Pottawatomi Spinners and Weavers Guild

The Pottawatomi Spinners and Weavers Guild was founded in 1975 by Elinor Bartlett. Current membership includes spinners, weavers, felters, and fibre producers from Tobermory to Hanover, and Lake Huron to Georgian Bay.

Are you:

  • interested in joining the Guild?
  • looking for a home for second hand spinning or weaving equipment?
  • trying to arrange a spinning and/or weaving demonstration for a community event?
  • shopping for handspun or handwoven products?

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We have a successful show and sale each November. Members demonstrate spinning and weaving, and offer their work for sale.

Guild Show and Sale 2017
Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library
824 First Ave. West, Owen Sound

Friday 17 November 1pm-5pm
Saturday 18 November 10am-8pm

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at the New Life Centre, 199 4th Ave. W., Owen Sound, unless otherwise specified.  Guests and new members are welcome.

Upcoming meetings

Tues. 10 October 2017, 7:00 to 10:00 pm.  Program on Spinning Wheels.

Tues. 14 November 2017, 1:00 to 4:00 pm.  Preparation for Show and Sale.

Tues. 12 December 2017, 1:00 to 4:00 pm.  Christmas party, gift exchange, and Winter Challenge.

Learn to Spin:

Harriet Boon offers private spinning and dyeing lessons for all skill levels.  For further information, contact Harriet at hboon@bmts.com or 519-934-3273.



The Pottawatomi Guild was founded in 1975 by Master Weaver, Elinor Bartlett.

The Annual sale at the Owen Sound Public Library where hangs our co-operative mural designed by Ruth Arnsberger.