, advanced techniques, old patterns)
  • Weaving


Important links
The Fiber Guild of Greater Kansas City by-laws

Free eBook Spinning Daily presents, "Spinning for Beginners: An Intro to Spinning Fiber"

Creative Hand Show & Sale
Creative Hand on Facebook
KAWS (Kansas Alliance of Weavers & Spinners)
For information on Ravelry - how to join and how to use the site - see All about Ravelry (.pdf) by Terry Kuehn
Weavers Guild of Greater Kansas City
Yarn Barn