Guild Headquarters, St George's Church, Battery Point, Hobart
We are open most Thursday mornings and 2nd Saturdays between 10am and 1pm except over Christmas School holidays. You will find us in the rooms behind St George's Church at 30 Cromwell St, Battery Point.
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During October 1970 ten ladies met in a private home to encourage one another in their infant spinning and weaving efforts. News spread, numbers increased and in August 1971 Fran Attrill was elected first president of the Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers Guild of Tasmania. A Yarn store was established by Robyn Matheson and still provides cost effective and quality materials to the membership. An Equipment store was established and has a good range of spinning and weaving items for loan. A Library, started by Claire Bamford, is now the most comprehensive Fibre Library in the state.
Please contact the Guild Secretary for any further information.