Next Board Meeting: The next board meeting will be January 28th at 1 p.m. in the Textile Learning Center. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Next Guild Meeting: December 14th. Reunion holiday potluck!

Past Guild members have been invited to be our guests at this special holiday event.
New members – please join us to celebrate a bit of our history.

Where: Textile Learning Center – 4th Floor, Mill Building – Willamette Heritage Center
When: 10:00am for coffee/tea catch up time with old and new friends. We’ll have an ongoing slide show of photos from the past!
Let’s Eat: 11:00am Brunch – Provided by SFG (beverages, lasagna, dessert). Pleased bring a dish to go with the lasagna to share.

Door Prizes: Gift Certificate to SFG yarn room, Indian silk scarf and SFG apron

Food Share Donations

We are reinstating a tradition from the past – a food and cash donation basket for Marion Polk Food Share. Please support our drive with food or cash!

January 11th Guild Meeting. Don’t Miss It!

Join us on January 11th for a very special guild meeting with Julie Smith and Jeanne Schultz as we learn about their unique eco-friendly hand dyeing process.

Explore the creative possibilities of eco-friendly wool dyeing with Julie Smith and Jeanne Schulz! Julie and Jeanne will share with us their hand dyeing process, showcasing a variety of projects from wool upholstered furniture to fabulous renewed vintage clothing — all achieved in a home/garage dyeing studio that’s simple to set up.

Julie and her mom, Jeanne, have been experimenting and collaborating through the years on many woolly, fiber works while running their small Etsy shop. You can see their work here: &

About the Salem Fiberarts Guild

The Salem Fiberarts Guild (SFG) has been in existence since the nineteen forties.  Our members, numbering around 90, meet monthly to learn and share the ways that fiber fits into their lives.  Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in the fiberarts.

Meetings are held at the Willamette Heritage Center (previously Mission Mill Museum). The weaving studio is located on the fourth floor of the 1895 Thomas Kay Woolen Mill. Come early for coffee and social time at 9:30. At 10:00 our meeting will begin, starting with a lively and fun show and tell. Bring your latest fiber creation to share with the group!

Guild memberships offer many benefits.  Shared interests create friendships that inspire fresh projects and teach new techniques. Weaving lessons and loom rentals are available there through the Willamette Heritage Center.