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About meThe Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin (WSSA) meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month. (No meeting in August.) A voluntary "show and tell" by members of selected current projects is followed by a brief discussion of new and old business, then a program is presented by a member or guest speaker. On the fourth Thursday, members gather to weave, spin, knit, or work on other fiber-related projects. It is a perfect venue for beginners to gather tips and techniques from more
experienced fiber artists.



Real nameThe Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin

LocationAustin, TX

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Member sinceJul 23, 2007

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