May Meeting

End of Year Virtual Fiber Feast!

May 23, 11:00 am

Although we can't physically be together, that doesn't stop us from meeting virtually and sharing a meal while we have a hands-on demo about weaving with coffee filters (Mary Anne will be teaching us), show and tell, vote for a treasurer to fill out the rest of Ria's term, AND (drumroll) talk about our summer study groups, classes, and weave-along challenge.

Sneak peak at summer 'doings':

Tablet weaving with Angela

Weaving iridescence study group

Picnic-related weave-along and challenge.

Email for the zoom link for the meeting on May 23 or to join in one (or all) of the summer groups.



Coffee filter yarn

Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings include a short business meeting, educational program, and viewing of members' work.

Meetings are held on the 4th Saturday of the month, 9:30 am - noon at White Station Church of Christ, 1106 Colonial Rd, Memphis, TN 38117

Dates and location subject to change: Please check the 2019-2020 schedule

Guild History

The Memphis Guild of Handloom weavers was founded in 1947 but Viola Joyce Quigley and fellow students from the Memphis Academy of Art. Since then, the guild has held art shows, workshops with internationally reknowned instructors, classes for the public, and sales of handwoven goods.

We continue to promote the time-honored craft of handweaving into the 21st century.

Guild Library

The guild keeps an extensive library of over 300 books and videos on a wide variety of weaving topics. Members may check out media from the library.

The guild also owns 10 looms and a colections of smaller equipment and tools.

Library catalog


Enjoy the benefits of guild membership for $40 annual dues.

  • Monthly meetings with educational programs or social gatherings, or extended workshops
  • Participate in the guild booth at the Pink Palace Crafts Fair demonstrating craftsmen's tent.
  • Library of books, media, and equipment