Pikes Peak Weavers Guild is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation organized in 1959 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. With approximately 70-80 members, PPWG meets regularly between September and May, conducts educational programs for members and the community, and supports projects that promote weaving, spinning, and dyeing in the greater Colorado Springs area.
The purpose of the Guild is to meet and exchange ideas and techniques relative to the arts of hand weaving, spinning, and dyeing; to help encourage and educate all weavers, spinners, and dyers to achieve the highest standard of excellence; and to educate and stimulate public interest in an appreciation of the arts of hand weaving, spinning, and dyeing. Monthly meetings & programs of an educational nature reinforce and strengthen members’ interests in these areas. The Guild usually sponsors an annual workshop featuring well-known fiber artists and educators.
PPWG publishes an on-line membership directory and a monthly newsletter between September and June. Members may borrow books and periodicals from the Guild’s library and rent weaving and spinning equipment from the Guild. Yearly dues are $35.00. Mail for the guild is received at the following address:
PO Box 8104
Colorado Springs, CO 80933-8104