2019 Retreat

Yadkin Valley Fiber Center, Elkin, North Carolina

Please go to https://yadkinvalleyfiberroom.com/tapestry-weavers-south-retreat/ for the most recent information, reservations, and payment for the retreat.

Please see the Summer 2019 newsletter in the Members Only section for details about entering the TWS Exhibit, “Point of View.”

Saturday, August 31

Optional workshop “Weaving with Children” Connie Lippert 1-5 pm.

A separate space will be provided for those who want to bring their own projects and not take the workshop.

The Yadkin Valley Fiber Center will be open 12-5 pm
TWS Meet and Greet 4-5 pm
Wine Tasting at Slightly Askew Winery 5-6pm
Optional dinner at Southern on Main in Elkin, North Carolina

Sunday, September 1

Social and Project time 10-12 noon
Brunch 12-1:30 pm on the porch
Pop Up Boutique 12-5 pm on the porch
TWS Exhibit Opening 3-5 pm
Optional Dinner at the Liberty Restaurant

Monday – Wednesday, September 2 – 4
Optional workshop “Wedge Weaving” Connie Lippert 10-4 pm, includes lunch.

The Retreat cost is $25 per person for the wine tasting and Sunday Brunch and is non-refundable.

Connie’s Wedge Weaving Workshop is full (email Leslie to be put on a wait list), but there are still spaces available for the Weaving with Children workshop.

Registration for both the workshops and the Retreat will be processed through the Yadkin Valley Fiber Center. The deadline is August 15th, 2019.

For more information, check out the website: Yadkin Valley Fiber Center.

For more information about the area and lodging check out the website: Yadkin Valley Wine Country.

Please let us know your plans by August 15th so we are prepared.

Members will have the option to come to the Retreat and Exhibit Opening Saturday and Sunday if they choose not to take Connie’s classes.

Lodging is on your own. There are several hotel/motel options in the Elkin area and a couple of Air B&B homes that are really close to the center. They are very nice and quite reasonable if several members choose to go in together.

There is also lots to do in the area including hiking, biking, kayaking, golfing, antiquing, and of course, several wineries in the area.